Enforcement Essays

  • The Enforcement of International Law

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    dissenters fail to provide the minimum protection of human rights guaranteed to all through international law. By examining accounts of Tibetans detained for such peaceful protests, this paper will set out to highlight the discrepancies between Chinese enforcement of international law in theory and in practice. Before this paper goes any further, the notion of international law must be explained. Providing a better understanding of international law will make easier the task of highlighting China’s struggles

  • Weak Enforcement of the Bankruptcy Laws

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    Weak Enforcement of the Bankruptcy Laws In an article in The Business Journal Mukherjee tells of "A health club executive in Texas persuaded a bankruptcy judge that his Rolex watch was off-limits to the creditors because the watch was a part of his look and personality. Stripping it would make him feel naked" (69).  They even let him keep it.  This is the kind of thing that need to be dealt with.  It just sends an image that the government and the courts want people to get away with bankruptcy

  • stress and law enforcement

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    Management and Dealing with Stress in Officers It is important that law enforcement officers are able to handle stress and build his or her zone of stability. Officers have a ready-made support system in each other. They better understand the special problems and feelings that come with the job that friends and family members don’t. That doesn’t necessarily mean that this relationship with their fellow officers will cure all. Sometimes, because of the “macho” image that police officers uphold

  • Evironmental Law: Enforcement Measures And Effectiveness

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    Evironmental Law: Enforcement Measures and Effectiveness Pollution, why is it still running rampant in our environment today ? Are there no laws to control or stop it ? In regards to these questions, Canada has a great many laws to stop and regulate pollution. But despite this, why is it still happening. What are Canada's so called enforcement measures and are they effective ? We have the Environmental Bill of Rights and the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, just to name a few. Sure some polluters

  • Technology In Law Enforcement

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    Technology In Law Enforcement Ever since the beginning of mankind, there have been those who pursue a more felonious lifestyle. Those who seek to obtain something from nothing, not by the sweat of their own brow, but by the labor and hard work of others. People who scheme, lie, cheat, steal, and even kill to take what does not belong to them. If left alone, the actions of these individuals and the results reaped would spread across the world like a deadly cancer with no hope of a cure or relieving

  • Impacts of Computer Technology on Law Enforcement

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    Impacts of Computer Technology on Law Enforcement Computers have had large impacts, in both negative and positive ways, on law enforcement related professions.With the introduction of the laptop, many vehicles were equipped to carry them in the dash.With these in place, officers can run warrant checks or find other necessary information about you and the vehicle when they pull you over and perform a search.But those same laptops, not the ones used in the cars, and other PCs have also led to

  • Effective Law Enforcement

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    characteristics that can be identified to gauge and define a successful law enforcement organization. The qualities and characteristics demonstrated collectively by the members of a law enforcement organization can further support the organization’s mission statement, vision, and core values. An organization must have a strategic plan designed to provide improvements in performance and delivery of services. Law enforcement leaders must take a proactive and innovative approach in identifying supervisors

  • Drones In Law Enforcement Essay

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    The Use of Drones in Law Enforcement With technology advancing rapidly society is finding other ways to make some situations much easier. A method is the use of drones, they are becoming more popular among consumers but also with law enforcement, by including them to the work force, Drones have many beneficial uses by assisting law enforcement to fight crimes and processing accident photographs scenes as well as in search and rescue missions. Involving UAV’s in crime cases it simplifies the job

  • Arab Values Of Law Enforcement

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    The United States is a vast land of various races, ethnicities and religious backgrounds in which law enforcement must navigate daily. Many communication barriers still interfere in the building of relationships between various cultural groups and the law enforcement that serves them. While each group brings its own stack of beliefs and backgrounds, it is still important for law enforcement to become familiar with those they may encounter


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    27 Jan 2002 OVERVIEW OF LAW ENFORCEMENT INTELLIGENCE Intelligence collecting and analyzing have been around since even Biblical times and is often referred to as the second oldest profession. Since the early 1900s, law enforcement officials have begun to utilize the value of the intelligence collection methods. One of the first well-known uses of intelligence by law enforcement was during the “Black Hand” investigations, which lasted from 1905 to 1909. The investigations resulted in the deportation

