Los Angeles Police Department
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...Angeles Police Department College: Los Angeles Police Department Los Angeles is one of most popular counties in California, USA. The history of Los Angeles is a long punctuated by a series of political waves and cultural development. The country of Los Angeles was founded back in the 18th century when only about 5,000 people lived in this region of California. This was the region that was occupied by most Mexican-Americans, unlike other regions in the United States of America. The country acquired its independence from Spain in the year 1821, when the people began serving under independent law. This was a critical period for the county as people enjoyed new freedom and the government started...
Los Angeles School Police Department
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...Angeles School Police Department Introduction: The Los Angeles School Police Department (LASPD) is in the United States and represents the largest independent department of school police. The department constitutes around 350 sworn police officers, 126 non-sworn school safety officers or SSOs, and 34 civilian staff for support who are committed towards performing their responsibilities for the LASPD. Considering the Los Angeles County, LASPD is the fifth largest police department, and recorded as the 14th largest in California. The department serves its customers through several assignments and services. Its customers include the school students, and the faculty of the schools... and the...
Relationship of Police Department Size to Quality of Police Services (US)
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...police service like proper training of policemen, management and organization of police structure and use of latest investigative technologies. The essay compares the Los Angeles city police department with New York City Police department in order to identify the relationship between the service quality of the police and department size. The case of Hurricane Katrina is also described as an example that illustrates the effects of having lesser police force to control more area and flow of work. The research work reveals that there is significance relationship between... Running Head: Police Department Size and Service Quality Relationship between Police Department Size and Quality of Services in United s ...
News Assignment
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...Angeles Police Department at Getty House -- Deputy Chief Charles Beck wins the race to the post of the next Chief of the Los Angeles Police Department (Ewton, 2007). Part 2 To cover the story on the appointment of Deputy Chief Charles Beck, an interview needs to be arranged with Charles Beck to analyze his progressive reforms; how he controlled gang violence in the city. Interview can reveal Beck’s way of functioning in becoming a coalition builder of most risk-prone neighborhoods. It needs to highlight his innovative leadership traits, paving the way to his appointment to the rank of the Chief of the Los Angeles... News Assignment Part Mayor Villaraigosa finally appoints Charles Beck to head the Los...
Theory and Empirics in Qualitative Geographic Research
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...Policing Space: Territoriality and the Los Angeles Police Department” is authored by Steven Herbert, which mainly discusses the six normative orders that are fundamental parts of the framework of the police organization. The book is highly informative especially for people who are interested in policing. The author seems to have gathered his research through fieldwork, and the data gathered are mainly from observations. This means that the author uses qualitative research processes in formulating his analysis and conclusions regarding the various factors at play in police work. He presents his data through anecdotes... Statistics: Theory and Empirics in Qualitative Geographic Research The book “Policing ...
Team Assignment 1
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...Policing Admittedly, racial discrimination in not an uncommon problem in the history of United States law enforcement. Leading law enforcement agencies like the Los Angeles Police Department have been publicly notorious for the use of excessive force against gangs, especially African American gangs. However, racial discrimination in Los Angeles policing involves less racial biasness than perceived by the society. Actually, citizens seem to harbor more intense racial biasness compared to police officers. What is being misconstrued as racial bias in Los Angeles policing is technically the lack of fluency about African American communities by police officers (Diane, 2008... Team Assignment Racial Bias in...
The Rampart Scandal
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...Angeles Police Department, the Rampart Scandal emerges as one of the most shocking cases of police corruption and foul cover up of the 20th century. History of the LAPD The LAPD's motto is 'To protect and serve' (Los Angeles Police Department, 2008). However, through numerous occasions involving corruption, obstructions of justice, racially motivated beatings and officers drug dealing, the city's police force's image has been tarnished and re-tarnished again and again as being recognized as an law enforcement agency unlike any other the country or the world has ever seen. Lawlessness as it would... RUNNING HEAD: The Rampart Scandal The Rampart Scandal Joshua Goodlow www.acadmeia-research.com 12/19/08...
