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I have sources to use already that i can provide.

Your paper should include 1) a thorough explanation for why the topic was chosen, 2) a comprehensive literature review explaining the background of the issue, 3) an in-depth argument for the significance of this issue, and 4) where is the future of this topic heading. All of your responses should not be rooted in opinion, but based on the consensus of the criminological field. This paper does not need to be set up as the front end of a research project, but you may do so if you want – especially if you plan on taking the thesis route.
The paper must be heavily researched and MUST include only academic sources. This means that if you choose to onlyuse Internet generated sources (i.e. national news sources, websites, blogs and so on) I will not even look at your paper. Under no circumstances should you use Wikipedia for any academic work that you are submitting for a grade. Graduate students should be using peer reviewed journal articles, books, court cases, and governmental reports. Be aware that you must cite all of your sources in APA format.
Your paper must be a minimum of 15-20 pages
Please use 12-pt, Times New Roman font, with 1” margins, and double spacing.
You must also provide proper APA styling, citations and references.
I have sources to use already that I can provide. I will need a total of 10.

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(reference the video clearly to demonstrate that you watched the video.)

Reference only the video
1. watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iV4q4nRPyoY
2 Respond to:
How should law enforcement be reformed to improve the balance between policing for community safety, and civil liberties? (Reference the video clearly to demonstrate that you watched the video.)

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Gang violence prevention

The Research Paper is a research paper combining your personal discoveries about a work or works that you can pull from appropriate research sources. The Research Paper must be overwhelmingly yours.
Requirements:
In three to five pages (at least 3, but no more than 5 pages), not including the cover sheet and reference page, research and discuss a topic from the list below.
The development of the American juvenile justice system
Analyze factors influencing the development of the American juvenile justice system.
Summarize the beginning of the juvenile era. Include information detailing the earliest known juvenile laws.
Define and discuss how parens patriae relates to the juvenile justice system.
Summarize the original intent of the juvenile justice courts’ treatment aspect and discuss the social changes that began to impact the system in the 1960s.
Delinquency Theories
Provide a descriptions of a delinquency theory. Include an analysis of how the theory views delinquency and its causes.
Choose the theory most associated with your beliefs and explain why you support that particular theory.
Gang Violence Prevention
Why do juveniles join gangs?
What are some social characteristics (psychological profile) commonly associated with an individual involved in a gang? Describe these characteristics.
What can parents do to help their children stay clear of gangs?
How can the community and schools help prevent juveniles’ involvement in gang activity?
What approaches are the best for addressing prevention and helping kids get out of gang membership? To best illustrate your response, provide an example of one such approach utilized by a community program or delinquency prevention program.
Adult Court Waiver
What is the purpose of the adult court waiver?
Specifically, what does it mean for juveniles, as far as their legal rights are concerned, once they have been waived to the adult court system?
Has the use of the adult court waiver become more common in recent years?
What are the penalties that juveniles can face once they are waived to the adult system?
Are there any penalties that juveniles cannot face once they are waived to the adult system?
List and describe at least two benefits and two drawbacks of the adult court waiver. Make sure to support your assertions with research.
You are to research the topic using either traditional methods (books, journals, articles, etc.), by using the Internet, or a combination of both. All works referenced, from either source, must be documented and credit given to the author or web site.
Guidelines:
Use APA format for this typed paper. If you are unfamiliar with APA format, you may check out this site Purdue Owl Online Writing Lab which has excellent tools for your paper.
Plagiarism is unacceptable. See the Scholastic Honesty Statement on the course menu for more details and cite all or any references.
Maintain college-level English language proficiency.
A title page and references are required. Cite all references.

