Criminal Behavior Theories Identify the strengths and weaknesses of the criminal

Criminal Behavior Theories
Identify the strengths and weaknesses of the criminal behavior theories. Which theory do you think is most applicable to the cause of criminal behavior today and why? Support your answer.
Requirements:
·  2-3 pages double spaced
·  Use at least two reliable sources other than the text (not Wikipedia)
https://content.grantham.edu/academics/01_Instructional_Designers/WrittenAssignmentRubric.htm

Analyze the following fact pattern and explain in detail, referring to class dis

Analyze the following fact pattern and explain in detail, referring to class discussion, research and case law, the likely outcome.
Jerry was a passenger on a train run by Rolling Enterprises. He was traveling from Miami to Cincinnati to see his brother. While on the train, Jerry got into an argument with Harold about which baseball team was better, the Reds or the Marlins. The two men got so loud that Harold was asked by a train attendant to change his seat.
Harold did change his seat and for the next hour consumed roughly 6 gin and tonics provided by another train attendant. After becoming intoxicated, Harold went over to Jerry and punched him square in the face, breaking Jerry’s nose. Jerry was “the bigger man” and refrained from punching Harold back, and Harold was escorted to another train car for the rest of the train ride, which was another 30 minutes.
Upon arriving at the Cincinnati train station, the attendants escorted Harold off of the train and out of the train station to a waiting taxi. The attendants did not let Jerry off of the train until Harold was escorted off of the premises.
Jerry exited the train and went to have a bite to eat at the train station deli. After roughly 25 minutes, while he was finishing his sandwich, Harold came up from behind him and hit him with a baseball bat. Harold had taken a taxi back to the train station after initially leaving, and came back for the sole purpose of attacking Jerry.
While Harold was running from the scene after attacking Jerry, he tripped on a suitcase that was placed in the middle of the walkway and fell onto the train tracks, breaking his leg. As he was lying there with his leg broken, an attendant called for security to help him off of the tracks, but before security arrived, Harold was run over by a train entering the Cincinnati Station.
Discuss the following:
Jerry’s cause of action against Rolling Enterprises.
Harold’s cause of action against Rolling Enterprises.
Note: You do not need to discuss Jerry’s cause of action against Harold. 
IRAC method for paper please

Criminal Behavior Theories Identify the strengths and weaknesses of the criminal

Criminal Behavior Theories
Identify the strengths and weaknesses of the criminal behavior theories. Which theory do you think is most applicable to the cause of criminal behavior today and why? Support your answer.
Requirements:
·  2-3 pages double spaced
·  Use at least two reliable sources other than the text (not Wikipedia)
https://content.grantham.edu/academics/01_Instructional_Designers/WrittenAssignmentRubric.htm

