Appendix A presents a breakdown of the number of sworn officers who live in a given city in the first column (Dalton, 2010). The second column is the percentage of those living in each city based on the total number of 246 sworn officers in the Clearwater Police Department. The percentage was calculated by dividing the number of officers who live in a given City (f) by the total number of sworn officers (246). The third column is the round trip mileage from the main station to the center of the city named. The table was created from current information provided by the Clearwater Police Department (Dalton, 2010).
Jonathan Beale Mr. Samuel Lopez Kenosha Sheriff Department Kenosha Sheriff Department is ran by Sheriff David Beth which is currently in his third term as Sheriff. Sheriff Beth started his career with the Sheriff department at the age of 21 and was the last deputy to be hired under the old department and was the youngest to ever be hired at the Sheriff’s Department. He started as a patrol deputy working all three shifts and was selected by his former boss to become the DARE Officer. Under the DARE program he drew thousands of county residents into the program and dropped the drug rate by 85%. Because of his knowledge on how to lead the citizens, and overcome such a major drug problem, the citizens of Kenosha County first elected him to office in November 2002, 2006 and 2010.
Throughout Prohibition, detectives from the ATF’s precursor agency, a section of the Treasury Department, went after cigarette smugglers, moonshiners, and bootleggers. By then, the famous Chicago crime combatant, Eliot Ness, was one of the agents. Later in 1972, ATF was instituted as an isolated Bureau within the Treasury, when Treasury Department Order 221, in effect on July 1, 1972 transferred the duties of the ATF unit of the IRS to the new AFT (ATF, 2011). Davis superintended the transfer, hence becoming the agency’s first director, having led the division as from 1970 (ATF, 2011). During his incumbency, Rex led the TFA into a new era where federal weapons and explosives laws related to violent crime became the chief mission of the bureau.
Clarence Darrow • Born in Ohio; studied one year at Allegheny College, PA; studied law at University of Michigan for one year but leaves before graduating • Moves to Chicago; involved in appeal of the Haymarket martyrs; defense attorney for Industrial Workers of the World and for members of the American Communist Party • Opposes capital punishment D. Robert Crowe • Studied law at Yale University • 1916: elected judge on Circuit Court • 1919: elected chief justice of Cook County Criminal Court • 1920: elected state’s attorney of Cook County • Politically ambitious: desires to become next mayor of Chicago E. The Trial • Darrow prepares the defense by hiring psychiatrists to analyze Leopold and Loeb • Psychiatric report: o Leopold: bullied at school – lonely childhood Governess had sex with him at age 12 Slave-king fantasy Loeb: governess imposes strict discipline at early age; responds by lying to his governess Fantasy of being the perfect criminal • Darrow strategy: o cannot plead the defendants innocent: they have confessed in detail and have shown evidence of the crime to the
‘ Prisoners Reentry into Society By: Kimberly Miller Introduction to Corrections -1 There were 688,394 offenders who were released from both federal and state institutions in 2011 and according to the Bureau of Justice there were approximately 4.8 million offenders that were released to the community supervision at the end of 2011. When offenders are reentering into the community it can become a very complicated transition for the offender, the offender and victim’s families and the community in which they are reentering into. When prisoners leave prison this becomes one of the most effective time period and is often full of disappointments and often can leave the offender as if nothing can go right. Prisoners whom are reentering the community can often feel different emotions such as confusion. Once and offender opens and allows the freeness to sink in and accept it they of often start focusing on their goals and faith that they can succeed without reoffending.
Adm criminal justice: Tuesday nights | Changing the Lives of Prisoners: A New Agenda | Lawrence Thomas Jablecki | | Hunter Swann | 5/17/2011 | Unit 6 | In this article Lawrence Lablecki talks about the different programs the United States prison systems are using in order to more effective and efficiently change the lives of the inmates. There are inmates that want to change, and inmates that do not. However some inmates do not qualify for these extra-curricular prison programs. Today more than two million people are incarcerated in state and federal prisons. Six hundred thousand are released every year and within three to five years, fifty to sixty percent return to prison for new crimes they’ve committed.
Brandon Barker Current Event A long-time friend of the alleged Boston Marathon bomber testified in court today that he gave Dzhokhar Tsarnaev the gun later used in the shooting death of an MIT police officer. Stephen Silva, 21, told the court that he would consider Tsarnaev "one of my best friends." Silva is currently in prison after he was the subject of an undercover federal drug investigation last year and signed a plea deal with the government. While wearing a beige prison jumpsuit, Silva testified that two months before the bombings at the Boston Marathon finish line, he gave Tsarnaev a 9-millimeter handgun that had an "obliterated" serial number. The gun was later used in the fatal shooting of MIT Police Officer Sean Collier, according
They were 1.) send the abuser away for eight hours, 2.) advice and mediation of disputes and 3.) make an arrest. Interviews were conducted during a 6-month follow-up period, with victims and offenders, as well as official records consulted to determine whether or not re-offending had taken place.
The Prison Rules annotated or Prison Rules Compendium should include foremost a portion where Correctional Ethics is emphasized so that the core officers will exude the necessary professional outlook right from the start. 8. The call for an efficient and speedy processing of inmate records for the purpose of granting parole or recommending executive clemency to deserving or qualified inmates, and the release of those whose sentence have been
Security Threat Groups and Gangs in Prison Janet Smith Kaplan University CJ130 Aline Major Security Threat Groups and Gangs in Prison In the United States of America everyone has the right to do as they please. This freedom of doing what you please have some restrictions. The restrictions are to obey and follow the rules and regulations of the law. People who choose not to follow these laws become a threat to the communities and the country safety and well being. People who feel the need for protection, to fit in, be a part of something or have a void in their social lives tend to join organizations or groups.