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After watching (Prison Systems) the video assigned for this week (Gladiator Days

After watching (Prison Systems) the video assigned for this week (Gladiator Days), write your Discussion Board post on the following questions: 1. Who are the inmates in our prisons across the nation? In other words, what are the demographics of our prison inmates? Basic information is more than sufficient for this response. You do not need to include exact statistics, etc. Just let us know the types of people housed in prisons. Are they after being “booked” by the police as they await their arraignment? Are they on death row? Who are our inmates in prisons? 2. After reviewing all of that information and viewing the video for this week (Gladiator Days), comment on the following: Why is understanding an agency/department mission important and what is the mission of any (state or Federal is ok with me) prison in the United States? You are free to choose and look up any prison mission statement, which is very easy to locate when you look up a prison website.
What are the basics of how inmate security classification works? Do you believe the staff in the Gladiator Days accurately classified the inmates we see in that video (the violent ones, not the ones just standing around doing nothing)? Why or why not? What is the architecture style of the prison unit we see in the video, Gladiator Days? Do you believe any of the other architecture styles would have been safer than what we saw in the stabbing incident in Gladiator Days? Why or why not?
Please comment on anything else that relates to the chapter and video, if you feel it’s appropriate to include in your discussion.
VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qcKAW-xkOig

Chapter 15- Discuss the debate between non-smokers who assert their right to bre

Chapter 15- Discuss the debate between non-smokers who assert their right to breathe clean air, and smokers who assert that their personal rights to smoke are being infringed upon by current regulations.
Chapter 16- Discuss whether drug testing should occur in the workplace. What types of jobs? What individual rights might be infringed upon?

Can you help me understand this Criminal Justice question?Chapter three(3) outli

Can you help me understand this Criminal Justice question?Chapter three(3) outlines the elements of the criminal law.1. Identify and explain the elements of a crime. 2. You will have noticed that motive isn’t an element of proofing culpability in a criminal accusation. How is motive different from mens rea?3. In your opinion, should motive also be an element in the criminal law? Why or why not?
Requirements: 1 page

I’m working on a criminal justice report and need a sample draft to help me lear

I’m working on a criminal justice report and need a sample draft to help me learn.Write a 750-1,000-word essay that addresses the following:Why do we separate the roles within the justice system? Explain the importance of having a separation of authority, roles, and responsibilities in the Justice system.
Why is criminal investigation interrogation handled mostly by the police rather than the judiciary or corrections?
Explain how morality and ethics affect Police interrogation practices.
Explain how a police ethics code informs Police interrogation practices.
Be sure to cite three to five relevant scholarly sources in support of your content. Use only sources found at the GCU Library, government websites, or those provided in Topic Materials.This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.Benchmark InformationThis assignment assesses the following programmatic competency:BS Justice Studies4.2- Explain the necessity of having separation of authority, roles, and responsibilities in the justice system.
Requirements: 750-1,000 Words

Can you help me understand this Criminal Justice question?InstructionsIn this as

Can you help me understand this Criminal Justice question?InstructionsIn this assignment, you will write an essay on the historical, ever-changing definitions and trends of both domestic and global terrorism among public agencies, private entities, and global organizations. Further, evaluate the impact of these changes on domestic and global terrorism. Use the CSU Online Library to locate a scholarly article to answer the questions below. How has the definition of domestic and global terrorism changed from inception to today among various agencies?
How has the definition of domestic and global terrorism changed among public and private organizations and government agencies?
Why do so many variations of the definition of domestic and global terrorism exist?
Is a universal definition of terrorism possible? Why, or why not? What are the pros and cons of establishing a universal definition for the world?
Why did the definition of domestic and global terrorism change among all these agencies after the events of 9/11?
Your completed essay should be a minimum of two pages in length, not counting the title and reference pages. All sources used, including the textbook, must be cited and referenced according to APA guidelines.
Requirements: its a min of 2 pages as much as needed to answer the essay

I’m working on a criminal justice discussion question and need support to help m

I’m working on a criminal justice discussion question and need support to help me study.1. Do you consider alcohol a drug? Should men or women have the right to sell sexual favors if they so choose?2. How would you punish a web page defacer who placed an antiwar message on a government site? Prison? Fine?3. What might be the best strategy to reduce teenage drug use?4. How would you punish a web page defacer who placed an antiwar message on a government site? What guidelines would you recommend for the use of IT in law enforcement?5. Are we becoming a “Big Brother” society and is the loss of personal privacy worth the price of safety?
Requirements: 200 + words overall

