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LEA201 WEEK 5 - REFLECTIVE PAPER

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LEA201 WEEK 5 DISC 2

Provide your opinion regarding how terrorism has changed law enforcement since 9/11. Provide an example to support your opinion. Discuss whether intelligence-led policing has benefitted or enhanced these changes and how.



Your initial post should be at least 200 words in length. Support your claims with examples from required material(s) and/or other scholarly resources, and properly cite any references.

LEA201 WEEK 5 DISC 1

Thoroughly describe three program options available to law enforcement officers to address stress, alcoholism, and/or domestic violence. What are the supervisory responsibilities in addressing these issues from an employer standpoint? In your opinion, if left unattended to, what impact can these issues have on the overall function of the organization?   



Your initial post should be at least 200 words in length. Support your claims with examples from required material(s) and/or other scholarly resources, and properly cite any references.

PPT rights and obligations disclosure of health information

Instructions: The CEO of a healthcare facility has asked you to develop a diversity awareness training program for employees of the hospital as it pertains to the legal and ethical implications of health information. 

 

Fully discuss the history of women as Judges

Please answer question in a minimum of 2 paragraphs with at least 1 cited source according to APA standards. Work is due today 9/25/16 at 16:46 hours (4:46pm eastern time zone).

Fully discuss the history of women on Juries

Please answer question in a minimum of 2 paragraphs with at least 1 cited source according to APA standards. Work is due today 9/25/16 at 16:44 hours (4:44pm eastern time zone).

Criminal Procedure M3

Assignment 1: Not All Confessions Are Created Equal

In criminal law, it is undisputed that the best information regarding a crime comes from interviews conducted by law enforcement. Moreover, usually, some of these interviews result in suspect confessions that may be used at the trial against a defendant.

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