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    Solyndra Failure

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    The Solyndra company was a designer, manufacturer, and sold commercial grade solar systems and solar panels designed for business rooftops. In 2009, the Department of Energy provided Solyndra a $535 million dollar loan guarantee supported by President Obama’s American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, which provided billions of dollars in loan guarantees to green energy companies (factcheck.org). Supporting clean energy businesses was supposed to create jobs and cut America’s reliance on foreign…

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    Atf Research Paper

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    The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, & Explosives Michael Wragg Self Jr. Criminal Justice 101 University of South Carolina: Sumter Abstract This simple research paper will briefly explain the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, & Explosives (ATF). The reader will learn about the history of the ATF and how it has expanded into the Bureau it is today. The ATF also has many career opportunities beginning with internships all the way to an ATF special agent. The reader will…

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    The combination of criminal justice and psychology has created various fields; one of which being behavioral analysis more commonly known as profiling. Although being a relatively new field of study behavioral analysis is extremely helpful in the field and class-room settings in learning criminal behavior. This essay will bring to light the process of become a special agent and entering into the behavior analysis unit created by the National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime (NCAVC). In…

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    Mintzberg Model

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    Primary functions of the four agencies of the Department of Justice i. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) This is a government agency in the US Department of Justice that acts as a federal criminal investigative body and at the same time serving as an internal intelligence agency. The FBI is an agency that seeks to counter issues of terrorism and also dealing with intelligence matters. It is used to handle the security services of the US and plays a major role in the in the US intelligence…

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    The history of the use of forensic science in criminal cases in the United States is well over a century old. With the growth of society, we have become more dependent on the Rules of Law. In response to the public’s outcry to reduce crime, law enforcement agencies have taken measure to minimize crime, and have turned to the scientific community for assistance, for help, and technical support. Today, criminal Investigation revolves around three particular questions: 1. The Who – Which is…

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    professionals and other criminals of defrauding insurance companies and consumers are on the rise. According the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) (2015), these dishonest practitioners are increasingly willing to risk patient harm to further their criminal activities. The FBI is the primary agency for exposing and investigating all federal and private insurance health care fraud cases. Furthermore, the agency maintains jurisdiction over all cases of fraud. Although the criminals continue in…

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    Four Federal Agencies

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    Federal Agencies consisting of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), and the U.S. Marshals Service (USMS) Pat Akers Howard Payne University Abstract This paper explores three of the four major primary law enforcement agencies within the Department of Justice; which are (The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), and the U.S. Marshals Service (USMS). An overlook of the overall functions and responsibilities…

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    Jesse E. Curry was born in Hamilton, Texas, and moved to Dallas with his family before he was one year old. He joined the Dallas Police Department on May 1, 1936 and worked with the Department until March 10, 1966. His police work in Dallas was interrupted for Military Service during World War II and specialized training in Police Science at various times throughout his police career. In 1944 Officer Curry attended the Traffic Officers Training School at Texas Agricultural and Mechanical College…

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    Question 1: The criminal justice system consists of 3 main components, which are: the police, the courts, and the prison systems. The following is an explanation of how each works and contributes to the United States criminal justice system. The Police Looking at the police on the state level, this can include a wide variety of state level policing forces such as a highway patrol or even fish and game. The police responsibilities in the United States criminal justice system holds a plethora of…

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    One federal law enforcement agency that I researched was the Federal Bureau of Investigations , known as the FBI. The FBI was created on July , 26, 1908. The FBI was first known as the Bureau of Investigations, this agency did not get the name FBI, until 1935. The first employees for the FBI was 10 former secret service agents they were hired by the department of justice. By 1909, this federal law agency had 34 agents. In 1917, J. Edgar Hoover joined the FBI. During his time in the agency, he…

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