Policing

Compare and contrast the basic tenets of both traditional and community-based styles of policing. How is traditional policing different from community-based styles of policing? In both forms of policing, the officers receive calls and offer their responses. The traditional system was characterized by reactive bureaucracy and stringent management while the community-based style encompasses dynamism, transparency, and integration with the community (Cox, Marchionna & Fitch, 2015). The traditional system also received calls, offered responses, and closed the cases. The community-based style, on the other hand, placed never closed cases but rather compared them to other occurring cases to form a...

Trends in Data Driven Law Enforcement

Trends in Data-Driven Law Enforcement Law enforcement continues to undergo evolution each wake. Technological advancements demand that policing is always up to the current societal standards. New technological gadgets are always expensive when they get introduced to the market. Law enforcement agencies have to spend considerable sums each time there is a new gadget in the market (Cox, Marchionna & Fitch, 2015). Given the nature of the technological world, law enforcement has become an expensive affair; this is made worse by the shrinking budget that police agencies have to work with. In light of the expenses and the dynamics involved in law enforcement, policing has taken a data-driven...

Ethics and Integrity in Law Enforcement

Ethics and Integrity in Law Enforcement Name Institution Ethics and Integrity in Law Enforcement The code of ethics for the police refers to the guidelines that officers use to serve the citizens without discrimination, segregation, or seclusion. The evolution of the police code of conduct in the United States includes the changes from the traditional service that disregarded the rights of suspects. The levels of police discrimination, brutality, corruption, and other ethical violations continue to decline due to the practices and policies that seek to train officers on ethical requirements. The present law enforcement profession is built on the levels of ethics and morals. Understanding...

Discuss the evolution of the treatment experience by minority group members and women i law enforcement fair and Impartial?

Law Enforcement Student’s Name Institution Law Enforcement The evolution of the treatment which is experienced by the minority groups can be explained by looking at the strategic choices made by the law enforcement officers. These are the people who develop the law enforcement ideology under which law enforcement is seen as socially empowered forces and attitude including the history of racism and gender discrimination (Dempsey, & Forst, 2013). The views of the people are also shaped by how enforcement institutions deal with the women and minority groups and how those dealings have affected the law enforcement officers during different eras. It is believed that improvement has occurred...

Access to a lawyer in the EU

Access to a Lawyer in the EU Name Institution Abstract One of the most famous human rights policies in the EU is the Directive 2013/48/EU, and this was the directive that was passed across by the European Parliament and the European Council. This directive was passed in the year 2013 and mainly talks of the right of the persons accused, the main right for the accused is the allowance to access the lawyer in spite of the condition that they are in. Despite the crimes that they have committed, the accused person or the custodians have to be given their rights just like the other members of the public. This directive also applies to all the other arrest warrants that take place in Europe....