Law Enforcement Essay Examples

  • The Seminoles

    425 words - 2 pages

    The Seminole Indians are a tribe of Indians who now have territory and reservations in Florida and Oklahoma. They once belonged to the Muskogee tribe that lived along streams in what are now southern Georgia and Alabama. The Seminoles moved to Florida and Oklahoma around 1708 when the white men drove them out of their homes and took their land. The Seminoles adjusted well to life in Florida. In the late 1700?s and early 1800?s Florida was a territory of Spain, that made the Seminoles Spanish citizens. Like wh

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    Animal Cruelty Leads To Human Violence

    1721 words - 7 pages

    Animal cruelty encompasses a range of different behaviors harmful to animals, from neglect to malicious, brutal killings. Studies show that animal cruelty may lead to more serious forms of crime, like heavy drug use, violent outbursts, and most common, cold blooded murder. Many studies in psychology, sociology, and criminology during the last twenty-five years have demonstrated that violent offenders frequently have childhood and adolescent histories of serious and repeated animal cruelty. A web page that goes by the name Animal Alliance sa

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    Drinking And Driving Offences

    1281 words - 6 pages

    "DRINKING AND DRIVING OFFENCES" My essay is on "Drinking and Driving Offences". In my essay I will tell you the various kinds of drinking and driving offences, the penalties, and the defences you can make if you are caught drinking and driving. Let me tell you about the different offences. There are six offences in drinking and driving. They are "driving while impaired", "Having care and control of a vehicle while impaired", "Driving while exceeding 80 m.g.", "Having care and control of a vehicle while exceeding 80 m.g.", "Refusing to give a breath sample", and "refusin

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    Your Rights

    560 words - 3 pages

    Don't Talk to Cops By Robert W. Zeuner, Member of the New York State Bar " GOOD MORNING! My name is investigator Holmes. Do you mind answering a few simple questions?" If you open your door one day and are greeted with those words, STOP AND THINK! Whether it is the local police or the FBI at your door, you have certain legal rights of which you ought to be aware before you proceed any further. In the first place, when law enforcement authorities come to see you, there are no "simple questions". Unless they are investigating a traffic accident, you can

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    The Roswell Incident

    1633 words - 7 pages

    I. Introduction A. Zeus B. American Indians C. Egyptians II. Background A. Time of the crash B. Witnesses 1. Mac Brazel 2. Sheriff George Wilcox 3. Roswell's 509th Bomb Squad 4. Initial recovery team III. Individual Testimonies A. Unnamed witness of Roswell recovery team B. Curry Holden C. Glenn Dennis D. Dan Dwyer IV. The Alien Autopsy Films A. Eighteen minute film at the autopsy ce

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    In Groups We Shrink

    764 words - 4 pages

    The main position in, In Groups We Shrink, is so true when applied to situations of aggregation of a large number of people. As stated in, In Groups We Shrink, in large groups we are reluctant to deviate from the norm, however, if alone we often act without even hesitating. We can apply this to everyday situations as with, The Lottery. Why are people so hesitant to act out when in large groups? There may be a broad spectrum of reasons from the mentality of "diffusion of responsibility" to the fear of ridicule. It seems as if within a

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    Federal Monitoring Of The NYPD

    904 words - 4 pages

    It has been discussed in many public circles whether or not the N.Y.P.D. should or should not be monitored by the Justice Department. Many feel that some of the recent cases of brutality and corruption have warranted some sort of intervention by the Government. I believe that we should be opposed to a federal monitor. To be constantly watched over by a body such as the Justice Department, would be demoralizing to all of the officers. As we know, police moral in the N.Y.P.D has not always been at a high level as it is, and with a monitor, law enforcement will suffer. If the cops feel

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    Women In Policing

    3579 words - 15 pages

    Introduction Women have come a long way in the area of the workforce in the past one hundred years. If you were to look back one hundred years ago, you would never see a woman working outside of the home. Society had the idea that a woman's place was in the home cooking, cleaning, reproducing and care giving. They had the idea that there was no place for her in the workforce because that was a place for only men. Yes, it is true that some people may still have this view today but a lot of things have changed over the years. Women are no longer only restricted to working i

