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 Student’s Name Institution’s Name 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,...

The relation between the European union and Turkey with focus on the refugee crisis

Introduction The relation between the European Union and Turkey with a focus on the Refugee crisis. Turkey has been one of the Main entrances for European migrants from the time the Cold War came to an end. Turkey had become the transit country for migrants during the 1990s (İçduygu 7). Most of the migrants opted to relocate to Turkey first before moving to the West. However, Turkey could not document the asylum seekers officially because there was no established method of doing so (İçduygu 8). This, in turn, affected their negotiations with the European Union. There has been a strong relationship between the EU and Turkey. There has been a series of negotiations pertaining to the refugee...

The goals of punishment

The Goals of Punishment Student Name Institutional Affiliation The Goals of Punishment The main aims of punishment as per the Criminal Justice System in the U.S. include deterrence, rehabilitation, retribution, restitution, and incapacitation (Creative Commons, 2015). Deterrence limits the occurrence of crime in future by provoking fear in an individual and the public. Deterrence may be either specific or general. Specific deterrence involves a defendant whereby after the government punishes an individual, the individual refrains from committing the crime to prevent being subjected to similar punishment. General deterrence consists of the public and functions on the basis that the public...

Terrorism

Terrorism Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation ` Terrorism The word terrorism originates from the term ‘terrere’ which is used to signify the creation of fear. During the terror in the U.S, it obtained its modern form ‘terrorism’. The Roman Empire utilized aggression on individuals ranging from full-scale genocide to crucifixion of citizens forcing individuals into capitulation (Taylor, Fritsch, & Liederbach, 2014). Several of the non-state perpetrators utilized terrorism to pressurize their enemies through terror. The aims of a counter-terrorism execution task force on the criminal justice and legal...

Summarize 3 Sermons from Acts

Sermons from Acts Name Institution Sermons from Acts Peter’s Sermon at Solomon’s Portico (Acts 3:11-26) About Jesus This sermon is given by Peter to the people who ran to come and gaze at Peter and John after they made a man who was lame to walk. When Peter saw the people looking at them with amazement, he asked them why they would that as if it was by his own powers that they made the man walk. Peter tells that people of how the god of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob had praised his son Jesus Christ of whom the people had disowned in the presence of Pilate. Peter tells the people that by God’s powers bestowed on his son Jesus Christ, the man was able to work. He tells them that the man...

RNR Model and Recidivism

RNR Model and Recidivism Student’s Name: Institution: The Risk-Need-Responsivity (RNR) model is a mechanism employed by federal supervision system in the US and other nations such as Canada to supervise offenders with the aim of minimizing recidivism and possibly protecting the community from the risks posed by offenders (Sing et al., 2018). The RNR model is applied in risk assessment activities as it can establish the probability of an offender repeating a crime and also in identifying some criminogenic factors, which, if altered, can minimize the possibilities of recidivism (Singh et al., 2018). The National Institute of Justice (2018), defines recidivism as relapsing to criminal...

Pretrial Process

Pretrial Process Name Institution of affiliation Date The pretrial process serves three primary functions, which are; probing with the intent of ascertaining the credibility of the defendant, as well as defining terms under which bale, or bond is granted to the defendant. Pretrial could also determine if the defendant is to be put under custody in case there is reasonable ground to do so. After the arrest, the suspect should be arraigned before court in a period of not more than 24 hours. The suspect is indicted in a court of Law for prosecution. Charges against the accused are read. The defendant is then asked to take a plea of the charges read against them, which determines the way in...

Prison reform

Name: Professor’s Name: Unit: Date: Alternative to incarceration Introduction Globally, incarceration is perceived as the best approach of combating delinquency. It serves as both a punishment and as a form of deterrence. It involves imprisonment accompanied by correctional activities. It denies the offenders their freedom to move and restricts it to the involved facility, as punishment for their crimes and violation of laws. Though the main purpose of this imprisonment is punishment, it serves as a form of deterrence. It aids in warning the offenders against future crime. It also shows potential offenders what to expect if they engage in criminal activities, thus discouraging offenders....

Police and the Institution

Police and the Institution There exists a mutual relationship between the police and the six major social institutions in society. At one point in life, police officers marry, have children, and start a family. Furthermore, each law enforcement officer is brought up in a familial setting. In the quest to balance marriage and career life, police officers may encounter challenges related to marital strife and emotional problems (Palmiotto & Unnithan, 2011). In the long run, this affects their productivity, development, and motivation. Police officers have the right to associate themselves with any religious affiliation. Law enforcement officers should not be criticized or mocked because of their...