  • Law Enforcement Intelligence Processes

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    LAW ENFORCEMENT INTELLIGENCE PROCESSES The fundamental key for any successful intelligence mission is the ability to access information from the different intelligence disciplines: Imagery Intelligence (IMINT), Signals Intelligence (SIGINT), Measures and Signals Intelligence (MASINT), Human Intelligence (HUMINT), and Open Source Intelligence (OSINT). These five disciplines are in essence the only way for the analyst to gather information, short of actually traveling the world to investigate hands

  • Motivation And Productivity In Law Enforcement

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    Decrease in Motivation and Productivity in Law Enforcement My department, division, and career field areexperiencing a significant decrease in both job satisfaction and productivity on a large scale. There are several factors that can be contributed to these declines on a national and regional scale, as well as how these problems are being addressed within my department. In terms of productivity, I will speak to proactive enforcement activities taken by police officers with a focus

  • The NWMP: Development of Early Canadian Law Enforcement

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    NWMP: Development of Early Canadian Law Enforcement The creation of the North-West Mounted Police in 1873 was the "ultimate expression of the federal government’s control over policing" (Johnson & Griffiths: 1991, 29). The North-West Mounted Police (NWMP), predecessors of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) were created by the government of John A. MacDonald to police the prairies. Prior to the development of the NWMP, the only form of law enforcement came from employees of the Hudson Bay Company

  • Gang Intelligence Methods in Law Enforcement

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    INTELLIGENCE METHODS IN LAW ENFORCEMENT The American headlines of any large city will site killings on street corners, robberies, assaults, intimidation, and drug interaction. While not all-criminal activity is associated with gangs, the 780,000 strong members do account for a large majority of the problems that are plaguing America. There is no one-way to stop gang activity in one single swipe, but through a combination of cooperation, education, and training techniques law enforcement can minimize the gang’s

  • The Drug Enforcement Administration

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    Origin of the Agency The Drug Enforcement Administration has a long history that marks its significance and succession. Much had been going on during the late nineteen-sixties and early seventies that shaped the years between such as: the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., the Hippie movement, the closing days of the Vietnam War, the disbandment of the Beatles, Woodstock, the first man on the moon, and the beginning of the Watergate scandal (to name a few). President Richard Nixon took office

  • Recruiting In Law Enforcement

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    Shusta et al., (2011), “Many law enforcement agencies have had difficulty finding qualified applicants; however, which has led to a recruitment crisis. This crisis, although influenced by economic circumstances, appears to be primarily the result of changing societal and demographic trends” (p. 82). There has been many controversies and attention towards the recruiting and hiring crisis in American law enforcement. Among the various problems that law enforcement agencies in America face, however

  • Law Enforcement Cameras an Invasion of Privacy

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    The past decade has seen a proliferation of law enforcement security cameras in public areas, with central London having more cameras than any other city. In cities like New York, Los Angeles, and central London, cameras can be found at almost every intersection. Terrorist attacks have been a major basis for this significant increase in law enforcement security cameras; however, privacy advocates, along with many of the public, feel that it’s an invasion of privacy. People are concerned that all

  • Law Enforcement Agencies

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    Renee McCune Professor Keilholtz Intro to CRJ 110 23 October 2016 Law Enforcement Agencies within When we think of federal law enforcement agencies we only think about the CIA, FBI, DEA, and ATF. There are many different agencies that have their own law enforcement agencies within themselves. Two agencies I found to be within another agency is the United States Postal Inspection Service (USPSIS) which is an investigation agency within the United States Postal Service. I also found the United

  • Negative Impacts of Law Enforcement on Communities

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    The Law Enforcement not helping but making the world a empty place. Over a span of 3 years police officers of the law have had a negative impact on the community. I thought to be a Police Officer of North Carolina you must Have successfully completed Basic Law Enforcement Training and passed the BLET state exam and also be good moral character, that’s what i thought? What caused them to kill or beat on innocent citizen of the community? When i grew up i always got stickers and advice from

  • Racial Disparities In Law Enforcement Essay

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    mistrust and fear them. Law enforcement agencies have encountered countless issues regarding the community’s height of respect. However, this means we must establish and implement new policies accordingly. Though it will only be effective if both police and citizens come to a mutual understanding. In the city of Ferguson, MO such issues exist. Due to racial disparities, their community has become scarred. “Too many young men of color feel targeted by law enforcement — guilty of walking while black