c) I don’t believe my organization complies with all of the requirements because I don’t work so this does not apply. d) No one is responsible in my organization to make sure these compliance laws are met because once again I do not work so this does not apply. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA): a) It is important because it helps everyone out in a time of need and also keeps personal information safe from the public unless authorized. b) It impacts your IT environment because it lets everyone know what is supposed to be private or what how they are protected in a time of need. c) I don’t believe my organization complies with all of the requirements because I don’t work so this does not apply.
However this guy received his information from a source that is not deemed credible in the journalistic area. By doing this This does not mean that someone won't object or try to stop you, even though they don't have the legal authority to do so. Sometimes people, including the police, don't want something publicized, and with this story neither the FBI, the local law enforcement and definitely Mr. Thomas did not want this mess being out there. Even though the charges generally can't be sustained and those authorities risk a false arrest charge, the arrest effectively stops the reporter from covering the event. Thus, in these rare cases, the intended result is achieved and it really did affect the series as Mr. Thomas probably played the worst series in his Hall of Fame 16 year career.
Because criminal profiling so greatly depends on the accuracy of information connected with the crime and the community, profiling should not be viewed as a process that can be properly conducted separate from investigative effort. Also, because additional information may be incoming and previously acquired information may prove to be erroneous, profiling should be considered an ongoing process that does not end until a suspect is arrested and convicted. To date, the general procedure has been to send in crime scene and autopsy information and limited details concerning the crime and the victim to a profiler who then sends back a report. The process pretty much stops at this point. It is never explained how the profile impacted the course of the investigation.
Instead of staying in a darkened room, the commanders should be training their officers on how to combat this action and help actual reduce the crimes not cover them up. They need to make sure that officers know the importance of CompStat and how it benefits their department. CompStat can be a great tool, but it must be implemented and used correctly and information cannot be falsified to give data that is wanted. If the information is correct than it can help us ensure that our police department are working to actually reduce crime not just to make their department look good. This information can be used for many different reasons and if individuals knew that police departments were doing everything in their power to actually reduce crimes some areas would not be so scary to live in or
In addition to these investigations it is important for law enforcement officers to report inappropriate conduct they witness to their supervisor as well. This, however, may be the most difficult principle to follow. What I find interesting is that few police officers actually cause a majority of the complaints (Justice,
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 the vigilantism cases, although we could all relate to the frustration involved for the actors, we all agree that one must stay within the bounds of the law to seek out justice. The next discussion involved civil disobedience and we found that we agreed that civil disobedience has been helpful historically to help change the laws and improve our society. However, the general consensus on civil disobedience was also that the acts of disobedience must be done in a peaceful manner for the acts to be effective. The final acts of crimes among professionals had another anonymous decision. Our team found that we did not agree with those professionals who chose to commit crimes.
Appellate courts help decide how police officers do their jobs. Courts oversee the operations of the criminal justice. Courts get involved once a particular matter comes to the attention of an appellate court, and only then if the decision is publicized. Lower courts don’t always publish their decisions, so this limits the oversight function. (Siegel, Schmalleger, & Worrall,
This is our version of aggressive patrolling. They can file a complaint with the department if they want to, but it won’t go anywhere. Reasonable suspicion is only going to matter if you find some drugs on a kid. If that happens, we’ll figure out then if we can explain a more specific justification.” Discuss the sergeant’s instructions as they pertain to Terry v. Ohio The sergeant has used aggressive patrol as the reasoning behind his orders. Although aggressive patrol is designed to maximize the number of police interventions and observations
The Fourth Amendment allows the people certain protections, which allows a people to “be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.” (Find Law. Fourth Amendment) So before an officer can search you, or your home they must have probable cause and have a warrant in hand or risk any evidence being collected useless during trial. The Fifth Amendment allows helps protect the person being arrested by allowing them to remain silent, in return protecting them from incriminating themselves. When being arrested, by law the officer reads the person their Miranda Rights, which includes remaining silent, contacting or providing a lawyer, and also protecting from being tried twice for the same crime which comes under the protection of Due Process. The Sixth Amendment allows the right to a speedy and public trial allowing them to stand trial in the district they committed the crime and allowing confrontation from witnesses and those who could help assist the defense.