4 discussion responses - 250 words each - (law enforcement)

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hello taskgenius,

if you are willing i need responses to 4 discussion questions. they are to be 250 words each and written in apa format. i will provide the articles you are to use for each question. here are the questions:

discussion 1:

"the arrest process and intelligence"

to complete this discussion:

consider the following two distinct scenarios for a comparative analysis:
- in scenario a, the police arrest an obvious violent offender. they treat him roughly in front of a crowd of bystanders who jeer at the offender and cheer the police on.
- in scenario b, the police arrest the same obvious violent offender, but this time they treat him in full accord of legal, ethical, moral, and civil liberty norms in front of a crowd that remains quiet.

- compare and contrast the two scenarios and the likely aftermath.
- project and analyze the experiences, ensuing attitudes, and actions of the arresting officers, the offenders, and members of the crowd.
- evaluate the quality of crime intelligence that will likely be gained by the police in future encounters with the offenders, and subsequently, from witnesses who observed the incident from the sidelines.
- use scholarly sources to support your comparative analysis.

* articles you will use for discussion 1:
- "stopping stop and frisk"
- "the attitudes of police managers toward intelligence-led policing"
- "police interviewing and interrogation: a self-report survey of police practices and beliefs"

discussion 2:

"using statistical crime data"

to complete this discussion:

- obtain detailed statistical crime data on your community from the internet or from a reliable crime reporting source.
- summarize the most salient data on two specific major crime categories, such as assault and robbery, pinpointing specific troubled neighborhoods as closely as possible.
- based on your readings, develop nonbiased intelligence-led policing approaches that can effectively reduce the crime rates in your community.

* articles you will use for discussion 2:
- "enhancing police legitimacy by integrating compstat and community policing,"
- "the co-implementation of compstat and community policing,"
- "the technology of policing: crime mapping, information technology, and the rationality of crime control,"
- "race, policing, and equity,"
- "critic: a prospective planning tool for crime prevention evaluation,"

discussion 3:

"applying intelligence tools"

to complete this discussion:

- select a city about which you have some curiosity or some basic knowledge.
- imagine that you have been invited by the head of the city's law enforcement agency to propose a crime intelligence assessment. (you are promised a substantial compensation if your proposal is accepted.)
- identify two key features of the social organization of the city that would enable you to analyze and project future criminal activity.
- describe, briefly, how you would demonstrate the following to law enforcement agency leadership:
- how your crime intelligence assessment provides important data that will enable the agency to anticipate future crime patterns.
- how your assessment will enable the agency to implement preventative tools that will reduce crime.

* articles you will use for discussion 3:
- "new directions in social disorganization theory,"
- "neighborhood organizations and resident assistance to police,"
- "differential social organization, collective action, and crime,"

discussion 4:

to complete this discussion:

- review the course readings and the presentation from this unit's studies. how would you advise the police chief in riverbend city to develop an intelligence strategy to investigate and project crime patterns using the intelligence techniques demonstrated by claire?
- describe, from the presentation and in detail, two specific intelligence gathering methods that meet professional policing standards and that could be applied to proactive, problem-oriented, preventive policing.
- discuss how these innovative methods would provide superior intelligence to conventional policing approaches.

articles you will use:
- "state police investigative structure and the adoption of intelligence-led policing,"
- "the surveillance of 'prolific' offenders: beyond 'docile bodies',"
- http://media.capella.edu/coursemedia/riverbendcity/missions/psf5380/innovativeintelligencestrategies/innovativeintelligencestrategies_ts.html

thank you for your help!
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