Police Brutality
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...police brutality. King, a divorcee with kids, was violently harmed and beaten by police enforcers of Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) sometime in 1991 after he was caught by authorities robbing a store and have gravely threatened and lambasted the storeowner with an iron bar (Cannon, 1999). King was beaten by police badly and such incident was captured by media workers who magnified it to public eyes, and subsequently caused dissension amongst black community—people who have viewed the incident as glaring proof of racial prejudice and discrimination (Cannon, 1999). Police were subjected in a court trial but whose acquittal... Law Topic: Police Brutality Introduction Police are law enforcers of the...
The Los Angeles riots of 1992
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...Angeles Police Department officers of assault and use of excessive force, began on April 29th 1992 in South Los Angeles then spread out into other areas of the Los Angeles metropolitan area of California. In the hours and days that followed the verdict, thousands of people joined and participated in the riots (King & Spagnola, 2012). Rodney King and two other passengers, on March 3rd 1991, were driving through the Lake View Terrace neighborhood of Los Angeles westwards on the Foothill Freeway (I-120) when the Californian Highway Patrol (CHP) attempted to initiate a traffic stop. King... The Los Angeles Riots of 1992 Number Following the acquittal of police officers on trial that had been videotaped in a ...
Police corruption
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...department as evident from the case of Franck Serpico in the early 1970s. Nevertheless, over the past few decades, many scandals have appeared on the surface, which indicate that substantial police corruption is prevalent in several police department all across the United States (Office of International Criminal Justice, p. 16). Consider the example of Los Angeles Police Department Rampant Division in the late 1990s, which was rocked to its sheer core when the Rampant Scandal broke which implicated more than 6 dozen police officers in several...
Educational Goals
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...Angeles Police Department. The education at the University helped me develop ethics and work values, which were highly applicable in criminal justice. Through the education, I got exposure to relevant criminal justice literature and materials, which I applied throughout my work-life... ? Educational Goals School Educational Goals My education at the of Phoenix enabled me to achieve my professional and personal goals in a number of areas: it enabled me to acquire professional competence and to develop the values required for a criminal justice professional. I gained specific disciplinary knowledge in criminal justice, which helped me perform my roles as a polygraph examination professional at the Los...
Police Excessive Use of Force
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...police must be taken seriously and dealt with on their own terms, lest they undermine trust and confidence in the police.” (Police use of excessive force. 2002). Gender Issues In recent years the US police has spent so much money to give civil liability to the victims of excessive police force. An interesting study tells that women officers cost less amount than male officers in this regard. Compared to their male counterparts women officers face lesser citizen complaints and allegations of excessive force. A study conducted on Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) revealed that “$63.4 million was paid out during the ten-year period from 1990 to 1999 for judgements or settlements... Police Excessive Use...
Police Brutality Law Research Paper
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...police brutality. King, a divorcee with kids, was violently harmed and beaten by police enforcers of Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) sometime in 1991 after he was caught by authorities robbing a store and have gravely threatened and lambasted the storeowner with an iron bar (Cannon, 1999). King was beaten by police badly and such incident was captured by media workers who magnified it to public eyes, and subsequently caused dissension amongst black community—people who have viewed the incident as glaring proof of racial prejudice and discrimination (Cannon, 1999). Police were subjected in a court trial but whose acquittal resulted... Law Topic: Police Brutality Introduction Police are law enforcers ...
Educational Goals
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...Angeles Police Department. The education at the university helped me develop ethics and work values, which were highly applicable in criminal justice. Through the education, I got exposure to relevant criminal justice literature and materials, which I applied throughout my work-life. Through... Educational goals School Educational Goals My education at the of Phoenix enabled me to reach my professional and personal goals in a number of areas: it enabled me acquire professional competence and to develop the values required from a criminal justice professional. I gained specific disciplinary knowledge in criminal justice, which helped me perform my roles as a polygraph examination professional at the Los...
How Police Conduct Themselves in the Public Eye
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...police officer commits a more heinous crime than the one he is trying to prevent. In some of these cases, the problem affects police nationwide. In the last 50 years in American policing, some of these conflicts have been exacerbated by nationwide media coverage. One of the most remembered incidents involved the beating of Rodney King at the hands of the Los Angeles Police Department. In 1991, an African-American was assaulted by four white police officers. These police officers were later acquitted in 1992, which precipitated the 1992 riots that reflected deep racial mistrust between urban populations and the police in charge of maintaining social order. Of course, the interaction... ?Running head:...
