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  • Police
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    David Berkowitz was born in 1953. Rejected and adopted as a child, he concealed his low self-esteem by compulsive lying and bragging. And his extreme shyness toward women by assailing them, starting when he was in his early twenties. His courage bolstered by several non-fatal stabbing attacks. Berkowitz bought a gun in 1976 and began a series of impulse killings that paralyzed New York City. Approaching male and female victims randomly selected as they sat on stoops or in cars. He shot them at p...
  • Trip In The New Car
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    Title: The Gold Cadillac Author: Mildred D. Taylor Publisher and Publication Date: The Penguin Group, 1998 First published in the United States of America by Dial Books for Young Readers, 1987 Setting: The story took place in the City of Toledo Ohio at the family's home and in the route to the rural South, Mississippi. Main Characters: Lois, Wilma, Mom, Dad Plot Summary: This story is about a family who got a new car, a Cadillac. They decided to take a trip in the new car. They were riding from ...
  • Zodiac's Other Victims Cherri Jo
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    In the late sixties and early seventies, California was haunted by dozens of unsolved murders. The offender remains unknown to this day. The murderer, who referred to himself as "the Zodiac", made contact with the police and area newspapers throughout his reign of terror through a series of menacing notes. Although the police were never able to apprehend Zodiac, they were able to gather information about him via the letters. Zodiac boasted of killing up to forty victims, however, police estimate...
  • Black And The Police Officers
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    Lovely, Greg Racial Profiling / Police Officers Racial profiling, the act of categorizing, the targeting of a particular group of culture with a view towards labeling those individuals law enforcers believe are engaged in illegal activities. Does Racial Profiling still exist today "He would kill me if I was the one going to the newspapers". Words said by a newspaper editor threatened to death by Chicago Police officers. In today's society many minorities are faced with racists police officers al...
  • Racial Profiling Statistics Against African Americans
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    It's Friday night and your friend calls you up to let you know about a party that going to be thrown that night. You decide that you want to go to the party, being that you have nothing to do for the evening. When you are finally dressed for the party, you leave your home, and get into your SUV. On the way over, you decide that you are not going to drink because you know that you will have to get back home, and chances are it will be pretty late by the time you leave the party. At last you are t...
  • Kait's Car And The Time Officer 2
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    After Kait was shot, her car traveled 719 feet, crossed the median, and came to a rest on the sidewalk east of the intersection of Lomas Blvd. and Arno Street. The first officer on the scene (not in uniform-just passing by) observed two vehicles parked on the sidewalk, Kait's red Ford Tempo and a VW Bug parked next to it. He also saw a man standing next to Kait's car. The officer drove past the vehicles while he radioed in to ask about an accident (none reported), then returned to the scene to i...
  • Police Cars
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    Creative Writing: The Chase from the view of the chased Leaving the jewelry store at a rather accelerated pace, a common, plain-clothed man with a parcel tucked under his arm jumped into his white, slightly dirtied Ford Bronco. He then hurriedly concealed the package under the front passenger seat making certain to prevent it from being seen from people passing by. He then tore out of the parking lot attempting to avoid drawing attention to himself or his accompanying bundle. He knew it would on...
  • Zodiacs Letters To The Police And Papers
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    The Zodiac Killer Essay written by Dominic Golem i The late 1960's and early 1970's represented a great deal of things to a great deal of people. To the San Francisco Bay area, as well as the rest of California, the late 60's and early 70's represented terror, fear, and death. What started out as a seemingly random, but brutal murder on the night of October 30th, 1966, turned out to be the start of a series of horrific murders that would span 2,500 suspects, 56 possible victims, and over 400 mil...
  • My Car About 15 Feet
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    Today teenagers are stereotyped everyday. Stereotyping has become a natural reaction by the older generation when they see a teenager that is dressed different or acts different than what they used to at that age. Their idea of what a person should dress like or act like is completly different from the ideas of teenagers. I have found out the hard way over the last few years. Teenagers are stereotyped all of the time. For instance, I went to Wal-Mart to get a job and people doing the employing h...
  • Nate Looks At The Oncoming Police Car
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    Nathan jumped into his 95' Bronco, parked in front of his apartment, and tore off to his best friend Lee's house. Nathan thinks, "She is cheating on me, I just know it". He speeds down 14th street, where is apartment is, and then takes a left to get onto the highway. His tires break the silence of night by screeching as he takes the turn. As he speeds down the highway, it starts to rain. He was going over one hundred miles per hour, when he passed a West Chester police car in the opposite lane. ...
