Question #1: What is your current understanding of the term Ethics generally and

Question #1: What is your current understanding of the term Ethics generally and in Forensic Science specifically? Also, what is the difference between Ethics and Morals from your perspective? Compare the ethical values of forensic science in the Casey Anthony Trial.
Question #2: Is there diversity in the crime labs across the country in race, gender, and ethnicity? Also, is there prejudice demonstrated in the analysis of casework involving race, gender, or ethnicity? Please state the rationale behind your response.

Complete the term project, which is a 15–20 page (not counting the cover, abstra

Complete the term project, which is a 15–20 page (not counting the cover, abstract, and reference page) research paper in proper APA format.
Proofread final paper carefully for spelling, punctuation, missing or duplicated words. Make the effort to ensure that your final paper is clean, tidy, neat, and attractive and is in proper APA format.
The goal is to develop a topic/problem statement (including a proposed solution) based on the Punishment, Rehabilitation, and Recidivism rates. Is what we are doing successful or is it failing? What does the research suggest? What is your proposed solution? Make sure your thesis statement and research paper develop arguments in a clear and logical sequence and again, in proper APA format.
Proofread your paper. Once you have submitted the assignment it is automatically run through the plagiarism checker program Turnitin.

Note that you do not have to use a specific organization or business for this SW

Note that you do not have to use a specific organization or business for this SWOT analysis.
I have also attached a spread sheet as well
525- to 700-word paper describing how individual and group behaviors affect the strategies and processes of effective criminal justice organizational teams. Address the following in your paper: Identify key finds from your SWOT analyses of individual and group behaviors in the workplace. Explain the impact of individual and group behaviors in a criminal justice organization setting. Describe strategies to support individual and group ethical decision making. Explain how to leverage individual and group behaviors into effective team strategies.

INSTRUCTIONS After watching The Interrupters, answer the following questions in

INSTRUCTIONS
After watching The Interrupters, answer the following questions in the essay format (no bullet points).
What is the history of Englewood? Conduct online research and explain how the neighborhood evolved since the late 1800s.
Which Burgess’s concentric zone does Englewood represent? Also, explain why Englewood represents the zone of you choice, using Shaw and McKay’s social disorganization theory.
Identify at least three of Miller’s focal concerns. Be sure to explain each concept and how it was exemplified in the film.
Explain Anderson’s code of the streets. Then, discuss how Anderson’s theory is exemplified in the film.

Assignment Objectives Evaluate science and technology needs at federal, state an

Assignment Objectives
Evaluate science and technology needs at federal, state and local levels relating to homeland security and crisis management.
Assignment Description
This week, you have considered technologies (specific applications or tools, etc.) and the technological capabilities (types or categories of technologies) available or appropriate for each level of government within the United States—national or federal, state, and local. You have also explored the necessity and potential limitations for all levels, sectors, and arenas involved in homeland security/crisis management to achieve interoperability.
The National Response Framework (NRF) expressly outlines roles and responsibilities for various levels of government; these levels include not just the political leaders and administrations but also associated agencies. At the federal level, for example, DHS, FEMA, FBI, and DOD—among others—often play a marked role in all stages of crisis-response planning and management. At state levels, one can find the following (among others): state homeland security and/or emergency management offices; state highway patrol departments; state bureaus of investigations; state environmental, labor, or hazardous materials divisions. Local communities will also have regulatory agencies, commissions created by political leaders, task forces, interagency groups, citizens committees, and much more. Importantly, these many distinct entities spread across these levels also require unique technologies and capabilities.
Remember one more thing: all disasters are local. This means that the local community is normally the initial site of a crisis, incident, or disaster. Per the NRF, communities are expected to respond to the best of their capabilities and request help only when given resources are exhausted. In many cases, these requests for assistance are specific, covering specific needs. Local communities request resources from their intrastate regions or the state; states may request resources they’ve exhausted or don’t possess from neighboring states and/or the federal level.
For this unit’s assignment, you will use the Minnesota Bridge/ I-35W Collapse of 2007 as a case study.
Assignment Guidelines
Address the following in 5 pages:
What are at least 3 forms of technology that made or could have made a significant difference in saving lives, lessening suffering, and/or protecting property? Explain in detail.
Describe each of the 3 technologies (specific form or class of capabilities). Discuss in detail.
Which level(s) of government did employ or should have employed this tool or capability? Explain.
Who specifically used it (or should have)? How did they use it? Explain and be specific.
How did each tool or type of technology make—or would have made—a significant impact in the management of this crisis? Explain.
Emphasize the ability to save or protect lives and property
Note the technologies you choose for this assignment may have been used or not.
They must be real, existing capabilities or tools that you will probably have to research specifically, not just “cool” ideas in need of invention or development.
Conclude your paper by arguing how and when technology is, or is not, a force multiplier for incidents such as the Minnesota Bridge Collapse, and support your arguments with evidence, not opinion.
Your final product should be well organized, well written, employ good mechanics, and be clear and persuasive. All information used that does not solely reflect original thought must be properly cited with appropriate references provided.
Be sure to reference all sources using APA style.
Note: when thinking about technology, do not limit your consideration only to primarily electronic products and capabilities. Technology and technological capabilities span all relevant specialties to include engineering, hazardous materials and firefighting, law enforcement, medical, logistical, transportation, and other operations. (A special respiratory apparatus that permits hazmat responders to work in a radiological contaminated area or debris removal vehicles that are extra light in weight, might be two examples.)

