There are HUNDREDS of essays in this category!
Each one is only $9.95/page with a free bibliography....
If you don't see any 'ya like, try a keyword search instead!

Papers On Law Enforcement & Intelligence
Page 15 of 93

Previous 5 Items Next 5 Items

Accuracy Of The FBI Uniform Crime Reporting System
[ send me this essay ]
This 8 page paper provides a very brief historical overview of the Uniform Crime Reporting Program. The paper then explains and discusses the types of crime data the FBI collects for this program and how they obtain the data. The writer discuses the strengths and weaknesses of the system, including the fact that not all crimes are reported to police officers and how the definitions of crimes may differ between states. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: PGucrfbi.rtf

ADJUSTING TO TERRORISM
[ send me this essay ]
This 4-page paper discusses a criminal agency's set up to combat terrorism, what changes are necessary within and the pros and cons of protecting the agency from terrorist attacks. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: MTterradju.rtf

Administrative Position Paper: Excessive Force
[ send me this essay ]
13 pages in length. The writer discusses how excessive force is often the result of insufficient minority presence on the police staff and the product of racial intolerance. Bibliography lists 15 sources.
Filename: TLCExcessFrc.rtf

Administrator Challenges: Law Enforcement Ethics
[ send me this essay ]
3 pages in length. One especially major issue police administrators encounter on a regular basis is enforcing each level of law enforcement to recognize the duality of responsibilities and limitations. This course has helped prepare me to understand how the fine line between acting within the law and behaving outside of it has become an unfortunate focal point of myriad police departments, inasmuch as deviance on the force is an ever-present problem that blurs the distinction of law enforcer and criminal. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: TLCAdminChall.rtf

Advantages And Disadvantages In Community Policing
[ send me this essay ]
7 pages in length. The notion of community policing has become a necessary evil in today's ever-threatened global society. That criminal activity far surpasses law enforcement's ability to keep it in check is indicative of how vital community policing – "a partnership between the police and the community, sharing in the delivery of police services" (Himelfarb et al, 2002) – has become as a viable alternative to help enhance an otherwise shorthanded guardian system. However, as good as any given program might be, there are bound to be drawbacks that serve to impede the very objective it seeks to achieve. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: TLCCmPlc.rtf


Page 15 of 93
<< more 11  12  13  14  15  16  17  18  19  20  more >>

Previous 5 Items Next 5 Items

Don't Forget:
If you're not sure about an essay, email meand I'll
get 'ya a free, one page excerpt from it!
If you don't see ANY essays on your topic, click <NEXT> for
more listings OR click "custom essays" to have a new one written!

 

Essay Boy Also Recommends These Other Great Essay Sites:
Essays and Papers On-File| Essay Finder| Essay Page| Essay Girl
12000 Papers and Essays| E - Coursework| Report Finders| 15000 Research Papers

Sell Papers & Essays From YOUR Web Site and Earn Money!
CLICK HERE TO BECOME OUR AFFILIATE!