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Describe how gis offered new and different information compared with the other criminological research articles reviewed from previous chapter exercises.

Write down at least five different research questions that crime mapping can answer. Then, find an article that used crime mapping. Describe how GIS offered new and different information compared with the other criminological research articles reviewed from previous chapter exercises.

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Your paper should not contain direct quotes, sourced material must be paraphrased.

This assignment will be submitted to Turnitin™.
Instructions
Answer the following questions in detail:
Describe a scenario in which a crime scene investigator may have a conflict of interest in recovering evidence from a scene. Discuss options for the investigator in handling the conflict of interest (besides removing themselves from the scene).
Identify a crime news story and discuss ways in which the news media coverage impacted the public perception of the crime. Also discuss whether the media coverage had a positive impact on the case, or if the coverage had a negative impact on the case and how and why?
Discuss potential impacts of social media coverage of a crime scene and the consequences of such on the action of crime scene investigators.
Format Requirements
Paper must be double spaced, 11 or 12 pt font and 1” margins all around.
All APA 7th edition format requirements must be followed (cover page, in text citations, reference page). Refer to APA/UMGC – learning resources found in the content page of this course.
You must have resources to support your thoughts/opinions/information. These must be cited both in text as well as at the end of the document. Your paper should not contain direct quotes, sourced material must be paraphrased.

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For this first short week #1, one page is sufficient.

view the following short TED talk (9 minutes) on leadership and respond with your general thoughts on the three questions / areas that are identified at the end of this video. For this first short week #1, one page is sufficient.

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Review the instructions.

Review the notes attached. Review the instructions. Review the scenario facts. complete the assignment.

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Week 3 discussion

Week 3 Discussion
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As you read in Chapter 3 of the Etext, in order to prove a person committed a crime, a prosecutor must prove mens rea, actus reus, concurrence and proximate cause. As you can imagine, unless a person confesses it is very difficult to prove mens rea. Absent a confession, attorneys look for clues to prove mens rea. These clues are usually referred to as circumstantial evidence. You look at the person’s conduct to infer what was the intent. In addition, as stated in chapter 3, all of the elements must be present for someone to be convicted of a crime. If any of the elements are missing, then a crime has not been committed, unless the conduct constitutes a strict liability crime.
In the following scenarios, what factors would you use to support that the person had the intent to commit the crime? What was the criminal act? What was the proximate cause to the harm/injury? I want you to focus on identifying the different elements and the facts that support the element.
1) Sally lost her temper while at a restaurant because she believed she was billed incorrectly. While arguing with the waiter, she slams her chair into the table and is waving her hand in the waiter’s face. Micheal and his 2 year old son are trying to get by Sally because Michael’s son has to go to the bathroom. They bump into Sally which causes Sally to slap the waiter. The applicable assault statute: A person commits assault if they intentionally hit another person. Did Sally commit assault? Defend your answer.
2) Mary was meeting Carla at the mall. Mary decides to go to the Apple Store to browse because she is thinking of getting an Ipad. She has an iPad in her hand when Carla enters the store, sees Mary, puts her arm around her and pushes her out the store because they are going to be late for the movie. Mary still had the ipad in hand. The applicable statute reads: A person committed theft if they had the intent to take another person’s property without permission. Did Mary steal the Ipad? Defend your answer.
3) Beth was on her way home on the train. She was sitting next to a woman who was sleeping. The woman’s purse was partially open and an amount of cash was visible on top of the purse. When Beth reaches her stop, she takes the money as she gets up from the seat and places the money in her pocket. She exits the train and goes home. The applicable robbery statute reads: A person committed robbery if they intentionally take another person’s property from the person by force or displaying a weapon. Did Beth commit robbery? Defend your answer.

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Write down these five things and at least three challenges you believe you may encounter during this training on data-informed policing.

imagine you are responsible for training police officers regarding the use of data for intelligence-led policing. In this training, you need to communicate at least five ways using data for intelligence-led policing could potentially lead to better or improved policing. Write down these five things and at least three challenges you believe you may encounter during this training on data-informed policing.

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Criminal procedure 1229_jus2201_ol

The Bill of Rights offers people protection against government intrusions, identify which Amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects us against searches. What are the key points?
The Fourth Amendment balances government power to control crime and individual rights of liberty and privacy. To achieve this balance, the Fourth Amendment bans only “unreasonable” searches and seizures made by government officials, not actions of private individuals. Do you think private citizens should be allowed to legally collect evidence against someone and turn that evidence over to police?
CRIMINAL PROCEDURE 1229_JUS2201_OL

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Reaction paper must be in full apa style and format and be no less than 800 words (excluding the separate cover, abstract, and reference pages).

Reaction Paper must be in full APA style and format and be no less than 800 words (excluding the separate cover, abstract, and reference pages). The paper must include a cover/title page, a separate abstract page with keywords, in-text citations, properly placed page numbers, running heads, and a separate reference page identifying all sources. The abstract paragraph must be no less than 75 words. Your Reaction Paper must address at least one full chapter assigned below.
Reference:
Nance, M. W. (2014). Terrorist Recognition Handbook: A Practitioner’s Manual for Predicting and Identifying Terrorist Activities (Third). CRC Press.

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16-25-0020(a) for domestic violence 2nd

write a paragraph to include the definition of the charge(s) below, fines and penalties for the charge(s). Also, include what you learned from researching the charge(s) and tell us why it is a privilege for a person to participate in PTI (pre trial intervention)
SC code:
16-25-0020(A) for Domestic Violence 2nd

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Also, look at project three case resources for the information.

Hello, please see the Module Four Assignment Guidelines Rubric for instructions. Please use George Zimmerman for the paper. Also, look at Project Three Case Resources for the information. You will use Module Four Assignment Template to input the information. Thank you.