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Criminal Justice: Emergency Management Briefing Presentation Assignment Content

Criminal Justice: Emergency Management Briefing Presentation
Assignment Content
Communication
with the public is a key element of disaster response. In this
assignment, imagine you are a new member of a public safety team in the
municipal government and youve been tasked with preparing a briefing
presentation to introduce emergency management to the community.
Create a 5-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint presentation introducing community nembers to emergency management Include
information and examples that address the following questions:
* How is emergency management defined?
What are the major theories of emergency management?What is the history of emergency management?
* Why is emergency management important for the community?
Include
speaker notes, a cover slide, an introduction slide that highlights the
presentation’s major points, a conclusion slide that recaps the main
points, and a reference slide. Requirements: 1. APA 7th Edition 2. Minimum of 2-3 References w/in 5 years old 3. Consist of 5 body pages PLUS Title Page & Reference Page 4. Speakers Notes on all slides
4. NO PLAGIARISM

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Respond to the following in a minimum of 175 words: What are the differences bet

Respond to the following in a minimum of 175 words:
What are the differences between legal standards, ethical standards, and best practices? When would you refer to/use each as a support services professional?

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Explain the difference in ending supervision successfully and unsuccessfully. Re

Explain the difference in ending supervision successfully and unsuccessfully. Remember to put things in your own words and cite using APA (in-text and bibliography).
This should be around 150 words.

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This stage is intended to build on the material from Stage 1, and you’re welcom

This stage is intended to build on the material from Stage 1, and you’re welcome to include the same wording. Just be sure to cite any ideas that are not your own and to indicate which learning module your discussion post is from when you reflect on it. You don’t need to include your discussion post on your list of references.( i will attach part 1 which is already completed, but there is some mistakes you need to fix on that)
stage 2
Students will prepare a 3 page (maximum) critical reflection on the selected documentary (double spaced, 12-point font, 1” margins, APA style referencing) that brings together:
Selected documentary
At least one course reading
Additional content from at least one module, such as a YouTube video, a TED Talk or a pre-recorded lecture
Informed, critical reflections on your own discussion post(s). For example, did you take a stance in a discussion post and the documentary convinced you to take a different view? On the other hand, did the documentary solidify your stance?
Can you use material from Stage 1? Yes! In fact, it is anticipated that you will incorporate material from Stage 1 into Stage 2.
(i will provide all the readings and module)

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USE THE TEMPLATE ATTACHED PLEASE FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS/DO NOT PLAGIARIZE OR TA

USE THE TEMPLATE ATTACHED
PLEASE FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS/DO NOT PLAGIARIZE OR TAKE THIS IF IT CANNOT BE COMPLETED IN TWO DAYS/NO BAD GRAMMAR
Week 9 Assignment – Constitutional Amendments and the Criminal Justice Process
OverviewThe U.S. Constitution affords citizens various rights and freedoms. These include freedom of religion, freedom from unreasonable search and seizures, and the right to equal justice. As upholders of the Constitution, police officers swear an oath to uphold people’s Constitutional rights as they perform their duties to prevent, reduce, and address criminal activities.
Of the 27 amendments to the U.S. Constitution, four amendments in particular pertain to the criminal justice process:
The Fourth Amendment prevents unreasonable searches and seizures.
The Fifth Amendment affords people various rights in criminal and civil proceedings. Examples include the right to a grand jury and due process. It also allows people to protect themselves from self-incrimination, and it prohibits double jeopardy
The Sixth Amendment guarantees various rights to criminal defendants, such as the right to a speedy trial, a lawyer, and an impartial jury. It also guarantees defendants the right to know who their accusers are and the nature of the charges and evidence against them.
The Eighth Amendment prohibits the federal government from imposing excessive bail, excessive fines, or cruel and unusual punishments.
In this assignment, you will be asked to:
Explain the meaning and importance of these four amendments.
Illustrate with an example how the amendment applies to a player and a step in the criminal justice process.
Illustrate with an example, from case law or contemporary articles, of how the amendment applies to the particular player and step in the criminal justice process.
InstructionsUse the Constitutional Amendments and Criminal Justice Process Template [DOCX] to:
Provide the text of the Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, and Eighth Amendments, along with your interpretation of them and their importance.Note: The Fourth Amendment is completed for you as an example to guide your work on the remaining three amendments. Likewise, be sure to refer to the work you did in this week’s discussion on the Fifth and Sixth Amendments as you complete this portion of your assignment.
Illustrate with an example how the amendment applies to a player and a step in the criminal justice process (for example, Fourth Amendment—law enforcement—arrest).
Refer to 3Ps of Criminal Justice document (left-hand menu) as you work on this portion of your assignment.
Illustrate with an example, from case law or contemporary articles, how the amendment applies to the particular player and step in the criminal justice process.You may find the CQ Supreme Court Collection database useful as you conduct your research.
This less than two-minute video, called Finding Supreme Court Cases Relating to Specific Amendments, shows you how to search for cases by amendment.
Use three sources to support your writing.
Choose sources that are credible, relevant, and appropriate.Cite each source listed on your source page at least one time within your assignment.
For help with research, writing, and citation, access the library or review library guides.
Consult the Constitutional Amendments Resources List [PDF] for links to help you get started on your research.
You may use your textbook as one of your resources.
Note: Be sure to use the Constitutional Amendments and Criminal Justice Process Template to complete your assignment.
FormattingThis course requires the use of Strayer Writing Standards. For assistance and information, please refer to the Strayer Writing Standards link in the left-hand menu of your course. Check with your professor for any additional instructions. Note the following:
The preferred method is for your Constitutional Amendments and Criminal Justice Process Template to be typed, single-spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides.
Include a cover page containing the assignment title, your name, your professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page is not included in the required page length.
Include a source list page. Citations and references must follow SWS format. The source list page is not included in the required page length.