This essay is very similar to the midterm exam, except there you’ll have two ess

This essay is very similar to the midterm exam, except there you’ll have two essay questions to answer. For this assignment, answer the question below based on the hypothetical fact pattern. Structure your answer in the IRAC (Issue, Rule, Application, Conclusion) format.
Dominic is suspected of trafficking ecstasy pills at music festivals. The pills are packaged in distinctive pink plastic bags stamped with a unicorn. Lacking probable cause, Officer Tucker has been routinely watching Dominic’s house from the street to look for signs of drug trafficking. The house is a two-story home with a detached garage, located in a wealthy subdivision. An informant told Tucker that Dominic lives at the house with his wife Veronica, and their two small children.
Early on Thursday morning, Tucker watches a woman back a minivan out of the garage. Tucker knows that the van is registered to Dominic and Veronica. The woman then loads two small children into the van, and they drive away. A short time later, the woman returns without the children. As she parks the van in the garage, Tucker sees that Dominic’s car is not there.
Tucker and his partner decide to approach the house and see if Dominic’s wife will let them in. They knock on the front door and it is opened by the woman they saw driving the van. Tucker asks if Dominic is home and she says no.
“We have reason to believe that Dominic is involved in drug trafficking. Do you mind if we look around?” Tucker asks.
“Dominic would never do that,” the woman says. “You can look, but you won’t find anything like that.”
The two officers step into the foyer and see multiple cell phones charging on a table next to a box of pink plastic bags embossed with a unicorn.
“Are you Veronica?” Tucker asks the woman.
“No, I’m Kate. I’m the nanny,” she says.
“Do you live here?” Tucker asks.
“I live in the apartment over the garage,” Kate says.
The officers then walk through the living room, dining area, kitchen, and office on the first floor of the house. They do not go upstairs where the bedrooms are. In the office, Tucker sees shipping records that indicate Dominic has imported counterfeit luxury goods which were sent to a warehouse in a local commercial district, and correspondence regarding plans to sell the goods at music festivals.
As the officers are searching the house, Dominic arrives home and orders the officers to get out. Tucker and his partner immediately leave. They use the evidence found in the house to get a search warrant for the warehouse, where they find pallets of fake Louis Vuitton and Tory Burch handbags and other counterfeit items. They also find equipment and chemicals used to manufacture ecstasy.
Dominic is arrested and charged with manufacturing and distribution of ecstasy and criminal charges relating to trafficking counterfeit goods. Prior to trial, his attorney files motions to suppress the evidence.
The defense challenges all the evidence found during the search of the house. How should the judge rule on this? Address all legal issues presented. (You may find it helpful to address the different types of evidence separately.)
Please make sure you address the IRAC.

Discuss the Probation and Correctional Institutions

In this discussion forum, we will discuss the Probation and Correctional Institutions. Answer two of the following questions. Instructions provided in attachments. Writer only needs to choose 2 of the 5 questions please use power point provided and links.

Discuss how companies, like Target, study employees’ and customers’ behaviors to develop insights that can help them connect with their customers and build their businesses.

This is a discussion post. Attached is the link to the 5 minute youtube video and the instructions. The post could be between 150 and 200 words.

In this video, Charles Duhigg, award-winning New York Times writer and author of The Power of Habit, discusses how companies, like Target, study employees’ and customers’ behaviors to develop insights that can help them connect with their customers and build their businesses. After viewing this video, describe the ways in which retailers generalizes habits from observations. Relate this to research methodology concepts, specifically, selection and construct validity.