Police Agencies
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...agencies that serve Northern Illinois. They are Northern Illinois University (NIU) Police, DeKalb City Police, DeKalb County Sherriff's Deputies, Illinois Conservation Police, Illinois State Troopers, and United States Federal Bureau of Investigation Agents. Each agency differs from the rest to some extent. NIU Police start at about $24.46 per hour, and receive civil service benefits along with a collective bargaining agreement (http://www.hr.niu.edu/employment/regular_details.cfmid=3000). The DeKalb City Police make about $33,000 per year on average which is 26% less than the national average (http://www.indeed.com/salaryq1... We have researched some of the salaries and benefits of six law enforcement...
Interstate Agencies
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...Agencies Deshauna Fraser PAD 700 Section Executive Summary This essay explores the legislative position of the interstate agencies. It finds that interstate agencies legislation is a provision of the constitution. Since it since its inception, this provision has significantly affected the administrative practices of the current agencies. It reports that that the establishment of the intestate or administrative agencies was orchestrated by the need to improve administration, revamp governance and addresses the existent flaws and their consequences. Indeed, the agencies have occupies pivotal position in managing crises, addressing complex issues in governance that are beyond... The Legislation of Inter...
Administrative Agencies
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...AGENCIES All human societies have been socially stratified, and this stratification is on the foundation of clan, caste, community, creed, gender, race, ethnicity, religion, age-group and socioeconomic status since ever. Social stratification, Macionis submits, is found everywhere; yet what is unequal and how unequal varies from one society to the other. (2007: 255) In the beginning, the individuals used to live in clans and tribes, where they acted and behaved on the stimulus of their minds. The communities grew largely, which aggravated the differences between the individuals. It created a state of rivalry and conflict and paved the way towards torture, crimes, clashes, violence... ADMINISTRATIVE...
Administrative Agencies
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...Agencies Administrative agencies are official government s that oversee the implementation of particular legislative Acts. In most cases, formulated legislation are adaptive to social, economic and general concerns of citizens. In this regard, this essay will discuss the roles of Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) and Department of Transportation (DOT). FAA is a U.S governmental agency that is mainly concerned with safety in the U.S aviation industry. FAA provides aviation safety by enforcing regulations that govern production and operation of aircrafts, operating flight service stations, issuing commercial and private aviation licenses... Administrative...
Intelligence Agencies
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...agencies Introduction The Cold War between US and USSR has completely changed the facet of this world inone way or other. The intelligence agencies around the world have no exception and the cold war years saw the formation of many intelligence agencies around the world. The Cold War sired and nourished strapping espionage bureaucracies in both the United States and the Soviet Union. With the cold war grew the new techniques of getting intelligence and providing counter intelligence. An intelligence agency is a governmental agency that is devoted to the information gathering (known in the context as "intelligence") for purposes of national security... Influence of cold war on modern intelligence agencies ...
Administrative agencies
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...agency is a law making body with limited powers delegated to it by the Congress. Administrative agencies deal with specific issues that may require expertise. All existing administrative agencies are established by Article 1 Section 1 of the constitution which reads: “all legislative powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States.” Another clause in the 8th section... of the article 1 says that the Congress shall have power “to make all laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into execution the foregoing powers, and all other powers… in any department of officer thereof.” Examples of administrative agencies include Central Intelligence...
Power within Agencies
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...Agencies In order to ensure considerable power within the government, agencies usually establishcollective expertise over programs that under their accountability. With rising technicalities, the government relies on agencies for advice concerning critical governmental decisions, which gives agencies substantial amount of power within the government. Agencies work in close association with interest groups. The agencies tend to seek support from the public on various programs of their interest. Public opinion plays a crucial role in shifting political power balance (Milakovich & Gordon, 2012). In their pursuit of power, bureaucratic agencies seek assistance from interest groups... . These...
