Dennis Rader BTK

APA (edition "APA 6"), Law
Milestone Two will consist of triggers and communication strategies. Describe the triggers that are associated with your selected individuals personality disorderand determine which were present in the individuals background. How would these triggers differ if the individual was either a psychopath or a sociopath(whichever disorder he or she does not have)? Include any risk factors you may expect to be associated with a particular trigger and how the risk factors relate tothe personality disorder. Based on the individuals personality disorder, determine appropriate communication skills that could be used when interacting with thisindividual and attempting to obtain information. Which communication approaches would not be effective for this individuals personality disorder? Justify yourdeterminations with research.Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:III. Triggers and Communicationa. Describe the triggers that can be associated…
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Any topic (writer’s choice)

APA (edition "APA 6"), Law
Describe some pros and cons related to how State and Local Law Enforcement and security agencies utilize intelligence fusion centers for homeland security within their jurisdictions. Do you think state and local police should be involved in domestic intelligence operations as it relates to citizens within their jurisdiction? Do you think that the FBI or the Department of Homeland Security should be the primary provider of Federal level domestic intelligence to state and local agencies?
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Crucial Tasks for Law Enforcement at Critical Incidents

APA (edition "APA 7"), Law
Go to this link: Article at LEB.FBI.gov (Links to an external site.). Review the article, then utilizing what you learned from the article and additional research that you will need to do, do the following:Create a brief description of a large-scale critical incident. The length of your description is not important. What matters is the ability to apply all seven tasks to your scenario, so bear that in mind when creating your scenario.Identify the 7 critical tasks from the article above that must be done at a critical incident.Apply each task to the incident you created. You must explain what the task entails and make it applicable to the scenario you created. For example, explain why you chose specific distances for the inner and outer perimeter, why you chose a…
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Information Security and the National Infrastructure

APA (edition "APA 6"), Law
: Information Security and the National InfrastructureOverviewRead the Infosecurity Magazine article, Using Information Security to Protect Critical National Infrastructure: Energy Sector is Hackers' Biggest Target.InstructionsWrite a 2  page paper in which you:Explain in your own words the information security concerns that exist in protecting the United States' national infrastructure.Describe why the author of the article says that the oil and gas industries are prime targets for cyber criminalsmore so than other infrastructuresand state whether or not you agree and why.Conclude why there is a need to regulate SCADA and industrial control systems and why there is concern that this is not being dealt with appropriately.Using  the Internet, find an article that either supports the need for regulating SCADA or that discusses a recent attack. Discuss how this article validates the…
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environmental law

Law, Not applicable
No outside sources are required or expected, but you may consult what you wish. Read the questions and answer what is asked. Be concise and keep your response focused. Provide clear statements of the issues and analyze them succinctly. If you chose to use any material outside of the assigned readings or materials (including statute sections) handed out in class, please provide a citation. Do not rewrite the question, but do indicate the number of the question and the subpart.Based on the assigned reading in Percival and the materials (including cases and statute sections) distributed for class, please answer the following questions:Questions:1. Describe each of the following steps in the process of the establishment and implementation of the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS):  (i) identifying criteria pollutants; (ii) establishing…
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Any topic (writer’s choice)

APA (edition "APA 7"), Law
Answer the questions individually. The first 2 responses must be 300 words in length and the 3 question needs to be 225 words. I dont need a title page or cover page..Question 1How does utilitarian system view the juvenile death penalty as well as the use of life without parole for juveniles?Question 2How does peacemaking apply to juvenile waivers?Question 3 What are some of the ethical issues involved in transferring juveniles to adult court?
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power point

APA (edition "APA 6"), Law
I need a power point based on this paper  i need to show it for a five minute presentationCriminologyCrime Life HistoryCriminology aspects had the assistance of the secret childhood society in comprehension, regulation, and crime reduction. It is crucial to monitor criminals' mindset regarding their reasons for committing the crime and the particular motivating factors and ultimately guiding the resources allocation for curtailing efforts (Carrington et al., 2018). An ideal consideration in an application is the victims' requirements. The justice system of historical childhood days had the emergence of other issues such as the desire to have one's voice heard during criminal trials. It should be in consideration that additional requirements should occur after this phase is complete. In any contact with the enforcement or prosecuting officers, legal experts, court…
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Implicit Bias Training and Policing

APA (edition "APA 6"), Law
As U.S. law enforcement departments are accused of racist policing, one of themost common responses by the people in charge has been to have officers takeimplicit bias training.The training usually consists of a seminar in the psychological theory thatunconscious stereotypes can lead people to make dangerous snap judgments.Implicit bias training is spreading to departments around the country, with thehope that it can influence officer behavior on the street.But its still not clear that these trainings yield the desired resultsAssignment:Make an argument for or against the use of implicit bias training to addresspolicing practices in the United States.(1) Describe the different trainings and how it aims to change policing in theUnited States.(2) Include how you would expand or limit the program to better address thecurrent state of affairs. Be concise and…
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Fact Finding Mission International Human Rights

Law, Other: Bluebook
You are the coordinator of a human rights team on a fact-finding mission to a country of your choice that has been alleged by the United Nations Human Rights Commission to have violated human rights of persons in an internal conflict. Draft fact-finding procedures to guide your team in the fact-finding mission and consider the following question:    By what standards may human rights be measured?
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criminology

Law, Other: power point
CRIMINOLOGY2CriminologyCrime Life HistoryCriminology aspects had the assistance of the secret childhood society in comprehension, regulation, and crime reduction. It is crucial to monitor criminals' mindset regarding their reasons for committing the crime and the particular motivating factors and ultimately guiding the resources allocation for curtailing efforts (Carrington et al., 2018). An ideal consideration in an application is the victims' requirements. The justice system of historical childhood days had the emergence of other issues such as the desire to have one's voice heard during criminal trials. It should be in consideration that additional requirements should occur after this phase is complete. In any contact with the enforcement or prosecuting officers, legal experts, court personnel, and those participating in the justice process, survivors should carefully handle courtesy and respect. The policies and…
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