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    Rottman v commissioners of police for the Metropolis “Extradition search is lawful, lords say common law power is still available” The name of the parties are (appellant) commissioner of the police of the metropolis,(respondent) Mr. Michael Rottman . The judgment has been held in the house of lords. The judges on this were- Lord Nicholls of Birkenhead, Lord Hoffmann, Lord Hope of Craighead, Lord Hutton and Lord Roger of Earlsferry. The barristers and solicitors in this case were, Mr. Perry, on behalf

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    CASE NOTE Regina v Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis, Ex Parte Rottman UKHL 20 (2002) 2A.C. 692 s.r.n:130355977 Regina v Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis, Ex Parte Rottman 16 th May 2002. Lord Nicholls of Birkenhead, Lord Hoffman, Lord Hope of Craighead, Lord Hutton and Lord Rodger of Earlsferry. Procedural history: On appeal from a Divisional Court of the Queen’s Decision to the House of Lords. The judicial review against the Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis and

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    LUCKNOW: M R Syeda Hameed's report on the status of Muslim women in India, entitled ``Voice of the Voiceless'', is a bold initiative, documentating in no uncertain terms the double disadvantage of being women and Muslim in India. As member of the National Commission for Women, Dr Hameed conducted public hearings from Kerala to Kashmir, Calcutta to Surat. Everywhere, it was the same story, as women spoke of community objections to sending girls to school after puberty, the dangling threat of triple

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    On February 17, 2014 at 9:00 a.m., I attended a New Hanover County Board of Commissioners meeting. The regular meetings are held twice a month at the New Hanover County Historic Courthouse, Assembly Room 301, at 24 North Third Street in Wilmington North Carolina. Commissioners in attendance were Woody White, Chairman, Beth Dawson, Vice Chair, Jonathan Barfield Jr., Thomas Wolfe, and Brian Berger was absent. Also in attendance was Chris Coudriet, County Manager, Wanda Copley, County Attorney, Shelia

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    The Role of the Commissioner for Judicial Appointments The commission was set up originally after Sir Leonard Peach was ordered to provide a report into how the proceedings of appointments for the judiciary and the Queen’s Counsel was made. The main aim of the report was to evaluate the procedures into how judicial and Queen’s counsel appointments are made. In particular the effectiveness of the criteria given and the procedures for the selection of the best candidates, the safeguards against

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    staff and the public, the Holmes County commissioners met Monday with representatives from the Holmes County courts and sheriff's office to plan for repair of the courthouse elevator, which will shut down the lift's operation for several weeks. In February, the commissioners agreed to contract with Schindler Elevator Corp. for improvements to the elevator. Construction is set to begin on Aug. 1 and should be completed by Halloween, according to the commissioners, who met with Common Pleas Judge Robert

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    interrupted by the other things we have to put our focus in. Therefore, we do not all get to truly put our entire focus on each thing we have to take care of in our lives. I feel this is a great example on how all commissioners function. There are so many issues in all our cities that the city commissioners do not get to cover all of them and put their entire focus on all of them. For my assignment I viewed the video of the city commission meeting that took place in McAllen TX on 11/25/13. They began the meeting

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    7. Roosevelt as New York City Police Commissioner Theodore Roosevelt was appointed in 1895 as the president of the board of the New York City Police Commissioners, a post he held for two years. At that time the New York Police Department (NYPD) was believed to be one of the most corrupt departments in America. According to their history Roosevelt was an excellent and trustworthy leader who brought a huge change to the New York City Police Commission. He used to inspect firearms daily and even took

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    wanted to reach. Some people wanted to be astronauts, others firefighters, and yet some wanted to be police officers. The lifestyle that is portrayed of a police officer on the television looks glamourous and action packed, with high speed chases all the time and frequent doughnut stops. But this is not necessarily the reality of the situation. Life of a Police Officer While the life and work of a police officer, commonly referred to as a cop, may be portrayed as exhilarating and adrenaline-charged though