Domestic Abuse Agencies Brochure
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...Agencies Brochure Stepping Stones Domestic Violence Shelter Counselors can use the to solicit for financial support for victims of abuse. Some clients succumb to problems and challenges that particularly relate to insufficient financial income. To help such individuals stabilize and restore back to normalcy, counselors of abused victims can arrange for financial support from the agency. Counselors can refer victims of abuse to the institution for shelter. Counselors can request the organization to provide shelter for victims of abuse especially when there is clear evidence that the client is under increased risk of further abuse when continuing to be near an abusive person... Abuse Agencies Brochure...
Accounting: Administrative agencies
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...agency is a law making body with limited powers delegated to it by the Congress. Administrative agencies deal with specific issues that may require expertise. All existing administrative agencies are established by Article 1 Section 1 of the constitution which reads: “all legislative powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States.” Another clause in the 8th section... of the article 1 says that the Congress shall have power “to make all laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into execution the foregoing powers, and all other powers… in any department of officer thereof.” Examples of administrative agencies include Central Intelligence...
State law enforcement agencies
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...agencies play in enforcing the law, and describe the two major models of law enforcement organization Sate law enforcement agencies has a key role to play in the enforcement of law mandated by a healthy legal system. Law abiding society can contribute much to the growth of a country. Hence, creating law-abiding society is vital in every country in the long journey to its prosperity. Government mechanism based on the US Constitution, makes laws and it need to be implemented with its full capacity to keep its meaning as prescribed at the time of its creation. Hence it is the mandatory duty of the state mechanism and its law enforcement agencies to implement... Explain the role that law enforcement...
Law Enforcement Agencies
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...agencies It is clear that there exist many distinct types of law enforcement bodies or agencies from the federal, state, and local level. The types of work available depend on the kind of agency and jurisdiction. The federal law enforcement agencies comprises of 27 offices of inspector general and 65 federal bodies that hire police officers authorized and allowed to carry firearms and make arrests. For instance, the customs and Border protection, the FBI, Federal Bureau of Prisons and custom enforcement whose duties incorporate security and protection, corrections, criminal investigations, border patrol, police response and inspections. The State and local law... Law enforcement Law enforcement...
Temporary agencies in organisation
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...agencies in organisation Temporary agencies in organisation Introduction Over the last few decades, temporary staffing has become very significant in many labor markets. The temporary agency work has become a common employment norm in many countries globally (Benner, 2002). As the temporary staffing agencies grow, employment structure has changed both locally and internationally. There are various reasons why firm may consider hiring temporary staff such as reduce labour cost, reduce hiring cost among others. However, there are many challenges a firm faces because of utilizing temporary employment. Why do firms use temporary agency staff? The use of temporary agency staff is a strategy... Temporary...
Survey online travel agencies
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...Agencies Introduction Online Travel Agencies are those agencies who provide travel related information, products and service online. The exists virtually on the website where a customer can view the travels rates, travel locations, travel timings etc. and book a air flight, train seat or a streamliner (other ships too) seats. Types of Online Travel Agencies Online there are three types of travel websites for the customers. One is an 'open site' which operates like a normal travel agent but only online. They negotiate directly with the concerned airlines, hotels and car rental services. These websites have their own databases and travel agency systems to select and choose the best... Online Travel...
Project- Administrative Agencies
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...agencies Introduction Administrative agencies are formal governmental s that are established and man d to formulate andoversee implementation of specialized policies. The agencies are formed for specific purposes with the aim of addressing issues in particular jurisdictions. Parliamentary legislations that define their scope and powers form them. In this paper, I seek to discuss one of the federal administrative agencies, the Environmental Protection Agency. My paper will explore the agency’s creation, history of its formation, its functions, its organizational structure, its success, and its critics. The paper will also present a personal critique of the agency and make... recommendations...
Agencies helping homeless people
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...Agencies helping homeless people Homeless people can be encountered in any country of the world. The United s of America is not exclusion as well. However, unlike many other nations, Americans strive to support people living on the streets, those who are not able to satisfy their basic needs without outside help. Organizations focused on providing real assistance (housing, food, and clothing) exist in every region of the country. Most of these organizations are non-profit which means that they collect donations from population and cooperate with business units in funds generation and service provision. Homeless people are individuals who have no place to live, have...
