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Competency 1: Articulate How The Rules Of Criminal Procedure Apply To A Criminal Justice Practitioner.

Competency 1: Articulate How The Rules Of Criminal Procedure Apply To A Criminal Justice Practitioner.

 

Competency 1: Articulate how the rules of criminal procedure apply to a criminal justice practitioner.
Competency 2: Illustrate ethical compliance with criminal procedure from a criminal justice practitioner perspective.
Competency 3: Apply the 4th, 5th, and 6th Amendments in a criminal justice context.
Competency 4: Specify how the procedural rules apply to the admission of evidence in criminal cases.
Competency 5: Communicate effectively in writing.
TOGGLE DRAWERREAD FULL INTRODUCTIONOBJECTIVES
To successfully complete this learning unit, you will be expected to:
Articulate how the rules of criminal procedure apply to a criminal justice practitioner.
Illustrate ethical compliance with criminal procedure from a criminal justice practitioner perspective.
Apply the 4th, 5th, and 6th Amendments in a criminal justice context.
Specify how the procedural rules apply to the admission of evidence in criminal cases.
Communicate effectively in writing.
Explain potential individual and departmental sources of tort liability.
Articulate officer- and departmental-level adjustments needed to avoid civil liability.
Describe how sources of tort liability impact the field of criminal justice.
LEARNING ACTIVITIESCollapse All
Toggle Drawer[U10S1] UNIT 10 STUDY 1
STUDIES
READINGS
Use your Criminal Procedure text to read Chapter 14, “Legal Liabilities of Law Enforcement Officers,” pages 432–462. Being sued is an occupational hazard in modern-day policing. This chapter focuses on lawsuits the public usually file against police officers and the concept of liability. Lawsuits under the umbrella of liability might involve ethical violations, administrative violations, violations that led to civil liabilities, and violations that led to criminal liabilities. Violations could lead to reprimand or dismissal from the job, monetary payment for damages and legal fees, or punishment as severe as criminal sanctions such as fines, probation, or incarceration in a prison or jail.Use the Internet to complete the following:
Review Castle Rock v. Gonzales (2005) in preparation for the discussion in this unit.
Read the article “Civil Rights – Color of Law Violations” from The Federal Bureau of Investigation. This is an article about people operating under the color of law and the abuses that occur. This Web site will be helpful as you complete the media presentation Color of Law on ethical law enforcement procedures.
Review Brosseau v. Haugen (2004) in preparation for the discussion in this unit.
NBC ARCHIVES ON DEMAND
NBC Nightly News. (1982, June 24). Supreme Court rules on Nixon v. Fitzgerald [News report]. NBCUniversal Media, LLC.
MULTIMEDIA
View the Color of Law presentation.
Use this media to test your knowledge of ethical law enforcement procedures presented in the scenarios. Participation in the exercise will assist you in knowing what situations are under the color of law or not.
OPTIONAL INTERNET RESOURCES
Familiarizing yourself with the following materials will provide you with additional insight and perspective about the topics covered in this unit:
Civil liability for acts of off-duty officers – Part I. (2007). AELE Monthly Law Journal, 9, 101–106.
Ryan, J. (n.d.). Overview of police liability. Legal & Liability Risk Management Institute.
Zook, L. (n.d.). Reducing law enforcement liability – Reviewing the high risk critical areas. Institute for Criminal Justice Education.
FindLaw. (n.d.). Typical Section 1983 claims.
Civil liability for law enforcement pursuit driving (I). (2007). AELE Monthly Law Journal, 2, 101–109.
Toggle Drawer[U10A1] UNIT 10 ASSIGNMENT 1
CONNECTING YOUR LEARNING
Competencies Addressed in This Assignment
Competency 1: Articulate how the rules of criminal procedure apply to a criminal justice practitioner.
Competency 2: Illustrate ethical compliance with criminal procedure from a criminal justice practitioner perspective.
Competency 3: Apply the 4th, 5th, and 6th Amendments in a criminal justice context.
Competency 4: Specify how the procedural rules apply to the admission of evidence in criminal cases.
Competency 5: Communicate effectively in writing.
In this assignment, the criteria in your Connect Your Learning Scoring Guide are directly aligned to Competencies 1–5 for the course.OVERVIEW
