Question 1 How important are trial procedures to the outcome of a trial? Why do we have such procedures? What are some examples of trial procedures? Explain why they are important to the trial process. Question 2 Why do we allow people to observe trials? What is the purpose of a public trial? When should a trial be closed to the public? Why?
To become an officer there are tests and requirements which may vary depending on the level at which you seek employment. Research the requirements to enter an agency at the local, state Hawaii, and federal level, and share your findings. Is there a big difference? Do your findings make you consider one agency over another? Why?
Click this link to access assessment retrieved from https://www.bumc.bu.edu/facdev-medicine/files/2010/10/Leadership-Matrix-Self-Assessment-Questionnaire.pdf ( I DID THIS ASSIGNMENT AND MY LEADERSHIP STYLE IS TEAM LEADER ) *Complete the leadership style self-assessment under learning activities. ( I DID THIS ASSIGNMENT ) *Use information from your assigned readings (CHAPTERS 1,4,5,7,9,11 from the book Effective Leadership and Management in Nursing by Eleanor J. Sullivan 2017 9th edition) and the literature related to leadership styles, and leadership and management theories to complete the paper. *Discuss your style of leadership ( MY STYLE IS TEAM LEADER) based on the completed self-assessment. *Describe what leadership and management theories align with […]
Overview For this discussion, you will use information from your assigned readings Chapters 1,4,5,7,9,and 11 Changing clinical practice or staff behavior can be challenging. Describe Lewin’s Theory of Change. Give an example where you or organization used this theory to implement change. Was the change successful or unsuccessful? Why? Include change theory elements in your rationale. If the change was unsuccessful, what could the organization have done differently (include utilization of a different change theory)? References: Initial Post: Minimum of two (2) total references: one (1) from required course materials and one (1) from peer-reviewed references. Words Limits: Initial Post: […]
Read the following employee profiles: Employee #1 Jimmy Brown is a manager with Solomon Industries, Inc., (SII) a supply company in South Carolina. SII serves as a warehouse for other companies that deliver and store their goods using SII’s facility as temporary storage. Jimmy was born in 1955 and spent 20 years in the military. Upon retiring, he was hired as a production supervisor for SII. Originally from SC, he is the night shift supervisor working 12 hour shifts from 7:00 pm to 7:00 am Monday through Thursday supervising 12 employees. Jimmy is a traditional Baby Boomer as he grew up […]
In Week 1, you learned about a few aspects of thinking critically. As you build your critical thinking skills each week, consider the different fields within criminal justice and how important critical thinking skill are for someone in that role. The criminal justice field has many different career paths, positions, and departments and agencies. Some of the departments and agencies include the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS), National Institute of Justice (NIJ), and the National Institute of Corrections (NIC). Research 2 agencies, departments, or bureaus that function in the field of […]
Question 1 Many lawyers would argue that a court case is most often won or lost during pretrial procedures. What are some of the ways that a criminal defendant can avoid going to trial? Is this a good thing in a criminal court, since a “jury of peers” would then not get the opportunity to judge the guilt or innocence of a criminal defendant? Question 2 Under what circumstances should a criminal defendant be granted bail? When might a criminal prosecutor wish to exercise discretion with allowing for bail? When might a judge refuse bail? What Constitutional amendment concerns bail […]
Based on your learning this week in Hooley et al. (2017), select one of the following three for your final discussion essay: 1. Distinguish between dementia and delirium. Can a person have both? 2. Review the diagnostic criteria for autism spectrum disorders and discuss the diagnostic criteria and why autism is considered a spectrum disorder. 3. Discuss the diagnostic criteria for ADHD and the different types, and recommend what treatment is most appropriate for each type.
Identify police agencies at the federal, state and local levels. Explain the difference between the scope and responsibilities for each agency you identified. Provide an example that illustrates the scope and responsibilities of each agency. Explain the difference between patrol and other roles within a police department. What are three functions of patrol work? Provide an example for each. Describe different types of patrol and how each impacts crime and community relations.