Israeli Intelligence Agencies
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...Agencies Israeli collection efforts against the United s are undermining US-Israeli relations Israel has once again been caught with spying at United States government’s highest levels. Although Israel has denied wrongdoing despite facing incontrovertible evidence whereby the spies has reportedly liaised with the FBI, Israel rejects the spying with the assertion that such spying tends to be harmless since Israel, together with the United States are best friends.1 A good example if the idea of harmless espionage, which Israel’s most renown failed spy illustrated, Jonathan Pollard, an American of Jewish descent born in Galveston Texas, and developed a career as a US Navy’s... Israeli Intelligence...
Research funding(granting) agencies
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...Agencies September 9, Research Funding Agencies Many research funding agencies exist in the United States today. Some are public institutions while others are private organizations or individuals, and they offer grants to research projects with a focus on projects that generate cures and those that improve people’s wellbeing. Examples of such research funding agencies are the National Institute of Health, National Health Foundation, Department of Health and Human Services, and the Agency for International Development, Corporation for National and Community Service (University of North Carolina, 2011). The National Institute of Health is a federal agency that operates to support... ? Research Funding...
Industrial Research Paper on employment agencies and staffing agencies
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...agencies and staffing agencies Industrial Research Paper on employment agencies and staffing agencies Introduction Identifying candidates who can fully respond to the needs of a particular position can be a major challenge for employers in the modern market. Employment agencies can help employers to identify appropriately qualified staff within a short period of time; in this way, organizational performance, as related to gaps in the workplace, is not threatened. Current paper focuses on the employment and staffing agencies operating in US. The performance and the industry’s trends are presented so that the role of the specific industry in the development... ? Industrial Research Paper on employment...
Administrative law: control of agencies
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...Agencies The administrative law of the United s is a body of laws that have been put in place to govern the activities of government agencies when conducting their activities. These laws are often based on the American constitution and because of this, the government has every right to enforce them as it sees fit. The American Constitution can be deemed to be among the most imperative legal manuscripts in the record of the contemporary world. It has guided the United States since it gained independence from Britain from being a loose federation of former colonies, to becoming the most powerful countries in the world. Despite the fact that this document has had... an enormous impact in the...
Research on state government agencies
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...Agencies Research on Government Agencies Government agencies are formed by the government toassist in service delivery to the population. To begin with, the government uses the department of transportation in ensuring transport services in the country are satisfactory. The Texas department of transportation is incepted by the government to provide reliable transport to the population in Texas. Similarly, it is incepted to ensure transport safety (United States, 2012). Its main goals are addressing congestion, connecting commuters to other transport terminals and becoming the best state agency. The agency values trust, integrity, and excellence. With such core values, the agency... Research on Government...
Federal regulations and federal agencies
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...agencies December 19, Federal regulations and federal agencies Political, legal, and social forces are some of the major factors to an organization’s external environment and may operate independently or have interaction effects. This suggest that even in the absence of legal factors, social factors such as moral principles can regulate organizations and I believe that in such an environment, pharmaceuticals would consider ethical manners for quality service delivery and for competitive advantage. The pharmaceutical industry identifies intense competition and its companies ensure measures for competitive advantage. Banerjee (2009) explains that despite research being... Federal regulations and federal...
Alleviating Problems in Police Agencies
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...Agencies Estimated Completion Date: KAM Learning Agreement submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Public Policy and Administration Public Policy and Administration Program PPPA Learning Agreement for Specialized KAM V: Democratic Governance Overall of KAM V The overall learning objective of Knowledge Area Module V (Democratic Governance) is to examine and synthesize the knowledge of democratic governance theories, and evaluate the potential conflict between police stress and police misuse of force. The notion... based on which the Police needs to reform itself with the notions of the Social Contract.The reason...
