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  • Importance Of Police Reports

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    Report writing is very important in the police field. An officer must be able to accurately record information regarding those activities and present it to those who were not there while also doing their job well. A person 's guilt or innocence may rest on information present or absent in these records (Server). All officers need to write police reports. Police Officers are evaluated based on their written reports. Good police work is maintained completely by an officer 's ability to present accurate

  • A Report On The Chicago Police Department

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    This memo is in reference to the recent data received from the 3rd District Police Department in Grand Crossing which is a part of the Chicago Police Department located on the city’s South Side. It is also considered to be one of the city’s most violent neighborhoods. Therefore, I will be reporting on the dates between August 30, 2016 to September 12, 2016 for the police beat of 1533 and ward 28 and 29. Furthermore, I will give details on the administrative, tactical and strategic analysis for this

  • Role of Police Reports In the Law Enforcement Community

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    “understood” or “got it” on police shows and in action movies. Pretty much everything that comes out of an on-duty officer’s mouth is in some sort of code. One important genre in the law enforcement community is police reports. Police reports are the standardize way of reporting and are often the same in all states. Police reports are significant because they can be used to determine criminal charges and to further an investigation (Viridis). There are various types of police reports that all serve different

  • Writing a Police Report Narrative

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    Report writing is a form of writing that gives it reader information a type of writing that explain what is taking place or what has taking it a recounting of events . Most newspapers use this type of descriptive recreation of events within their report writing they explain the circumstances of case, court proceeding, type of crime that occurred, etc. (Police reports and there purpose (n.d). Newspaper writer try to explain to the readers what took place and why it is or should be topics of concern

  • Paul's Police Report

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    It all started when I went to the football field last week. I decide to sit behind the bleachers at Lake Windsor High School and to watch the rest of football practice while my mother was in a parent meeting inside the school. Then, I saw Luis's Cruz pick-up truck parking, at first I was wondering what exactly he was doing there then I found out that he wanted to talk to Erik Fisher. Luis went asking for him, and of course they told him where he was. At first Erik looked surprised then slightly scared

  • Analytical thinking under distrust - Better not to know that one distrusts

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    Wyer, & Epstein, 1996). Our ability to notice or recognise deception and lies and in a next step to respond appropriately is not very far-reaching. We are only marginally capable of distinguishing truth from falsehood. Even trained people, such as police officers, succeed only slightly better than a lay person in detecting liars. Further on they are in no greater degree sure that a person is telling the truth (Akehurst, Koehnken, Vrij, & Bull, 1996). Function of distrust However, due to the very high

  • Sandy Hook Shooting Essay

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    Program (HSEEP) of the US Department of Homeland Security is different than an emergency protocol because everyone at the drill must check in, identification badges are issued to personnel and observers, and drinking water and restrooms are available. Reports show that was all required and done at Sandy Hook Elementary. Another thing that can be proven is that there was foreknowledge of the shooting happening. Tweets about the shooting were being posted before it even occurred and even one month before

  • Exploring Why a Large Number of Crimes Aren't Reported

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    the biggest percentage of them is not reported to the police or authorities. This could be due to several reasons. Fear ==== Victims might be afraid of the offenders and the consequence if they report the crime/s. An example is if a woman was being beaten up by her husband. She might not report this to the police, as she will be too scared of what he might do to her afterwards. In the case of a burglary, the person who reports it might worry that a repeat of the incident will occur

  • Representation of the Future in Various Films

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    films there is lots of technology and gadgets, the film look technological because of the grey/silver filters which give it this look. Science fiction is usually about fears held in society at the time the film is released, for example minority report tells us about fears of violent crime, murder being the most important shown in the film, as well as drugs. Science films are popular because they have a lot of technology and gadgets in that appeal to young people, but also science fiction

  • Minority Report

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    Minority Report is a 2002 science fiction film directed by renowned director Steven Spielberg and is set in the year 2054 in Washington, D. C. The film revolves around an elite law enforcing squad; Precrime. The Precrime Division uses three genetically altered humans called Pre-Cogs whom possesses special powers to see into the future and predict crimes beforehand. After each crime is foreseen and analyzed, Precrime police officers are sent to the crime location to apprehend the future murderers