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    Change in Law Enforcement Agencies Essay

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    1. Identify and discuss the eight (8) recurring reasons that change occurs in law enforcement agencies. There are many recurring reasons that changes occurs in law enforcement agencies. The book outlines 8 reasons that change occurs. The 8 reasons are as follow: 1. A single catastrophic event, often followed by civil liability litigation, leads to the chief of police being replaced (Swanson, 2012, pg. 650). This forces changes because it addresses a single incident and forces change. A good example

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    “Identifying Barriers to Diversity in Law Enforcement Agencies” by Carl F. Matthies, Kirsten M. Keller, and Nelson Lim the issue of diversity in the law enforcement workforce is brought to task. They show through the use of research that law enforcement agencies can do their jobs better if they resemble the population they are supposed to be protecting. Police community relations are negatively affected by the disparity of racial composition between agencies and communities combined with heavy-handed

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    The state law enforcement agency that obtained the offender’s information is responsible for entering the data into the appropriate record system and notifies the appropriate law enforcement agency that resides over the jurisdiction of the offender. All of the data collected from the offender will also be transferred to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Every year on the date of the person’s initial registration the state law enforcement agency will mail them a nonforwardable verification form

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    Jersey’s Law Enforcement agencies Telecommunication technology and increased social networking sites have changed the way terror organizations and other criminal gangs communicate and execute their activities. These new developments had seen intelligence gathering a daunting task that engages the federal, state and local authorities. The new face of fighting crime need a dynamic and robust approach that reaches far beyond the federal and state intelligence agencies. The state of New Jersey’s law enforcement

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    be the difference between a successful law enforcement organization or its failure. There are several theories on effective management in law enforcement and the business world alike. Some of those theories can cross over and be helpful for a law enforcement manager. A manager can have the knowledge of all theory relative to law enforcement management, but without understanding several key concepts, the manager will in turn not be effective. An effective law enforcement manager is responsible for

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    of the cultural competence of law enforcement agencies, they are not helpful in improving the cultural competency of those agencies. This is where instituting mandatory cultural competency training comes into play. For example, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission proposed steps and recommendations to increase cultural competency and one of those steps was to “develop and deploy effective EEO and diversity/inclusion training for different state and local law enforcement audiences, including

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    2016, p. 1). The hypotheses of this study are one, that there would be a direct correlation between law enforcement agencies and the treatment of blacks and Hispanics as it relates to whites committing the same actions and their related treatment. The dependent variable(s) is this study or the expected outcome (Hagan, 2010) is much as is the hypotheses of this study are between law enforcement agencies and the treatment of blacks and Hispanics as it relates to whites committing the same actions and

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    Contract & Agency Law

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    something of value to the other party. It is an act or promise to do (or not to do) something in return for value and the value given is enforceable. All the law need is ‘valuable consideration '. For example, if Jack has offered to pay S$10 for a hammer worth S$100, that is considered valuable consideration. There are three types of consideration in law: executory consideration, executed consideration and past consideration. In this case study, the agreement of payment between Food Enterprises Ltd and

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    1. Agency law is a relationship between a principal and in agent in which the agent is legally authorized to act on the behalf of the principal. An agency relationship is a fiduciary relationship that is created with a written contract or oral agreement. The three types of agency are agency by implied authority, agency by estoppel, and agency by ratification. The different types of agency relationships are principal-agent relationships, employer-employee relationships and employer-independent

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    protects people from unreasonable searches and seizures by the Government, but the it does not guarantee protection from all searches and seizures, but only those considered unreasonable under the law. The law enforcement agency is saddled with the responsibility of executing and enforcing promulgated laws. Hence, their operations should not be impeded by anything whatsoever. There would be no justice without knowing the whole truth, and there would be no truth without searching for it. Riley and

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