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    Ethics Inside Law Enforcement Agencies There has been conflict with agencies and communities when it comes to ethics of their officers. Utilitarianism and deontology have shown to impact the law enforcement tremendously. When it comes to the decision-making process, Conway and Gawronski have conducted several studies to determine inclinations of morals in human beings (Conway & Gawronski, 2013). Psychology is an important part of the ethics thinking of individuals. Not everyone is made to think the same way, and the thought process of an officer can determine how they will perform when on duty. Law Enforcement Ethics Standards The ethical standards of law enforcement come from many sources. Ethics can date all the way back to Socrates’s…

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    Law Enforcement Agencies

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    The Law Enforcement Agencies have a variety of departments for the many scenarios that occur or have the possibility to occur and put people in danger. The Explosive Ordinance Disposal team, Special Weapons And Tactics team and K-9 are units inside a police department that are specialized to solve a specific scenario. Each unit has extra training apart from the everyday training to keep them in good physical condition. These units also carry extra gear with the equipment needed to carry out…

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    Police Agency Roles

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    order for policing agency to be successful and stop crime a police organizations must be setup. This gives police agencies a chain of command and structure. It is also important that every agency knows their roles and responsibilities as it applies to the law. Each policing agency either falls under Federal, State, or local agencies. Knowing this enables the different policing agency to know what laws to enforce in their area of responsibility. Each agencies roles and functions are set forth…

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    encourage the recruitment of Asian-Americans to pursue careers in law enforcement, police departments are encouraged to work in partnership with Asian organizations such as the Asian Law Caucus, Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach, and the National Asian Peace Officers’ Association (Hicks, 2015). Community trust and police integrity correlate with one another (United States Department of Justice-Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, 2015). By establishing strategies that can foster…

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    Crime data, crimes committed in the United States and the data collected of those crimes, are collected by two major systems and sources: The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program, which is also known as the UCR/NIBRS Program, and the National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS) headed by the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS). The UCR/NIBRS Program This national system of uniform crime statistic (UCR) data collection was developed in 1930, and it the main source…

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    Ethics Of The Use Of Force

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    Excessive Force in New Jersey State There are several laws governing police misconduct including current laws pending in legislation statewide. Ethically, all laws must focus on the overall “good for everyone”. Police officers should not be excused from holding up to their professional standards. Deontology systems of ethics is said to deal with intentions and motives. Deontological ethics is concerned with acts-- if it is intrinsically right or wrong. According to the State of New…

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    regards to homeland security. Intelligence makes up a giant portion of homeland security. There are many elements that comprise the intelligence community. These elements include local law-enforcement, state level law enforcement, and federal law enforcement. It is imperative that all elements of intelligence are utilized. It is also imperative that all of these elements share their collected intelligence. The abilities of each element are greatly improved when they are able to come together to…

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    Ip Theft Case

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    ICE has become the leading agency surrounding the investigation of IP theft to include those illicit activities associated with that theft such as smuggling and money laundering. Counterfeit products are being targeted and seized on a daily basis entering ports, airports, and other points of entry into the US. The goal of ICE is not limited to targeting and seizure of counterfeit products but is meant to impede the manufacturing, distribution, sales, and financing of those TCOs and other…

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    Community-oriented Policing Introduction: The article that I have chosen to write my course project on will cover community-oriented policing and strategies that are intertwined with the program. Amongst law enforcement personnel, there will always be a debate regarding traditional policing and proactive policing through problem solving. Many believe that using the traditional approach, you’ll be provided with a quick response to incidents. Others believe there are proven long-term benefits of…

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    Though this model reduces violence, agencies should still be concerned with halting the supply of drugs. No, law enforcement agencies should not out-right say, “which to the delivery model because it reduces violence”, they should, however, pull recourses to tracking and tacking down head suppliers, cutting of the source. To me, this would be more effective than using lots resources to solve drug-related violence cases, though agencies should not cease this aspect of the War on Drugs. Still, we…

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