Each of these decision points will be charted in the timeline and relevant pieces of information that influenced the decision will be included for analysis. During the second section of this assignment I will discuss the decision making process used by the Police Commander at various points during the incident with particular focus on; * Identifying the factors that affected the decision-making process and outcomes. I will focus on what the circumstances were, how much information was available and how this information affected the Police Commander before identifying what decision was made. * Explaining how these factors relate to the decision-making theory used by the Police Commander. I will identify the theory used and explain how and why the theory was selected.
It can depend on the investigation being held, the place and the difficulty of being able to solve the case. The investigator mindset is to find out why the crime happen, how it could’ve been prevented, and also investigate all the evidence that was found. These concepts can associate with the optimal mindset of an investigator manifest by how much the investigator knows, how much training the investigators has, and the experience that the investigator already has. The more training and
Departments began to make improvements to the internal investigations of citizen complaints. The limitations of the civilian review boards is that forming a review board is assumed that it will be more effective and reasonable than investigations internally by the police. However, the inadequate amount of research does not back this assumption. Other limitations of civilian review are that it is too far removed from the day-to-day existence of the line officer to understand and respond to the dynamics of illegal behavior, civilian review can take away opportunities for the immediate supervisor to deal creatively with problems, and civilian review tend to discourage the use of internal socialization processes.
In this assignment, you will create and present a law enforcement tactical threat report based on your threat analysis of Anytown, USA using the data obtained from the simulation as well as outside research. For a review of what a tactical threat analysis determines, review the “Law Enforcement Intelligence” guide, pages 83 and 151-153, located at .cops.usdoj.gov/pdf/e09042536.pdf”>http://www.cops.usdoj.gov/pdf/e09042536.pdf To complete this analysis, do the
Identify any assumptions on which your personal perception is based and answer the following questions: How would you describe or define organized crime? How does your perception compare to the definitions presented in the readings? What are the various characteristics you would consider to be associated with organized criminal behavior? Properly cite your references or resources according to APA guidelines. Discussion Questions Describe what you think the type of person comes to mind when you read each of the subjects.
3.During the investigation, assess the most significant red flags which would have been an indication of possible fraud needing corrective action by management. 4.Based on your research, suggest key practices the fraud investigator could have used in conducting interviews with the fraudster and the company’s employees. Assess the various interviews and interrogation questions available to you, and select the type of interview and interrogation questions that would have been most appropriate for this investigation. Provide support for your rationale. 5.Recommend a fraud prevention plan for this organization.
This allows us to reject the null hypothesis that there is no difference of violence & crime will increase or decrease with stricter gun laws. From this data analysis, we can reach the conclusion that gun control can decrease the violence and crime committed with a gun. The values are categories. This test allows us to compare this type of data observation. Five-step hypothesis testing The process of hypothesis testing is done by research psychologists to prove or disprove their hypothesis’
Gibbons and Krohn (1991:313) observed, "For one thing, the recommendation that community services be coordinated by the bureau assumed that there was a wealth of services to be coordinated when, in fact, the lack of such agencies and services had been an impediment to successful juvenile court work." It should not be surprising, therefore, that conflicting expectations, findings, and conclusions would emerge from such a widespread, disjointed, and complicated social experiment. Although many studies show that diversion programs are successful in reducing subsequent deviance, these studies are balanced by studies that find no impact. In certain cases, diversion programs were found to have detrimental properties (Polk, 1995). Research Proponents of diversion, however, cite studies such as one in Colorado that involved comparisons between an experimental group of diverted youth and a control group who received regular handling by the juvenile justice system.
Even when such issues are present, it doesn’t affect the utilization of reported crime statistics for determining the efficiency of guidelines intended to diminish crime. As long as UCR data remains the only source of geographically disaggregated data on crime, recognizing and calculating the probable causes of policy-related measurement errors in UCR data will be a main focus of research (Levitt, 1998). The purpose of this paper is to only give a very brief overview of the NCVS and the UCR and its problems. The problems of both are so complex a much larger
What are the major approaches that criminologists use to explain crime? Explain each of them. Which approach or approaches would be of greatest practical use to the security manager? Since ancient times, criminologists study various theories of crime in order to place measures that may reduce or eliminate specific crime risks. They are trying to use different approaches to explain crime by different category of theory, such as psychology, biology and sociology.