American Association of Advertising Agencies
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...Agencies (4As) defines the concept of Integrated Marketing Communications as an approach which is used to achieve the desired aims of a marketing campaign through utilization of various promotional methods and themes which reinforce each other. Primarily, the concept of Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) blends the promotional tools of marketing so that they are able to perform in harmony with each other. Promotion is one of the ‘Ps’ in marketing mix and the tools when blended together, work optimally rather than in isolation. The integration is further augmented, beyond just communication when other levels of integration e.g. Data integration... ?Ans1. American Association of Advertising Agencies ...
Credit Assessment and Consulting in Rating Agencies.
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...Agencies Credit Assessment and Consulting in Rating Agencies The potential for conflictof interest facing Credit Assessment and Consulting in Rating Agencies can significantly interfere with the independence and objectivity of their analysis. Conflict of interest emanates, when a rating agency tenders consulting, or related advisory services to issuers it rates as the insurers could be improperly pressured to obtain advisory services in return for an enhanced rating(Crockett, Harris, Mishkin & White, 2004). Other conflict of interest may stem from instances in which credit-rating agencies also avail ancillary consulting services whereby debt issuers... Credit Assessment and Consulting in Rating...
Did Credit Rating Agencies do good work?
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...Agencies of the of the This research paper includes an in depth study ofvarious inter related topics which gives a good understanding of the globally connected financial industry. It explains various aspects of the financial industry and their resulting consequences. To start with, the role of the credit rating agencies in the 2007-08 global financial crises has been discussed in details. This part explained how the rating system of these agencies was influenced by hefty incentives and how that triggered the 2007-08 financial crises. This part of the study suggested why the credibility of credit rating agencies came into the scrutiny. Following that, a detailed study... ? Credibility of Credit Rating...
History of Management in Criminal Justice Agencies
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...Agencies History of Management in Criminal Justice Agencies A collection of public and private criminal justice agencies forms the wider criminal justice system and together they process information on convicted offenders, defendants and suspects. The fundamental structure of the system lies in the executive, judicial and legislative arms of the government (Waldron et al, 2009). Management of criminal justice systems describes the oversight, supervision and running of the agencies. This paper will look at the history of their management and some of the approaches they use. Great changes have been witnessed in the way the United States criminal justice system... History of Management in Criminal Justice...
Law Enforcement Agencies and the Judicial System
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...Agencies and the Judicial System How Discrimination Is Used By Law Enforcement Agencies and the Judicial System Discrimination occurs in virtually all institutions and is perpetuated by various groups who do not have respect or value for certain attributes. The perpetrator may target a certain race, social group or color and inflict pain deliberately. Institutions such as law enforcement agencies and judiciary are supposed to play a leading role in reducing the menace. However, police departments and courts or judicial officers where discrimination is carried out without remorse or fear of the resultant effects. The law enforcement agencies and judicial... How Discrimination Is Used By Law Enforcement...
Roles of regulatory, and accreditation agencies
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...agencies Affiliation: Discuss roles oflocal, states, national, and global regulatory, and accreditation agencies in providing quality healthcare. The agencies provide education to the people and especially the target population about the health concerns in question helping them understand everything about it and help them make the right choices. Other than education, they also facilitate social changes among the people they are targeting. Social change ensures that the people are able to live a better lifestyle which ensures and enhances quality health care for themselves and their off springs hence securing even the future generation. They also team... up with the government in providing...
Did Credit Rating Agencies do good work?
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...Agencies do good work? The topic of the project is “Did Credit Rating Agencies do good work?” The research report aims to make a statistical analysis of the performance of the economy of Qatar during the global financial crisis of 2008. The report also describes how the economy of Qatar absorbed the effects of the economic downturn through the strengthening of its major assets and the reasons underlying the last financial crisis of 2008 and its effect on the economy of Qatar. The report goes on to evaluate the role that the Credit rating Agencies played in the GCC countries as well as the significant effects of the activities of the Credit rating Agencies in the Qatar economy... Did Credit Rating...
Hurricane Preparedness Planning for Law Enforcement Agencies.
