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Describe Security and Loss Prevention
Topic 1: Profiling involves allowing the physical evidence to reveal to an investigator what behaviors occurred, then thinking about what was intended by the commission of those behaviors. It has been proven time and time again that the majority of investigators are chronically unable to overcome their own perspectives and biases when faced with one or more disturbing violent crime scenes. How do you feel the investigative community can overcome these negative outcomes?
Topic 2: Discuss, in detail, how technology has evolved over the past 20 years in regards to criminal profiling and forensic science, and the way it is being used successfully today by law enforcement.
according to this questions:How do you think “British Culture” differs from “North American Culture”? Isn’t the latter largely a ramification of the former? How do these cultures differ from the culture of your own country (if you happen to have been born in another country)? Why?
Reply in 130 words with your own opinion to
The British citizens live in the United Kingdom, which consist of the nations Wales, England, Scotland, and Northern Ireland. English is the primary language spoken by the British, although some speak indigenous or regional languages such as Celtic and Germanic. The language and culture of the British were adopted from the Anglo Saxons, a group of people who inhabited Great Britain from the 5thcentury. North America is a continent that consist of many different countries, but most popular are the United States, Canada and Mexico. North America was conquered and colonized by the English, Spanish, and French, therefore those are the primary languages spoken on the continent. Due to the English colonization of a large portion of North America, you will see British influence throughout the continent.
Another difference would be the British honor their Royal Family, and in North America we have no royal family. BBC News. (2018). United Kingdom country profile. https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-18023389
Reply in 130 words with your own opinion to
Latasha:The United Kingdom and the United States may share a common language, but the cultural differences set the two countries worlds apart. With the ever increasing spread of American culture, from music to fashion, you would think that the two countries had more in common.
One of the major differences between the two countries is the work/life balance. Americans hold on to this “American Dream” concept. The “All Work No Play” adage. But in my opinion, it’s all work and no play because Americans have little to no vacation time in order to “play”. The British are legally entitled to have 28 days of paid vacation. (Reid, 2018)
Reid, Lyndsey. (2018, 13 April) Retrieved from www.businessinsider.com on November 29, 2018
Lesson 8:Activity 1: Myths about Race. Watch this clip about media and stereotype.
Activity 2: Rationalize your choices. Write a short 2-3 page paper in which you talk about some common stereotypes in American society and how the media and Hollywood promote these stereotypes as well as their impact.
Evolution: Write an essay that demonstrates the connections your mastery of evolutionary concepts across your curriculum. Think about these guiding questions:
What are the mechanisms by which evolution occurs? How do evolutionary biologists use the Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium to assess evolutionary change? How long does it take for evolutionary change to occur? How is the time quantified? What evidence do scientists have about evolutionary change throughout the geologic record? What effect does evolution have on distribution patterns and ecosystem structure?
Please thoroughly read the Lynch and Haney article. Then, create a new thread, and answer the following qquestions
Based on Lynch and Haney:1. What did Lynch and Haney discuss regarding the death penalty as it relates to instructions (eg-in terms of mitigating and aggravating evidence).
– Why are they concerned about the comprehensibility of instructions and the possibility of biased outcomes?
– What did they predict in their study and what did they find? Specifically address WHEN OR WHY jurors might render biased decisions, even if it is unintentional.Please read the Kapur, Dumas & Penrod article. Based on Kapur, Dumas & Penrod;
2. Kapur et al. discuss empirical constraints in studying various problems related to juries and trials.
A Laboratory Report for Cell Biochemistry. Topic ( Linked Enzyme Assay) The report should only contain two elements of a full lab report – Results and Discussion.(1000 words).
read pages 3 through 54 in Ted Gioa’s “History of Jazz”: this covers the blues, ragtime, and the history of jazz up until around 1920.What has been the role of African music and culture in the development of the blues, ragtime and jazz?
This exercise aims to develop your ability to critically analyze contemporary news article that relates to employment law. You will select a newspaper article (New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, or other appropriate quality journalism cite. Not a web blog etc.). The article you choose must have been posted within the last 6 months of assignment submission, which addresses a current Employment Law topic. You have access to these newspapers free of charge through the Universitys library. You should select a news article and not an “opinion” piece. The article should focus on an issue related to what has already been discussed in the class or will be discussed in the class. For example: An Article that discusses OSHA, Unions, Employee Privacy, Discrimination, sexual harassment, drug testing, etc. You must select an article that I can access without paying a fee.
The article you choose must have been posted in within the last 6 months, of assignment submission.
Must use the following five headings in the paper or lose 5% off grade [-1.25pts from 25pts paper is worth]:
1. Newspaper article with link and Summary of the relevant facts from the Newspaper article. [Do not submit an article that I have to purchase to see. -1pt.]
2. Analysis 1
3. Analysis 2
4. Relevance to this Course
1. a. Newspaper article with link: Select a newspaper article (New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, or other appropriate quality journalism cite), that was posted within the last 6 months, which addresses a current Employment Law topic. You have access to these newspapers free of charge through the Universitys library. You should select a news article and not an “opinion” piece. The article should focus on an issue related to what has already been discussed in the class or will be discussed in the class. For example: An Article that discusses OSHA, Unions, Employee Privacy, Discrimination, sexual harassment, drug testing etc. [Article link must be accessible to me without having to pay a fee. -1pt if not]
b. Summary of Relevant facts from the article: Identify the source of the article and date in your summary. In addition, you must attach the article or provide a link to it that I can read the original article without paying for it. The title page heading for your post should contain a short title that will entice the reader to read your article. Do not simply “copy” large portions of the article. The writing skill of summarizing the most important aspects of the article will be evaluated.
2. Analysis 1: Identify and describe/explain two legal issues and their relationship to the context of proper HR management. Also discuss how the legal issues relate to Federal or state law specifically. Lastly, in the context of HR management discuss how HR management should handle the two issues in house.
3. Analysis 2: Provide three (3) substantial suggestions with detailed explanation on how to deal with or prevent the two issues you have discussed, based on course readings or independent research. Must furnish citation of authority to back up comments.
4. Relevance to the course: Discuss how the issues are relevant to this course. In other words when were the issues discussed or will be discussed in this course? Explain how the article addresses and expands on material discussed or to be discussed in this course. Be specific.