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Law Enforcement Agencies Conflict Perspective
1,188 words... hile on probation, these pedophiles go right back on the Internet, and start their stalking again. Some of these newsgroups that cater to the pedophile, have almost 150 to 200 postings to its bulletin board each month. There is no one to watch and monitor these newsgroups, as this is a costly expense to both the probation office and the law enforcement agencies. According to Saul's ( (1993), when law enforcement agencies obtain an search warrant, they must be careful adhere to the establishe...
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Air Force Base President Bush
893 wordsSeptember 11, 2001 is a day that will not be soon forgotten. The effects of this tragedy reach every aspect of our lives, from the economy, to foreign policy, to travel, and especially airline safety. Anyone who has traveled can tell you the extent of new security in place at airports. Besides checking travelers belongings, there are other proposed precautions, such as using biometrics to identify passengers, placing sky marshals on nearly every flight, creating stronger cockpit doors, arming pi...
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Tele Screen Secret Police
1,044 words... ending well back... being able to remain outside the range of the tele screen" trying to avoid being seen writing in the diary even though "nothing was illegal since there were no longer any laws." Winston thinks about how dangerous it is to allow your thoughts to wander when you are in public or facing the tele screen. Your facial expressions are watched closely and the wrong expression can have dire consequences. For example, looking disbelieving when a victory is announced would be face c...
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Violent Crimes Family Ties
816 wordsPeople Accused Of Violent Crimes Should Not People Accused Of Violent Crimes Should Not Be To Post Bail People accused of violent crimes should not be allowed to post bail and remain out of jail while their trial is pending. There are many reasons to why I strongly agree with this statement. Many factors are unknown to the public without conducting some sort of extensive research. Whether it is simply reading in the paper about pending trials, or as complicated as researching previous trials. Ba...
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People Are Naturally Aggressive People Are Naturally Milgram
369 wordsThe Perils of Obedience This experiment is a test to see if people are naturally aggressive. Milgram does not believe that people are naturally aggressive. Although some people think people are naturally aggressive. Ordinary people can be part of a bad course of actions without having any anger toward then victim. In finding that people are not naturally aggressive. Milgram now alters the experiment to find out why do people act the way they do. He compiled the experiment to answer, why do peopl...
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Searches And Seizures Fourth Amendment
1,166 wordsKatz V. The United States The petitioner Mr. Katz was arrested for illegal gambling, he had been gambling over a public phone. The FBI attached an electronic recorder onto the outside of the public phone booth. The state courts claimed this to be legal because the recording device was on the outside of the phone and the FBI never entered the booth. The Supreme Court Ruled in the favor of Katz. They stated that the Fourth Amendment allowed for the protection of a person and not just a persons pro...
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Child Sexual Abuse Social Problems
1,719 wordsThe definition of a social problem varies greatly depending on whether an objectivist approach or a constructionist approach is taken. This is because sociologists that adopt these unique perspectives will differ in how they view the nature of a social problem. The objectivist definition of a social problem is perhaps more common sense because it suggests that the essence of social problems lies in objective social conditions and that some conditions are problems. [ 1 ] This definition focuses a...
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Bodily Harm Deadly Force
5,727 wordsLAPD SWAT TEAM HISTORY The concept of special weapons and tactic teams originated in the late 1960 s as a response to several sniping incidents against civilians and police forces throughout the U. S. The most notable incident being the Texas Tower Massacre. During this time Los Angeles experienced many problems of its own. Escalated violence toward police and civilians became all too common. Realizing that an effective response to these dangerous situations were virtually non-existent, LAPD off...
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