Lee V. Weisman

In Lee v. Weismen the Supreme Court ruled that it was unconstitutional for a public school in Rhode Island to have a member of the clergy deliver a prayer at graduation ceremonies. In 1989 Robert E. Lee, principal of Nathan Bishop Middle School, invited a rabbi to deliver the prayers at their graduation ceremony. He … Read more

Measuring Crime

Crime is defined as an act in which a person offenses or breaches the law and is liable to be punished by the law. There are many instruments that are used to measure crime in daily activities. In United States the crime is mainly measured by the police department or FBI. The FBI uses different … Read more

The Argument and Counter Argument on Ethnic Minorities as the Target of Police Brutality in America

Introduction Recently many incidents have occurred that show minorities are disproportionately targeted by police brutality. It seems as if all the cases involving police brutality also involve minorities. Law enforcement agencies do not view themselves as a threat; it is the minority communities that feel as if they are targeted. Policy makers have been attempting … Read more

Should Police Wear Body Cameras?

Should police be held accountable for their actions? Would you want police to wear body cameras? In the world today, the police without body cameras behave differently than the ones with them. The cameras are small, but they capture everything. Although some people say that police should have the right to turn on or off … Read more

Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System (The IAFIS)

The IAFIS stands for Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification system. It is managed by the FBI, and is used as a national automated fingerprint identification system. The Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification system has automated fingerprint search capabilities, latent searching capability, electronic image storage, and electronic exchange of fingerprints and responses. By submitting fingerprints electronically, agencies receive … Read more

The police discretion

The police act as the lawful peacekeepers of our society and they hold the thin line between lawfulness and illegal acts. It is a significant task that requires disciplined individuals who carry the law of the country with the utmost seriousness. Police are given power by the state to conduct their work with the discretion … Read more

How Pat Barker Presents Loss In Regeneration, A Selection Of Poetry By Wilfred Owen And The Response Of R.C Sheriff To The End Of The Journey

An exploration of the writers’ presentation of loss in Regeneration by Pat Barker and a selection of Wilfred Owen’s poetry, illuminated by a response to Journey’s End by Michael R.C. Sheriff War brings with it an unavoidable promise of loss, whether this is a loss of lives, loss of hope or loss of humanity. As … Read more

The police discretion

The police act as the lawful peacekeepers of our society and they hold the thin line between lawfulness and illegal acts. It is a significant task that requires disciplined individuals who carry the law of the country with the utmost seriousness. Police are given power by the state to conduct their work with the discretion … Read more

Pros And Cons For The Use Of Polygraph Testing In The Police Services Recruitment Process

Polygraph testing is an important part of the recruitment process which police services use and have been using for many years. However, there has always been a debate in the criminal justice system on whether to or not to use polygraph testing. Regardless, polygraph testing is used by multiple police agencies to recruit candidates. Individuals … Read more

Why Cultural Diversity Is Needed In Law Enforcement

Before answering the question of why diversity is important, one must understand what it is. According to Belfield, “Multiculturalism is a system of beliefs and behavior that recognizes and respects the presence of all diverse groups in an organization or society, acknowledges and values their socio-cultural differences, and encourages and enables their continued contribution within … Read more

The Kansas City Police experiment

The Kansas City Police experiment began in October 1972 and continued through 1973. This experiment was conducted by the Kansas police department and evaluated by the Police Foundation. Patrols were varied within 15 police beats. Routine preventive patrol was eliminated in five beats, labeled “reactive” beats (meaning officers entered these areas only in response to … Read more

Gun Control in America

Gun Control in America33,000 people are killed in gun-related incidents, in the United States of America alone every year (The Second Amendment Guaranteed a Civic Right to Be Part of the State Militia). This is a very staggering statistic knowing that the U.S. is only one country out of the 195 countries in the world … Read more

Lee V. Weisman

In Lee v. Weismen the Supreme Court ruled that it was unconstitutional for a public school in Rhode Island to have a member of the clergy deliver a prayer at graduation ceremonies. In 1989 Robert E. Lee, principal of Nathan Bishop Middle School, invited a rabbi to deliver the prayers at their graduation ceremony. He … Read more

Analysis of Real Time Surveillance System on Hadoop Image Processing Interface

Traditional security systems work to avoid crimes as much as possible. Real-time Surveillance gives an opportunity to prevent crimes before they can happen. Implementing security measures are also very time consuming and usually requires human interference. An autonomous security system will make security economically viable and it works quickly. Using facial, object and behavior recognition … Read more