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Finally, examine the different management issues and their anticipated impact on security operations and, based on your understanding of the ratings and any other independent research you have completed this week, discuss the possible reasons for the responses and what you might do as a security operative to address the first six (6) issues.

The Week 2 readings and assignments introduce students to the study of “risk management” and the application of its principles in designing a cost-effective security program. Students will discuss the process used by security professionals to identify and assess potential events organizations face that may render their assets vulnerable for harm or loss. Students will also begin identifying specific threats to assets and the management challenges confronting security directors.
Finally, students will have an opportunity to consider the critical competencies required of a security director in today’s security environment to assess risk and design and implement a cost- effective security program.
The Forum this week specifically addresses the ASIS International 2003 “General Risk Assessment Guideline” and its seven (7) Practice Advisories in an exercise designed to enhance student skills in assessing risk in a “real world” security setting. Students will be required demonstrate their skill in utilizing these guidelines in the final project for this course.
Students will also reflect upon– and discuss the possible reasons for corporate security director responses to a survey conducted by Securitas Security Services USA, Inc. regarding the most critical threats and security manager challenges their particular organizations are facing at the present time.
EXERCISE #1 – RISK MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES
The ASIS “General Security Risk Assessment Guideline” is a 2003 ASIS International publication and a key resource for security operatives responsible of examining, evaluating, and managing risk to organizational assets and planning security operations.
After thoroughly reading and studying the publication’s contents, particularly the seven (7) Recommended Practice Advisories and the corresponding commentaries, explain why a corporate security officials must understand the various risk management principles and be able to apply those principles when assessing the vulnerability of an organization’s assets. Incorporate into your response the significance of determining not just the various crime-related AND non-criminal threats to assets, but also the impact or “criticality” (losses, harm, and costs) of those threat or “risk” events AND the probability or likelihood of those events occurring. Use examples to demonstrate the points you make in your response.
Finally, identify the various information sources available to corporate security officials to determine the probability of the various threats that may be directed at the organization. Again use examples of sources used by a real-world company (Exxon, Walmart, Apple, Proctor and Gamble, Amazon, Kroger, etc.) to demonstrate the points you make in your response.
NOTE: Students will be required to employ these strategies in their final project.
EXERCISE #2 – SECURITY THREATS AND MANAGEMENT CHALLENGES
“Top Security Threats and Management Issues Facing Corporate America” is a periodic Securitas Security Services USA, Inc., publication that assists security directors in completing their security planning.
After reading the results of the their most recent Survey of Fortune 1000 Companies and the “Emerging Trends” section of the publication, discuss possible reasons for corporate security director responses to the first five (5) security threats.
Also explain why security operatives in different industries place different emphasis on certain threats and provide specific examples. Finally, examine the different management issues and their anticipated impact on security operations and, based on your understanding of the ratings and any other independent research you have completed this week, discuss the possible reasons for the responses and what you might do as a security operative to address the first six (6) issues.
Risk Analysis & The Security Survey

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Answer/discuss the following:

Directions: Please answer each of the following questions as thoroughly as possible after reading the scenario. Please note that you will likely have to do a little bit of research outside of the course page to be able to thoroughly answer the questions.
You are an investigator with the local police department. You received an anonymous call that the person who sits at the workstation above has been downloading copyrighted songs off of the internet (this is called piracy) and selling the songs on a CD to anyone who is interested in purchasing the CD at a fraction of the cost at a legal retailer.
Answer/Discuss the Following:
Look at the picture (Computer desk) attached and identify all potential evidence and explain which type of evidence each artifact is and how it will be used to strengthen the investigation.
Discuss any privacy rights and search warrant requirements that need to be considered as they pertain to both personal space and internet activity.
Describe some of the challenges associated with recovering evidence from a private residence compared to an employer’s workspace.

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Refer to apa/umgc – learning resources found in the content page of this course.

