Stress Management for Law Enforcement

Instructions: 1.Describe how relaxation techniques interrupt the stress response 2.Summarize techniques that a law enforcement officer can use to modify the effects of stress 3. Compare and contrast in-house counseling services with outside (contracted) counseling services, e.g. an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) to reduce stress […]

Stress Management for Law Enforcement

Instructions: 1.  Identify the symptoms of stress experienced by law enforcement personnel. 2.  Explain how the symptoms of stress experienced by law enforcement personnel impact their work. 3. Identify two techniques to reduce stress and how they can be applied to law enforcement

Social issue faced by the justice system

Instructions: Select and then define a significant social issue faced by the justice system, evaluate the scope and consequences of the issue, and analyze society’s responses to the issue (including public policies and other less formal responses). Papers should also present a clearly reasoned alternative, […]

Crime Prevention

Instructions: Demonstrate your understanding of crime prevention programs and the role crime prevention plays in the overall criminal justice system. You may select a crime prevention program that addresses issues in law enforcement, the courts, or corrections; or it may be a comprehensive program that […]

Forensic science

Question: If a forensic analyst wanted to analyze a particular sample for the presence of trace amounts of an inorganic substance, would X-ray diffraction be a suitable analytical tool? Why or why not? Answer: Tools of forensic analysis include infrared light, ultraviolet, gas chromatography, mass […]

Forensic science

Question: Describe the two types of DNA: mitochondrial DNA and nuclear DNA. Additionally, name two advantages and two disadvantages of mitochondrial DNA analysis compared to nuclear DNA analysis. Answer: The DNA is an arrangement of long chromosomal structure that contains all the cell nucleus…….

Forensic science

Question: Discuss the underlying reasons for the rapid growth of crime laboratories in the United States since the late 1960s. Answer: DNA technology is one of the most successful tools in forensic science that has contributed to the rapid…….

Forensic science

Question: List and explain three important considerations, regarding the collection and preservation of hair evidence, when submitting hair samples to a crime laboratory. Answer: Suspects can be directly linked to a crime when biological evidence such as hair is available…….