CJ 432- Law Enforcement
Week #9 Assignment
1. Jim Chu, a police manager with the Vancouver Police Department, notes
that there are four major applications that will be of consequence to police
agencies of the future. What are those four applications? Expl
Review Questions Chapter 1 and 2
1. What do the UCRs generally show about youth crime in the United States?
it examines the extent of juvenile crime; compares youth crime to adult crime; considers
gender and rural variations in youth crime; and presents u
CJ 432- Law Enforcement
Week #5 Assignment
1. Historically, several factors have discouraged officers from making
arrests in domestic violence situations. Explain each of those five factors in
detail.
1. Arrest - arrest are not made unless law(s) have bee
Draper v. United States
Facts of Case:
Petitioner was convicted of knowingly concealing and transporting narcotic drugs
in Denver, Colorado. He was found with two envelopes containing 865 grains of heroin
and a hypodermic syringe. Agent Marsh would receiv
CJ 432- Law Enforcement
Week #7 Assignment
1. What are the four dimensions of trust in policing? Give an example of each
1. Priorities- people feel that police are more focused on short-term crime
reduction rather than broader quality of life issues.
2. C
CJ 432- Law Enforcement
Week #8 Assignment
1. The author suggest that there are three levels of corruption. Identify and
explain them.
Rotten apple and rotten pockets
rotten apple theory describes a situation where only a few
ocers are independently engag
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1. One sample has SS = 48 and a second sample has SS = 32.
A.
If n = 5 for both samples, find each of the sample variances and compute the pooled
variance. Because the samples are the same size, you should find that the pooled variance is
exactly halfway
1. One sample has SS = 48 and a second sample has SS = 32.
A.
If n = 5 for both samples, find each of the sample variances and compute the pooled
variance. Because the samples are the same size, you should find that the pooled variance is
exactly halfway
1.
For a population with = 70 and a standard deviation of = 8,
a.
Find the z-score for each of the following X values.
X = 82
Z=82-70/8
Z= 12/8 =1.5
X = 64
Z=64-70/8
Z= -6/8 = .75
X = 72
Z=72-70/8
Z= 2/8 = .25
X= 54
Z=54-70/8
Z=-16/8 = -2
b.
Find the scor
1. The following data summarize the results from an independent-measures study
comparing three treatment conditions.
I
2
3
8
6
5
6
M=5
T=30
SS=24
Treatment
II
5
9
10
13
8
9
M=9
T=54
SS=34
III
8
6
12
11
11
12
M=10
T=60
SS=30
N=18
G=144
X2=1324
A. Use an AN
1.
For a population with a standard deviation of = 10, how large a sample is necessary to
have a standard error that is:
a.
less than or equal to 5 point? N = ( / x) = (10/5) =4
b.
less than or equal to 2 points? N = ( / x) = (10/2) = 25
c.
less than or e