You have learned that the oldest and most reliable type of biometrics is the fingerprint; however, other biometrics are being used alone or in conjunction with fingerprints in in criminal investigations.Respond to the following:Identify and explain 2 other forms of biometrics.How they are helping identify suspects in criminal investigations?What are some of the limitations or challenges of your chosen biometrics related to criminal investigations?
What would you present (if only given 2-3 minutes to speak or 250-300 words to write) as the primary issues concerning the ethical dilemma of illegal immigration, specifically whether the United States government should allow undocumented immigrants (persons in the country illegally) to become U.S. citizens? Review the Opposing Viewpoints and Issues & Controversies databases located under the course materials folder, as well as the website Procon.org and other scholarly resources for topic help. Cite information from these sources in your response.
Create an ADR clause may be used in any Learning Team throughout the programThe clause should include at least one type of ADR to be used in Learning Teams to resolve disputes.The clause will identifies possible learning team disputes that are subject to ADR and should include all provisions necessary to enable ADR to occur.Word count – A minimum word count of 500 words
Design a poster to illustrate, investigate, and critically analyse the state of knowledge in a legally related topic of your choice.The poster should be submitted to Minerva as a pdf file. You should make use of the explicit guidance provided in the week 4 study materials, and in the week 5 workshop materials.
Respond to listed statements in at least 300 words each statement . Do you agree or disagree with the statement.Statement 1: Intelligence-led policing focuses on applying research to target crimes and efficiently prevent and combat criminal activity.Statement 2: The gap in understanding the findings in academic, peer-reviewed criminal justice research and practitioner policy development could be caused by lapses in communication between researchers and practitioners.
Write a brief narrative (at least two-three paragraphs) explaining a topic idea for your research proposal. As you read this week’s reading assignment, you will see that most research begins with a problem or issue. What problem could your topic address? You may provide some detail as to why this topic is of interest to you, or why it would be of interest to the average member of a community, a voter, or a legislator.You can format your posting as follows:· Statement of the problem: What specific problem will your research address or solve· Background of the problem: Identifies the wider issues underlying the research problem and question.· Purpose of the study: How will this study add to knowledge about the general problem? Who could benefit from the research?Significance of the study: Why is this study is important to the field of public administration scholarship? What will you offer the stakeholders in this study?My topic ideal for research proposal is the “Police Use of Deadly Force”
Although biometrics are commonly used in the public (law enforcement) sector, the use of biometrics in the private sector is becoming more common. As a result, the policies, procedures, and laws regulating their use are evolving.Describe one way that biometrics is currently being used in the private sector.Describe some of the best practices that should be in place to ensure that the biometric data is properly collected, used, and stored.Apply the eight Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Privacy Guidelines to your best practices analysis.Support your work with properly cited research and examples of the selected biometrics applied in the public and private sector.3-5 Pages Report
CCJ 410 Courts in TV, Movies and Literature: Second ExamInstructions: Please respond to one (1) of the following questions. Your response cannotexceed 1500 words (excluding in-text citations and bibliography). You are expected to referencethe Textbook, scholarly journals, and cases to support the arguments you are making for thequestion you select. Although the primary focus for the exam questions is on the material inWeek 7-Week 10, you may use scholarly resources that were available in the SuggestedReadings and the Textbook from Week 1-Week 5. Your exam must be submitted tothe Second Exam Drop Box by 11:59 pm on Thursday, March 18.Question Options:1. Daytime courtroom television shows, such as Judge Judy, are sometimes criticized as notpresenting an accurate portrait of what actually occurs in a courtroom setting. To whatdegree is this criticism accurate? And, does the entertainment value of these daytimecourtroom shows trump any deficiencies in educational content?2. We have seen how television, movies, and literary works often present a fictionalized viewof what actually takes place in criminal court proceedings. Do these popular mediavehicles also present a fictionalized view of what takes place in actual civil trials? Sincecivil cases far outnumber criminal cases in the American court system, does anyeducational deficiency in how civil cases are presented on television, in movies, or throughliterature pose a greater problem for achieving justice in the American court system?3. Do portrayals of death penalty situations on television, in movies, or through literaryworks have any significant impact on how ordinary citizens or legislative policy makersview the death penalty? And, is the portrayal of death penalty situations in these popularculture vehicles an accurate picture capital punishment or simply a form of fictionalizedadvocacy for a particular perspective on capital punishment?4. Is it possible to secure a fair jury and a just verdict in either a criminal or a civil case dueto the overwhelming exposure most individuals have to fictionalized presentations of howthe American justice system works on television shows, in the movies, and though popularsystem novels? If so, how would you suggest that jurors be educated with respectto what to realities in an actual courtroom setting?5. Americans are deeply divided on the death penalty, yet most films and books that involvethe death penalty oppose the application of the death penalty. Giving specific examplesfrom media sources (movies, television, or literature), what reasons do these mediavenues provide to support a negative view of the death penalty? Are these reasonsconvincing? From the opposite perspective, what specific media venues offer examples ofsupport for the death penalty? Are the reasons provided by these media sourcesconvincing?Extra Credit Option: You may develop and answer your own question on the Week # 7 – Week #10 material. Your response could secure up to 4 extra points, depending on its quality. Theword limit on this extra credit option is 500 words. You may submit your extra credit responsewith your Answer to the Second Exam or you may send it directly to me at [email protected]:[email protected]
The state crime lab has contracted AB Investigative Services (ABIS) to prepare a forensic plan to ensure that current problems with computer forensic investigations are erased and training is provided.An initial ABIS audit shows that many areas of the lab are not prepared to conduct extensive computer forensic evidence collection. You have been asked to prepare a set of recommendations on how to handle the following areas and related problems:Forensic plan and policy adherence: How will the investigator and the lab ensure proper QA and QC over computer forensic products?Order of volatility: How do we deal with suppliers, distributors, and end-consumers? Do we offer special pricing to different customer sets?Inventory and warehouse management: How do we handle returns?Customer service: How will customers communicate with us?Security and privacy: How do we protect our intellectual property and customer data?Technology: Should we outsource any applications/functions? What new technology applications are required to accommodate e-business?The aforementioned questions are intended to get you started, but consider other challenges within each area that could be addressed.
The two common Fourth Amendment exceptions that are part of this Discussion Board are consent and probable cause. Both aspects should be articulated in your answer.The Fourth Amendment protects people from unreasonable searches and seizures. Taking fingerprints from a person is considered to be a seizure and it must be done with probable cause or consent. With probable cause, police are allowed to take a persons fingerprints and photograph, and record and maintain records of them. Consider how these same standards apply to other aspects of biometric data.Identify one biometric characteristic other than fingerprints (e.g., eye scanning, facial scanning, etc.) and explain how the Fourth Amendment would apply to the collection of that data.Under what circumstances might law enforcement be able to compel the collection of other biometric data?Why would the collection of those biometric data be considered reasonable?