"USA PATRIOT Act" Essays and Research Papers

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  • USA Patriot Act

    and Obstruct Terrorism act of 2001 otherwise known as the USA Patriot Act was signed into law by president George W. Bush on October 26‚ 2001. This act is part of the foreign and defense policy area. “The foreign and defense policy area includes organizations that focus on relations between the United States and the rest of the world. Organizations that national security initiatives and other defense-related policies‚ as well as individual countries‚ are included.” This act was enacted by the 107th

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  • The Usa Patriot Act

    Lene Eteuati Homeland Security USA Patriot Act Essay The USA PATRIOT Act During September 11‚ 2001‚ our country was under attack by some radical terrorist group. On October 11‚ 2001 a month later the legislation was passed by the Senate and later passed by the House on October 24‚ 2001 and sign into law by President George W‚ Bush in October 26‚ 2001. The “USA PATRIOT ACT” was born with its sole purpose is to grant greater powers and authority to the Homeland Security Department stretching

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    the U.S.A. Patriot Act. The title for this bill is an acronym for "the United and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism Act" (USA Patriot Act). In the years since the passing of the Patriot Act‚ there has been much controversy and debate regarding the positive and negative advantages‚ and consequences of this bill. As a member of the law enforcement community I have experienced firsthand some of the changes the Patriot Act has brought

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    The USA Patriot Act and Its Negative Effects on the Civil Liberties and Constitutional Freedoms Christopher Smith Expository Writing TTH 2-350pm California State University San Bernardino Abstract The catastrophic events that took place on September 11‚ 2001 opened America’s eyes to the realization that we are not as safe as we believed. Hi-jackers took control of four commercial jets with sole intentions of causing destruction on American soil. Three of the planes reached their targets

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  • Impact of the Usa Patriot Act

    Abstract The primary concern of this paper is to establish the impact of the USA Patriot Act on local law enforcement and its potential for net widening. This paper will cover three primary areas to provide a proper public safety case analysis. First the paper will describe the public safety agency and its roles in relation to the USA PATRIOT ACT. Then the paper will provide a detail explanation of the leadership‚ management‚ and administration roles of the public safety agency chosen. Finally this

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  • Usa Patriot Act Of 2001

    The USA Patriot Act of 2001 is legislation that was sponsored by President Bush and his administration following September 11th. It is to allow increased responsibilities for the criminal justice system and other agencies. “The USA Patriot Act has ten sections or titles outlining new powers for government operations.” (White 2014 p. 393) “Title II‚ designed to improve surveillance. Grands authority to federal law enforcement agencies to intercept communications about terrorism‚ allows searches

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  • Usa Patriot Act Research Paper

    Secrecy Act is comprised of six parts; The Patriot Act‚ MITR‚ CTR‚ MIP‚ SAR‚ and OFAC. The use of all of these in tandem makes it easy to catch fraud‚ money laundering‚ Terrorist funding‚ Criminal organizations and more. The six parts each play their parts in this‚ with some being smaller and less complicated but no less important. The USA PATRIOT act is a big one‚ and very broad. However this was on purpose so that way it can encompass all types of transactions with very few loopholes. The USA PATRIOT

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  • Pros And Cons Of The USA Patriot Act

    by passing new legislation and amending existing legislation. The U.S. Senate quickly passed the USA PATRIOT ACT‚ which mean Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism. The USA PATRIOT ACT was a new tool to fight terrorism head on. The USA PATRIOT ACT bill was signed by President George W. Bush on October 26‚ 2011. The USA PATRIOT ACT bill gives the court authorize to issue the search order for any United States citizen who law enforcement

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  • Personal Narrative: The USA Patriot Act

    Well the USA Patriot Act was signed into law during the Bush administration. That’s George W. Bush Sr. that I’m talking about. According to the author of A Gift of Fire‚ Sara Baase‚ the USA Patriot Act “(passed after the terrorist attacks in 2001) eased government access to many kinds of personal information‚ including library and financial records‚ without a court order.” An internet search will tell you that the USA Patriot Act is “An Act: To deter and punish terrorist acts in the United

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  • Patriot Act

    USA Patriot Act Paper Nikki Peeler AJS/552 January 28‚ 2013 Shon Kuta USA Patriot Act Abstract September 11‚ 2001 America was changed forever. The United Stated felt the effects of terrorism and realized just how vulnerable we are as a nation. Having experienced such a horrific event forced our government to look at things more closely which brought about the USA Patriot Act. This allowed federal agents the ability to detain non-citizens while also monitoring such devices as email and

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