Case Study   Project (first draft and revised draft) Overview For this final pro

Case Study   Project
(first draft and revised draft)
Overview
For this final project you will continue with the social issue that you   selected (language and power; freedom and security; health and wealth)   and you will write an essay where you discuss your perspective. You will use   the ideas and information from the summary-response and the quote log to   write your case study. You will submit a first draft and a revised draft of   this assignment.
Content
Describe a “real life”        instance of your selected social issue in a professional or a personal        setting.
Discuss your perspective        on your selected social issue, including the reasons for your viewpoint.
Discuss how your core        values inform or influence your perspective on your selected social        issue.
Demonstrate that you        are really thinking about your issue—don’t settle for easy answers,        don’t pretend that conflicting evidence doesn’t exist, and don’t feel        that you have to take an either-or position.
Discuss the        complexities of your selected social issue. For example, do not just        conclude that using academic language is always good, or that government        surveillance is always bad, or that wealth automatically leads to        health. Think about the intricacies of these issues and how they play        out in everyday life.
Organization
Include an introductory        paragraph, where you clearly outline a “real-life” instance of your        social issue and you give a thesis statement that indicates your        perspective (see Part 2:        Writing Your Introduction for an example).
Include three        body paragraphs where you include details, examples, and quotes        from at least three of the course readings to help you develop and        support your key points (see Part        3: Writing Your Body Paragraphs. for an example).
Include one        body paragraph where you discuss how your core values inform or        influence your perspective on your selected social issue (see Part        3: Writing Your Body Paragraphs. for an example).
End your essay with        a concluding paragraph where you restate your thesis,        summarize your key points, and leave the reader with the “so        what?” (        see Part        4: Writing Your Conclusion for an example).
Grammar and Mechanics
Your paper should be        written according to the standards for academic writing, with attention        to the following:
punctuation: this includes things such as proper use of commas, colons, and apostrophes.
word-level accuracy: this includes things such as proper capitalization, spelling, word-tense, and usage.
sentence-level accuracy:         this includes things such as proper sentence boundaries, subject-verb agreement, and pronoun-antecedent agreement.
Take time to proofread after you’ve written your essay. Think about the kinds of writing mistakes you tend to make (like using “text-speak” or sentence fragments) and watch out for those. Reading your paper aloud is a good way to catch any mistakes.
Sources and Documentation
You are required to        use three sources for this assignment. Your sources        should be selected from the assigned course readings on your selected        issue (language and power; freedom and security; health and wealth).
Your paper should use        APA-style documentation for in-text citations. You do not need to complete a reference page.
Format and Length
Your paper should include a proper header and title.
Your paper should be typed, double-spaced, and in 12-point font.
Your final product should be a minimum of six paragraphs (about 900-1100 words) in length.        However, the quality of the content of this essay is most important. Be sure to fully answer the prompt.
Sample     Header and Title for Assignment Submissions
Kim Lee (student’s name)
Case Study Project, revised draft (assignment     name)
Education Doesn’t Mean     Empowerment (title)
Due Date and Grade Percentage
The first draft of this project is due by the end of Week 6. The first draft is ungraded, but you will receive valuable feedback from your instructor.
The revised draft is due by the end of Week 8.   The revised draft of this project is worth 30% of your final course grade.
Connection to other Course Assignments
This is the culminating assignment, where you will tie together all of the information and ideas from the course.
All of the reading,        writing, thinking, and discussing that you have done over the past several weeks have led up to this assignment.