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...Agencies Martin Sharkey Bellevue This proposal discusses hurricane planning for a law enforcement agency and the law enforcement needs before, during, and after an event, including what special teams, equipment, and training the agency would require in such an event. Research will be directed at employee needs, equipment, and specialized training. The focus will be towards law enforcement agencies employing less than 25 full-time law enforcement officers. Hurricane Planning for Small Coastal Law Enforcement Agencies States that border the Gulf of Mexico are extremely vulnerable to hurricanes and the flooding and wind damage... . The hurricanes that have struck the south Florida...
Religious diversity in the US public agencies
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...Agencies Diversity is one of the most commendable aspects that can occur in aplace of work because it enables people from different backgrounds, cultures, and religions can interact and learn a lot from one another. Over the years, there have been questions about religious diversity in the workplace, especially among government agencies where people from different religions tend to work together (Feldman 2005, p.10). Instances of religious discrimination tend to happen when people from different religions are treated differently or shunned because of their belief and this normally happens to those of minority religions in a workplace where there is a dominant... Religious Diversity in the U.S. Public...
United Nations Regional and Specialized Agencies
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...agencies The United Nations has five regional agencies that address the economic and social problems that are common or pervasive in a particular region, and promote cooperation to make international agreements possible. The UN Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) brings together countries not only from Europe but those from North America as well as economic groupings such as the European Union, NAFTA and the Commonwealth of Independent States. The UN Economic & Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP) mainly helps the countries of the region with regards to poverty alleviation, education, social rebuilding, infrastructure building... and environment protection. The UN Economic...
Comparative of two countries police agencies
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...agency 1- Australian Federal Police Officers: 5567 http://www.afp.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/24495/3.0_EnablingServices.pdf 2- Australian Capital Territory Policing 791.5 full time officers http://www.afp.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/3655... ://www.police.wa.gov.au/AboutUs/AboutUs.aspWhoAreWe http://www.aic.gov.au/policing/auspol.html b- Rank structure within the police agency/agencies Constable Constable 1/C (non-promotional rank) Senior Constable Sergeant Senior Sergeant Superintendent Commander Assistant Commissioner Deputy Commissioner Commissioner. http://www.nt.gov.au/pfes/police/aboutus/corporate/index.html c- Length of basic...
Use of Facebook by Non-Profit Agencies
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...agencies I work with a local non profit organization that seeks to help low income families particularly with children to obtain household necessities and one of our primary goals is to use Facebook as a tool for our organizational communication in order to streamline the functions of their management, educate other people about their activities and programs and interact with volunteers. Through these interactions, our organization can be able to establish closer relationships with all our stakeholders. There are a significant number of Facebook applications that make it particularly an indispensable tool for professional communications... ? How non-profit organizations can use Facebook for professional...
Key Performance Indicators in Public Procurement Agencies
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...Agencies, whether public sector or private corporation, promote fair and open competition to minimize deception and complicity. In Europe public procurement... ?Eco-Friendly Key Performance Indicators in Public Procurement Research Thesis Proposal [27 February ECO-FRIENDLY KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS INPUBLIC PROCUREMENT The fundamental purpose of procurement is to acquire appropriate utility?goods and services for various types of necessities. Today, the social enterprises and organizations are accustomed to the trade concepts. Their procurement process largely depends upon contracts of delivery. Such services help the community and public sector consumers and users. In simple words public procurement...
The role of federal agencies in fighting digital crime
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...Agencies in Fighting Digital Crime Affiliation) Introduction: With the increase in the use of internet and technology, digital crime has also simultaneously increased and is growing at a very fast rate. All the illegal acts like stealing information of something that is restricted for you or using services online without paying the owner, comes under the category of digital crime. Due to these illegal acts digital rights are used to stop these kinds of activities. Role of federal agencies in fighting digital crime: The law enforcement agencies and the federal agencies are facing new challenges due to the increase in the use of technology by criminals and terrorists... . These...
