I personally believe that both William Safire and Alan Dershowitz have a good argument. Dershowitz is pointing out the positive aspects of having National ID cards while Safire points out the negative. I agree with both of them. I think that the ID would give us more security and would make me feel safer about what goes on around me everyday. I do also believe that it would be a gateway for law enforcement to be able to exploit people more often and pick on them because of something on their record.
They go to work alive and they want to come back the same way.”(Tim Delaney). This goes to show that police officers need protection so that they can provide the same protection to you. Using the stop and frisk techniques the local police can go into that high crime area and stop and frisk suspicious people, which would reduce the number of guns in that area also reduce the chance that the police officer would be ambushed before he gets to your door. While this could still happen with or without stop and frisk, the chance is more likely without this tactic. I for one feel safer if the police can reduce the crime rate and number of guns in any area, especially high crime
Offering work programs that help prepare young people for management or skilled positions is a good way to take crime off of the streets while showing to the community that the business cares about the welfare of the population. This can help bring in a group of potential profit earners for the company while at the same time reducing crime in the stores and the surrounding neighborhood. The improved reputation could only serve to bring in shoppers who are more prone to visit the larger and cheaper chains such as Walmart. While this will incur immediate liability costs as the plan is enacted, the end result benefiting the shareholders is a cheaply trained future leadership staff, an improved reputation for the company as a whole, and a long term boost in
The implication of proving that DTCs can better rehabilitate offenders than correctional facilities would revolutionize the judicial response to drug related crimes. A change in focus from incarceration to rehabilitation will improve the society and improve the effectiveness and reducing the load of the judicial system.
Lower crime rates is another possible positive outcome. There would be more opportunity available for employment if the bill is passed as there would be a demand within the facilities to manage the increased number of inmates. There would be a decreased cost for tax payers for rehabilitation programs. And finally, the most impactful positive outcome would be the justice brought to the victims of armed robbery. All of these possible outcome would benefit the public
Community Policing. The broken windows theory emphasized the role of police in improving the capacity of communities. The policing efforts goal was to develop partnerships between police and residents in distressed neighborhoods in an effort to prevent crime and promote early detection of minor offenses. Neighborhoods became safer to prevent any other serious crimes from happening. Page 2 II – The Pros and Cons of the Broken Window Theory.
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.
Could be considered the conservative approach to the crime prevention module. Supporters prefer the “assembly line” (Worral p.14) method to expedite alleged criminals through the means of plea bargains to not clog up the courtrooms, which can be tied with quantity over quality. For example, meeting citation quotas or setting up DUI check points, which in essence is for the benefit of public safety; but can also be seeing as a way to increase revenue. One issue at the current moment would be the need for cameras on the uniforms of officers policing the street. The Due Process model would say that it is needed to make sure that officers properly follow procedures while questioning or detaining suspect on the street, in the case that something gets out of hand, a jury can see what actually happened.
Sitz has to do with the police having the right to have checkpoints to catch people drinking and driving. The court reasoned that checkpoints are designed to eliminate immediate hazards posed by intoxicated drivers. This ruling may not seem substantially important to policing at first glance, but I feel keeping the public safe is a top priority for the police. These checkpoints enable the police to temporarily detain people who are, at that moment, a very serious threat to the public. The checkpoints have probably saved thousands of lives and this would not be possible if the police could only check for intoxication after someone has violated the law.
Police departments’ effectiveness depends on its organization. Local police are assigned to areas, also known as beats, with the responsibility of maintaining order, ensuring that the law is upheld, and providing needed assistance to citizens. If communities are going to be safe to live in, then the police department must be well organized. As we continue to experience an increase in crime, police organization becomes more and more important, as it determines the police department’s effectiveness. One of the advantages of patrolling is that it gives potential criminals the fear of being caught in the act and citizens the peace of knowing that they are being protected against crime.