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(a) Using the evaluation hierarchy, present an argument in support of a policy o

(a) Using the evaluation hierarchy, present an argument in support of a policy of your choosing for improving citizen-police interactions. Ground your answer using all five steps in the hierarchy. Identify the types of research or assumptions necessary to support your argument. (2 pages)
(b) Using the evaluation hierarchy, argue against adoption of the policy using all 5 steps in the hierarchy. Discuss research or assumptions necessary to support your argument. (2 pages)

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The class book is: Delinquency in Society 11th Edition By: Regoli, Hewitt, & DeL

The class book is: Delinquency in Society 11th Edition By:
Regoli, Hewitt, & DeLisi ISBN: 9781284208450.
The book for the project is: Punished by Victor M. Rios.
The final assignment isn’t due until December 8th, 2022, but I need the outline and the blog post by December 2nd, 2022.

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Each state has adopted a variety of rules regarding what facts are deemed proper

Each state has adopted a variety of rules regarding what facts are deemed proper evidence. Only what a court deems admissible evidence may be considered in reaching a verdict of guilt or innocence. Evidence that is suppressed because it was gathered in violation of the Constitution may have a profound impact on the guilt of a defendant. However, the ability to limit what information a juror has access to is becoming increasingly more difficult to control.
The prevalence of smartphones and tablets allows jurors to gather data about a defendant, victim, crime scene, or witness that was not authorized or even presented at trial or in fact was specifically prohibited by law to be used to determine guilt. But, the temptation to know “the truth” can drive jurors to ignore the mandates of the Constitution and the laws governing proper evidence.
If the goal for a trial is the search for justice, evaluate why there are rules that limit a juror’s access to information?
Should guilt or innocence only use information gathered in compliance with the Constitution and approved by the judge?
What happens if there are no rules?
Should there be exceptions, and if so, are exceptions still a decision in the hands of the judge or can individual jurors make up their own rules about what is useful information to decide guilt or punish?
Review the Discussion Grading Rubric. Be sure you provide the scriiptural, constitutional, and scholarly basis for your positions.

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research and report on a contemporary security program in business, government,

research and report on a contemporary security program in business, government, or industry that emphasizes the protection of assets, personnel, and/or facilities. The purpose of this research is to identify best practices in security administration.
To complete this project, students must: Please see attached word document below for all details and requirements.
Format: 9. A title page
10. A body of text, 7-8 typed, double-spaced pages (1,750 to 2,000 words) in length;
i am requesting 1925 words with this transaction.
11. A reference page containing a minimum of 8 course-external resources
i have attached some resources below, feel free to use them if you find them helpful
12. Written in current APA Style to include proper in-text citations.
Thank you

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(a) Using the evaluation hierarchy, present an argument in support of a policy o

(a) Using the evaluation hierarchy, present an argument in support of a policy of your choosing for improving citizen-police interactions. Ground your answer using all five steps in the hierarchy. Identify the types of research or assumptions necessary to support your argument. (2 pages)
(b) Using the evaluation hierarchy, argue against adoption of the policy using all 5 steps in the hierarchy. Discuss research or assumptions necessary to support your argument. (2 pages)

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Criminal Justice

Each state has adopted a variety of rules regarding what facts are deemed proper

Each state has adopted a variety of rules regarding what facts are deemed proper evidence. Only what a court deems admissible evidence may be considered in reaching a verdict of guilt or innocence. Evidence that is suppressed because it was gathered in violation of the Constitution may have a profound impact on the guilt of a defendant. However, the ability to limit what information a juror has access to is becoming increasingly more difficult to control.
The prevalence of smartphones and tablets allows jurors to gather data about a defendant, victim, crime scene, or witness that was not authorized or even presented at trial or in fact was specifically prohibited by law to be used to determine guilt. But, the temptation to know “the truth” can drive jurors to ignore the mandates of the Constitution and the laws governing proper evidence.
If the goal for a trial is the search for justice, evaluate why there are rules that limit a juror’s access to information?
Should guilt or innocence only use information gathered in compliance with the Constitution and approved by the judge?
What happens if there are no rules?
Should there be exceptions, and if so, are exceptions still a decision in the hands of the judge or can individual jurors make up their own rules about what is useful information to decide guilt or punish?
Review the Discussion Grading Rubric. Be sure you provide the scriiptural, constitutional, and scholarly basis for your positions.

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Please make sure to use MLA formatting and use citations when needed, the textbo

Please make sure to use MLA formatting and use citations when needed, the textbook is Criminology: The Core
by Larry Siegel

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In the assessment, include the assumptions that are related to these programs, i

In the assessment, include the assumptions that are related to these programs, if these assumptions are justified, and the rationale as to why the public doesn’t support diversion programs. In the essay discuss some of the assumptions that are basic to delinquency prevention and diversion programs. To what extent do each of these assumptions feel justified? Why is the public often unwilling to finance these prevention programs and what are the consequences of this?
1000-1100 words, no more no less. The professor penalizes for less than 1000 words and more than 1100 words.
Sources:
Sherman chapters 13 & 14
The Bible (quotes to relate to or strengthen the essay)

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Write an essay detailing the pros and cons of having universal decriminalization

Write an essay detailing the pros and cons of having universal decriminalization of schedule 1 and 2 drugs in Ireland and Europe

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Write an essay detailing the pros and cons of having universal decriminalization

Write an essay detailing the pros and cons of having universal decriminalization of schedule 1 and 2 drugs in Ireland and Europe