Terrorism in the U.S.
Defined: The use of force or violence against persons or property in violation of the
criminal laws of the United States for purposes of intimidation, coercion, or ransom.
1. It is criminal in nature
BY: MICHAEL MILLER
WHAT IS COAL?
Coal is formed over millions of years when swamps and bogs full of organic matter
like tress, roots, and bacteria are buried under sand, mud, and other natural
Pressure on the organic m
Make a Test
1. Q. Which of the following is considered to be moderately soft?
d. Mezzo Piano
2. Q. Tone color is described by words like bright, dark, brilliant, mellow, and rich.
3. Q. There
Police Procedures, Functions, & Operational Skills
What exactly is an arrest?
Legally define, it is the official taking of a person to answer criminal charges
It involves depriving that person of liberty/freedom, at least temporarily
Changes in Community Involvement
Sir Robert Peel believe, The police are the public and the public are the police.
In most cases, the community wants to assist their respective police agencies.
Getting the community involved is key to reducin
Health Issues for Police Officers
Make sure you go home after the end of your shift
Ailments & Injuries Common to Policing
Heart disease & high blood pressure
Gastrointestinal illnesses & disease
- Skeletal & muscular injuries
3 Phenomena leading to CJ interest, examination, & advancement
Civil Rights Movement
Vietnam War and Associated Protests
Rising Crime Rate and Publics Increased Awareness of Pervasiveness of Crime
Presidents Commission on Law Enforcement & Admi
Can be lateral or vertical but should ideally be both
Why should we communicate?
What are the benefits of combined lateral and vertical communication within a
law enforcement agency?
o Leads to achievement of common goals
o Assures ever
Postal Inspection Service
Another of oldest federal Law Enforcement agencies in U.S. history.
Created in 1772 by colonial Postmaster General Benjamin Franklin
Original title was Surveyor, changed to Special Agent in 1801, now they are called
Change is Good!
What are police operations?
- Police operations are activities conducted in the field by law enforcement officers as
they serve and protect. EXAMPLES: Patrol, Traffic, Investigation, Calls for Service
Changes Affecting Law Enforce