Kody’s life would be greatly affected by the outnumbering gangs growing around the area where he lived. At a young age Kody had a big decision to make concerning whether he wanted to live a life of a gang member or live a life of a civilian. At the age of eleven Kody, also known as Monster Kody, new that he wanted to live the ghetto life of a gang member. Theories of delinquency attempt to provide an explanation and reason as to why the juvenile engages in delinquent acts. This paper attempts to explain the reasons behind Kody Scott’s delinquent behavior and why he decided to live the life of a gangster.
He took her on a trip and now he has to the bank back. Since his mom’s death, Lee has bean alone. All lee wants is someone to be long to. Since he is not getting that he’s been in a lot of trouble with the police “you’ve burned all your bridges” a police officer says to Lee when he brings him home after catching him during a gang initiation. Lee wants to become a member of the Tarantulas because”if you belonged you didn’t need to worry about anything... you always have a place to go, someone to turn to.
What caught the detective’s eye was that the two men appeared to be walking in front of a store and each would stop and look into the window. The men then would meet back up and appear to be having a conversation about what they had observed. This went on for about ten minutes and then the two joined a third man who was later identified as a gentleman with the last name Katz. This suspicious behavior led this seasoned detective to believe the three were probably casing the store and planned to rob it. Based on his experience and knowledge the detective felt he had enough reasonable suspicion to confront the men and determine what their business was in the area.
It wouldn’t happen without a fight. Because the military had the country tightly controlled. Farmer himself was threatened by unknown voices over the phone. When there was an audible clicking sound with each call, he climbed the roof and discovered a crude bugging device and happily kicked it to pieces. He hadn’t played a visible role in the politics of Haiti so he could only assume he was being targeted because he had been seen with Aristide.
When covering a story, newsrooms report and deliver the news in different ways. Not every newsroom takes the same approach or writes a particular piece with the same angle. In this essay, I will specifically analyze how The Boston Herald and The Boston Globe cover and report crime. During the past month, I had the opportunity to shadow reporters in both newsrooms, getting a first-hand look at how a story is pursued. I have been taking note on how both news publications go about reporting particular incidents, and how the same incident in both papers had a completely different feel For the same local stories, sources were different, leads differed and different angles were taken.
ASSIGNMENT 1 – Predictive Policing by Your name CIS 500 Professor: October, 2013 Predictive Policing Introduction During the years, the organization and practice of the police department has changed tremendously. These strategies in the past of many agencies, was to patrol the streets of the city or rely on a phone call to report a crime and then try to prevent it. Since there, information technology (IT) has become a very important part of law enforcement. This paper is going to compare and contrast the application of Information Technology (IT) to optimize police departments’ performance to reduce crime versus random patrols of the streets. One of their main jobs police patrol officers is, to protect people and property.
Making, transporting, and delivering alcohol required manpower. Because each step needed to be carefully coordinated with the next, gangs of criminals formed in highly organized businesses. Their success encouraged competition, and organized crime flourished (Benson, “Organized Crime”). Gang leaders did not want to keep relying on random people to help them with their illegal business so they had set guys to do their work but it also caused for other people to want "in" on there business which caused conflicts between gangs and sometimes resulted in death. As organized crime gangs competed for more business, violent encounters became common.
The destructor I can’t believe this, a stranger enters my gang, well i should say “T´s” gang now and my friends prefer to pay attention to him instead of their leader for a long time. How can this happen, I can’t really understand it. Mike, Summers, all looking and listening to him, as if he was something big. It was amazing, how can someone like to have him as the leader of a gang… I can´t understand it. All the anger came to my mind, I couldn´t keep listening to him anymore, so I walked towards the back of the car park.
I went downstairs and hearing the same words from Blake ‘Eat up we have a big day ahead of us’. I open the newspaper and I see the headline reading ‘NOTORIOUS DRUG DEALER FINALLY CAUGHT’ I snicker and show it to Blake who laughs finishing with an evil grin on his face. We were on our way to do our daily business; this time it was a bank in Sydney’s western suburb of Parramatta. The usual procedure occurred Blake Philip and Vince would rush in and hold up the shop and I’d ponder in after with a sack for all the money whilst Greg and tony were on police watch. This time was different though I could had a nervous feeling and seeing the tear roll down an Asian baby faced in conjunction with the sound of police sirens only contributed to my nervousness.
Being in this organization created some problems for Melvin. One example is when he was at one of the communist meetings. James Farmer jr ended up following him to one of the meetings and was almost caught by the police when the cops raided the place. The only reason why Farmer jr didn't get captured was because Melvin helped him escape. When the cops was convinced that Melvin was the leader of the organization they had cops constantly watch them.