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Mr. tarantino serves as a subject matter expert/instructor for the national disaster preparedness training center; a digital communications specialist for fema; is the vice-chair of the international association of emergency managers’ emerging technology caucus; is part of the command staff in the new york state incident management team (public information officer-t); and maintains volunteer roles at the local/county level as a red cross dat and dpat member, emt, hazardous materials technician and rescue s

You are to read the following article regarding “Situational Awareness.” Choose ONE of the five tips and discuss why this is so important to Police Officer safety. Be sure to be analytical and have research to back up your position. You will need one scholarly reference to support you position.
5 Tips to Enhance a Situational Awareness Mindset
By Christopher Tarantino MEP CMCP, Sep 15, 2015, Officer.com
https://www.officer.com/blogs/industry-insights/blog/12114395/5-tips-to-enhance-a-situational-awareness-mindset
The world is a dangerous place and situational awareness matters now, more than ever before. But, there is no denying that the game has changed.
With new technologies evolving all around us, it’s easy to see that distractions can take their toll and impact our safety and the safety of those around us. For more information, take a look at our white paper: ‘At the Intersection of Situational Awareness and Technology.’
When used effectively, technology can improve an officer’s situational awareness – provided he/she is in the right location, the right situation, and embraces the right mindset.
How much technology is actually in the patrol car? View Situational Awareness [Infographic].
So how does the 21st Century law enforcement professional ensure they apply a ‘Situational Awareness Mindset’ and utilize the technology tools at hand to their benefit?
The key is in understanding how to train your mind to be situationally aware. Understanding not only that you need to be aware, but understanding what you should be aware of:
Internal Awareness External Awareness
Internal Awarness: Be aware of your own level of alertness or distraction to enhance personal safety
External Awareness: Watch your surroundings and those around you for trends, triggers, and behaviors
We frequently discuss the external elements of situational awareness, but can sometimes neglect or undervalue those internal aspects that make a big difference.
Whether you prefer Cooper’s Color Code, the OODA Loop, or any other method you might have learned in recruit training, below are 5 tips to enhance your situational awareness mindset:
1. Continuously assess your mental sharpness & avoid tunnel-vision and distractions.
Use Cooper’s Color Code here and understand the subtle differences between the different levels of self-awareness (white – relaxed/oblivious, yellow – relaxed/alert, orange – heightened/alert, and red – survival mode). Use all of your senses; you should never be oblivious to your surroundings!
2. Anticipate and understand your own tendencies, as well as the tendencies of others.
For many in this age of technology, a ‘knee-jerk’ reaction to a lull in conversation or even stopping at a red light is to check a mobile phone or some other technology. If you’ve ever noticed yourself engaging in similar habits, make it a point to identify your triggers and test your level of situational awareness regularly throughout your shift.
3. Modify your routines, work practices, and other tactics.
Ensure that situational awareness is built into each and every thing you do (both on the job and off). Many dangerous habits and distractions are not that obvious and frequently disguised as important tasks. For instance, you would never drive your patrol car with your head down and the radio blasting. An example of a best practice is looking straight ahead to keep your eyes on the person ahead, as shown below.
4. Use technology appropriately.
Do everything you can to ensure technology is aiding you in your mission and not taking time, energy, and attention away from the task(s) at hand. Training before using technology and following manufacturer’s instructions are key.
In this VIDEO CLIP, an officer shares a best practice safety tip when scanning a driver’s license.
5. Be ready to adapt to changing conditions at all times.
A critical element highlighted through the use of the OODA Loop (Observe, Orient, Decide, Act) is the ability to act and modify approaches based on results and expected outcomes.
So the questions is: are you being mindful of your surroundings and also maintaining a situational awareness mindset in this age of technology to prevent distractions?
About the Author
Christopher Tarantino MEP CMCP partners with L-Tron and has ten years’ experience in public safety. He currently holds positions at the volunteer, local, county, state and federal levels. Mr. Tarantino serves as a Subject Matter Expert/Instructor for the National Disaster Preparedness Training Center; a Digital Communications Specialist for FEMA; is the Vice-Chair of the International Association of Emergency Managers’ Emerging Technology Caucus; is part of the Command Staff in the New York State Incident Management Team (Public Information Officer-T); and maintains volunteer roles at the local/county level as a Red Cross DAT and DPAT member, EMT, Hazardous Materials Technician and Rescue Specialist.

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In this homework assignment, you are not asked to give your opinion or to make a decision on any of the material.