The role of federal agencies in fighting digital crime
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...Agencies in Fighting Digital Crime This paper discusses a number of law enforcement departments in the United States that have taken up the roles to fight computer crimes and terrorism. Additionally, it analyzes the challenges that have existed pertaining to the nature of these agencies and the factors that are common to each of them. The paper further gives suggestions on how to curb these crimes. Introduction In the current digital world, online communication has become the norm, users of internet and government institutions have accelerated the possibility of being targeted from the cyber crimes normally associated with the computer world (Stohi & Grabosky, 2010... ). With the...
Evolution of the internet and the impacts on travel agencies
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...Agencies Table of Contents Brief Analysis of the Issues: Impact of Evolution of Internet on Travel Agencies 3 Research Methodology 3 Comparative Analysis 4 References 7 Brief Analysis of the Issues: Impact of Evolution of Internet on Travel Agencies The modern age of information technology evolution has brought new advantages and benefits in business process. The travel agencies can store large number of data and information within a quick period of time through online strategy. In addition to this, implementation of online strategy improved the communication process with the customers and several business clients. Online travel agency has become... ? Evolution of the Internet and the impacts on Travel...
What are guidelines enforcement agencies can use for investigating hate/bias crimes? Describe the formats based on agencies with less than 100 sworn officers, agencies with 100 to 500 sworn officers, and agencies of 500 and more sworn officers. Reference
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...agencies, there are numerous bias incidents which are reported daily (International Association of Chiefs of Police, 2006). However, collecting such information is quite critical hence; the legislative bodies in several countries have implemented certain anti-hate crime acts. Additionally, in most countries, hate crimes are usually investigated by the alcohol bureau, explosives experts and the FBI’s Bias Crimes Unit. This paper will discuss... the investigation of bias crimes. As defined above, hate crimes are defined as criminal acts, which are committed because of the actual or perceived characteristics of the victim. Law enforcement agencies are supposed to respond to...
If drugs were legalized, would law enforcement agencies benefit?
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...agencies benefit? Introduction The perceived failure of to control the abuse of drug by stringent measures through law enforcement agencies has led to the call from some sectors for legalizing drugs and ridding the law enforcement agencies of this unnecessary burden. This raises the question that if drugs were legalized, would law enforcement agencies benefit? The Key Arguments in Favor of Drug Legalization The key argument behind the call for legalizing drugs is that the “War on Drugs” crackdown since 1979 has failed to make any dent in the percentage of drug abuse among the citizens of the United States of America (U.S.A). Drug addiction rate... this argument is for increasing the focus on...
M8 Land Use Discussion/National/International Agencies Paper
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...Agencies The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) is among the world’s first global environment agencies focused on promoting environmental conservation around... ? Land Use Discussion Effects of Building Homes and Business on Flood Plains, Beaches or Barrier Lands The impact of flooding on housing and households can be devastating. Fast-flowing floodwaters are capable of washing away entire buildings, businesses and communities. Although depending on the form of construction and characteristics of the flooding, some buildings may survive; other damages occur due to the corrosive effects of salinity and damping. People have in the past ignored warnings not to erect buildings and...
Set of laws governing public and private security agencies
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...Agencies a Comparison Introduction Law could be defined as the set of rules and regulations inspired by the indigenous culture of the concerned country, designed to protect the lives, properties and other belongings of particular area’s residents (Benson, 2007), for example American law is only applicable in America. However, there are general rules such as speaking the truth is applicable everywhere. The responsibility of protecting the citizens of the country lies in the domain of the government. But for the last few decades, the performance of political governments in the area of preserving the peace remained unsatisfactory (Avant, 2003... ). The rate of fatal crimes like homicides and cold...
Maritime and Port Security Initiatives by Federal Agencies
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...agencies became more aware of the dangers posed by terrorism from all the angles of transport into this country. With this, port security has become a critical area of debate for the US Congress and in the department of homeland security. The focus has shifted into developing and responding to proposals aimed at making maritime and port security better in order to protect the American population from preventable acts of terror. Presently, the American maritime system consists of three thousand seven hundred cargo and passenger handling terminals with other three hundred sea... Maritime security Introduction Since the terror attack witnesses in American soil in September of 2001, the USA federal agencies ...