Using the attached crime scene scenario, please answer the following questions as thoroughly as possible:
From the listing of evidence collected from the crime scene, please identify from the list of forensic tests available which tests should be conducted on the items of evidence collected, if applicable. The forensic tests you learned about in CCJS 301 are indicated in the scenario and those are the tests you should concentrate on. Every item of evidence must have at least one (1) test requested, and most items should have more than one test selected. You may not request every test on every item of evidence, as this would not be allowed for a real-world forensic lab submission.
In your own words, discuss/explain [provide justification] why you selected these CCJS 301 laboratory analysis for each item of evidence. This means you only must provide an explanation for latent print analysis, firearms analysis and each type of trace analysis.
Describe the various types of known samples/standards you would need to provide with the evidence being submitted to the laboratory. Utilize at least 2 outside resources/course material resources to defend your response.
Explain at least two challenges this crime scenario could present with evidence admissibility in a trial. Utilize at least 2 outside resources/course resources material to defend your response.
Discuss how the evidence admissibility challenges discussed in number 4 could be avoided. Utilize at least 2 outside resources/course resources material to defend your response.
Format Requirements
Paper must be double spaced, 11 or 12 pt font and 1”margins all around.
All APA 7th edition format requirements must be followed (cover page, in text citations, reference page). Refer to APA/UMGC – learning resources found in the content page of this course.
You must have resources to support your thoughts/opinions/information. These must be cited both in text as well as at the end of the document. Your paper should not contain direct quotes, sourced material must be paraphrased.

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A minimum of three reviewed references must be cited (citations can include state and federal legal cases).

The paper will be typed using (Times New Roman, 12 font, one-inch margins, double-spaced, and APA format). Papers will be evaluated on an appropriate response, content/material flow, punctuation, grammar, and spelling. A minimum of three reviewed references must be cited (citations can include state and federal legal cases).
https://www.forbes.com/sites/monazhang/2018/02/26/federal-judge-dismisses-marijuana-legalization-case-plaintiffs-vow-to-appeal/#f5299cf6b659
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/wonk/wp/2016/03/21/what-todays-supreme-court-decision-means-for-the-future-of-legal-weed/?utm_term=.f34d081e283f
U.S. v. Oakland Cannabis Buyers’ Coop https://www.oyez.org/cases/2000/00-151
https://www.apnews.com/d5d7e091135244c6b72f8afc2c7e19bd
https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/bnpgk3/marijuana-is-still-a-schedule-i-drug-judge-rules-415
https://www.vox.com/2016/8/11/12434378/marijuana-schedule-1-dea
Using the article material and recent state and federal court cases involving marihuana use and alcohol use, make an argument for legalizing or not legalizing recreational use of marihuana in Pennsylvania. You cannot make any assumptions about the federal government changing the marihuana laws other than what they are today.

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Explain your reasoning.)

