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    Police corruption in law enforcement has been one of the most important issues brought up by citizens in the past and present. Also police corruption and its detrimental consequences can lead to the collapse of public confidence in law enforcement. A police officer is corrupt when he or she is acting in their official capacity and is able to receive a benefit from that action, by either doing something or not doing something. Law enforcement and there extreme…

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    The Role of Law Enforcement in Terrorism Stephen E. Brantley Jr. Troy University ETROY Survey of Law Enforcement CJ-2221-XTIA The Role of Law Enforcement in Terrorism Domestic terrorism was, until the mid 1990s, considered primarily a subject that was relegated to Federal agencies. Beginning with the World Trade Center bombing of 1993 and including the bombing of the Federal building in Oklahoma City in 1995 and the Olympic Games in Atlanta in 1996, America saw an increased need for first…

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    in the law enforcement, especially where we want more diversity so they can represent their community. The decades of research show that members of the community believe the law enforcement represents and responds to them. When the community perceives the law enforcement as fair, legitimate, and accountable it enhances the trust the community to the law enforcement. The trust the community has towards can defuse tensions, solve crimes, and create a system where the community sees the law…

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    In my thesis essay, I will be discussing how terrorism has affected modern policing the modern law enforcement approach. I hope to cover the information well and be direct in my finding of my study. For many terrorism is just a word we see every day on the news or in our text books but for law enforcement it can be a hazard for mankind. But to understand what terrorism is you first understand it definition, terrorism is the use of international force or violence by any group or a specific…

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    associated with the problems addressed in this thesis. In chapter one, a brief synopsis was outlined regarding how Asian communities viewed law enforcement, and the various types of barriers that has created challenges to recruit Asian-American applicants. As the population of Asians continue to grow in the United States, there has been a greater demand for law enforcement agencies to create police-community rapport with the Asian community. With a larger population of Asian-Americans across the…

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    The field of law enforcement has undergone a tremendous evolution throughout its history but even more so in the past decade. Much like the ever-increasing rate of technological innovation; new concepts, paradigms, and methodologies in police work seem to be uncovered at an exponentially increasing rate. As the field continues to modernize to face newer, more advanced threats in today’s world, law enforcement administrators are also looking to the roots of policing to re-establish community…

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    Though, some segments of the population see law enforcement in a negative light. The major differences in how people view law enforcement have traditionally been most clearly seen along demographic lines. One statistic showed, “68% of Whites and only 18% of Blacks expressed confidence in law enforcement,” (Casandra & Ray, 2013). However, more people are starting to fear law enforcement for several reasons. One of the main reasons people view law enforcement negatively is because of the images…

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    to law enforcement. From the Father of law enforcement August Vollmer and Jim Fisher, who created many criminal investigative techniques just to name a few. The different levels of law enforcement are very important aspect to consider, that being federal, state and local. Each level is just as important as the other is, but different at the same time. Nevertheless one cannot operate without the other which allows the criminal justice as a whole to balance as one. The federal law enforcement…

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    Gender inequality is still a defining facet of law enforcement, even in today’s world of steadily increasing employment fairness. Women make up only a small percentage of law enforcement officers across the nation. Why is that? Curtis Crooke expressed in his article Women in Law enforcement, “Women in law enforcement are often inexplicitly resented by their male counterparts and many face harassment. Additionally, many women encounter a ‘brass’ ceiling and are unable to rise to supervisory…

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    1. Fusion center are centers—consisting of multiple law enforcement agencies—that are designed to bring agencies together by combining efforts to collect, share and analyze information in order to create intelligence law enforcement can act on. 2. Legalistic policing is the style of policing in which officers are by the book, meaning that the police departments that embrace this style of policing will for example give a ticket to someone going 36mph in a 35mph zone. Service policing is the…

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