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    Introduction Modernised in the later half of 19th century, the police forces’ main goal is to protect people, prevent crime and maintain law and order. There has been numerous changes in governance of the police since it’s estabilishment, most recent being the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011 which was – and continously is – the subject to many controversies. To establish whether the ‘new and improved’ organisation of the police, including the PCC, is effective, we firstly must ask ourselves

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    to improve the relationship between Baltimore Police Department (P.D.) and the Baltimore community, it is crucial for police leadership to jump in immediately and acknowledge problems exist, but not only due to the race of the citizens the department serves. Baltimore Police Commissioner (P.C.) should assure the community that the police and other community stakeholders will make a serious effort to address and remediate any real or perceived police misconduct. It is equally important that Baltimore

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    elected into office and brought with him a reputation of viciousness against crime. His campaigns lead to the appointment of Commissioner William Joseph Bratton to hold the position of police commissioner of New York City. Giuliani learnt of Bratton’s amazing crime reduction plan that helped reduce crime in two other cities. He requested him for the position as police commissioner for New York City and was appointed in 1990. Bratton had previously helped establish an innovative policing program in Boston

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    The Thompson Valley Police Service is seeking to double the number of police recruits over the next three years. In an attempt to attract more applicants, the newly appointed Police Commissioner, Commissioner Jason DeVillain is proposing two key changes to the current selection process. Firstly, Commissioner DeVillain is proposing to eliminate the requirement for partial or completed tertiary education. Secondly, it is being proposed that psychological testing should be removed from the selection

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    America’s major cities. He indicates his early life in Boston and his tenure at previous policing jobs that illustrates his vast desire and experience in dealing with crimes. He is a successful raconteur telling the autobiography significant police commissioner of the 20th century. His personal life is inspirational and depicts the self-improvement tradition of the Americans. He indicates Bill Bratton’s performance in an interesting but rather embroidered manner. The book is arranged roughly chronologically

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    In 2013, the IRS got audited and it wasn't pretty. In 2013, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) admitted that it had inappropriately targeted and scrutinized political groups applying for tax-exempt status. At first it was reported that the agency had only targeted conservative groups, including groups with "Tea Party" in its name. However, it was later revealed that some liberal groups, such as those associated with the Occupy Wall Street movement, were also targeted, although to a lesser extent

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    Policing the Police: An Argument for Democratic Say in How People Are Policed Quenton King May 5, 2014 Dr. Wozniak SOCA 319 The role of police in their communities and society as a whole, is an interesting and unique position. They are citizens that are responsible for policing fellow, equal citizens and are the extensive arm of the government. Police are required to enforce laws set by the state, regardless of the effectiveness or rationality of the laws and any negative consequences they cause

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    ) A stop and search is a vital power that a police officer possesses. This power can be used to prevent serious incidents from taking place. For example offences such as theft, drugs, public disorder and serious violence. However, statistics shows that people from black or Asian communities are stopped and searched more often than Caucasians. This resulted in a high number of cases being filed on the grounds of human rights and discrimination (Open University, 2014). According to section 60 of the

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    Points I will cover in this essay are :Summery of the US Judicial System,standard organizational system and issues and challenges that faces each component system. The three component of US justice police, courts and corrections organization and administration work diligently and effortless to deliver the optimal fairness to much extent .How the three component of the US justice system deliver fairness is sometimes questionable. The three parts of the criminal justice system operate together

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    system as to whether there is a miscarriage of justice as highlighted in Regina (Rottman) v Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis. This case questioned whether there was an infringement of Article 8 of the Human Rights Act by the Police upon the Claimant whereby the Police overextended their common law power in performing a search and seizure without a warrant. In the case of Rottman v Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis, Mr. Michael Rottman (the claimant), a German Businessman was allegedly

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    the report “treading the thin blue line: Embedding culture change at New Zealand police” it shows that there are members within the police force that are resisting the changes that the police minister Judith Collins and the police commissioner Peter Marshall are trying to implement. This report has shown that there are two main groups resisting the change, frontline staff and women officers of the New Zealand police force. The front line officers are resisting the change because they believe that

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