The Assignment is to summarize the key information in each of the links and then to analyze the issue presented.Do not do a reference page. do not do a cover page. Full four pages. In this homework assignment, you are not asked to give your opinion or to make a decision on any of the material. Instead, your assignment is to compose a meaningful and informative summary/synopsis of the material in the links. This should be an organized, informative, free-flowing essay that is generally written in the sequence that the articles/videos are listed.As you transition from topic to topic, do not write the name of the article or video, as it is evident what your source is. To do so wastes writing space, and detracts from the essay format. Your assignment is to write a free-flowing, informative, organized essay that summarizes the key issues and findings of each article/video.
1. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=tr_JgZDRbmQ
2. American Exception – U.S. Is Alone in Rejecting All Evidence if Police Err – Series – NYTimes.pdf I uploaded this in files for you
3. https://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/supreme-court-hears-landmark-gps-tracking-case
4. https://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/want-to-use-a-gps-tracking-device-get-a-warrant-supreme-court-tells-police
5. https://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/can-police-use-cell-phone-location-data-without-a-warrant-supreme-court-ruling-could-have-wide-impact
6. https://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/what-the-supreme-courts-cellphone-location-data-ruling-could-mean-for-your-digital-privacy
7. https://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/supreme-court-limits-cell-phone-searches-tv-signal-sharing
8. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=JWeTh1g0mf4
9. Drug-Sniffing Dogs Take Center Stage At
High Court. I uploaded pdf file in upload files
10. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-court-dog-sniffs/supreme-court-limits-police-use-of-drug-sniffing-dogs-idUSBRE92P0NE20130326
11. https://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/high-court-police-can-collect-dna-for-serious-crime-arrests
12. https://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/rulings-raisins-hotel-registries-favor-individual-rights
13. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=8jqXeW5C324
14. https://ccrjustice.org/home/press-center/press-releases/landmark-decision-judge-rules-nypd-stop-and-frisk-practices#main-content
15. https://www.cbsnews.com/video/fbi-director-james-comey-discusses-racial-bias-in-law-enforcement/#x
16. https://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/whats-behind-racial-disparities-in-american-policing-and-how-to-solve-them

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Make sure to put ur cited work on the slides & at the end by themselves & that slide doesnt count as my 15 slides.

ONLY APA 7TH EDITION including references and sources in APA 7th edition
HAS TO BE 15 slides & that doesnt include references or sources/title. I need 5 references or sourses.
PLAGIARISM HAS TO BE UNDER 10%
Please check Plagiarism, Punctuation, Grammar, Spelling. He counts off for it.
Please make sure you check off everyting that needs to be answered & done. please check off everything on here. This is worth 250 pts on my grade.
1st file & 2nd & 3rd file is the information & everything that needs to be done.
Make sure to put ur cited work on the slides & at the end by themselves & that slide doesnt count as my 15 slides.

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Christopher tarantino mep cmcp partners with l-tron and has ten years’ experience in public safety.