Case Study   Project (first draft and revised draft) Overview For this final pro

Case Study   Project
(first draft and revised draft)
Overview
For this final project you will continue with the social issue that you   selected (language and power; freedom and security; health and wealth)   and you will write an essay where you discuss your perspective. You will use   the ideas and information from the summary-response and the quote log to   write your case study. You will submit a first draft and a revised draft of   this assignment.
Content
Describe a “real life”        instance of your selected social issue in a professional or a personal        setting.
Discuss your perspective        on your selected social issue, including the reasons for your viewpoint.
Discuss how your core        values inform or influence your perspective on your selected social        issue.
Demonstrate that you        are really thinking about your issue—don’t settle for easy answers,        don’t pretend that conflicting evidence doesn’t exist, and don’t feel        that you have to take an either-or position.
Discuss the        complexities of your selected social issue. For example, do not just        conclude that using academic language is always good, or that government        surveillance is always bad, or that wealth automatically leads to        health. Think about the intricacies of these issues and how they play        out in everyday life.
Organization
Include an introductory        paragraph, where you clearly outline a “real-life” instance of your        social issue and you give a thesis statement that indicates your        perspective (see Part 2:        Writing Your Introduction for an example).
Include three        body paragraphs where you include details, examples, and quotes        from at least three of the course readings to help you develop and        support your key points (see Part        3: Writing Your Body Paragraphs. for an example).
Include one        body paragraph where you discuss how your core values inform or        influence your perspective on your selected social issue (see Part        3: Writing Your Body Paragraphs. for an example).
End your essay with        a concluding paragraph where you restate your thesis,        summarize your key points, and leave the reader with the “so        what?” (        see Part        4: Writing Your Conclusion for an example).
Grammar and Mechanics
Your paper should be        written according to the standards for academic writing, with attention        to the following:
punctuation: this includes things such as proper use of commas, colons, and apostrophes.
word-level accuracy: this includes things such as proper capitalization, spelling, word-tense, and usage.
sentence-level accuracy:         this includes things such as proper sentence boundaries, subject-verb agreement, and pronoun-antecedent agreement.
Take time to proofread after you’ve written your essay. Think about the kinds of writing mistakes you tend to make (like using “text-speak” or sentence fragments) and watch out for those. Reading your paper aloud is a good way to catch any mistakes.
Sources and Documentation
You are required to        use three sources for this assignment. Your sources        should be selected from the assigned course readings on your selected        issue (language and power; freedom and security; health and wealth).
Your paper should use        APA-style documentation for in-text citations. You do not need to complete a reference page.
Format and Length
Your paper should include a proper header and title.
Your paper should be typed, double-spaced, and in 12-point font.
Your final product should be a minimum of six paragraphs (about 900-1100 words) in length.        However, the quality of the content of this essay is most important. Be sure to fully answer the prompt.
Sample     Header and Title for Assignment Submissions
Kim Lee (student’s name)
Case Study Project, revised draft (assignment     name)
Education Doesn’t Mean     Empowerment (title)
Due Date and Grade Percentage
The first draft of this project is due by the end of Week 6. The first draft is ungraded, but you will receive valuable feedback from your instructor.
The revised draft is due by the end of Week 8.   The revised draft of this project is worth 30% of your final course grade.
Connection to other Course Assignments
This is the culminating assignment, where you will tie together all of the information and ideas from the course.
All of the reading,        writing, thinking, and discussing that you have done over the past several weeks have led up to this assignment.

You have by now read several chapters of Criminal Justice Policy Origins and Eff

You have by now read several chapters of Criminal Justice Policy Origins and Effectiveness and should have a clear understanding of the number of actors within the criminal justice arena that create policy, including those in the corrections, law enforcement, and the courts among others. Each actor shares some goals with the others, but some goals are unique to each actor.
In this discussion, we are going to examine the challenges that exist when multiple actors in the same criminal justice arena are all trying to create policy that necessarily impacts the other actors. First, review the chapter readings in Criminal Justice Policy Origins and Effectiveness from Modules 1 through 5, as well as the Marion video and Obama article from Module 3. Next, in your initial post:
Identify an example of a departmental policy effort to address a public policy issue.
Focus your explanation on the potential difference between perceptions of criminality, the public policy issues related to these perceptions, and the reality of the challenges many political actors face in addressing these issues.
Discuss the overall impact on the public that exists having so many actors involved in the same criminal justice arena—all of whom are trying to create policy to address the same public policy issue.
In responding to your classmates’ posts, suggest practices that might avoid conflicting policies generated by multiple actors in the criminal justice arena all seeking to solve the same problem. Provide citations from the textbook readings as well as your classmates’ posts.
To complete this assignment, review the Discussion Rubric PDF document.

A common thread throughout this course is the intentional analysis of criminal j

A common thread throughout this course is the intentional analysis of criminal justice through a historical lens with the hope of understanding deeply rooted issues within today’s U.S. criminal justice system. In early colonial America, religion and customs borrowed from England were the order of the day and the foundation of the American criminal justice system. How did this particular colonial perception, the understanding of criminal behavior, and the systematic response to it affect underlying regional and cultural ideologies?
For this Discussion you compare characteristics of the system, from the early American Revolutionary Period to today, as well as discuss their impact on the current U.S. criminal justice system.
By Day 3
Post by Day 3, two crimes and their respective punishments during the Revolutionary Period (1718–1797). Explain one social and one political influence these crimes and punishments had on the current U.S. criminal justice system.

