• Does An Arrest Deter Crime
    1,807 words
    The police are known sometimes to be intimidating, influential, and authoritative. The reaction of civilians to the police intervening with them, or their direct orders can vary with individuals. A study was done in 1981 in Minneapolis, to find out if the act of arresting or the threat to arrest all domestic violence offenders or possible offenders, deters further crime. Four different cities were used in this experiment, Milwaukee, Omaha, Dade County in Florida, and Colorado Springs. Three diff...
  • Criminal Law Answer Person Officer
    313 words
    1. List at least two of the six different human sources of DNA material identified in Chapter 1. (Answer) Two of them would be blood and tooth pulp. 2. Who is given credit for establishing the London Metropolitan Police Force. (Answer) The Credit was given to a Sir Robert Peel. 3. What is a Search Warrant? (Answer) It is a written order, in the name of the state, signed by a judicial officer, exercising proper authority, and directing a law enforcement officer to search for certain specific pro...
  • Police One British Men
    283 words
    The Associated Press Updated: 3: 03 a. m. ET July 28, 2005 LONDON - Anti-terrorist officers investigating the July 21 attempted attacks in the British capital arrested nine men in south London Thursday. Scotland Yard police headquarters said the men were arrested under the Terrorism Act 2000 at two properties in the neighborhood of Tooting. They were being held in a central London police station. News of the arrest comes after British police arrested a Somali-born man suspected of being one of f...
  • Saeed Police Karachi Pearl
    482 words
    it sucks POLICE IN Karachi told NBC News that Saeed's arrest was a "major breakthrough" and that he disclosed Pearl was still alive during an initial interrogation. Separately, Jamil Yousuf, head of a citizen-police liaison committee, quoted Saeed as saying of Pearl, "He's alive. He's OK." However, NBC's Robert Wind rem reported that while the United States believes Saeed "played a central role in the kidnapping," officials are not sure whether he knows the whereabouts of the reporter. Saeed, a ...
  • Fast And Furious Vin Paul Movie
    293 words
    FAST AND FURIOUS Fast and the Furious stars Paul Walker and Vin diesel. They are two very different characters but they also have a lot in common at the same time. They grew up in two very different places and but their childhood have some similarities. Paul and Vin share a lot in common in there adult lives. Vin Diesel was a labeled child. His father was a stock car driver and he was breed for racing. In the movie Vin plays to like the godfather of the underground racing world. He knows everyo...
  • Patriot Act Records Terrorist Commit
    297 words
    The Patriot Act has been one of the most hotly debated topics since it was enacted in 2001. The biggest reason for the controversy over the act, is whether or not it invades some of our personal freedoms. I, however, believe that the Patriot Act is something very necessary in today's world. The Patriot Act was designed to protect the United States from further terrorist attacks by allowing more information to be recorded for investigation. This is needed because in order to arrest someone, they ...
  • Defibrillator Cardiac Arrest
    2,122 words
    General Questions What does AED stand for? AED stands for automated external defibrillator (or automated external defibrillation). What's an AED? An AED is a device used to administer an electric shock through the chest wall to the heart. Built-in computers assess the patient's heart rhythm, judge whether defibrillation is needed, and then administer the shock. Audible and / or visual prompts guide the user through the process. How does an AED work? A microprocessor inside the defibrillator inte...
  • Minneapolis Domestic Violence Experiment
    1,092 words
    The Minneapolis Domestic Violence Experiment Domestic Violence has been an integrated part of many family units throughout history. Until the mid 1980's, domestic violence was thought to be the families problem, a dirty little secret that needed to be dealt with inside the family circle. This mind set changed when a notable study was done in the Minneapolis Minnesota area in the 1980's. This study not only impacted the actual area it was conducted in, but the way domestic violence offenders were...
  • Seat Belt Arrest Court Law
    1,532 words
    States across the nation have seat belt laws in place that make it a requirement for drivers and passengers in vehicles that are being operated on public streets to wear some sort of safety belt. In 1998, 41, 471 people were killed in 6, 334, 000 reported motor vehicle accidents in the United States. Seat belts are estimated to save 9, 500 lives each year, and statistics show a higher degree of seat-belt use in states that aggressively enforce seat belt laws. The laws, as well as the punishments...
  • Green Ahman Arrest Taser
    280 words
    An informative summary of Deputy had to pull taser to arrest Green Andy Ne lesen (2005, April), Deputy had to pull taser to arrest Green. Green Bay Press Gazette. A sheriff deputy's taser convinced Ahman Green to quit resisting arrest late on Monday night. Police where called to Ahman Greens house at 10: 10 PM Monday night when a 911 call was hung up and two repeat calls yielded no answer. They arrived to find Heather Green at an intersection near there home. She then told officers that her and ...
  • Atwater Vs Supreme Court
    460 words
    I selected the case of Atwater vs. The city of Lago Vista Gail Atwater was stopped by a police officer for not having her children seat belted. Instead of issuing a minor misdemeanor ticket, as is normally done, the officer arrested Atwater The city of Lago Vista removed the suit and sent it to the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas, Which gave ruling to The city of Lago Vista. The court said that Atwater had failed to present proof that any constitutional right had b...
  • Police Power Arrestable Offence
    1,967 words
    o The police must respect individual's civil rights. o People are entitled to be allowed to move freely and to have their person and their property respected. However, there must be sufficient powers for the police to investigate crime. o Parliament gave them special powers which can be used in certain circumstances. o Includes right to stop and search them, to arrest and interview people when necessary and to take fingerprints and samples (blood) for scientific analysis. o Law on police powers ...
  • How To Make A Citizen's Arrest
    749 words
    When can you make a citizen's arrest? In a citizen's arrest many steps must be completed properly before restraining a person for their crime. By notifying the authorities, to see if there are other witnesses besides yourself, and you must be really careful during the process of making an arrest. If you witness a crime, it is your civic duty to report the crime to the police. When a crime is committed, you have the right and responsibility to make a "Citizen's Arrest." If you have witnessed a cr...
  • Critical Essay On Use Of Force In Texas
    1,485 words
    "The Law Governing the Use of Force in Texas. When Can It Be Used? When Can It Not Be Used?" Public officials and ordinary citizens in Texas are allowed to use force in many instances. This research paper examines the instances when the use of force is justified by the law and when it is prohibited by the law. For the purpose of this research, the word "actor" identifies the person using the force. "A person is justified in using force against another when and to the degree he reasonabl...
  • Domestic Violence Women Police Leading
    295 words
    Domestic Aids Wife Beating Domestic violence arrests have skyrocketed in the past decade, making this crime the leading violent felony arrest locally and nation-wide and placing it at the top of law enforcement? s priority list (Guido). Battering women occurs at all levels of society (Barstow). However, a large number of convicted batterers are from poor income areas. Too often a hidden crime, domestic violence has been splashed across front pages from Los Angeles to Toronto over the past year. ...
  • Arrest Analysis 8211 Warrant Officers Advantage
    266 words
    Arrest: – An arrest is the act of depriving an individual of his liberty by legal authority. This is to inform you the two procedures of arrest. The procedures of arrest are warrant and non-warrant. In warrant situation, the officer has the advantage of prior planning in order to effect the arrest successfully. Arrest procedure with warrant- officers must consider the following: 1. Superiority of manpower – Don't be a hero, go with back-up officers. 2. Superiority of fire power R...