Throughout the class, you have examined the court system, sources of rights such as the rules and procedures of the criminal justice system pertinent to the 4th, 5th, and 6th Amendments of the U.S. Constitution, and fundamental principles in criminal law. You have examined, probable cause and reasonable suspicion in action, various stops, use of force, important exceptions to the rules of search and seizure, confessions and admissions, constitutional rights at trial, and the legal liability that can be placed on law enforcement officers.INSTRUCTIONS
Prepare a 4–6 page paper (1–1.5 pages per competency for Competencies 1 through 4), focused on the course competencies and address two key areas of learning for each competency. Competency 5 will be showcased through your coverage of Competencies 1–4. This paper should showcase your learning proficiency and describe the importance of your learning relative to application in a career context. This assignment should be placed in your ePortfolio for future reference, and to demonstrate your learning connections for future employment purposes.Be sure to review the Connecting Your Learning Scoring Guide to ensure you understand the criteria for this assignment.REQUIREMENTS
Your paper should meet the following requirements:
Written communication: Must be free of errors that detract from the overall message.
References: One reference per competency.
APA format: Format resources and citations as per current APA style and formatting guidelines.
Length of paper: 4–6 pages, not including the title page and the references page.
Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 point.
You are required to submit a draft of your paper to SafeAssign. Once you review your results and make any needed changes, submit your paper for grading.Portfolio Prompt: This assignment should be placed in your ePortfolio for future reference, and to demonstrate your learning connections for future employment purposes.Note: Your instructor may also use the Writing Feedback Tool to provide feedback on your writing. In the tool, click the linked resources for helpful writing information.RESOURCES
Connecting Your Learning Scoring Guide.
Capella Writing Center.
Criminal Justice Undergraduate Library Research Guide.
Selecting a Database.
Selecting the Best Keywords.
Smarthinking.
SafeAssign.
Submit an Assignment [PDF].
ePortfolio.
Writing Feedback Tool.
APA Style and Format.
APA Style Paper Template.
Competency 1: Articulate how the rules of criminal procedure apply to a criminal justice practitioner.
Competency 2: Illustrate ethical compliance with criminal procedure from a criminal justice practitioner perspective.
Competency 3: Apply the 4th, 5th, and 6th Amendments in a criminal justice context.
Competency 4: Specify how the procedural rules apply to the admission of evidence in criminal cases.
Competency 5: Communicate effectively in writing.
TOGGLE DRAWERREAD FULL INTRODUCTIONOBJECTIVES
To successfully complete this learning unit, you will be expected to:
Articulate how the rules of criminal procedure apply to a criminal justice practitioner.
Illustrate ethical compliance with criminal procedure from a criminal justice practitioner perspective.
Apply the 4th, 5th, and 6th Amendments in a criminal justice context.
Specify how the procedural rules apply to the admission of evidence in criminal cases.
Communicate effectively in writing.
Explain potential individual and departmental sources of tort liability.
Articulate officer- and departmental-level adjustments needed to avoid civil liability.
Describe how sources of tort liability impact the field of criminal justice.
LEARNING ACTIVITIESCollapse All
Toggle Drawer[U10S1] UNIT 10 STUDY 1
STUDIES
READINGS
Use your Criminal Procedure text to read Chapter 14, “Legal Liabilities of Law Enforcement Officers,” pages 432–462. Being sued is an occupational hazard in modern-day policing. This chapter focuses on lawsuits the public usually file against police officers and the concept of liability. Lawsuits under the umbrella of liability might involve ethical violations, administrative violations, violations that led to civil liabilities, and violations that led to criminal liabilities. Violations could lead to reprimand or dismissal from the job, monetary payment for damages and legal fees, or punishment as severe as criminal sanctions such as fines, probation, or incarceration in a prison or jail.Use the Internet to complete the following:
Review Castle Rock v. Gonzales (2005) in preparation for the discussion in this unit.
Read the article “Civil Rights – Color of Law Violations” from The Federal Bureau of Investigation. This is an article about people operating under the color of law and the abuses that occur. This Web site will be helpful as you complete the media presentation Color of Law on ethical law enforcement procedures.
Review Brosseau v. Haugen (2004) in preparation for the discussion in this unit.