Law Enforcement Deviance
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...Angeles been involved in a scandal like the one it faced within the department’s Rampart Area. Allegations of false arrest reports, perjury, police brutality, evidence planting, and even murder plagued the department. What may have started out as an attempt to stop the growing figures of “gang related” crimes in the Rampart Area of Los Angeles, turned into one of the worst scandals to humiliate the city and tarnish the department’s reputation. Possibly, the worst misconduct came from the Department’s managers who ignored warning signs and failed to provide leadership, oversight, management, and supervision to the unit... ? Law Enforcement Deviance Affiliation Introduction Never before, had the of Los...
Video cameras in police
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...police and the public surged to the front of the technological investigative world when “in 1991, viewers across the country tuning in their evening news watched in horror and fascination as Los Angeles Police Officers brought down motorist Rodney King.” (Olsen) As the ordeal of Mr. King was watched in horror by the American public, this record of his beating by members of the Los Angeles Police Department would spark a series of events that would change the public view of the police. Officers were charged with crimes... Client The Advent of the Use of Video in Police Cars The use of video recording from thevehicle of a police officer has become a routine tool for recording the interaction between the...
Lawsuits Against the Police
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...police (Barak, 2007, p.507). The Justice Department of the United States has the powers to sue police departments under the Violent Crime Control Act (1994) for such misconduct (Barak, 2007, p.506). In the last two decades, such prosecutions included cases against: New Jersey Police Department to limit its reliance on racial profiling in traffic stops; an Ohio police force to reduce its use of excessive force; the Pittsburgh police department for increased oversight and accountability; and the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) over the Rampart scandal, where, in August 2000, a federal judge ruled that the government’s antiracketeering statute …could be used against the police... ? Law Suits Against...
Grant proposal presentation
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...Police Department in Los Angeles, California. There is distrust, insecurities, and lack of support coming from the Police Department and vice versa. There may be many reasons as to why this takes place. At this moment this Planning Officer will focus on how the funds from the philanthropist will be best used and suited to help with the communication between these two groups. The concept of this grant proposal will have various elements. It will be a pilot project. It proposes... Grant Proposal Presentation Getting to Know the Hispanic Community It would be superfluous to mention that throughout the history of the United s of America many problems in the Hispanic communities have arisen involving the...
Broken Windows Concept
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...Department of police Boston and the Los Angeles Police Department have hired Kelling as a consultant. In 1990, William J. Bratton was made the chief head of the New York City Transit Police (Kelling & Wilson, 1982). In 1993 after his election as Mayor of New York City, Republican Ruddy Giuliani used the police commissioner position to implement the strategy. Giuliani was dedicated to putting... Broken Windows Concept Proponents of the broken windows concept In 1985, George L. Kelling was hired as a consultant to the New York City and David L. Gunn implemented measures to test the broken windows theory. The presence of graffiti keenly targeted, and subway system cleaned in an effort from 1984 until 1990....
RULES OF EVIDENCE ADMISSIBILITY
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...Angeles Police Department at the crime scene and the court room (Kaplan, 2009). The tampered gloves, inconsistencies in the blood sample handling and poor crime scene management are some of the most outstanding weaknesses that Chrochan capitalized on. It was only in a later civil ruling that Simpson was charged with the wrongful death of Nicole Brown and Ronald Goldman... ?Running Head: Rules of Evidence Admissibility Rules of Evidence Admissibility Rules of Evidence Admissibility The trial and a quittance of Orenthal James Simpson (O.J Simpson) in 1994 through 95 have been deemed as a delightful novel that came to life. The American Football player faced two counts of murder, which involved the murder...
RULES OF EVIDENCE ADMISSIBILITY
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...Angeles Police Department at the crime scene and the court room (Kaplan, 2009). The tampered gloves, inconsistencies in the blood sample handling and poor crime scene management are some of the most outstanding weaknesses that Chrochan capitalized on. It was only in a later civil ruling that Simpson was charged with the wrongful death of Nicole Brown and Ronald Goldman... Running Head: Rules of Evidence Admissibility Rules of Evidence Admissibility Rules of Evidence Admissibility The trial and a quittance of Orenthal James Simpson (O.J Simpson) in 1994 through 95 have been deemed as a delightful novel that came to life. The American Football player faced two counts of murder, which involved the murder of ...
