Week 3 Assignment: Using Roles Lane Carey CMGT/430 October 21, 2013 Instructor: Stephen Jones Controlling access to sensitive information is an important part of the risk management strategy for McBride Financial services. Knowing who should have access to sensitive information may seem like a straight-forward decision; but knowing how to control access can be difficult. Access controls help maintain the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information. When protecting information across the organization, separating duties and defining roles will assist the determination of data and system access needs of individuals in the organization. A role-based access control system is the best way to set and maintain the access needs for the organization.
By DST, if less energy is being consumed, the opportunities of mankind having a safer and more presentable environment are much higher. Furthermore, DST not only aids the surroundings but also teaches people to use energy wisely. Individuals will be fully aware of the benefits that come with saving energy. Continuous
Volunteering in Public Services Assignment 1 of 2 Why Volunteering is important (P1) (a) The importance of volunteering this provides extra help for the services; which makes the society a better place as they have more people to work so the police service can tackle crime easier as there are people willing and committed to do so. Also by volunteering you can contribute your own ideas so you can say your views on things. This could help the services, also assisting with fundraising in some public services the Importance of Volunteers in the Public Service Provide expertise, Can save the service time by giving up their own personal for important major tasks. Provide extra help. Contribute new ideas.
CompStat which is short for Computer Comparison Statistics, is used in the Law Enforcement field because “it is an innovative business management process, system, and strategic methodology that assists an organization in achieving its mission and goals.” (Godown, J., 2013.) The CompStat is important to the management principles of Law Enforcement because it is transferrable, compatable, and it is replicable. Law Enforcement agencies use this method as a crime control process which in turns create reoccurring meetings that happens on a regular bases and where an assessment is performed to look for areas that can use improvement. This method is so equipped and versitale that it can also analyze the numbers of crimes and their locations as well as the amount of arrests and suspects that have been apprehended. It also gives you a list of the victims that the crimes happened to, it provides the days and times in which the criminal activities occurred.
I measure the social capital I have in terms of the beneficial friendships I have, and by this definition my social capital is substantial. 2. Do you believe there is a latent trait that makes a person crime prone, or is crime a function of environment and socialization? A person with a latent trait is more apt to get involved in crime. This is because their brain does not translate right from wrong, and when put into an environmental socialization network they are easy to manipulate and will do almost anything to fit in with the people they hang around with.
A professional must become vitally familiar with verbal and nonverbal communication skills effectively to carry out the diverse duties encountered by the criminal justice system throughout America. Communication is a process, which flows from one person to another by either an oral process or written process. The verbal communication requires a person to transmit an idea, send the idea through a medium, receive a message, understand the idea, and provide feedback (Wallace & Roberson, 2009). When transmitting an idea, a person gathers thoughts and expresses them to him or her through verbal communication (Wallace & Roberson, 2009). For example, a fellow officer might not have ironed his uniform.
Critical thinking is crucial to every profession in almost all aspects. Judges have enormous significance in our criminal justice system in order to protect our freedom and make good decisions. For them to fulfill their job expectation with excellence, they must master the skill of critical thinking. Judges need to use ration, logical reasoning, and be extremely analytical as
Current and Future Technologies used in the criminal Justice system AJA 363 Current and Future Technologies used in the criminal Justice system Communication skills are the most important skills that are necessary for law enforcement professionals to succeed in this type of profession. Law enforcement officers must understand this reality and being effective at communicating will make the job easier. If an officer decides to be a lousy communicator the results usually end up being poor interpersonal relationships, citizen’s complaints, and in the worse case, possibly even injury or death in the streets. The Webster’s dictionary defines communication as “an act of transmitting a message, exchange of information, to make known.” (Lt. J, Glennon 2007, policeone.com) Communication for public safety is still far behind commercial users in communications functionality, even though there have be improvements that have achieved much better interoperability between different disciplines and across jurisdictional boundaries, lack of governance, standards, and training continue to be the biggest gaps, but this is not for lack of technology. There are technical solutions out there that are ready to help law enforcement communicate effectively and efficiently.
Bullying at the Workplace 1- A- The problem of interpersonal challenge is of current concern nowadays. We have to communicate with people all the time, and it is important to make relationships in a society in that way to feel comfortable while communicating with people. The concept of interpersonal challenge is connected with such notions as social intelligence and leadership. Social intelligence helps to interact with people and build good relationships in society. As it was defined, social intelligence is “the ability to understand others, expressions and feelings easily, especially with others showing sensibility” (Hiremath & Chandrappa, 2013, p. 1).
CH.09) Practical intelligence is important in the workplace because it enables you to utilize your common sense and experience from past situations to more successfully solve problems, and deal with random work related issues. Emotional intelligence is equally important in the workplace because it is the intelligence that enables