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 need for prison reform to better meet its purpose (or perhaps even change its aims for the benefit of society), the need for mental health support and social care reform, a look at crime amongst children and whether incarceration is the best means to address this and drug reform, seeing that substance misuse is such a big problem for those who enter into prison as well as for those within prison itself. I would like the paper to emphasise on the negative effects of prison and how I believe that it does more harm than good.
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 Supervisor which must be followed in the dissertation write up .
A full dessertation structure has been attached for you to strictly adhere to, please ask questions if unsure of anything .
Word count must be 8250 words and which does not include references
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 is still active in some communities. The community policing concept is widely used today and there is considerable information regarding its premise.
Suggest some historical information and the people given the most credit for the development of community policing. Historical comments regarding the traditional style of policing would be needed in comparing and contrasting the two styles. Consider information on CompStat crime analysis, foot patrolling, citizen’s police academies, and other programs mentioned in the chapter of study that would expand the essay.
One of the sources must be Management and Supervision in Law Enforcement (ISBN 978-1-285-44792-6)
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 and the Pitfalls of Urban Ethnography’ has been provided for guidance and context. Outside these three compulsory texts, references to five (5) other OUTSIDE scholarly books, journal articles, etc. are required. Elements of the essay should include the following:
1. Introduction: explaining the topic and over-viewing the structure of the paper
2. Definitions of key terms, themes and/or comparative issues: explain key theoretical terms; outline relevant issues and key themes; identify a basis for comparison
3. Assessment of facts, analysis and data: assess the veracity of the works; identify authors’ standpoints for their analysis and compare them; assess and compare presentation of data
4. Analysis and conclusion: the paper should analyse and explain your topic, be logically coherent and structured, and lead to a conclusion.
Objective: Write an academically informed analysis of the use and analytic value of ethnography in the study of policing and urban crime control by comparing two observational studies.
Basically a comparative review of both books, I will attach many different files that will aid in this. Document titled “1234” gives an outline of what needs to be covered, powerpoints provide some context on ethnography and other terminology that may be useful
Discuss ethical challenges associated with homeland security.
Evaluate management of technologies being used to facilitate information sharing and intelligence gathering.
There is an expression often used by military historians that says, “Know thy enemy.” One reason to adhere to such an adage is that knowing your enemy’s philosophy, capabilities, habits, fears, strengths, and more allows one to better design appropriate defenses and preventative measures. This tenet is not always well-considered or remembered, however.
For this unit, you will think like an adversary of the United States. At the same time, you will consider and describe (or perhaps “invent”) technological concepts and constructs similar to those employed by the U.S. to include communication networks, fusion centers, a viable information sharing environment, and other technologies possibly used in creative ways. (An example is using a cell phone as a remote detonating device for an improvised explosive device (IED).) You may also describe technologies not known in current use, but these choices must have some citable basis in reality. Make such descriptions persuasive if you elect to use these.
Address the following in 5 pages:
Describe your selected entity—is it a cell, a terrorist network, a nation-state sponsoring terrorists, a conventional nation that opposes the U.S., or some other form?
Your selection and description may be hypothetical, based on real-world organizations or governments, or a combination of both. You are not limited to terrorist organizations or networks.
What are at least 5 main technological types and/or tools used by your selected entity with regard to information sharing and intelligence gathering? Explain.
Describe the adversary’s version of the following:
Information sharing environment (ISE)
Assuming your adversary is unconcerned with ethics, describe at least 3 of the unethical or immoral ways this enemy uses technology to attempt to attack or defeat the United States or its allies.
What are 3 unethical ways this entity or its sponsor employs the technologies against their nation’s own population? Explain in detail.
For all of these unethical acts, include details about the motives behind precise uses.
Lastly, having considered in detail the ethical violations involved in studying your enemy’s leveraging of technology, contemplate and discuss under what circumstances or justifiable cases the U.S. might employ similar methods.
Remember to defend your answers with evidence or critically derived arguments.
Note: You do not need to necessarily agree with the identified or invented unethical practices; describe them as potential motives, uses, or justifications as objectively as you can, avoiding inserting your opinion or emotion into your answer.
Be sure to reference all sources using APA style.
Term Paper: The paper will be a research paper in which you will select a current criminal justice practice, determine an applicable criminological theory that applies to it, and evaluate its effectiveness. Sections of the research paper will be due throughout the semester for timely feedback. Specifically, selection of a practice, literature review of practice, literature review of applicable theories, and a preliminary discussion. This research paper will be approximately ten (10) pages. Cite at least five scholarly articles found in Criminal Justice databases while researching your term paper.
The term paper should follow the below format:
1. Introduction – Introduce the topic
2. Literature Review – Present relevant literature
3. Discussion – Must be factually based on your literature review
4. Conclusion – What you have concluded based on the facts you have reviewed.
Imagine you worked for a correctional facility and have been tasked with creating a handbook with detailed strategies for managing special issues involved with sex offenders in a jail, prison, or inpatient treatment setting
Create a 825 word hand book that details strategies for dealing with 7 of the issues listed below as they pertain to the management of sex offenders in your chosen setting
Prevent sexual assault
Undiagnosed sex offenders
Placing victims in separate housing
Inmates who become sex offenders after being incarcerated
Psychotherapeutic treatment options
Include a minimum of 3 sources
Format any citations in your handbook consistent with APA GUIDELINES.
Your Term Essay will consist of an academic paper explaining a theme of your choice related to the module programme questioning theoretical and empirical approaches seen in the academic literature.
Students are encouraged to do their essays by accessing the resources available in the library’s catalogue (journal articles, books, handbooks, chapters, etcetera).
The Term Essay is a reflective academic paper that should have an introduction, research question(s), literature review, analysis and conclusion.
This paper has a maximum limit of 4,000 words, including the references.
Below you will find a list of broad themes that should kick off your Term Essay.
Security in cyberspace
Migration and the securitization problem in origin and destination countries
Protecting local communities in the post-pandemic world
Who dictates security? Politicians, law enforcement and the military
Security perceptions and threat building in and across nations
Must be typed through Microsoft Word. There is no minimum word count or required amount of references. However references is stated to come from the textbook, Criminalistics: 10th Edition: Author: Richard Saferstein. I can submit pictures of the textbook if needed.
Just as criminological theory is intended to provide explanations for what causes crime and thereby prevent it, victimization theory aims to better understand the factors that create conditions where victimization is present or even common. For example, how can criminal justice professionals explain crime statistics that show one is more likely to be a victim in certain areas or at a greater risk when surrounded by certain types of activity? Knowing these things, what action could a criminal justice professional take? In this Discussion, you reflect on similar questions.
Choose one of the following theories to address. (Your Instructor may choose to assign you and your colleagues to certain theories to ensure a range of topics.)
By Day 3
Post a response to the following:
Which victimization theory best explains the primary reason for victimization in the city, state, or nation in which you live? Why?
How can you apply concepts from this theory to protect yourself from being victimized?
How can law enforcement application of these theories assist with the decrease of violent victimization?