Law
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...Police Commissioners of the City of Los Angeles and the Los Angeles Police Department (“LAPD”) engaged in the practice of depriving individuals of constitutional rights by using excessive force, false arrests, improper searches and seizures, all in violation of 14141 42 U.S.C. 14141. From the support of the some officers and a number of community groups and individuals, especially being people of color that attested to have suffered the injustices, formed the basis of the suit against the City defendants. Thus, in this case the court should accord the victim (Joe) proper representation in court, instead of supporting the actions of the police officer... Violation Officer Jones violated Joe’s right (en d...
Ethics, Terrorism, and the Future of Policing.
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...police departments have started improving their communication and collaboration with Arab-American communities. Though it has become evident that Arab-Americans are still highly suspicious of the federal agencies, generally, all law enforcement agencies expressed the desire to improve relations with the Arab-American communities. A look into the renewed attitude of the Los Angeles Police Department in meeting terrorism will prove that the agency has well understood its role in preventing terrorism. To illustrate, according to Downing (2009), the Deputy Chief and Commanding Officer of the Counter-terrorism and Criminal Intelligence Bureau, the police have adopted such a policing... ? Ethics, Terrorism and ...
Murder and Media
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...Angeles and the LAPD," though only the better part of a decade after the incident. In the book, Lou Cannon lucids presents his case that the four Los Angeles Police Department officers prosecuted in 1992 for beating Rodney King were merely scapegoats for the deadly riots that took place in the Los Angeles city soon after the police officers received their not-guilty verdicts. Lou Cannon reveals how the crucial first few seconds of the tape was most deliberately edited out from the version shown on all the television... Murder and Media: The Rodney King Case The TV stations played the Rodney King tape again and again, as if it were a perverse act of brutality committed by the police and captured on...
Criminology-Police Brutality
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...Police Brutality In 1991, a videotape taken by a bystander of a man being beaten up by four armed policemen – three of whom were white and one, Latin American -- was given prominent airtime in news and public information shows all over the United States. The footage showed officers of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) violently striking one Rodney King with a baton until he could no longer stand up and using an electroshock weapon on his person. In a controversial verdict, the police officers were acquitted of the charges that they used “assault by force likely to produce great bodily injury” and with assault “under color of authority... .” This triggered massive riots in the streets...
Mutation of the Television Police Drama through the Decades
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...police drama. The genre was pioneered on TV by Jack Webb, bringing his Dragnet from radio in 1951, and the show lasted for over twenty years. The show was indeed groundbreaking for its time with the show’s stars rotating between the various divisions. Dragnet was realistic because it was filmed in cooperation with the Los Angeles... ?John Jones Marie Johnson Drama 101 23 October Mutation of the Television Police Drama Through the Decades Television has evolved in many ways since its humble beginnings in the late forties. The first TV’s had grainy black and white pictures on screens almost too tiny to see, with huge cathode ray tubes that constantly needed repair. One had to rely on “rabbit ears” antennas ...
The City Hall of Los Angeles
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...Angeles Police Department badges since 1940. Structural Systems The structure was build to serve as a government center equivalent in early times to the palace. But this one serves as office and management center for wide government operations and handling major activities such as meetings, conferences, seminars, and storing official documents of the city. The building both served as an executive and legislative center. The Mayor of Los Angeles holds office in room 300 and the LA City Council meets here... PART 3: The Contemporary Architectural Work The LA A show of might in contemporary times The LA Hall is a magnificent work of architecture in recent times. The building represents, cultural,...
Police science
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...Angeles Police Department says he was struck by the idea of being exposed to such chaos all the time. "It's just a scary thing," Wall says, "I can do it and walk away from it." Those with serious mental illness, however, cannot. Community members like John Kowal, 54, work with CITs to provide officers with a more intimate knowledge and understanding of psychosis. Kowal, who suffers from bipolar disorder and alcoholism, has been working with Miami's Police Department and inmates as a "peer specialist." His duties range from consultant to mediator to companion. "I can bond with [mentally ill inmates]. I can say, 'Hey, I was in jail. I take... Challenges of providing high quality police service for...
