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  • The Organization 's Structure, Mission Purpose, And Role / Function Within The Cj System

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    Analysis of the organization’s structure, mission purpose, and role/function within the CJ System During the Fall 2016 semester I had the opportunity to intern with Centro La Familia Advocacy Services, Inc in Fresno, California. Centro La Familia is one of a few organizations/agencies in Fresno County that not only provides social services, educational programs, but they also have advocacy and intervention services in rural and urban areas in Fresno County. I was allowed to intern within the victim

  • Cjhs400 R1 Individual Case Studies Essay

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    needed more space and asked that they not see each other any more. She then reported trying to get him back and calling him up to 20 times a day. He asked for a restraining order and phoned the dentist’s office asking for a referral to another dentist—he no longer felt comfortable coming into that office. Violet has had five other restraining orders in the past. Case Two: Max You are completing your graduate work at a local university by participating in an internship at a private mental health clinic

  • Protective Order

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    Protective Order CJHS/430 November 20, 2015 The main purpose of having what we know to be called Law in place is to help protect the people as a whole. It is to provide the necessary protection and give out legal penalties if someone was to break the laws. The purpose and main for a protective order is to protect someone from harm of another individual. It helps those that may be in harm of sexual, physical, mental abuse, stalking, harassment as well as those that have issues with neighbors’

  • The Pros And Cons Of Gun Violence

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    Another policy that could be put in place to help prevent spree killings are gun violence restraining orders. These would help with public offenses, but mainly private offenses and since private offenses are more common, it would hopefully lower a number of offenses. Gun violence restraining orders prohibit a person from buying or possessing a gun for a specified amount of time. This is an emergency legal step for potential victims and concerned family members. If they believe that someone who is

  • The Bureaucratic System Of Public Administration

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    Introduction “How Kristin Died” is a prime example of one of the many issues inherent within the bureaucratic system and the misfortunes that can stem from it. This case forever changed the lives of those involved and unfortunately resulted in the death of Kristin Lardner, a 21 year-old college student, at the hands of Michael Cartier, her estranged boyfriend. It is important to public administration because public administration contains many issues of hierarchy and redundancy. Public administration

  • Stalking and Simple Obsession Type

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    Before the increased popularity of stalking being seen as a crime, the only refuge for a victim was a restraining (or no contact) order. The fault with this protection lies in the fact that no action could be taken, as far as arrest or prosecution, unless a perpetrator continued the offense after being served with the court orders prohibiting them to do so. In order to be granted a restraining order, you must testify and have sufficient evidence proving the probable cause that the stalker is directly

  • The State Of Tennessee Defines Domestic Abuse Essay

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    The State of Tennessee defines Domestic Abuse as “inflicting or attempting to inflict physical injury on an adult or minor by other than accidental means, placing an adult or minor in fear, physical harm, physical restraint, or malicious damage to the personal property of the abused party including inflicting, or attempting to inflict, physical injury on any animal owned, possessed, leased, kept, or held by an adult or minor, or placing an adult or minor in fear of physical harm to any animal owned

  • The Issue Of Domestic Violence Homicides Or Gun Surrender Laws?

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    clients that are the victims of Domestic Violence? 2. Did any of your clients have a judge order their perpetrators to surrender their weapons, and if so, can you tell me about an instance where this has happened? Recent Policy Changes and their impact: 3. Washington enacted a law in 2014 that mirrors federal law by prohibiting gun possession by anyone subject to a protective order. The protective order must have been issued after a noticed hearing

  • Symbolism In Lord Of The Flies

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    Towards the end of the novel, the symbolic demise of mankind and its civilization is truly kick started, all involving Piggy’s specs, the symbol of intellectualism. In chapter ten, on pages 166 through 168, the group of boys that call themselves the savages storm the original home shelters in the dead of night, roughing up Ralph, Piggy, Sam, and Eric, and stealing Piggy’s specs in the process (Golding). The stealing of the glasses officially marks the loss of intelligence and reason on the island

  • Savagery In Lord Of The Flies

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    maintain order, and a later descent into savagery. One of the most direct, apparent examples of this is through Roger. Through the contrast of the self-restraint Roger has at the beginning of the novel and the murder he absentmindedly commits at the end, Golding illustrates how man’s desire for savagery is restrained only by the enforced civilization of society. The self-restricted actions of Roger before savagery fully settles on the island are the result of the imposed order of everyday