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  • Case Study: Macias Maximum Security

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    Introduction Macias Maximum Security (MMS) is a privately owned dual-certification canine service specializing in both patrol and detection capabilities. We are comprised of four facilities; two located in San Diego, California, two in Virginia Beach, Virginia and our headquarters building located in El Paso, Texas. We value the public-private relationship through the use of our canine services and capabilities, supporting airports and associated assets across the U.S. Our success supports the

  • Importance Of Interpersonal Relationship In Law Enforcement

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    Interpersonal relationships, dealing and working under stressful conditions, proficient in MSWord, Outlook, ATS, Enforce and other proprietary software used in law enforcement, working as a team member or independently to carry out set goals, researching and interpreting complex laws, regulations, policies, and multi-tasking. EXPERIENCE U.S. Immigration Services Officer II-U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services-U.S. Department of Homeland Security Detroit, Michigan

  • The Importance Of Interpersonal Relationship In Law Enforcement

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    SKILLS Interpersonal relationships, dealing and working under stressful conditions, proficient in MSWord, Outlook, ATS, Enforce and other proprietary software used in law enforcement, working as a team member or independently to accomplish set goals. Researching and interpreting complex laws, regulations, policies and multi-tasking. EXPERIENCE U.S. Immigration Services Officer II-U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services-U.S. Department of Homeland Security Detroit, Michigan — 2012-2015 ● Achieved

  • G. R. A. T. Vs. Mcgruff The Crime Dog

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    is committed. There are many theories to help understand why crime exists and what causes it, once this is determined, a way to prevent or deter it can be determined. In this essay, we will discuss two such programs Gang Resistance Education And Training (G.R.E.A.T.) and McGruff the Crime Dog. The G.R.E.A.T. program has been around for 30 years and is a national and international gang and violence prevention program. The program is evidence based, meaning that there is statistical data that backs

  • Terrorism Training : White, Department Of Criminal Justice, Faulkner State Community College

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    Terrorism Training Bronze R. Green Faulkner State Community College Authors Note Bronze R. Green, Department of Criminal Justice, Faulkner State Community College. Bronze R. Green is still at Department of Criminal Justice, Faulkner State Community College. Correspondence concerning this article should e addressed to Bronze R. Green, Department of Criminal Justice, Faulkner State Community College, Bay Minette, AL 36507. Contact: bronze.green@yahoo.com   Abstract This paper explores various published

  • The Department of Homeland Security

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    immigration enforcement, international engagement, working with law enforcement, preventing terrorism, and transportation security (Homeland Security, g). DHS works with all law enforcement partners at federal, state, local, tribal, and territorial levels. In these partnerships, communication and information sharing are a focus as well as have better resources and support (i.e. grants and training), and improve analytic capabilities to address threats (Homeland Security, f). This specific federal agency

  • Issues Of Contemporary Law Enforcement

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    MEMORANDUM FOR SENATOR JANE DOE FROM: KIMBERLY EMERSON SUBJECT: Issues in Contemporary Law Enforcement Senator Doe, first off I would like to congratulation you on your appointment to the Committee on Crime and Criminal Justice. This memo has been created to give you background knowledge in the contemporary issues in law enforcement in the United States. There are three levels of law enforcement, the federal level, the state level and the local level. Each of these levels is very different and

  • U.S. Customs of Border Protection (Cbp)

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    they work with other law enforcement agencies. Keywords: Terrorist, agencies, protections, training U.S. Customs and Border Protection The U.S. Customs and Border Protection also known as CBP is one of the largest and most complex agencies with the Department of Homeland Security. They have many duties and responsibilities to do to protect the United States of America. They

  • Wildlife Officer Interview

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    Federal Wildlife Officer Interview     I Interviewed Federal Conservation Officer Ashley Look on the day of April 27th, 2017. She works as a Federal Wildlife Officer for the U.S Fish and Wildlife Service. Officer Look is a field officer for the Litchfield National Wildlife Refuge. She informed me on the requirements to become a Federal Wildlife Officer and her respective duties. Officer Look stated that it is required to have at least one-year work experience in the field of law enforcement and/or

  • Is Diversity an Issue Within Law Enforcement From the Past to Present?

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    population in many jurisdictions. But did policy agency workforces mirror this diversity of the communities they served? When in the past the issue of diversity within law enforcement was at stake, where the same measures used today the same as the in the past? The U.S’s law enforcement mores originate from the English Law Enforcement. When the U.S. came into being with the endorsement of the Constitution, the twofold sovereignty of state and democracy required the designation of distinct officers

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