You are to read the following article regarding “Situational Awareness.” Choose one of the five tips and discuss why this is so important to Police Officer safety. Be sure to be analytical and have research to back up your position. You will need one scholarly reference to support you position.
5 Tips to Enhance a Situational Awareness Mindset
By Christopher Tarantino MEP CMCP, Sep 15, 2015, Officer.com
https://www.officer.com/blogs/industry-insights/blog/12114395/5-tips-to-enhance-a-situational-awareness-mindset
The world is a dangerous place and situational awareness matters now, more than ever before. But, there is no denying that the game has changed.
With new technologies evolving all around us, it’s easy to see that distractions can take their toll and impact our safety and the safety of those around us. For more information, take a look at our white paper: ‘At the Intersection of Situational Awareness and Technology.’
When used effectively, technology can improve an officer’s situational awareness – provided he/she is in the right location, the right situation, and embraces the right mindset.
How much technology is actually in the patrol car? View Situational Awareness [Infographic].
So how does the 21st Century law enforcement professional ensure they apply a ‘Situational Awareness Mindset’ and utilize the technology tools at hand to their benefit?
The key is in understanding how to train your mind to be situationally aware. Understanding not only that you need to be aware, but understanding what you should be aware of:
Internal Awareness
External Awareness
Be aware of your own level of alertness or distraction to enhance personal safety
Watch your surroundings and those around you for trends, triggers, and behaviors
We frequently discuss the external elements of situational awareness, but can sometimes neglect or undervalue those internal aspects that make a big difference.
Whether you prefer Cooper’s Color Code, the OODA Loop, or any other method you might have learned in recruit training, below are 5 tips to enhance your situational awareness mindset:
Continuously assess your mental sharpness & avoid tunnel-vision and distractions.
Use Cooper’s Color Code here and understand the subtle differences between the different levels of self-awareness (white – relaxed/oblivious, yellow – relaxed/alert, orange – heightened/alert, and red – survival mode). Use all of your senses; you should never be oblivious to your surroundings!
Anticipate and understand your own tendencies, as well as the tendencies of others.
For many in this age of technology, a ‘knee-jerk’ reaction to a lull in conversation or even stopping at a red light is to check a mobile phone or some other technology. If you’ve ever noticed yourself engaging in similar habits, make it a point to identify your triggers and test your level of situational awareness regularly throughout your shift.
Modify your routines, work practices, and other tactics.
Ensure that situational awareness is built into each and every thing you do (both on the job and off). Many dangerous habits and distractions are not that obvious and frequently disguised as important tasks. For instance, you would never drive your patrol car with your head down and the radio blasting. An example of a best practice is looking straight ahead to keep your eyes on the person ahead, as shown below.
Use technology appropriately.
Do everything you can to ensure technology is aiding you in your mission and not taking time, energy, and attention away from the task(s) at hand. Training before using technology and following manufacturer’s instructions are key.
In this VIDEO CLIP, an officer shares a best practice safety tip when scanning a driver’s license.
Be ready to adapt to changing conditions at all times.
A critical element highlighted through the use of the OODA Loop (Observe, Orient, Decide, Act) is the ability to act and modify approaches based on results and expected outcomes.
So the questions is: are you being mindful of your surroundings and also maintaining a situational awareness mindset in this age of technology to prevent distractions?
About the Author
Christopher Tarantino MEP CMCP partners with L-Tron and has ten years’ experience in public safety. He currently holds positions at the volunteer, local, county, state and federal levels. Mr. Tarantino serves as a Subject Matter Expert/Instructor for the National Disaster Preparedness Training Center; a Digital Communications Specialist for FEMA; is the Vice-Chair of the International Association of Emergency Managers’ Emerging Technology Caucus; is part of the Command Staff in the New York State Incident Management Team (Public Information Officer-T); and maintains volunteer roles at the local/county level as a Red Cross DAT and DPAT member, EMT, Hazardous Materials Technician and Rescue Specialist.

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Please include the following information as you brief:

Please brief the case of Miranda v. Arizona. Please include the following information as you brief:
What were the facts in Miranda?
What was the issue/legal question presented to the Court?
What was the Court’s answer to the issue/legal question?
What was the Court’s opinion and the reasoning behind its decision?
Analyze the following questions and answer them in your own words!
When does an officer have to issue Miranda warnings to a suspect?
What is the meaning of custody as it is applied in the context of Miranda?
What is the meaning of interrogation under the Fifth Amendment “Functional Equivalent of a Question” test?
What is the meaning of interrogation under the Sixth Amendment “Deliberately Eliciting a Response” test?
For identification evidence to be suppressed (thrown out of court) on due process grounds, defendants have to prove two elements by a preponderance of evidence. Please explain the two elements.

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In doing so, discuss using critical thinking what the academic literature has to say and apply that information toward police officer unethical conduct.

2. Using 500-700 words discuss some of the peer-reviewed research findings pertaining to why individuals behave unethically. In doing so, discuss using critical thinking what the academic literature has to say and apply that information toward police officer unethical conduct. No direct quotes should be utilized in the response.

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Paragraph 1- first reason

The task will be to answer
the question/statement and then provide three reasons for you answers. Papers
will
have 5 paragraphs: an opening paragraph, one paragraph supporting each of
your reasons and a conclusion.
Example:
Opening/ Introduction paragraph with thesis answering the question. (3 reasons)
Paragraph 1- First reason
Paragragh 2- Second reason
Paragraph 3- Third reason
Conclusion
Question: What are the three chief differences between Crip, Sureno and Asian gangs?