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For this assignment, you are asked to Review https://www.aca.org/ACA_Prod_IMIS/A

For this assignment, you are asked to Review https://www.aca.org/ACA_Prod_IMIS/ACA_Member/About_Us/Code_of_Ethics/ACA_Member/AboutUs/Code_of_Ethics.aspx?hkey=61577ed2-c0c3-4529-bc01-36a248f79eba for Corrections to reply to the following items: *In at least 40 words or more, define at least five duties of a correctional officer. *List and discuss three ethical dilemmas faced … Continue reading

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The relationship between crime and socioeconomic status has been firmly establis

The relationship between crime and socioeconomic status has been firmly established through research. However, there is much debate regarding how socioeconomic status is defined. Some believe it is solely based on income while others examine other factors that should be … Continue reading

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Please respond to my classmate’s discussion post write as if he/she is your clas

Please respond to my classmate’s discussion post write as if he/she is your classmate. This week we learned that criminological theories set out to explain why some people turn to criminal activity (Burke et al., 2019, p. 159). Finding out … Continue reading

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CASE: City of Houston v. Hill (citizen verbal expression) C. W. 482 U.S. 451 1

CASE: City of Houston v. Hill (citizen verbal expression) C. W. 482 U.S. 451 1. Identify the case from above that is assigned to the student. 2. Follow the lettered instructions below to format the structure of the brief in … Continue reading

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Please give a response to my classmate’s discussion post. Write as if he/she is

Please give a response to my classmate’s discussion post. Write as if he/she is your classmate. What theory do you think best explains violent criminal behavior and why? What theory do you think best explains non- violent criminal behavior and … Continue reading

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To start with you can discuss the purpose of prison. In this regard you have an

To start with you can discuss the purpose of prison. In this regard you have an objective criterion by which you can assess whether it does or not. It can then go on to include the topics highlighted i.e. the … Continue reading

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Title: THE IMPACTS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ON WOMEN I have attached a proposal that

Title: THE IMPACTS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ON WOMEN I have attached a proposal that i wrote regarding the subject matter which was not accepted and unfortunately i failed it . However, next to the proposals are comments raised by my … Continue reading

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With information from the textbook and the web sources, write 4 or more pages on

With information from the textbook and the web sources, write 4 or more pages on the topic –not including the reference page. Include in the research the characteristics of the community policing strategy and contrast to the traditional style that … Continue reading

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Comparative Review content requirements: The paper must provide a detailed consi

Comparative Review content requirements: The paper must provide a detailed consideration of both Goffman’s book On the Run and Moskos’ book Cop in the Hood. Beyond these two texts one other, Loïc Wacquant’s review essay ‘Scrutinizing the Street: Poverty, Morality … Continue reading

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Assignment Objectives Discuss ethical challenges associated with homeland securi

Assignment Objectives Discuss ethical challenges associated with homeland security. Evaluate management of technologies being used to facilitate information sharing and intelligence gathering. Assignment Description There is an expression often used by military historians that says, “Know thy enemy.” One reason … Continue reading

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