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    Police Deviance

    570 words - 3 pages

    There is a dark side to the criminal justice system; this paper will be describing police deviance through a number of different sources. We will be able to identify different kinds of police deviant acts and see how society can do to help stop these illegal actions. I feel the information is harsh on law enforcement officers but it is our right to be informed about police corruption. I have also taken a few scenarios from that show just how deviant law enforcement officers can be. There is a duty by law enforcement officer to protect the innocent, to bring peac

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    Reaction Essay On Central Park Jogger

    594 words - 3 pages

    Reaction Essay on “Central Park Jogger” On April 19, 1989, Trisha Meili, an investment banker was found severely beaten at 1:30am. She was raped and cut so severely that she loss almost 70 percent of her blood. Five young boys were convicted of the rape. Although the young boys were recorded on video tape confessing, it turned out that they weren’t responsible for the rape at all. Interrogations took place during the process in which the young men were on trail, but there is no actual way that we as citizens can tell if any physical violence or threats took place to push their suspects to co

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    In The Penal Colony

    688 words - 3 pages

    In The Penal Colony In Franz Kafka’s short story, “In the Penal Colony,” there are many metaphors that are related to issues of power and change. There are, in turn, many different ways in which to interpret these metaphors. Through using different techniques and tools we are able to identify what these metaphors are potentially attempting to convey. The Old Governor in the story is representative of the obtainment of power through force. He intimidates his people through tools of said force, such as the machine. Thus preventing his people from standing up to him because they are too

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    Paradise Now Movie Review

    461 words - 2 pages

    Two Wrongs Don’t Make a Right The movie Paradise Now was an eye opener for me. The story explains the life of a suicide bomber. It is a fascinating movie because it brings up several issues such as stereotypes and courage but it also gives insight to why someone would decide to go through with such a tragic act. One of the characters in the movie, Suha, makes a very powerful argument how suicide bombers are no better than those they are trying to target [because the targeted group has the same agenda]. The root of this argument is something everyone around the world could benefit from; viol

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    1247 words - 5 pages

    The Assassination JFK The assassination of John F. Kennedy, the thirty-fifth President of the United States, was an explosion of confusion that never did come to a final resolution. The shooting took place on the afternoon of November 22, 1963, in Dallas Texas. While riding in the presidential motorcade through Dealey Plaza, Kennedy was mortally wounded. A ten month investigation proceeded by the Warren Commission, who concluded that was assassination was committed exclusively by Lee Harvey Oswald. However many people disagreed with their findings, causing an uproar of speculation. The vis

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    737 words - 3 pages

    An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge, 743 words An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge was written by Bierce. The narrator begins the story about a condemned man on a railroad bridge located in the north area of Alabama. The man is placed in a scenario where everything is ready to hang him. A loose rope encircles his neck, and his wrists bind with a cord at his back. He is a planter, and he is about thirty-five years old. The condemned man stays on a plank that is located on the bridge. This plank is held in place by the weight of the sergeant and the condemned man. When the captain sends the signa

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    Principles Of Journalism

    450 words - 2 pages

    Among the nine Principles of Journalism, I was most drawn to number two, which is entitled ‘Its First Loyalty Is To Citizens’. I chose this one in particular because I feel that in reading the newspaper on a daily basis, I trust the journalists of that paper to write with dignity and honesty. That then entails an allegiance to the audience that disregards any type of favoritism towards special groups or associates. It is largely important to maintain a sense of trust with one’s audience in order to continue having them as faithful readers. Not only is the audience those who have one on o

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    Women In Policing

    918 words - 4 pages

    The United States police departments are prohibited from denying a person a job on the basis of race or gender. A law passed by Congress on March 21, 1972, outlawed discrimination in employment with regards to sexuality, national origin, color, and race (Kim and Mengistu 164). Law enforcement agencies have made considerable representation for women in the ranks in the police profession. However, gender integration has been strongly resisted in the police work field. Issues have surrounded females in policing since the beginning, creating unnecessary problems that are just now being recognized

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    A Day In The Life Of An Assassin

    853 words - 4 pages

    Sweating. My palms are sweating. The rifle is slipping through my hands. I’m in a dark room; dishevelled, the wallpaper hanging off the damp grey walls. The room’s air is moist and uncomfortable. The target is passing the window, unaware of my presence. I start to assemble the rifle; it’s an ACV Dragunov. I begin to slowly screw on the silencer, my palms still profusely sweating in fear that I will be discovered. I go on to attach the scope. I drop the scope. My brow is soaked in salty sweat. I wipe my brow. I eventually attach the scope to the top of the rifle. I load the clip. The sniper rif