I’m working on a criminal justice writing question and need support to help me s

I’m working on a criminal justice writing question and need support to help me study.Icduygu and Toktas (2002) state, “the extent to migrate and their desperation and vulnerability are the strength and backbone of the trafficking business and these factors ensure their continuing operations and tremendous profits” (p. 30). In 400 to 500 words, describe the risks to those being trafficked and the risks of this dymanic? Cite correctly according to APA Writing Style format (6th edition). Requirements: 400-500 Words

I’m working on a criminal justice report and need a sample draft to help me stud

I’m working on a criminal justice report and need a sample draft to help me study.Write a 750-1,000-word essay that addresses the following:Why do we separate the roles within the justice system? Explain the importance of having a separation of authority, roles, and responsibilities in the Justice system.
Why is criminal investigation interrogation handled mostly by the police rather than the judiciary or corrections?
Explain how morality and ethics affect Police interrogation practices.
Explain how a police ethics code informs Police interrogation practices.
Be sure to cite three to five relevant scholarly sources in support of your content. Use only sources found at the GCU Library, government websites, or those provided in Topic Materials.This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.Benchmark InformationThis assignment assesses the following programmatic competency:BS Justice Studies4.2- Explain the necessity of having separation of authority, roles, and responsibilities in the justice system.
Requirements: 750-1,000 Words

I’m studying for my Criminal Justice class and need an explanation.Capstone Case

I’m studying for my Criminal Justice class and need an explanation.Capstone CaseAre Words That Are So Insulting That They May Lead a Reasonable Person to Violence Protected Speech under the First Amendment?Chaplinsky v. New Hampshire, 315 U.S. 568 (1942)Mr. Justice Murphy delivered the opinion of the Court.Appellant, a member of the sect known as Jehovah’s Witnesses, was convicted in the municipal court of Rochester, New Hampshire, for violation of Chapter 378, Section 2, of the Public Laws of New Hampshire: “No person shall address any offensive, derisive or annoying word to any other person who is lawfully in any street or other public place, nor call him by any offensive or derisive name, nor make any noise or exclamation in his presence and hearing with intent to deride, offend or annoy him, or to prevent him from pursuing his lawful business or occupation.”The complaint charged that appellant, “with force and arms, in a certain public place in said city of Rochester, to-wit, on the public sidewalk on the easterly side of Wakefield Street, near unto the entrance of the City Hall, did unlawfully repeat the words following, addressed to the complainant, that is to say, “You are a God damned racketeer” and “a damned Fascist and the whole government of Rochester are Fascists or agents of Fascists,” the same being offensive, derisive and annoying words and names. . . .By motions and exceptions, appellant raised the questions that the statute was invalid under the Fourteenth Amendment of the Constitution of the United States in that it placed an unreasonable restraint on freedom of speech, freedom of the press, and freedom of worship, and because it was vague and indefinite. These contentions were overruled, and the case comes here on appeal.There is no substantial dispute over the facts. Chaplinsky was distributing the literature of his sect on the streets of Rochester on a busy Saturday afternoon. Members of the local citizenry complained to the City Marshal, Bowering, that Chaplinsky was denouncing all religion as a “racket.” Bowering told them that Chaplinsky was lawfully engaged, and then warned Chaplinsky that the crowd was getting restless. Some time later, a disturbance occurred and the traffic officer on duty at the busy intersection started with Chaplinsky for the police station, but did not inform him that he was under arrest or that he was going to be arrested. On the way, they encountered Marshal Bowering, who had been advised that a riot was under way and was therefore hurrying to the scene. Bowering repeated his earlier warning to Chaplinsky, who then addressed to Bowering the words set forth in the complaint.Chaplinsky’s version of the affair was slightly different. He testified that when he met Bowering, he asked him to arrest the ones responsible for the disturbance. In reply, Bowering cursed him and told him to come along. Appellant admitted that he said the words charged in the complaint, with the exception of the name of the Deity.Over appellant’s objection, the trial court excluded, as immaterial, testimony relating to appellant’s mission “to preach the true facts of the Bible,” his treatment at the hands of the crowd, and the alleged neglect of duty on the part of the police. This action was approved by the court below, which held that neither provocation nor the truth of the utterance would constitute a defense to the charge.It is now clear that “Freedom of speech and freedom of the press, which are protected by the First Amendment from infringement by Congress, are among the fundamental personal rights and liberties which are protected by the Fourteenth Amendment from invasion by state action.” Lovell v. Griffin, 303 U.S. 444, 450. Freedom of worship is similarly sheltered. Cantwell v. Connecticut, 310 U.S. 296, 303.Appellant assails the statute as a violation of all three freedoms, speech, press and worship, but only an attack on the basis of free speech is warranted. The spoken, not the written, word is involved. And we cannot conceive that cursing a public officer is the exercise of religion in any sense of the term. . . . Allowing the broadest scope to the language and purpose of the Fourteenth Amendment, it is well understood that the right of free speech is not absolute at all times and under all circumstances. There are certain well-defined and narrowly limited classes of speech, the prevention and punishment of which have never been thought to raise any Constitutional problem. These include the lewd and obscene, the profane, the libelous, and the insulting or “fighting” words—those which, by their very utterance, inflict injury or tend to incite an immediate breach of the peace. It has been well observed that such utterances are no essential part of any exposition of ideas and are of such slight social value as a step to truth that any benefit that may be derived from them is clearly outweighed by the social interest in order and morality.“Resort to epithets or personal abuse is not in any proper sense communication of information or opinion safeguarded by the Constitution, and its punishment as a criminal act would raise no question under that instrument.”. . . We are unable to say that the limited scope of the statute as thus construed contravenes the Constitutional right of free expression. It is a statute narrowly drawn and limited to define and punish specific conduct lying within the domain of state power, the use in a public place of words likely to cause a breach of the peace. This conclusion necessarily disposes of appellant’s contention that the statute is so vague and indefinite as to render a conviction thereunder a violation of due process. A statute punishing verbal acts, carefully drawn so as not unduly to impair liberty of expression, is not too vague for a criminal law. Nor can we say that the application of the statute to the facts disclosed by the record substantially or unreasonably impinges upon the privilege of free speech. Argument is unnecessary to demonstrate that the appellations “damned racketeer” and “damned Fascist” are epithets likely to provoke the average person to retaliation and thereby cause a breach of the peace. . . .. . . Our function is fulfilled by a determination that the challenged statute, on its face and as applied, does not contravene the Fourteenth Amendment.Affirmed.(Answer Each Question fully)Do you think that the language used by Chaplinsky should be subject to governmental regulation? Why or why not?
Do you believe that all manner of speech should be protected by the First Amendment? If not, what limits would you put on such protections?
What are “fighting words”? Why aren’t they protected by the First Amendment? Do you think they should be? Explain.
California Courts (at least 1 Paragraph describing the sight fully)https://www.courts.ca.gov/(3Videos =3 Paragraphs describing those videos)Video: Lamba Legal. (2012) “Overruled-The Case that Brought down Sodomy Laws” opens in a new window Length: 19:26 minutesVideo: StingerTV (2015) “11 Arrested by Suffolk DWI Enforcement” opens in a new window Length: 5:13 minutesVideo: Wall Street Journal (2017) “American Epidemic: The Nation’s Struggle With Opioid Addiction.” Requirements: until completed

