The Police in Your Community

The Police in Your - The Police in Your Community University of Phoenix Click to edit Master subtitle style By David R DeMusz Instructor Sean

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 1/9/11 The Police in Your Community University of Phoenix By: David R. DeMusz Instructor: Sean Wallace Sunday May 09, 2010
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1/9/11 Topic’s that will be covered ‘ Identify the name and location of this police department. Identify the level of law enforcement, such as local or state. Chart the police department’s organization in terms of area, time, and personnel. Create a graph to illustrate the diversity of this police department in terms of race and gender. Identify the goals and objectives of your police department. Locate an article in which a specific case law or constitutional amendment influenced the actions of the police. Identify the specific case law or constitutional amendment. Explain how the case law or constitutional amendment influenced the police actions. Locate an article on your police department in which their actions reflected an unethical behavior. Summarize the article.
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This note was uploaded on 01/08/2011 for the course MATH 116 taught by Professor Mcmillian during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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The Police in Your - The Police in Your Community University of Phoenix Click to edit Master subtitle style By David R DeMusz Instructor Sean

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