Part II: Identify and research a major crime (it can be any major crime in any c

Part II: Identify and research a major crime (it can be any major crime in any country). Construct a 750-1,000-word report that you, as a crime analyst, would present in court (Note: this is not an “essay”). Construct your report by explaining how you would use the crime scene procedures you learned in Part I… Continue reading Part II: Identify and research a major crime (it can be any major crime in any c

Learning Goal: I’m working on a business law discussion question and need suppor

Learning Goal: I’m working on a business law discussion question and need support to help me learn.Review the Bad Frog Brewery v. New York Liquor Authority case. Here’s a link to a related article: Linkhttps://libationlawblog.com/2018/10/16/beer-and-th…Answer the questions below. 1. Do businesses have a constitutionally protected right to free speech in their commercial endeavors? If so,… Continue reading Learning Goal: I’m working on a business law discussion question and need suppor

Learning Goal: I’m working on a business law question and need an explanation to

Learning Goal: I’m working on a business law question and need an explanation to help me learn. analyse the knowledge and skills in leadership and strategic management which are required to support the creation and achievement of organisational vision and strategy assess the contribution that factors other than skills and knowledge in leadership and strategic… Continue reading Learning Goal: I’m working on a business law question and need an explanation to

“Evidence Collection”  Please respond to the following:  As a security administr

“Evidence Collection”  Please respond to the following:  As a security administrator, if you believe that suspicious activity may be taking place, explain at what point you become concerned about the chain of custody for potential evidence. Describe the approach necessary to ensure that all evidence is gathered properly and that the chain of custody has… Continue reading “Evidence
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It is arguable that law enforcement officers live in glass houses. What does thi

It is arguable that law enforcement officers live in glass houses. What does this mean? Please respond to all of the following prompts: Research the Code of Ethics for your local police Department or Sheriff’s Office.                                                 What type of behavioral conduct is acceptable?                                                 What types of behavior is unethical when working in criminal justice or… Continue reading It is arguable that law enforcement officers live in glass houses. What does thi

The problem-solving court is an idealistic place, one in which people believe in

The problem-solving court is an idealistic place, one in which people believe in the good of others and work toward recovery from criminal activity. Can such rehabilitation always work, or are there some criminals whom the problem-solving courts will ultimately fail to reach? Consider these topics as you participate in this week’s discussion. Please respond… Continue reading The problem-solving court is an idealistic place, one in which people believe in

Over a half a century ago, the primary form of retirement security was Social Se

Over a half a century ago, the primary form of retirement security was Social Security, coupled with an employer-provided pension. Today, pensions are offered by only a small fraction of employers, and employees are instead encouraged to save for their retirement in 401-K or similar plans. 1) How has it impacted the duties and responsibilities… Continue reading Over a half a century ago, the primary form of retirement security was
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Research the history of the coroner system and the medical examiner system.When

Research the history of the coroner system and the medical examiner system.When and where were the systems introduced to the United States?What is a brief history of each?Provide a URL for any Web site(s) you used in researching the coroner system and medical examiner system.Then, compare and contrast the coroner system versus the medical examiner… Continue reading Research the history of the coroner system and the medical examiner system.When

Format Problem scenario, students are required to identify the relevant issues,

Format Problem scenario, students are required to identify the relevant issues, state the applicable principles of law, supported by authority, and apply the law to the given facts to arrive at a conclusion.Reading The textbook: Chapter on Contract Formation Lecture Notes: Week 5 Scenario Sue, a first-year law student, puts a poster up in her… Continue reading Format Problem scenario, students are required to identify the relevant issues,