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The state legislature recognizes the need to focus efforts and resources on crim

The state legislature recognizes the need to focus efforts and resources on criminal justice reform. Acting as a state policy analyst and building on the annotated bibliography and literature review you have completed, propose 2 policy alternatives to address criminal justice reform. Your readings in the course have exposed you to many of the key topics in criminal justice while showing you the importance of research and theories to the development of sound policies. You have seen how the writing in the text and other sources is not mere opinion or unsupported assertions. Rather, the work is built upon existing knowledge and contemporary studies. As you consider how to advise the legislature on how to address criminal justice reform in your state, you must rely on factual information and utilize a theoretical foundation. Criminal behavior results from a variety of factors explained through various theoretical perspectives. One or more theories may draw your attention as instructive about the issues surrounding criminal behavior. Have these theories been supported by research? Assignment Guidelines
You are a policy analyst in the legislative affairs office of your state legislature. The criminal justice committee of the legislature has requested recommendations about how to address criminal justice reform in the state. You must conduct research and assemble 2 possible policy initiatives in your proposal. Use the 7 step process outlined in the MUSE link, CHDS Policy Options Analysis. Include the 7 steps in your proposal.
Define the Problem
Construct Alternative Solutions
Criteria for Judging Success of Proposed Solutions
Projected outcomes for alternative Solutions
Analyze Trade-Offs for Solutions
Choose Best Solutions Explain Recommendations.
Address the following in 5–6 pages:
Prepare a professional policy memo to the criminal justice committee outlining the actions to be taken, funding sources, and implementation challenges that may arise for each alternative.Compare and contrast the two policy recommendations.
In your memo, demonstrate how the 7 step process uses technical fluency to complete the process.
How would you evaluate whether either policy was successful after it was implemented?
How will you utilize your research from the first 3 weeks? Explain.
Be sure to reference all sources using APA style.

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Choose one social theory that is your favorite. The options are Merton Strain Th

Choose one social theory that is your favorite. The options are Merton Strain Theory, Agnew General Strain Theory, Differential Association Theory, Social Learning Theory, Differential Association, Social Bonds Theory or Low-Self Control Theory. Your assignment should be approximately one-page (minimum), typed double spaced Times New Roman 12 font. The assignment must include, who developed the theory, when the theory was developed. Describe the major components of the theory. The premise behind the theory, think of this as what the theory is trying to explain in relation to crime and criminal behavior. This can be understood as why crime or crime does not occur according to the theory you choose. Discuss if there are any limitations to your theory. Why you find this theory the most interesting. How you think this theory can be used to help develop criminal justice policies/procedures or social policies or procedures to help prevent or minimize crime from occurring.

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Valued students, Please read the attached case study: Case Studyallison101versio

Valued students,
Please read the attached case study: Case Studyallison101version.pdf Then, once you have read and thought about it, kindly post your original thoughts as well as commentaries on other’s posts here.
Remember to answer the following in your own answer: If Allison was your client, what kind of treatment would you offer her? Explain why. Discuss the strengths or limitations of each approach and prepare a rationale for your response. Would you provide therapy/treatment for Allison from the following models? • Humanistic therapy? • Cognitive-Behavioral therapy? • Psychodynamic therapy? • Psychopharmacological therapy (i.e. medications?) • Integrative treatment? What contextual variables (such as race, gender, socioeconomic disparity etc), might be impacting Allison’s experience of herself, the world, other people, her well-being, and her anxiety? Use Allison’s self-concept, presenting concerns and symptoms when developing your answers. Your participation in this week’s discussion is worth a maximum of 75 points. Write a post of no less than 250 words to answer the questions above. And, be sure to return to the Discussion Board to comment on other posts.
This forum will close at the end of the day on Saturday, 11/26/22 (at 11:59 p.m.)
I look forward to our class dialogue!
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Benefits of the movie: 12 Angry Men shows a reasonable approximation of what hap

