• Proactive
    School is too hard, weather is making me miserable, and friends don’t understand me. Until a few weeks ago I had no clue what “Proactive” meant. Reading The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People had helped me realized how reactive I have been for my whole life. Now I understand shifting from a r...
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  • Strategically Reactive and Strategically Proactive Human Resource Management
    Over time the importance of the value of human resources (HR) to its firm has increased. The management of human resources went from being operational to strategic, which are the two levels of HR, and from reactive to proactive. The HR field may organize its thinking about the past, present, and fut...
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  • Proactive and Reactive Change
    Reactive vs. Proactive Change Workplace change occurs rapidly and often in many businesses. This change may take place in order to respond to a new opportunity or to avoid a threat to the company. Regardless of the reason, change can be difficult for all involved; managers and employees face new...
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  • Historical Development of Police Agencies
    Historical Development of Police Agencies CJA/204 August 8, 2011 Abstract Historically, policing in America mimicked that of the English. American ideas expanded on the English way of policing, to start an era of ever evolving police agencies. In the beginning policing was considered the civ...
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  • Historical Development of Police Agencies
    Running head: Law Enforcement Law Enforcement December 12, 2011 Introduction The criminal justice system has many components that make up its system. This paper will explore the historical development of police a...
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  • Community-Based Policing: Law Enforcement for the Twentieth Century
    Community-Based Policing: Law Enforcement For The Twentieth Century by KONSTANTINOS I. KORIAS. ENGLISH COMPOSITION PROFESSOR CHUCK NILES (MONDAY NIGHT CLASS) OUTLINE Thesis:Community-based policing provides hope for the future of Law enforcement. I. Introduction to C.B.P....
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  • Police Agencies
    1) What are the various functions of a police agency? Compare and contrast how these functions differ at the federal, state, and local levels. What would happen if the various functions and roles of policing agencies were limited among communities? What is custodial interrogation? What is the relati...
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  • Policing
    Policing RIGHTS OF THE ACCUSED UNDER INVESTIGATION Common law, constitutional, statutory, and humanitarian rights of the accused: ¦ A right against unreasonable searches ¦ A right against unreasonable arrest ¦ A right against unreasonable seizures of property ¦ A right to fair questi...
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  • 4.2 Comparison of the Rhetorical Styles of George W. Bush and Barack Obama
    CONTENTS 1. Introduction 2 2. Theoretical Part 4 2 Discourse Analysis and Political Rhetoric 4 2 Political Speeches 6 3. Changes in the Threat to the United States 12 3 New International Environment after the Cold War 12...
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  • Proactive Policing
    Community Orientated Policing is widely held as the new and correct style for American policing. For the past decade the community policing movement has been gaining momentum acquiring the support of politicians, scholars, reformers, and the public. Police chiefs around the country are now feeling t...
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  • Policing
    Police Discretion One of the most controversial distinctions of police authority is their discretion over individual rights. Our nation's concept and respect for individual rights stems from our forefathers and the creation of the Constitution. Being a country with grassroots in free...
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  • The Effectiveness of Community Policing
    The Effectiveness of Community Policing Introduction Throughout the years, community policing has been an effective tool to help and protect citizens in the United States . Community policing involves people within the community to help and support solutions to crime-related problems and as...
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  • Improving Client Stability with Proactive Problem Management
    IT@Intel White Paper Intel Information Technology Client Management September 2009 Improving Client Stability with Proactive Problem Management Executive Overview Using our process, we reduced the number of blue screens by more than 3,000 per week. Intel IT implemented a proactive problem...
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  • Public and Private Policing
    There are many similarities, as well as differences between public and private policing; however, despite differences public and private police tend to mirror each other to a certain extent (Nalla & Newman, 1990) Private policing serve as many roles in the community. Some of the major components of...
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  • Community Oriented Policing
    There has always been a love-hate relationship between the public and the police. When called upon to help, they can be something sent from God, but when they are writing tickets, or taking a friend to jail, the view changes from a savior to a presence that is unwanted and often hated. An effort to...
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  • Policing Lawenforement
    Diana Espinoza Policing in America CJA204 March 7, 2011 Gerrard Policing in America “A good person does the right thing, even when no one is looking” – Cesar Gerrard The American history of crime has been extremely influential on the way the United states is run today. The original c...
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  • Learning Styles
    LEARNING STYLES AND NONTRADITIONAL EDUCATION Learning Styles and Nontraditional Education Abstract Learning styles, also known as cognitive styles, learning strategies, and multiple intelligences, have been studied for at least the last four decades. The exploration of these areas...
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  • Public Policing vs Private Security
    Running head: PUBLIC POLICING VERSUS PRIVATE SECURITY Public Policing versus Private Security Comparison Maria Perham University of Phoenix April 15, 2011 Public Policing Versus Private Security Comparison In the policing field are two paths for individuals to choose from pub...
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  • Community Policing and Drugs
    Running Head: Community Policing and Drugs; History, Issues and Programs Introduction: According to the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, the definition of community policing is defined as; It's a policing philosophy that was created to promote and supp...
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  • Public Policing Versus Private Security
    Public Policing Versus Private Security Kayla Cook CJA/500 November 8, 2009 Mrs. Jancie Graham Abstract Public policing and private security have several distinct differences. Public policing is the ability to enforce the law and maintain order in society. Private securities are paid...
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