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Assignment-Community Policing-1500 words
History and The Meaning of Community
1. The first sentence of Chapter 2 reads, “The saying that ‘people receive the kind of policing they deserve” ignores the role power plays in the kind, quality, and distribution of police service.” Discuss what this sentence means in the context of contemporary policing in the United States.
2. Beginning in 1929, August Vollmer, as head of the National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement, established 10 principles vital in reforming the police. Discuss the importance of the principles in providing the underpinnings for modern policing.
3. Explain how technology has affected communities of interest in the United States.
The Evolution of Organized Crime
Discussion (50 words)=1.Even today, Chicago is run by a strong political machine as part of the Democratic Party. Violent crime is also very high. Do you believe these two forces help each other (symbiotic), hurt each other (encumbering), or, have no impact on each other (neutral)? Explain.
Assignment-Investigation of Organized Crimes-500 words each question
1.Explain the prevailing social philosophy of many of the immigrant groups that migrated to the United States at the turn of the 20th Century.
2.Explain the interlocking relationship between Italian, Irish, and Jewish gangsters during the 1920s and 1930s.
3.Talk about the political corruption that was central to organized crime in both the North and South (turn of the 20th Century) when the sheriff, the judge, the major, and governor were involved in organized crime. How would this impact society in general? How has this changed over the past century or not and why?
4.Explain the organization of bootlegging and moonshining, including the differences of the production and distribution of white liquor and red liquor in the south.
The Investigation of White Collar Crimes
Discussion-Environmental Crime*50 words
1.Discuss the five purposes of sentencing/punishment and how they relate to environmental or industrial crime and to white-collar crime in general.
2.Select one of the companies mentioned in the chapter and examine its environmental record in depth. Also review the company’s financial situation. Using the economic concept of externalities, discuss whether this company is properly bearing the cost of the negative externality of pollution. How would you handle this company, from a regulatory perspective?
Assignment-Environmental Crime-1500 words
1The case of Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals changed federal law on the testimony of scientific experts. It involved the drug Bendectin. Examine the case and address the question of whether or not the drug is dangerous. How does the case help explain the difficulty in regulating the drug companies and their products?
2.Examine one of the following substances in depth—its origin, associated industries, substances that could be substituted for it, history of regulation, and health effects: dioxin, benzene, asbestos, trichloroethylene, chromium, lead, solvents, perfluorooctanoic acid, methane gas, polychlorinated biphenyls, pesticides, leptophos, copper cyanide, ethylene chloride, methyl isocyanine gas, fuel oil residues, styrene tars, heavy metals, volatile organic compounds, vinyl chloride, diesel fuel, kepone, EPN, cotton dust, radioactive waste, beryllium.
3.Koch Industries is one of the companies that paid a seemingly enormous fine of $30 million in 2000. How much did this fine hurt the company? Has Koch been targeted for wrongdoing since then?