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Deconstructing the Documentary Peer Discussion (Blackboard)

Deconstructing the Documentary Peer Discussion (Blackboard). Documentaries have long been a source of educational entertainment. However, often there is no connection to the literature spanning the academic field. In this activity, your task is to draw connections between the assigned readings and documentary films. Specifically, you will assess the academic worthiness of the documentary by specifically highlighting segments within the film. You will then explain how the documentary connects to our material.

I evaluate your participation by looking at your overall analysis. I am assessing your ability to analyze and critique the documentary. Do not merely summarize the documentary. I should be able to clearly see the analysis of the documentary through an academic lens. If you only summarize the documentary, you have not completed the activity correctly. You need to share with the class if the documentary is accurate, elaborate on the issues presented, and set the documentary to

Assignment 1

a. Explain the difference between Law and Morality 

b. Define and Distinguish between Criminal Law and Civil Law and include a comparison of the following in your answer: What is their purpose? Who are the parties involved? What is the procedure? Compare the penalties of each. 

c. Illustrate the order and explain the function of ALL of the courts used in the TCI legal system. 

d. Explain ANY THREE (3) ways in which the TCI court structure or system operates differently from the one in Britain.

(For example in terms of the structure of courts, personnel, the function of the courts etc.)

Senior Seminar in Criminal Justice

Criminal justice is often in the news and many news stories relate to issues in community policing.  For this assignment, you are required to find a newspaper article or news story, published since January 1, 2016 that addresses community policing.

These stories should not be sensationalized articles (e.g., George Zimmerman, Lindsay Lohan) or brief articles from such sources as the Associated Press (Ive included some tips below to help you identify an appropriate article). Instead, these stories should illustrate some of the concepts and issues weve discussed in the first part of this course.

Include a link to the article in your post and write a 200 word description of the current issue with the court.  Next read and respond to another student with 100 response.  Engage with one another and do you best to make links between the news story and the material from this module.

Locating an article:

- The best place to find articles for this assi

Multimedia activity: Business Organization

Visit the Choose Your Business Structure:


If you were to start your own business, which business entity structure would you choose? Justify why your chosen structure is the best organizational form.

Explain the following business structures: sole proprietorship, partnership, LLC, and a corporation. In your analysis address the following for each business structure:

Steps to form
Personal liability for owners
Advantages and disadvantages
Your paper must be three to five pages (excluding title and reference pages), and it must be formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Writing Center. You must cite at least two scholarly sources in addition to the course textbook. Cite your sources in-text and on the reference page. For information regarding APA samples and tutorials, visit the Writing Center (Links to an external site.).

Final Paper Proposal

Review the assignment instructions for the Final Paper in Week 5. Submit an outline for your Final Paper that includes the following:

Develop an introduction with a thesis statement for the Final Paper.
Create an outline of the major headings with a two- to three-sentence description of what you will discuss under each heading.
Provide a references page for the sources used in the Final Paper (the Final Paper has a minimum requirement of five scholarly sources).
State the complete bibliographic citation for the scholarly source following APA guidelines
The outline must be two to three pages in length (excluding title and reference pages) and formatted according to APA style

Week 5 Instructions For Final Paper:
You are the manager of Acme Fireworks, a fireworks retailer who sells fireworks, puts on ground display fireworks, and large aerial display fireworks. The company started in the owners garage two years ago and now has 15 employees that you manage

Trace Evidence Analysis

Investigators must always be aware of the potential value of trace evidence such as paint and soil evidence when processing crime scenes for evidential clues.

In a 3-5 page essay answer the following questions using the concepts you learned in this unit.

Discuss the proper collection and preservation of paint evidence from an automobile suspected of being involved in a hit-and-run incident with another motor vehicle. Paint that is foreign to the suspect automobile is observed on the hood. Describe the proper submission of paint transfers and paint standards from both motor vehicles for laboratory examination. (An excellent answer would include at least five major points.)

Discuss how soil evidence is collected and preserved in a criminal investigation. (An excellent answer would include at least four major points.): [Saferstein, R. (2018). Criminalistics: An introduction to forensic science. pgs 366-369]

Summarize how the crime lab conducts forensic soil exa

Fourth Amendment, Policies, and Society

Understanding the foundation of Fourth Amendment protections will help you understand how the interpretation and line-drawing has changed over time to reflect public policy and changes in society. Prepare a 3-page paper, citing a minimum of three academically verified references and addressing the following points:

Describe the type of search the framers of the Constitution prohibited through the Fourth Amendment.
Explain how prohibiting that type of search would address historical problems.
Fast-forwarding to today, you are a police officer getting ready to request a search warrant for an apartment suspected to contain illegal drugs. You know that warrants are generally issued with a knock-and-announce requirement. You are concerned that the occupants will destroy the evidence, and you have heard that some judges will give police a no-knock warrant authorizing officers to enter certain premises without first knocking and announcing their presence or purpose. Using the Hei

Catch Me If You Can

Video/Movie Analysis - On Catch Me If You Can

This assignment is designed to assess students ability to incorporate material from the module readings and apply them to assigned video or pop culture movie depictions about white-collar crime.

Each paper will be roughly two pages, demonstrating how specific elements of the media source can be used to illustrate concepts from any of the module readings of white collar crime.  Each paper should incorporate at least three concepts from the required module readings, using and citing at least two of the required course readings in each module.

The paper should include:
A minimum of 5 paragraphs, an introduction, 3 paragraphs in the body (one paragraph for each concept), and a conclusion. 
The introduction should include an attention grabber, a thesis statement, and a clear preview statement.
The body of the paragraph should allow you to introduce the course concept, explain the concept, demonstrat

M6D1: Stepping Outside Our Comfort Zone Part 2

Please refer to the attached files containing more detailed information and instructions.

Be sure to answer each question in it's entirety one by one being as clear and precise as possible.
Write and label each question by number then provide detailed answer under each question.

Controversial Court case: Steven Avery

I NEED A PROPOSAL AND an outline to match this final paper. Read attached instructions and let me know if you can also include a brief proposal paper and an outline and I will place an order for each additional paper (proposal and outline)

Must follow attached instructions
2-3 pages research proposal
1-2 pages outline
7-8 pages final paper
(11 pages total)

Your task is to write a paper thoroughly analyzing and critiquing a recent controversial court case. The goal of this assignment is for you to demonstrate your understanding of the concepts and theories discussed throughout this course through the analysis of a real-life case. Furthermore, this assignment gives you the opportunity to reflect upon the current state of the criminal justice system and relate current issues to the themes presented throughout the course.

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