Benefits of the movie:
12 Angry Men shows a reasonable approximation of what happens behind the closed doors of the jury room and the dynamic of jury deliberations, Students will be introduced to the inner working of the American jury system and will be motivated to do their best on research and writing assignments.
Assignment: In this assignment, students will hone their skills as they examine how a playwright (movie) makes deliberate decisions to manipulate the characters and mood through dialogue and stage directions. One important focus is getting students in the habit of reading at home, tying their ability to participate in the daily actions of the play to their homework completion.
Learning Outcomes: Students will be able to:
Explain the principles of “reasonable doubt” and “innocent until proven guilty,”
Explain the strengths and weaknesses of the American jury system,
Describe the different types of persuasion—rational and emotional—as used by different jurors and explain which proves to be most effective, and
Explain how personal prejudices obscure the truth in a jury room.
Evaluate the extent to which a trial by jury ensures equal justice under the law.
Directions: On a separate piece of paper answer the following questions as completely as possible by using complete sentences and paragraphs. Answer question number one before viewing this movie and THEN parts 1-IV after watching this video.
PART I – 25 PTS
Should all criminal trials be decided by a unanimous vote by the jury? Some states (Oregon and Louisiana) only require a supreme majority vote of 10 to 2 to convict somebody. Should the vote have to be unanimous or should somebody be convicted to prison or death by a majority vote of something like 7 to 5?
In your opinion, what is the value of watching the movie 12 Angry Men? Did this movie teach you anything about trial by jury?
The defendant, in this case, was a kid who is approximately your age. Are the men represented in this jury really your peers? Explain and defend your answer.
Would the accused young man, in this case, have been better off if his case was decided by a judge? Why or why not? Make sure that you explain and defend your answer.
PART II – 25 PTS
If you were the person on trial. Which two members of the jury would you want to have eliminated from this jury? Explain and defend your answer.
In your opinion, who would you rank as the two best members of the jury in this case? Why were these people the best members of the jury in your opinion? Explain and defend your answer.
After watching the movie 12 Angry Men has your answer to question number one changed? Why or why not?
What is the task of the jury?
PART III – 25 PTS
In the justice system, what is the meaning and significance of the concept of reasonable doubt?
How does prejudice interfere in the course of justice?
What strengths and weaknesses of the jury system does the play bring to light? What do you think the playwright’s opinion about the system is?
One juror was prejudiced. Another juror wanted to get to a baseball game. Yet another juror was angry at his own son and, at first, wanted to take that anger out on the young defendant. How do the requirements of a unanimous verdict and proof beyond a reasonable doubt relate to the personal concerns that some jurors will bring to the jury room?
PART IV – 25 PTS
After watching this movie, do you agree that verdicts in criminal trials should be unanimous and that jurors should vote for guilt only if they are convinced of the defendant’s guilt beyond a reasonable doubt?
Do you think that the dissenting juror planned all along to try to convince the others? What were his methods of persuasion?
Do you think that the jurors thought that the boy probably had killed his father? Should they have voted to convict if they had that belief?

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Just answer question 1-8 as a case brief.Caption: Just a title and citation to m

Just answer question 1-8 as a case brief.Caption: Just a title and citation to make it easy for you to refer to. 2.Facts: Relevant and important facts to the case. Typically, no more than a paragraph. 3.Procedural History: How did the case get to the point it is at? This can be a simple sentence: ″This case started in Pima County Superior Court where a jury found the defendant guilty. The defendant appealed to the AZ Court of Appeals, which affirmed the Pima County Superior Court ruling. The defendant appealed to the Arizona Supreme Court, which rules on the issue in this opinion.″ 4.Judgment: What was the final ruling? What did this court decide? Did the Court ′affirm,′ ′reverse,′ or ′remand′ the case to another court? 5.Issue: What is the main issue in question in the case? This is the most important part of your brief! For instance: ″The Court must decide whether juveniles charged with crimes have a right to an attorney under the 5th, 6th, and 14th Amendments of the U.S. Constitution.″ 6.Holding: A sentence or two about what the court decided. For instance: ″The Court ruled that the right to counsel established by Gideon v. Wainwright applied to juveniles in criminal proceedings.″ 7.Rationale: This is why the court ruled the way it did. This will likely involve a longer explanation as to how the court came to this conclusion based on the facts of the particular case. 8.Dissent: If a case has a dissent – discuss it here. Why did a judge decide a different way?