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    Officer Loe maintains a high level of professionalism. His appearance and hygiene is always good and within policy. His uniforms and equipment are well maintained, as are the vehicles assigned to him. Officer Loe has a positive attitude which helps cultivate a pleasant working environment. He accepts assignments with enthusiasm and completes them to the best of his ability with minimal supervision. Officer Loe can be counted on to assist other officers when it is appropriate Officer Loe has an excellent work ethic and can be depended on to proactively look for tasks that need to be completed. By being assigned to the USMS Southern Missouri Fugitive Task Force, Officer Loe has had the opportunity to work with several different law enforcement agencies, not only locally but across the United States. Officer Loe has always conducted himself professionally, representing the Department and City in a positive fashion, setting an example for newer or less experienced officers. Dependability Officer Loe is extremely dependable. He arrives to work on time and makes sure that leave requests are submitted well in advance. Officer Loe is on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week unless authorized by me to be off on call status. He has never failed to respond to a call-out situation and responds promptly when they do occur. As previously mentioned above, Officer Loe has an excellent work ethic. When I assign him a task I know it will be completed in a timely fashion.…

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    Accelerant Detection Dogs

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    flammable fluids were located on their clothing by the specially trained dogs. (United States of America vs. Kathryn Schroeder, ET AL, 1993) Insurance companies such as State Farm promote and encourage the use of accelerant detection canines. Starting in 1993, State Farm has sponsored and financially aided several law enforcement and fire departments with the Arson Dog Program, to help with the apprehension of numerous arson perpetrators yearly. ("Arson Dog Program," n.d.) One of the…

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    The last thing I remembered about him was his Roman nose. We were at ‘Big Joe’ Brady’s restaurant, and we were having a good time with each other. We agreed to meet at this exact spot, and time after 20 years, and then we parted. We just left each other. That was the last time I saw Jimmy Wells. I feel a drizzle of rain beat down on my coat. I’m waiting at the doorway of a hardware store. The moon glistens, lighting up everything just enough for me to see the outline of my surroundings. I see…

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    Security is very important when it comes to college campuses. Keeping students safe should be at the top of the priority list for colleges. When parents choose a college for their child one of the biggest factors that influences their decision is how effective the security is on campus. Parents expect their child to be safe at college, but we sometimes have to question how effective is the security on campus? The University of South Alabama should provide more security because it would increase…

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    POP also relies on community resources in order to successfully address crime. POP correspondingly attempts to involve citizens in crime prevention through education, negotiation, and conflict management (Schmalleger, 2015). Police officers identify problems throughout the scanning stage. Then they will collect and analyze information during the analysis stage. This is done by working with other law enforcement agencies and the community. Once the analysis phase is complete producing solutions…

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    agency by the FBI, and while nothing of criminal nature was found at the time, it left a stain on the departments reputation. Fast forward 3 months and the Tuscaloosa P.D and West Alabama Narcotics Task Force were touting their largest bust ever. Many people in the community and at the University felt that the bust was just an effort to clean up their corrupt image and rake in more money in form of federal funding. In an interview with al.com, Lance Brock, a lawyer who specializes in drug…

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    Policing Literature Review

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    ______________________________________________________________________________ Literature Review Article by Jose Docobo stresses the importance of community policing and deems that it can be the primary prevention strategy for homeland security at a local law enforcement level by implementing the use of community-oriented policing resources and practices that can effectively be applied to terrorism. These strategies includes crime mapping with GIS system, data collection and analysis protocols,…

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    Little do they know is that University Police and Public officials are the most efficacious resource a college provides for campus safety. University Police provides a long list of services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The University police department has primary responsibility for crime prevention, law enforcement, parking control, emergency preparedness/response, and security at special events. In the eyes of many universities that is not enough for campus safety. Over the last 10 years,…

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    Joshua Dun throws his arm lazily around aTyler's shoulder as they walk down the crowded street. People walk past stepping in puddles left over from the slight drizzle of rain that had fallen about a hour ago. The clouds were covering the sky like a dark grey veil, almost black.You may know Josh and Tyler as the 2 person band, Twenty One Pilots. Tyler and Josh are a group of cops that only work on, "special cases". The one were working on now is pretty violent. As we approach the scene there…

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    Stop Snitching Analysis

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    A conflict theorist would explain the “stop snitching” culture in our society as a perpetual struggle among those people less fortunate in communities trying to survive on a day-to-day basis by avoiding the police as much as possible in order not fall victim to ineffectiveness of the civil laws and criminal penalties toward their cultural that historically has a distrust in the criminal justice system. Therefore, the social order in which the “Code of the Street” principle of “stop snitching”…

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