Comparative essay
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...Angeles police department. The two artists, Chicano Guillermo Gome-Pena and Roberto Sifuentes, collaborated to produce a popular project, The Cruci-fiction Project, during 1994 (Dutta 210). The Golden Gate Bridge democratic artwork shows their disgust over the procedural hindrances of the Immigration... . During April 1994 event, the collaborators’ costumes represented the undocumented bandits trying to enter the United States. Further, Roberto depicted the gang members who were trying to enter the United States. The April 1994 event questions why prevailing United States sentiments blame the immigrants for the United States’ rising criminal activities. Likewise, the two created the theme of...
Police Officers' Problems in the 21st Century
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...policing in Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2005. Dempsey, John S. and Linda S. Forst. An Introduction to Policing. London: Cengage Learning, 2007. Glenn, Russell W. Training the 21st century police officer:redefining police professionalism for the Los Angeles Police Department, Issue 1745. Washington: Rand Corporation, 2003. Hodgson, James Fredrick and Catherine Orban. Public policing in the 21st century:issues and dilemmas in the U.S. and Canada. New York: Criminal Justice Press, 2005. Miller, Linda S., Karen M. Hess and Christine Hess...
Police Corruption: A History in America
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...Police Misconduct: A Reader for the 21st Century, P 132-144, 2001, Michael J. Palmiotto, ed. -- See NCJ-193774). United States. Thomas, D. J. (2011). Professionalism in policing: an introduction. Clifton Park, NY: Delmar Cengage Learning. Lasley, J. R. (2013). Los Angeles Police Department meltdown: the fall of the professional-reform model of policing. Boca Raton: CRC Press. Tonry, M. H. (2011). The Oxford handbook of crime and criminal justice. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Garner, G. W. (2003). Common sense police supervision: practical tips for the first-line leader (3rd ed.). Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas, Publisher.... ? Police Corruption in United s Introduction...
Justice with Iron Fists: The Brutal Truth about Police Brutality
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...Police Brutality In 1991, a videotape taken by a bystander of a man being beaten up by four armed policemen - three of whom were white and one, Latin American -- was given prominent airtime in news and public information shows all over the United States. The footage showed officers of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) violently striking one Rodney King with a baton until he could no longer stand up and using an electroshock weapon on his person. In a controversial verdict, the police officers were acquitted of the charges that they used "assault by force likely to produce great bodily injury" and with assault "under color of authority... Justice with Iron Fists: The Brutal Truth about Police...
Movie Review Based on the Video "The Eye of the Storm" and the Movie "Crash"
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...Angeles Police Department and is a law abiding citizen. But he belongs to the subordinate black race and the fact that he is successful does not cushion him from humiliation of the white racists. His race does not allow him to enjoy the respect and social status of a white man. Hanson has not only failed to protect his family but also himself against the inhuman treatment. 3. John Ryan- the white LAPD John Ryan is a member of Los Angeles Police Department who is white and he is able to perpetuate racism with impunity. He is protected by his racial status and cannot be charged by a black person in a court of law. A good example is when he molested Cameron’s wife and Cameron could do nothing... ?Based On...
Should local and state police have the authority to check on immigration status?
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...Angeles, for instance, the local agencies have such as the Los Angeles police department have incorporated policies that are against the routine checking of immigration status (Fitzgerald, 19). This is because the routine checking of immigration status will result to the illegal immigrants becoming less cooperative in other matters that require police involvement. These policies have existed since 1979 (Fitzgerald, 19). The mere perception of local law enforcers acquiring the authority to enforce the immigration laws... ?Running head: SHOULD LOCAL AND POLICE HAVE THE ITY TO CHECK ON IMMIGRATION STATUS Should local and police have the ity to check on immigration status? Insert Name Insert Grade Course...
Should local and state police have the authority to check on immigration status?
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...Angeles, for instance, the local agencies have such as the Los Angeles police department have incorporated policies that are against the routine checking of immigration status (Fitzgerald, 19). This is because the routine checking of immigration status will result to the illegal immigrants becoming less cooperative in other matters that require police involvement. These policies have existed since 1979 (Fitzgerald, 19). The mere perception of local law enforcers acquiring the authority to enforce the immigration... Running head: SHOULD LOCAL AND POLICE HAVE THE ITY TO CHECK ON IMMIGRATION STATUS Should local and police have the ity to check on immigration status? Insert Name Insert Grade Course Insert Tut...