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    Lesson In Sucking Up

    582 words - 3 pages

    I was a sophomore in high school when one of my friends, who had turned 16 before me, would come pick me up in his Chevy truck from time to time when nothing else was happening within our social network. His name was Ben. Ben and I would just cruise the surrounding area listening to music; usually trying to involve any neighbors with the volume up. One night during the Christmas holiday we had two passengers join on our late-night cruise: a longtime friend visiting me from out of town and a friend of Ben's whom I had not met before. With the presence of the newcomers, not to mention a very fa

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    JF Ks Tramps

    750 words - 3 pages

    Nearly a dozen people were taken into custody in and around Dealey Plaza in the minutes following the assassination.In most of these instances, no records were kept of the identities of those detained. The most famous of those taken into custody have come to be known as the “tramps,” three men discovered in a boxcar in the rail yard west of the grassy knoll. Speculation regarding the identities of the three and their possible involvement in the assassination became widespread in the ensuing years. Photographs of the three at their time of arrest fueled this speculation, as the three “tramps” a

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    TO Kill A Mockingbird

    1580 words - 7 pages

    The long June twilight faded into night. Dublin lay enveloped in darkness but for the dim light of the moon that shone through fleecy clouds, casting a pale light as of approaching dawn over the streets and the dark waters of the Liffey. Around the beleaguered Four Courts the heavy guns roared. Here and there through the city, machine guns and rifles broke the silence of the night, spasmodically, like dogs barking on lone farms. Republicans and Free Staters were waging civil war. On a rooftop near O'Connell Bridge, a Republican sniper lay watching. Beside him lay his rifle and over his shou

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    3573 words - 15 pages

    R OBBERY (3) • Firearm • Knife or Cutting Instrument • Other Dangerous Weapon • Strong-arm—Hands, Fists, Feet, etc. Definition: The taking or attempting to take anything of value from the care, custody, or control of a person or persons by force or threat of force or violence and/or by putting the victim in fear. Robbery is a vicious type of theft in that it is committed in the presence of the victim. The victim, who usually is the owner or person having custody of the property, is directly confronted by the perpetrator and is threatened with force or is put in fear that force will

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    Law Enforcement

    1138 words - 5 pages

    The job of a police officer has many advantages and disadvanatges. Most officers would say they find the job rewarding, and creates a sense of accomplishment. The role the officers play also vary, such as directing traffic, patrolling streets, and even to fill in positions such as a police chief. Having police around creates a more safe environment and makes people feel better knowing there are police there for protection. Therefor, the job of a police officer is fufilling and necessary, because police officers are needed to keep order. The need for law enforcement has been growing over the

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    Abortion Genocide Or Not

    1505 words - 7 pages

    The expulsion or removal of an embryo or foetus from the mother prematurely, this can be done as an artificial procedure, but it often happens naturally when the mother's body expels the foetus because it has died, has genetic or developmental defects, or because of infection or illness in the mother. Natural abortions are typically called miscarriages. Medically-induced abortions, which can be completed with surgery or with hormone drugs, are performed because the foetus is unwanted, deformed, not likely to live, or endangers the mother's life or health. The American history dictionary descri

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    Police Argumentative Paper

    1154 words - 5 pages

    Thomas Jardine English comp I Argumentative paper Berrien Springs Police ineffective? What comes to mind when one thinks of the police today? Is it, oh great here come the police to save the day or is it, oh crap these cops never leave me alone. One would think that everybody would love the police because their sole purpose is to protect and serve the people. Sadly that perception is changing as more and more scandals over race and money mismanagement have surfaced in recent years. Throughout this essay I’ll we’ll be covering what has happen recently in the quiet little town of Be

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    A Boys Life

    2631 words - 11 pages

    A long time ago in a city far, far away, a young boy was walking on a desolate highway, kicking on a rusty tin. The night was dark and freezing around him. It had stopped snowing now, but the wind was still blowing in the few leaves that were left on the trees. He was cold. He wrapped his jacket even tighter to his body, and sat down on a tree stump that wasn’t too covered with snow. He sat there all alone for a long, long time, with a little tear in the corner of his eye. He started to look back on his life, all the mistakes he had done –and not at least his family. The last words… “Now, s