You have learned that the oldest and most reliable type of biometrics is the fin

You have learned that the oldest and most reliable type of biometrics is the fingerprint; however, other biometrics are being used alone or in conjunction with fingerprints in in criminal investigations.
Respond to the following:
Identify and explain 2 other forms of biometrics.
How they are helping identify suspects in criminal investigations?
What are some of the limitations or challenges of your chosen biometrics related to criminal investigations?

Instructions No directly quoted material may be used in this project paper. Proj

Instructions
No directly quoted material may be used in this project paper.
Project 2: Legal Challenges Confronting Private Security Operations: Administrative Searches
Scenario:
You accept a position as the Corporate Security Director for ACME Electronics, a company that manufactures different devices for a variety of well-known brands, including cell phones, cameras, camcorders, stereos, computers, tablets, video games, and more.  At any given time, many of these products are fully assembled and stored at the plant awaiting shipment to the vendors.  Also stored at the plant are the expensive components used to manufacture the devices. 
During the first week of your new employment, you learn that significant device and component inventory shortages have occurred over the past year resulting in substantial company losses.  You suspect widespread internal employee theft and have begun considering the various physical, procedural, virtual, and other security control options available to address the theft issue.  One of the security controls you contemplate employing is an administrative search procedure, which is often referred to as a package control program.  From your discussions with colleagues in the security profession, you know that some employers have instituted administrative, non-coercive, care taking search programs that have very effectively mitigated internal theft losses.  You believe that such a program would achieve similar results for ACME Electronics if properly implemented at the ACME facility. 
You meet with corporate attorneys to discuss the feasibility of initiating an ACME Electronics administrative search program because you know these programs are controversial and sometimes result in significant legal issues with considerable potential for civil lawsuits filed against the company and its security operatives.  After a brief introductory discussion with the attorneys, the corporation’s Chief Counsel provides you with a case study dealing with the implementation of a new package control system at Bellevue Hospital Center in New York City and asks that you become completely familiar with the legal issues presented in the court case; the legal positions the plaintiff and the defendant advanced to the court; and the court’s ruling and rationale, including the important features of the search procedure instituted by the hospital.  The Chief Counsel also asks that before any further corporate group discussions take place regarding the implementation of an administrative search program at ACME Electronics, you evaluate how this court decision might impact your facility’s security operations and how the results of this court decision would be used in any administrative search policy proposals you make to the corporate executives.   
Writing Assignment:  After reading and evaluating Judge Edward Weinfeld’s opinion in Chenkin v. BELLEVUE HOSP. CTR., NYC, ETC., 479 F. Supp. 207 (S.D.N.Y. 1979), linked below, consider the case in its entirety, particularly the court’s opinion, and respond to the following:
(1) Write a strong introduction, first stating the purpose of the paper, then providing a succinct recitation of the significant facts in this case.
(2) Describe the issues related to the search program the court needed to resolve.
(3) Explain the positions that Chenkin and Bellevue advanced to the court regarding Chenkin’s claim that the hospital’s package control system was unconstitutional.
(4) Provide details of the court’s ruling and rationale and describe the important features of the Bellevue search procedure cited by the court in rejecting Chenkin’s claims.      
Based on your understanding of the Chenkin v. Bellevue Hospital court case, in addition to the independent research you complete using at least two additional sources, respond to the following in preparation for your follow-up discussions with the Chief Counsel about the implementation of an administrative search program at the ACME Electronics facility:
(5) As a practical matter, evaluate how this court decision might impact security operations.  Be specific and comprehensive.    
(6) Explain how the results of this case would be used in any policy proposals you make to the corporate         executives.
Court Case Link:
http://www.leagle.com/decision/1979686479FSupp207_1658/CHENKIN%20v.%20BELLEVUE%20HOSP.%20CTR.,%20N.%20Y.%20C.,%20ETC.#
Note: Other source material relating to different types of workplace searches can be located in the online classroom.  Go to: CONTENT>COURSE RESOURCES>LINKS TO PROJECT 2 RESOURCES.
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.