Aspects of Policing
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...Angeles Police Department would get the blame for starting the Watts Riot (Johnson, 2003). Innumerable buildings shooting flames into the night sky and looters carrying televisions and appliances away from shattered businesses would be occurrences that the American public would see again and again (Johnson, 2003). Riots seemed to engulf the nation in 1967 and 1968, especially in the wake... , the pro-Shaw Iranians and "patriots" of non-Iranian extraction fought the anti­ Shaw Iranians on the streets and in the hills of that posh city (Wilson & Taub, 2006). The Jewish Defense League and others got into the fight and the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department...
Responding to the Problem Police Officer: Strategies of Early Intervention
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...police department. Look at 60% applicants, illustrated by the Los Angeles Police Department, who could not get the desired position due to lack of vision. The existing top brass of the police department in favor of recruiting a person having perfect eye sight in order to mitigate the risk for themselves and for their fellow officers (Med-Tox, 2011). The screening test to determine good or bad vision of an inductee is difficult since in the job description there is no such condition. Therefore, it is time for the police department to decide what should be the minimum criterion for a new recruit in the police department. Without any specific criteria, the absorption... ? Responding to the Problem Police...
Homeland Security
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...department. Additionally, in terms of quality, FDLE always deliver superior services to the community member of the state by secure them against uncertain terrorism assault (Florida Department of law Enforcement, 2013). Agency 3 1. Name of the Agency Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) a. Jurisdiction The LAPD is regarded as one the major law enforcement agencies operating under the DHS within the city area of Los Angeles, California. Hence, the operations of LAPD are directly controlled by the central level and the local jurisdiction of Los Angeles (City of Los Angeles, 2013). b. Size LAPD... ? Homeland Security Agency 1. of the Agency Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) a. Jurisdiction FEMA...
Evidence based practices
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...police work. With the decline in the economy came a downpour of contenders, but at the same time, ultimately, slashed money for recruitment and hiring. The LAPD – Los Angeles Police Department – has experienced the recession intensely. The agency’s advertising funds were cut by 60% in economic year of 2009, city workers concerned in applicant dispensation have been furloughed habitually... ? Evidence Based Practices Evidence Based Practices Recruiting diverse, skilled candi s is a frequent challenge for law enforcement agencies, their routine (Matthies, 2011). At the beginning of the new millennium, numerous metropolitan agencies confirmed that there was a shortage of qualified individuals attracted to...
Evidence based practices
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...police work. With the decline in the economy came a downpour of contenders, but also, ultimately, slashed money for recruitment and hiring. The LAPD – Los Angeles Police Department – has experienced the recession intensely. The agency’s advertising funds were cut by 60% in economic year 2009, city workers concerned in applicant dispensation have been furloughed habitually, and in March, 2009, the Town... Evidence Based Practices Evidence Based Practices Recruiting diverse, skilled candi s is a frequent challenge for law enforcement agencies (Matthies, 2011). At the beginning of the new millennium, numerous metropolitan agencies confirmed that there was a shortage of qualified individuals attracted to...
The Zoot Suit Riots
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...Angeles Police Department. In the process Leyvas and 21 other Mexican youth were convicted of the murder through the Los Angeles tabloid journals and Leyvas was sentenced to life in San Quentin. A few months later the zoot suit riots broke out and this would be one of the worse problems in Los Angeles history. Zoot Suit Culture In order to understand the zoot suit riots, it is important to understand a little about the zoot suit culture. Zoot suits were a popular dress that African Americans wore during the jazz era. It was a flashy outfit and it was a bit outrageous. It had broad shoulders, a narrow waist and balloon pants. It was a way of expression that let people... The Zoot Suit Riots The Zoot...
Assignment #27
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...Angeles Police Department had tried to hush up the gross injustice propagated by the thoughtless and insensitive action by people like Fuhrman. In Simpson’s view, there needs to be a transparency in the measures taken (and not taken) by LAPD with regard to such issues. On the contrary, the civil population is deliberately... Assignment #27 O.J Simpson’s article “Prosecute Fuhrman in the Court of Public Opinion” reveals an exhortative oratorical style that is characteristic of the writer. In issues where a public consensus is in dire demand, initiatives like this taken by peoples’ leaders make a great difference to the generally held ethical views. 2. The author investigates the ways in which the Los Ange...