An Organizational Structure and Administration of Law Enforcement Agencies
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...Agencies In general, organizational structure makes possible the application of theprocess of management and creates a framework of order and command through which the activities of the law enforcement agencies can be planned, organized, directed and controlled. Most of law enforcement agencies have the line organizational structure. This is a type of structure consisting of direct vertical relationships connecting the positions at each level with those above and below. These line relationships are the channels through which authority flows from its source to point; of action. The other types of structure are, in effect, modifications... An Organizational Structure and Administration of Law Enforcement...
The responsibilities of regulatory agencies in health care organizations.
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...Agencies overseeing compliance to Responsibilities of the Community Hospitals Every formal organization understands the importance of safety measures and the community hospitals are a no exception... ? Safety in a Community Hospital Safety in a Community Hospital Hospitals present one of the most hazardous places one canever work in. This is mainly because everything that doctors, nurses and other hospital stakeholder revolve around is dangerous. Name the chemicals used, the equipment they handle, the diversity of the patients they handle and the vulnerability they are exposed to for communicable ailments. All this plus other numerous examples validate the idea of safety in hospitals. The safety is not...
INTERPOL etc. communications between international law enforcement agencies
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...Agencies Background Introduction Today, certain conditions exist to support the notion that boosting international police cooperation is imperative in order to combat all types of criminalities; hence, it is particularly significant that police agencies and logicians forge strong collaboration across international borders. One specialized area of achieving the goal of winning over organized crimes and other kinds of transgressions is for international law enforcement agencies to build excellent communication structures and methodologies. Law Enforcement Agency - Brief Description Law enforcement agency is a phrase employed to classify... Interpol and Communication between International Law Enforcement...
Impact of internet on travel agencies in UK
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...AGENCIES IN THE UK Internet in tourism is "possibly one of the most exciting developments in travel and tourism since the industry was invested" (O'Conner 1999). The internet technology has also revolutionized the world of travel and tourism in much the same way that it has affected so many industries. Practically there are very few industries that have been affected by the internet. Since the 1980s, computers have become part of the new revolution of development of the world. This road to the development of the internet tourism industry can be understood in two phases. The first phase includes the introduction of computer technology in the travel business... and the various methods...
The militarization of our law enforcement agencies in America
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...agencies’ search missions work is closely related to effective application of the advanced kits hence need for the police to master their techniques. III. MAIN IDEA Militarized police operation strategies a. Supporting idea to III Owing to the level... Research Paper: Outline Sample I. Introduction This will be an overview of the increasing cases of security at local and global level which requires militarization of police.Besides, this part offers an insight into the concept of militarization and the socio-economic and political pressures that necessitates such a step. The ineffective community policing versus the rising criminal sophistication is pointed out in this section as a factor in...
A Critique of Federal Agencies Prior to the September 11
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...agencies prior to the September 11: Introduction: The failure by s to prevent terrorism led to the 9/11 bombing, some of the reasons why these institutions failed include the failure to share information among agencies, failure to prioritise terrorism and the use of outdate technology and techniques in preventing new forms of terrorism. Several agents are criticised for having failed to effective and efficient in preventing terrorism acts, some of these agents discussed in this paper include the FBI, the INS, CIA, immigration department and the FAA. The FBI: In February 1993 a bomb exploded under the twin towers and the FBI arrested proprietors of the act including Mohammed... A critique of federal...
How are schools agencies of empowerment and disempowerment
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...Agencies of Empowerment and Disempowerment Empowerment is the ability to decide confidently and act on that decision. It involves having access to resources for making these decisions. It is against any form of domination. It gives the rein of control to the individual and the power to exercise his rights. Empowerment and power are interlinked. "Empowerment comes from finding the power-from-within or power-to within us and rejecting models of power that imply power-over" (Irwin, 1996, p. 9). Disempowerment, on the other hand, is deprivation of power or influence, reduction in person's power and authority. A disempowered state arises when there is subjugation, discrimination and domination... Schools as...
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