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    Why Dont Women Report Sexual Assaults

    2037 words - 9 pages

    Introduction: Has there ever been a time in your life where you were embarrassed to tell someone something that happened to you? A time where you thought no one would believe you? Did you know that every two minutes in the United States, someone is sexually assaulted ( One in six women will be assaulted in their lifetime but less than half will report it, and an estimated ninety-four percent will never come to the attention of the criminal justice system (McGregor). A research letter in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, “Why Don’t More Women Report Sexual Assaults to the P

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    The Night The Ghost Got In

    492 words - 2 pages

    In the story The Night the Ghost Got In, there was two characters that stretched their credibility throughout. The grandfather and mother of the narrator were continually raising eyebrows because their actions were almost unbelievable. Additionally, their actions were funny because they were very unlikely. The personality of the mother is very caring and protective, since she would not allow her sons to go downstairs to call the police. Also on that note, she told the narrator not to go downstairs to let the police in because he did not have any clothes on and thought he would get cold.

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    To Kill A Mockingbird Plot Overview

    782 words - 4 pages

    Plot Overview Scout Finch lives with her brother, Jem, and their widowed father, Atticus, in the sleepy Alabama town of Maycomb. Maycomb is suffering through the Great Depression, but Atticus is a prominent lawyer and the Finch family is reasonably well off in comparison to the rest of society. One summer, Jem and Scout befriend a boy named Dill, who has come to live in their neighborhood for the summer, and the trio acts out stories together. Eventually, Dill becomes fascinated with the spooky house on their street called the Radley Place. The house is owned by Mr. Nathan Radley, whose broth

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    The Journey

    1212 words - 5 pages

    It is a Friday and the sun is blinding bright overhead. My pants have a crease that could cut through steel, like a hot knife through butter. As I walked up to the building at Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS), I could feel my heart beating as if my life just started; my palms are moist, mouth is like a desert, and my feet know not what they are walking into. I press the buzzer, “Ding Dong”; the door makes a sound as if to say, “Open me.” Passing through the archway I find myself standing on a blood red carpet, and people in uniforms are all around me. Some of them had colored r

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    Idealized Paradox

    2507 words - 11 pages

    An Idealized Paradox? California was and still is known for its golden opportunity to experience something different. It is widely regarded as an experience that cannot be achieved in any other place in the world. The lush surroundings provide a getaway. The many different cultures provide a rich diversity. The many opportunities one can pursue. The lights, the glitz, the glamour, the weather, all of these are what make California, California. Than there are the hardships, the violence, the crime, the economy, soaring gas prices, the action hero governor. These characteristics of Californi

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    Cover Letter

    441 words - 2 pages

    Deputy Director, Administration HR and Finance End Child Prostitution, Child Pornography and Trafficking in Children for sexual purposes (ECPAT) 328/1 Phayathai Road Rachathewi, Bangkok Thailand 10400 Tel: +662 215 3388 Dear Sir or Madam I am writing to indicate my interest in the position of Information and Communication Officer as advertised in the Bangkok Post on January 12, 2008. I’m a passionate volunteer of our current Child Centre. For many years, I have had a long and happy with this non-profit organization, as employee, volunteer, and my current position as Communication O

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    Breaker What

    1714 words - 7 pages

    “Breaker, Breaker!” What? Observe and report; that is the job of a security officer. Does that mean if I am a patrol officer, all I do is drive by? There are a lot of missing links to my idea of what the job description of a patrol officer is. Some of which I hope will be cleared up after my interview. Contacting my “subject”, I was told to come into the main office at 11:30pm for my first visit, the observation. I gladly accepted the time disregarding the fact that I had class really early in the morning. I really have interest in learning more about this occupation because I love driving a

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    Public Violence In Romeo And Juliet

    1232 words - 5 pages

    Public violence, a deadly plague committed by many individuals around the world, results in deadly effects contributing to the breakage of a society. This is evident in Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare. Shakespeare has a very strong message on public violence leading to devastation, shown by the effects of certain vicious actions. Firstly, those that are themselves involved in public violence are harmed by their own actions, and these actions later lead to their own deaths. Secondly, the people related to the victims are also impacted negatively, because of the loss of someone so cl

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    Operation Call Center Blues