Rodney King Beating
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...Police Brutality and Racial Profiling: Looking Back At Rodney King Beating By ID # April 17, 2009 ExecutiveSummary In March 1991, officers of the Los Angeles Police Department brutalized African-American Rodney King for failure to pull over when asked. A hidden videotape recording the event helped in delivery of justice, only after severe protests and riots over the "unfair acquittal" by an all-white jury of the officers involved. While Rodney King may have received justice, there are many victims of police racial profiling and brutalization who do not receive justice, because of police manipulation of events and witnesses. Introduction Police officers are often portrayed as protectors... of...
The Effectiveness of Special Weapons and Tactics Teams (SWAT).
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...Angeles Police Department was the first in the country to adopt the tactical team concept. The individual who became the first commander of the pioneering Los Angeles Police Department SWAT, (Daryl Gates), states in his autobiography, “Chief My Life in the LAPD”, “I neither developed SWAT tactics nor did I develop any of its uncharacteristic equipment” (Gates). He wrote that he was in favor of the concept, and he supported his people to put their collective energies together in developing the operation, and he provided as much moral support... 1 THE EFFECTIVENESS OF SPECIAL WEAPONS AND TACTICS TEAM A Capstone Learning Experience ...
The Effectiveness of Special Weapons and Tactics Teams (SWAT).
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...Angeles Police Department was the first in the country to adopt the tactical team concept. The individual who became the first commander of the pioneering Los Angeles Police Department SWAT, (Daryl Gates), states in his autobiography, "Chief My Life in the LAPD", "I neither developed SWAT tactics nor did I develop any of its uncharacteristic equipment" (Gates). He wrote that he was in favor of the concept, and he supported his people to put their collective energies together... 1 THE EFFECTIVENESS OF SPECIAL WEAPONS AND TACTICS TEAM A Capstone Learning Experience By Justine Patters...
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...Angeles Police Department explanation to the explanation to The New York Times Magazine; the most crimes that concerned jewelry shops mainly carried out by Colombians, as according to his statements seeing six Colombians in a car outside a jewelry store; they were probably planning to rob the shop. Racial profiling deemed rampant in America in the war against terrorism and crime in general. The police scrutinize black men and people from the Middle East more than they scrutinize women... ? Race and Stereotypes in Contemporary American Society Insert Insert Existence and Status of Race and Stereotypes in Contemporary American Society Introduction For many years in America, racial prejudice expression is...
Use of Deadly Force
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...Angeles Police Department (LAPD) and Mumbai police department in terms of encounters or using firearms as a deadly force. Taking example of an incident where account reached 28 dead and 27 wounded in 45 separate shooting incidents. The target of this squad were said to be robbers and burglars who ha d no defenders in the public. After tallying with the forensic evidence the excessive use of lethal force and weapons, other missing communications etc. point out that the main intensions of the officers... ?Running Head: USE OF DEADLY FORCE Use of Deadly Force The use of various types of force has always been anessential part of police. The difference between the use of justified, a legal force and illegal...
Police and Education
53 pages (13250 words) , Download 1 , Dissertation
...police professionalism for the Los Angeles Police Department/. Santa Monica, CA: Rand. Glen and the other authors described the consent degree arrangement entered by the city of Los Angeles with the United States Department of Justice. They described that consent degree is nothing but a settlement agreement that aims to foster integrity of police and to avoid conduct that deprives persons of privileges search and seizure, rights or immunities protected or secured by the Constitution or laws of the United States. This book analyzes about the...
Rodney King
5 pages (1250 words) , Research Paper
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...Angeles. It was on this particular day that the city, the United States and the rest of the civilized world was treated to what could be simply labeled as police brutality due to the apparently unprovoked attacked by a group of officers of the City police department on a Black resident named Rodney King. The subsequent acquittal of some of the officers involved resulted in one of the most massive backlashes by the colored people in the country in the form of riots in the City. This paper attempts to review the whole incident... Angeles, being beaten up by four White officers of the Los Angeles Police Department, who used a...
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