NBC ARCHIVES ON DEMAND
NBC Nightly News. (1982, June 24). Supreme Court rules on Nixon v. Fitzgerald [News report]. NBCUniversal Media, LLC.
MULTIMEDIA
View the Color of Law presentation.
Use this media to test your knowledge of ethical law enforcement procedures presented in the scenarios. Participation in the exercise will assist you in knowing what situations are under the color of law or not.
OPTIONAL INTERNET RESOURCES
Familiarizing yourself with the following materials will provide you with additional insight and perspective about the topics covered in this unit:
Civil liability for acts of off-duty officers – Part I. (2007). AELE Monthly Law Journal, 9, 101–106.
Ryan, J. (n.d.). Overview of police liability. Legal & Liability Risk Management Institute.
Zook, L. (n.d.). Reducing law enforcement liability – Reviewing the high risk critical areas. Institute for Criminal Justice Education.
FindLaw. (n.d.). Typical Section 1983 claims.
Civil liability for law enforcement pursuit driving (I). (2007). AELE Monthly Law Journal, 2, 101–109.
Toggle Drawer[U10A1] UNIT 10 ASSIGNMENT 1
CONNECTING YOUR LEARNING
Competencies Addressed in This Assignment
Competency 1: Articulate how the rules of criminal procedure apply to a criminal justice practitioner.
Competency 2: Illustrate ethical compliance with criminal procedure from a criminal justice practitioner perspective.
Competency 3: Apply the 4th, 5th, and 6th Amendments in a criminal justice context.
Competency 4: Specify how the procedural rules apply to the admission of evidence in criminal cases.
Competency 5: Communicate effectively in writing.
In this assignment, the criteria in your Connect Your Learning Scoring Guide are directly aligned to Competencies 1–5 for the course.OVERVIEW
Throughout the class, you have examined the court system, sources of rights such as the rules and procedures of the criminal justice system pertinent to the 4th, 5th, and 6th Amendments of the U.S. Constitution, and fundamental principles in criminal law. You have examined, probable cause and reasonable suspicion in action, various stops, use of force, important exceptions to the rules of search and seizure, confessions and admissions, constitutional rights at trial, and the legal liability that can be placed on law enforcement officers.INSTRUCTIONS
Prepare a 4–6 page paper (1–1.5 pages per competency for Competencies 1 through 4), focused on the course competencies and address two key areas of learning for each competency. Competency 5 will be showcased through your coverage of Competencies 1–4. This paper should showcase your learning proficiency and describe the importance of your learning relative to application in a career context. This assignment should be placed in your ePortfolio for future reference, and to demonstrate your learning connections for future employment purposes.Be sure to review the Connecting Your Learning Scoring Guide to ensure you understand the criteria for this assignment.REQUIREMENTS
Your paper should meet the following requirements:
Written communication: Must be free of errors that detract from the overall message.
References: One reference per competency.
APA format: Format resources and citations as per current APA style and formatting guidelines.
Length of paper: 4–6 pages, not including the title page and the references page.
Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 point.
You are required to submit a draft of your paper to SafeAssign. Once you review your results and make any needed changes, submit your paper for grading.Portfolio Prompt: This assignment should be placed in your ePortfolio for future reference, and to demonstrate your learning connections for future employment purposes.Note: Your instructor may also use the Writing Feedback Tool to provide feedback on your writing. In the tool, click the linked resources for helpful writing information.RESOURCES
Connecting Your Learning Scoring Guide.
Capella Writing Center.
Criminal Justice Undergraduate Library Research Guide.
Selecting a Database.
Selecting the Best Keywords.
Smarthinking.
SafeAssign.
Submit an Assignment [PDF].
ePortfolio.
Writing Feedback Tool.
APA Style and Format.
APA Style Paper Template.
7 hours ago

ITS UNIT 10 ASSIGNMENT 1. It is my final paper for this class . Criminal procedure and evidence. It is supposed to tie the whole course together with what I have learned . The last one you did have a 27% match . I had to re word some things but not a big deal .

7 hours ago

So all i am expecting is this assignment …

[U10A1] UNIT 10 ASSIGNMENT 1
CONNECTING YOUR LEARNING
5 page paper answering those things . 5 pages is fine


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