I’m working on a Criminal Justice exercise and need support.CASE STUDY – BULLYIN

I’m working on a Criminal Justice exercise and need support.CASE STUDY – BULLYING: THE AMANDA TODD STORYCase Study – Bullying: The Amanda Todd StoryOverviewRecent history illustrates that bullying is a growing problem among today’s youth in the United States. Amanda Todd, for example, was only 15-year old when she committed suicide after being bullied by her peers for over a year.In this assignment, you will discuss bullying cases, strategies to mitigate the effects of bullying and the effectiveness of bullying prevention programs.PreparationTo prepare for this assignment, consider the following resources: Watch the video, Amanda Todd’s story: Struggling, bullying, suicidal, self-harm.
Use your textbook, the Internet, or the Strayer University Library to research articles on bullying cases that occur today.
InstructionsWrite a 2–3 page paper in which you:Describe at least two types of bullying to which Amanda Todd was subjected.
Identify at least three consequences that Amanda Todd experienced as a result of being bullied, and discuss her attempts to deal with them.
Recommend two strategies that you believe Amanda’s parents, teachers, and authorities could have used in order to reduce episodes of bullying of Amanda and thus prevent Amanda’s suicide.
Compare at least two similarities and two differences between the bullying cases that take place today with those cases that took place when you attended high school.
Explain the key contributing factors that you believe led to bullying behaviors. Next, suggest at least three ways in which prevention programs can reduce bullying cases overall.
Use at least two quality references. Note: Wikipedia and other Websites do not qualify as academic resources.
This course requires the use of Strayer Writing Standards. For assistance and information, please refer to the Strayer Writing Standards link in the left-hand menu of your course. Check with your professor for any additional instructions
Requirements: satisfactory to assignment