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- What is a fusion center, as referenced in your text book?
What is the difference between the legalistic, service, and watchman style of policing? Compare
- Explain in your own 150 words or more what the Knapp Commission was.
The Kansas City Experiment was known as a very important application of social research. Answer
these questions in your own words:
a.What did the study do?
b.What did the “beats” do, and how were they divided up?
c.What was significant about crimes such as burglary, robbery, auto theft,
larceny, and vandalism?
Do you think community policing can help combat police corruption as well as crime?
Explain why or why not in your own 150 words or more.
- What are some of the dangers of police work, per our textbook?
Do you think public DNA should be readily available to law enforcement to help solve crimes?
Public DNA means that every time a baby is born their DNA is extracted and cataloged in a
ginormous database. Don’t worry, it doesn’t hurt, it is just a spit test. Explain your opinion in 150
words or more, not less.
Go to http://content.time.com/time/video/player/0,32068,… and
watch the video. Then answer this question – what stands out in your mind about the 4th
amendment and why was it so important to the colonists?
- The right to a speedy trial is referenced in what amendment to the Bill of Rights?
- The right to cross-examine witnesses is referenced in what amendment in the Bill of Rights?
- What is a fleeting-targets exception?
Go to http://americanhistory.about.com/od/supremecourtca… and read
about the Miranda case. What is your opinion of the Miranda case and how did he die?
Go to http://www.archives.gov/news/most-requested.html – U.S. National Archives and Records
Administration. Click on Historical Documents, then Constitution of the United States. When you
get to the Constitution page scroll down to the “Learn More About the Constitution” field, which is
on the left side of the page and click on “Questions and Answers Pertaining to the Constitution”.
Now answer the following questions:
- Who is often called the “Father of the Constitution”?
- The Q & A indicates that our Constitution has been classed as rigid compared to the British
Constitution which is unwritten. Which do you think is better, a written or unwritten constitution
and why? And what the heck does rigid mean?
c. What part of the world was first called America?
d. Can you impeach a justice of the Supreme Court?
e. Where in the Constitution is there a mention of education?
f. The Q & A indicates that the constitution does not give us our rights and liberties, but it
guarantees them. What do you think is the difference between “give us” and “guarantees them”,
in your own 50 words?
g-Which amendment to the constitution was repealed?
h-How is an amendment repealed?
14- What is the difference in your own words between the exclusionary rule, fruit of the poison tree
and the good faith exception?
15-Is it true that a landmark U.S. Supreme Court case decision establishes guidelines by which the
police and society must abide? True or False?
16-What is the difference between a meat eater and a grass eater, and not the dinosaur kind, but
what is in your textbook?
17-What are the three major levels of law enforcement?
18-At what point is someone legally arrested, according to our textbook?
19-When can the police use deadly force? Explain in your own words.
20-Pick a landmark case that is mentioned in Chapters 4, 5, or 6 and do some further research on it
through the internet and see what you can learn about the case and write at least two paragraphs
about the case.
29- Name at least 3 examples of less-lethal weapons, per our text book.
32- What is latent evidence, make up an example of latent evidence.
37- What are the three major levels of public law enforcement described in this chapter? Why do we
have so many different types of enforcement agencies in the United States? What problems, if any,
do you think are created by such a diversity of agencies?