    755 words - 4 pages

    --DO NOT READ; IT REALLY SUCKS-- Poncho McPherson Senior Project Reflection Paper 17 January, 2008 Operation Call Center Blues Since the dawn of time, there have been protectors of man. Examples of this include many various militaries of multiple sizes and moralities. However, times have changed, and rules and regulations have been put into effect. Some rules have been instated to restrict our guardians. Others have been enforced to save the measly dollar. However, all of these rules have colloquially conjoined together to form a tight mesh of flesh and blood, black and blue. This mes

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    L A Confidential Quotation Study

    924 words - 4 pages

    Bribery, corruption, extortion, the Mafia, all of part of the Los Angeles way of life during the 1950s a time where the city was making a name for itself as the largest criminal hotspot and home to the infamous Cosa Nostre, otherwise known as the Italian Mafia. In his writing of L.A. Confidential, James Ellroy is described as perfectly capturing one of the most criminal cities in North America, not as any one person would see it either, but more for its true image, the side of L.A. that most of the world doesn’t see. By American crime literature standards, L.A. confidential is said by critic

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    Gun Rights

    588 words - 3 pages

    Gun rights should not be given to every person in the World. If a person is or was a convicted criminal they should not be allowed gun rights. A police man should not be able to carry a gun around off duty because they should have other tactics to deal with criminals or call in on duty policemen. An ordinary person should not be able to own an automatic machine gun. Gun control should be more strict in the United States and around the world. The second amendment says a well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shal

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    Why Police Become Criminals

    1098 words - 5 pages

    Why Police Become Criminals It seems like more police have become criminals. “Now it seems cops have gone into competition with street criminals.” (Newsweek, Oct. 21,1992: pg.18) Some police use their power to commit crimes, and society has come to fear officers. In many urban neighborhoods civilians have started to not trust the police and have opted not to cooperate or communicate with law enforcement for this reason. The law enforcement system needs a make over. We must stop the corruption in the police force. Our laws have allowed individuals to slip through the cracks of our justice

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    In The Penal Colony Analysis Metaphors

    688 words - 3 pages

    In The Penal Colony In Franz Kafka’s short story, “In the Penal Colony,” there are many metaphors that are related to issues of power and change. There are, in turn, many different ways in which to interpret these metaphors. Through using different techniques and tools we are able to identify what these metaphors are potentially attempting to convey. The Old Governor in the story is representative of the obtainment of power through force. He intimidates his people through tools of said force, such as the machine. Thus preventing his people from standing up to him because they are too

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    Hooligans Turn Soccer Into A Dangerous Sport

    1141 words - 5 pages

    Watching a soccer match is no longer a good idea for a family outing – not in Kenya. For the second time in six months, riots have marred an international football match. The chaos that erupted at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani, during the final of the four-nations Castle Lager Cup last Saturday just went a long way to confirm that football hooliganism is indeed taking root in the country, and that watching soccer is no longer a safe and innocent pastime. The first and perhaps more audacious incident was in April when fans lit up a fire from the terraces during a match wa

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    My Experience

    911 words - 4 pages

    I've just came back from a 3 days 2 nights camp and what would i say about this camp?? well, its the best camp I've ever been to in Malaysia despite all the tiredness... haha! Venue: Persatuan Pandu Puteri KL Hq, Brickfields Date: 18-20 April 2008 I was holding the post as an ass. JPC a.k.a Assistant First Aider and a facilitator. When i reached, most of the girls were already there. Help mom to get all the stuff out ready for registration. While registration was on, i lepak around since i'm not holding any session today except for the suai kenal a.k.a ice breaking session whereby i'll

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    Criminal Procedures

    359 words - 2 pages

    Define the following terms and/or any requirements/tests/applications that pertain to them: Plain View: 1. Plain view is any illegal item that is within the sight of an officer. __ Anything that in plain view of an officer can be seized without a warrant and won’t intrude on anybodies fourth amendment rights.__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 2. Horton v. California was the leading case on the plain view doctrine. This case states that if an

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    Report Marilyn Monroe

    433 words - 2 pages

    REPORT Marilyn Monroe Causes of death 12th August 1962 On the 5th of August 1962 Marilyn Monroe died cause suspected suicide she was found dead in her bed in the early hours of the morning she was killed by what the coroners called death by Nembutol which is a strong sleeping pill but the autopsy reviled there was no Nembutol residue in her stomach witch leads us to believe that it could not have been death by pills that were swallowed. This leads us to another problem although no pills residue were found in the stomach high levels of Nembutol and Librium a weaker sleeping pil

