Tag: Policing

  • Protest

    Summary of Protest A notice in writing, prepared before a notary public or other official authorized to administer oaths, stipulating that a draft, check, bill of exchange, or other instrument has been dishonored, either by a refusal to accept on the part of the drawee, or by failure to pay […]

  • Protest

    Summary of Protest A notice in writing, prepared before a notary public or other official authorized to administer oaths, stipulating that a draft, check, bill of exchange, or other instrument has been dishonored, either by a refusal to accept on the part of the drawee, or by failure to pay […]

  • Community Policing

    As police services attempt to maintain public confidence, Community Policing has undergone several iterations, with the result that it is no longer possible to clearly define. However 5 features of community policing have been reasonably consistent, Neighbourhood based, Reassurance, […]

  • Community Policing

    As police services attempt to maintain public confidence, Community Policing has undergone several iterations, with the result that it is no longer possible to clearly define. However 5 features of community policing have been reasonably consistent, Neighbourhood based, Reassurance, […]

  • Law Enforcement

    Police in Other Countries (other than the U.S) Introduction to Law Enforcement About 800 police forces operated in Canada in 2002. Their operations resemble those of the United Kingdom and the United States. Two provinces, Québec and Ontario, have provincial police with general law […]

  • Deterrance

    Focused Deterrence Strategies Focused deterrence strategies attempt to influence the criminal behavior of individuals through the strategic application of enforcement and social service resources to facilitate desirable behaviors. The Boston Gun Project The Operation Ceasefire Further Reading Abt, T., & Winship, C. (2016). What works in reducing community violence. Washington, DC: United States Agency for…

  • Criminalty

    European Judicial Network in criminal matters (EJN) and the Treaties of the European Union Description of European Judicial Network in criminal matters (EJN) provided by the European Union Commission: The purpose of the European Judicial Network (EJN) in criminal matters is to facilitate […]

  • Disorderly Conduct

    Introduction to Disorderly ConductDisorderly Conduct, disturbance of the public peace and decency." (1)ResourcesNotes and ReferencesInformation about <a href="http://lawin.org/encarta-encyclopedia/" title="Microsoft Encarta Online Encyclopedia"…

  • Forensic Science Techniques

    Forensic Science Techniques of Forensic ScienceIntroduction to Forensic Science TechniquesForensic science uses sophisticated laboratory techniques to detect the presence of substances in the victim, in the suspected criminal, or at the crime scene. For example, in determining whet…