  • Anne's Sister Mandy
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    Rachael Robles Prof. WattsVictimology CJ N 1"Locks keep out only the honest". By, Jewish Proverb Crime happens all over the world every second of every day. Thus making numerous amounts of victims. Crime victims are all around us even though we may not know it or think about it. According to the crime clock every twenty-five point three seconds a motor vehicle theft occurs. Have you ever thought what it would be like to walk away from you car, even after you have locked it, and to not be able to...
  • Police Officer
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    Running head: RACIAL PROFILING Racial Profiling: Are we Fighting it the Right Way? Racial Profiling: Are we Fighting it the Right Way? I would like to talk about an issue that is plaguing our community today and making the job of a Police Officer even more difficult than it already is. All for one reason, statistics!! Racial profiling to me is a lot like any other problem in our society today. Many have different opinions on why it happens, and what we should do about it if it does happen. The p...
  • Planet Fred
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    There once was a planet inhabited by ape like creatures. All of their names were fred. Anyways... one day fred went on an adventure to fred's store to buy a pack of gum. He noticed the employee of the month had the same name as his and he purchased the gum and chewed the first piece. It was grape flavored, fred's favorite. On the way home, fred saw his best friend fred, sitting on a bench with his brown bagged lunch which had been packed 3 hours previous by fred's mother, fred. So fred went up t...
  • Abnormal By The Police Car
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    Critical essay Fifty-three years from now a writer is taken to a psychiatric centre for help because he was walking along the streets. In this essay I will be considering the image of the future created in this short story by analysing the plot, setting, character and theme. This short story is about a man called Leonard Mead who goes for a quiet stroll on a misty evening at eight o clock. He stops at the corner of an intersection, peers down and chooses which route he wants to take. Mr Leonard ...
  • Ryan Back To His Car
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    Personal Writing: After 'Casino' I was outside the movie theater waiting for my usually late friend Ryan to meet me there. I noticed two guys and a girl in the parking lot drinking beer. They seemed pretty drunk but I thought nothing of it as they walked into the theater. Finally Ryan arrived and we decided to see 'Casino' a story about the mob in Las Vegas. After the movie we walked out and sat on Ryan's car to have a cigarette while we imitated the gangsters from the movie. I noticed one of th...
  • Search Warrant An Officer
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    Police Officers Overstep Their Rights When Searching People One of the main powers law enforcement officers carry is the authority to make citizens involuntarily give up their rights. Most people when confronted by police get mild to moderate panic reaction, can become nervous or anxious, and do as much as possible to limit the time spent with the officer. Due to the difference in power between a citizen and a police officer, citizens often unknowingly, give up their constitutional rights when a...
  • Car For A Short Drive
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    But I told you to keep it a secret. How can I ever trust you now, I showed. You dont understand the situation, I was given no choice but to reveal your secrets to the police, Robert calmy attempted to explain to me. I expected more from my cousin, which I have known and trusted all my life. So, tell me, how is it that you were given no choice I asked. They were under the impression that I was driving my parents car and I refuse to take the blame for your mistakes and be unable to obtain my lisce...
  • Police Car
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    Legal Studies Assessment Law to punish miscarriage assaults February 24, 2005 ASSAULTS on pregnant women leading to the deaths of their unborn children will be punishable by up to 25 years in prison under new New South Wales laws. NSW Attorney-General Bob Debus said the Government would amend the definition of grievous bodily harm under the Crimes Act to include the loss of an unborn child. Mr Debus said the amendment would not interfere with existing abortion laws. He said the amendment was bei...
  • Msn Car Point Msn Car Point
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    Sign of the crimes Members of a citizens anticrime group in Linesville, PA., have a new mystery to solve: Who stole their crime watch signs? Five signs and poles were removed from roadsides around Linesville in Crawford County. 'We don't know if it was somebody trying to get even,' said Ed Barker, chairman of the North Shenango Township Crime Watch chapter. 'We don't think it was kids, because the signs were gone, post and all. ' You " re under abreast Michael Copp, 18, Sheffield Lake, Ohio, was...
  • Cars And The Fourth Amendment
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    Cars and the fourth amendment, 6-28-99 You should be forgiven for any sneaking suspicions you may have that the nine elders in black dresses who have the final word on matters legal in the U.S. don't spend much time driving. After all, the Supreme Court can't seem to get enough of stripping Fourth Amendment protections from Americans' favorite mode of transportation. Any more decisions like Maryland vs. Dyson and we may be forced to drive vehicles as transparent as Wonder Woman's invisible airpl...

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