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    Scarrlet Letter

    973 words - 4 pages

    Women in literature has long been a discussion among scholars, as a way to see where we are going and where we’ve been-using the words written by people from different times as a type of encyclopedia into a time frame. Women have been treated well, women have been oppressed, and often time we hear about the progression of the rights of women in different societies. However, I believe that there has been the common mistake of amateur scholars and college students to confuse the status of a woman’s rights and her actual treatment. Women’s rights are, without a doubt, important to history. Althou

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    Police Organization

    2087 words - 9 pages

    Abstract This paper reviews the organizational subsystem and subsystem tasks of modern police department. Why these tasks must be grouped into like subsystem functions to be effective. It also, examines how the police organization must adhere to a chain of command in order communicate. The role supervisors, management and the administration must take in delegating authority and methods to monitor its misuse or abuse. How well developed organizational policies and procedures guide the use of police employee discretion to ensure the philosophy of the department is met. Police Organizati

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    Drinking And Driving

    2091 words - 9 pages

    Drunk driving is considered a serious offence in every province. It is wrong, irresponsible and wastes many lives. People who abuse alcohol hurt everyone around them, endanger public safety, and create havoc on the roads. There is nothing positive that can come out of drunk driving, so why do people do it? I personally do not know why people do it, but it is society's job to punish these menaces and try to take control of this issue. Canada doesn't want to watch idly as hundreds of people are killed each day. We want to take a stand and let the world know that we do not tolerate driving drun

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    Prologe To The Pardoner

    1337 words - 6 pages

    Prologue to the Pardoner's Tale: The Host thinks that the cause of Virginia's death in the previous tale was her beauty. To counter the sadness of the tale, the Host suggests that the Pardoner tell a lighter tale. The Pardoner delays, for he wants to finish his meal, but says that he shall tell a moral tale. He says that he will tell a tale with this moral: the love of money is the root of all evil. He claims that during his sermons he shows useless trifles that he passes off as saints' relics. He proudly tells about how he defrauds people who believed they have sinned. He states explicitly

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    Ethnic Conflict

    3745 words - 15 pages

    Recent Canadian ethnic conflict history was the rebellion of the Mohawks at Oka in 1990 which constituted a major challenge to the government of Quebec as well as the federal government. It marked the first use of the Canadian military in a domestic rebellion since the troubles surrounding the FLQ crisis in 1970. So furious were some civilians at the Natives that rocks were thrown at Native children and the elderly, with suggestions of vigilante action against the Mohawks. For 78 days in the summer of 1990 Mohawk warriors engaged in an armed standoff with the Quebec police and the Canadian arm

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    The Silent Observer

    672 words - 3 pages

    Are you reading closely? In my line of work I overhear many conversations, conversations about problems at work and the need for money, conversations about family and marriage, and conversations about politics and so on and so forth. Although people come to me and have these conversations with each other, they never notice me because I’m just doing my job and thus I enjoy listening in on other people’s thoughts here at the park. I observe these people that visit the park: how they talk to each other, or play with their children, or walk their dog. But these conversations do get boring so

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    Does Negative Actions Affect The Whole Force

    687 words - 3 pages

    Have you ever looked around and thought every police officer you saw was corrupt. Or just the opposite that every officer you saw was just one of the best. Well I believe that most likely you were thinking every officer was corrupt. I believe this is because the negative actions of some police affect the image of the entire police force more than the positive actions. I believe this first because when something negative is said in an article or news report the author does not sought out the officer who did the negative action they just simply say the name of the police force. I believe this se

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    Rays Police Encounter

    617 words - 3 pages

    Five years after the incident, Ray was caught during a robbery. He had teamed up with another no-good lowlife named John. John had had a childhood much similar to Ray’s, and had turned out just as screwed up. They had been robbing gas stations, mini markets and whatever they came by, during their trip down route 66. But nothing lasts forever, and they were caught during a robbery on a gas station in the middle of Utah. The station owner had stashed a shotgun under the counter. When he pulled the shotgun out from behind the counter, John got so scared that he ran away with his tail between his

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