Part 1
1. Jordan and Cristina know you are familiar with the role of the 9-1-1 dispatcher. They have asked you to write a brief summary. This summary should describe the type of information you would gather as a 9-1-1 dispatcher on a call about the recent theft of all physical evidence from the police station.
Write a brief summary (100–150 words) for Jordan and Cristina, imagining you were a 9-1-1 dispatcher for this call.
What questions in general would you ask the caller?
2. Jordan and Cristina know you are familiar with the role of the 9-1-1 dispatcher. They have asked you to write a brief summary. This summary should describe the type of information you would gather as a 9-1-1 dispatcher on a call about the recent theft of all physical evidence from the police station.
Write a brief summary (100–150 words) for Jordan and Cristina, imagining you were a 9-1-1 dispatcher for this call.
What questions would you ask about the stolen physical evidence?
Part 2
1. Case 1: Mandy
Mandy volunteered in a month-long sleep study at the university last year. She was asked to participate because of her unusual sleep habits and neurological history. Part of the sleep study included her sleeping in a room inside the lab for the entire month. She was videotaped while she slept.
Now, 13 months later, police are trying to charge Mandy with possession and use of illegal drugs. It turns out she was using drugs during her stay at the sleep lab. Her drug use was recorded in the lab videos. She’s not sure how or why police saw the videos. She knew she was being videotaped, although she was told it was only for the study and that no one outside the lab would view the footage.
Would the video evidence be helpful to proving the case? (Answer in one to two sentences. Explain your reasoning.)
2. Refer to the previous question.
Should the video evidence be admissible in this case? Why or why not? (Answer in one to two sentences. Explain your reasoning.)
3. Refer to the previous two questions.
Are there technical problems with the video evidence? What about other valid objections to the video? If so, what are they and how could they be overcome? (Answer in one to two sentences. Explain your reasoning.)
4. Case 2: Salimah is being prosecuted for disturbing the peace while participating in a demonstration she organized about a month ago. She wants to introduce cell phone video footage from that day to show the conditions at the time of the alleged disturbance. Her point is that if the jury can see how confusing and chaotic everything was, they’ll see that she did nothing to make the problem worse. They will see that she was, in fact, trying to protect herself within the crowd. Salimah is also arguing that the police were unlawfully arresting people to shut down the demonstration.
Would the video evidence be helpful for Salimah’s defense? (Answer in one to two sentences. Explain your reasoning.)
5. Refer to the previous question. Should the video evidence be admissible in this case? Why or why not? (Answer in one to two sentences. Explain your reasoning.)
6. Refer to the previous two questions.
Are there technical problems with the video evidence? What about other valid objections to the video? If so, what are they and how could they be overcome? (Answer in one to two sentences. Explain your reasoning.)
7. Case 3: Lorne
Lorne is charged with assaulting his brother with a deadly weapon. There is no dispute about his identity. The main issue for trial is whether or not he intended to cause serious harm to his brother. The prosecutor wants to introduce a video taken of Lorne at his brother’s wedding, three years earlier. Lorne, in a drunken rage, lunged at his brother with a steak knife, screaming that he would kill him. Since the weapon in this case is also a knife, the prosecutor feels the video shows that Lorne has murderous intent toward his brother and uses knives as weapons.
Would the video evidence be helpful to proving the case? (Answer in one to two sentences. Explain your reasoning.)
8. Refer to the previous question.
Should the video evidence be admissible in this case? Why or why not? (Answer in one to two sentences. Explain your reasoning.)
9. Refer to the previous two questions.
Are there technical problems with the video evidence? What about other valid objections to the video? If so, what are they and how could they be overcome? (Answer in one to two sentences. Explain your reasoning.)
Part 3.
1.You are working with Cristina to review some cases for your criminal justice class. The case you are working on now has one defendant: Mona Day. She is a student accused of involvement in terrorist activities. You do not have all the details, but you know that law enforcement has been surveilling Mona for months. They now have a clear understanding of where she goes, what she does there, and who she sees.
For each piece of evidence, you and Cristina need to add some details. Use a table similar to the one below to organize your thoughts. In your notes, use bullet points to complete the table. The first two columns are already completed; the last two are yours to fill out.
Hint #1: Types of electronic surveillance include audio, visual, tracking, and data. For example, the use of a body camera is a kind of visual surveillance.
Hint #2: There are many ways electronic evidence can be used in court. For example, an RFID chip (which is a type of tracking surveillance) can be used to show where a suspect was at each point during the day when a crime took place. The GPS on a smartphone is also a type of tracking surveillance.
Descriiption of Evidence Context and Where It Was Found or Taken Type of Electronic Surveillance Possible Points It Could Prove in Court
fitness wristband monitor taken from Mona’s gym bag
laptop search history lifted by IT from her laptop
smartphone call history Mona’s smartphone
Mona’s smartphone itself Mona’s purse
digital recordings from a listening device Mona’s apartment
surveillance camera footage Mona’s gym
Part 4.
1. Patrice and Leo go to State U in a neighboring state. They are at Cristina and Jordan’s school this weekend for a debate tournament. They were shocked to hear about the case of disappearing evidence because it sounds a lot like something that happened last year at State U. Patrice and Leo end up talking to Cristina and Jordan for much of the evening about the facts of the case.
Cristina and Jordan have decided to request that the police form a task force after hearing Patrice and Leo’s information. Cristina and Jordan think a task force is needed based on these facts:
There are multiple crime scenes and multiple events.
The crimes are ongoing.
Some of the crimes happen on campus, and some do not.
The campus police investigates crimes on campus.
The local police department investigates crimes in town.
The crimes are receiving extensive media attention.
Too many people seem to have access to the case and evidence.
It is not clear who is ultimately in charge of all of the cases.
Help Cristina and Jordan write a brief proposal for the creation of a task force. You will need to cite not only the facts, but also what the facts mean in terms of long-term investigations and task forces (one to two sentences per fact).
For example, if one fact was that federal crimes were being committed, they would need to clarify what that fact means to the task force. In this instance, you might explain that a federal agency should work on the case to meet jurisdictional requirements.

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Explain how you would evaluate and measure these traits and skills.

You have been assigned to incorporate community policing and engagement initiatives, such as those found in Chapter 14 of Community Policing Today, into the current departmental structure. You must include training in these new initiatives, as an ongoing function as well as for compliance and oversight.
The first part of the assignment requires you to identify three specific initiatives to add to the department and then identify where they will fit into the organizational structure. Refer to the Police Department Organizational Structure [PPTX]. You will need to explain what type of training and support will be necessary for these initiatives.
The second part of the assignment is to revamp the department’s recruitment and hiring process to attract and hire new officers who have the necessary traits to accomplish both the traditional policing function and the expanded community initiatives. Using the information from Chapter 12 of your Community Policing Today text, identify the important skills needed in these new officers and describe the process you will use to evaluate these skills.
Instructions
Write a 5–7 page paper in which you:
Identify three specific community policing initiatives to add to the department.
Determine what type of training and support will be necessary for each of these initiatives.
Select where each initiative will fit into the organizational structure.
Justify why these three initiatives will enhance the department’s relationship with the community.
Identify the important skills needed in recruiting new officers who can perform both traditional policing and the new community policing initiatives.
Explain how you would evaluate and measure these traits and skills.
Use five credible, relevant, and appropriate sources to support your writing. Cite each source listed on your source page at least once within your assignment. For help with research, writing, and citation, access the library or review library guides.
You may use Community Policing Today for one of your sources, but you must provide at least four additional sources to support your selected initiatives.

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Discuss what you found particularly interesting or surprising.

Visit https://aflcio.org/paywatch. Read about the highest paid CEOS, corporate tax avoiders and offshore jobs. How do you feel about the levels of compensation and income/tax evasion you saw? Why? Discuss what you found particularly interesting or surprising.

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Be sure to cite your sources, using sequentially numbered footnotes.

Please use APA format
Research the details about the case (answer the 5 research questions: Who, What, When, Where and Why). Take notes about what you discover.
organize the information you have collected by making an outline. A basic structure for organizing your information might be as follows.
A. Introduction:
1. Identify the name of the case and when it was heard before SCOTUS.
2. Identify the parties involved in the case.
3. Briefly describe the focus of the case.
B. Describe the case itself: What was the controversy in the case?
C. How did the case move through the courts before reaching SCOTUS?
1. What court had original jurisdiction in the case?
2. How had previous courts ruled in the case?
D. What did the Supreme Court rule in the case?
1. What was the argument of the majority opinion?
2. What was the argument of the minority opinion?
E. What was the reasoning used by the Supreme Court to reach its decision? How did it reach its decision?
F. Conclusion: How does the Court’s ruling in the case affect Americans today?
1. Has the Court’s ruling in the case affected other rulings in other cases?
2. Has the Court’s ruling affected the interpretation and enforcement of any particular laws, and how those laws are enforced?
3. If applicable: Has the Court’s ruling in this case affected you, or someone you know, personally?
write down what you have learned from your research, and put it into a footnoted two to three page essay. Your first paragraph is the introduction (the information under letter A of your outline). The second paragraph is the information under letter B, and so on.
Be sure to cite your sources, using sequentially numbered footnotes. That means any information you learned from another source, such as a website, a magazine article, a videotaped interview etc., must be properly noted in your essay. Make sure you use footnotes in proper BlueBook or APA citation style.
Thank you

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Analyze the idea of protecting citizens of the United States from terrorism and

Analyze the idea of protecting citizens of the United States from terrorism and the need to protect the civil liberties and civil rights of its citizens. Can the nation do both while not sacrificing either? How do we assess the true tradeoffs between freedom and security?
APA Format

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Please see attached for example of case study And cause outline question to be

Please see attached for example of case study
And cause outline question to be answered in the case study response
This- Ladies and Gentlemen, is your First Brief. A brief is a summary of a case. A form for briefing a case is at the end of your syllabus. Each brief should be no less than TWO FULL PAGES and should answer the questions of what are the issues, and how did the court answer the issues. In this Assignment, I have included the case
Please see an read the attached file for MARBURY V MADISON.docx Read and Brief Marbury v. Madison