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BCCO PCT #4 PowerPoint

BCCO PCT #4 PowerPoint

Intermediate USE of FORCE TCOLE Course # 2107. AND. UNIT FOUR. BCCO PCT #4 PowerPoint. BCCO PCT #4 PowerPoint. ADMINISTRATIVE. Please complete the BCCO PCT #4 Registration form and turn it in now. Make sure you sign TCOLE Report of Training (PID#, Full Name and DOB).

By benjamin
(443 views)

Criminal Law: general principles

Criminal Law: general principles

Criminal Law: general principles. Sources of law Common law vs. statutes Model Penal Code Felonies vs. misdemeanors Constitutional requirements Bills of attainder Ex post facto laws Elements of a crime Wrongful act (actus reus) State of Mind (mens rea) causation.

By zofia
(458 views)

Unit 5 Torts

Unit 5 Torts

Unit 5 Torts. ARE 306. Definition. Civil Wrong. Types. Intentional Negligent Strict liability. Intentional Torts. Intent Punitive (exemplary) damages Types (many) Trespass Battery Assault. Negligence. Elements Duty Breach of duty Proximate causation (legal cause) Foreseeability

By michi
(136 views)

Check Sound Check Mike

Check Sound Check Mike

Check Sound Check Mike. Time. Today’s Lecture: . Criminal Law & Procedure 1. Affirmative Defenses 2. Mental State 3. Miranda. Lecture Organization:. Class Announcements. Review. Affirmative Defenses. Mental State & Its Defenses. Politics of Defining Crime. Miranda.

By adrienne
(106 views)

CP Lesson 4 – Arrest and Seizure

CP Lesson 4 – Arrest and Seizure

CP Lesson 4 – Arrest and Seizure. Basic Definitions Arrest Elements Seizure Seizure and Use of Force Entrapment. Arrest and Seizure Defined. Arrest : the taking of a person into custody against his or her own will for the purpose of criminal prosecution or interrogation.

By nida
(337 views)

Chapter 15

Chapter 15

Chapter 15. Police and Law Enforcement. History of Police. English origins The London Police Sir Robert Peel (Act for Improving the Police) London police were structured along military lines. History of Police. Policing in the American Colonies

By kuper
(254 views)

Defenses

Defenses

Defenses. Who’s Job? . Prosecution has burden of proof to show defendant is guilty Defendant has the right to present a defense, but is not forced to . No Crime/Alibi. Alibi: evidence D was somewhere else when crime was committed DNA: recently used to exonerate wrongful convictions

By roman
(113 views)

Criminal Law and Cyber Crime

Criminal Law and Cyber Crime

Criminal Law and Cyber Crime. Chapter 6. Civil and Criminal Law Compared. Crimes. A wrong committed against society defined in a statute and punishable by fines and/or imprisonment -- and, in some cases, by death.

By fia
(177 views)

Introduction to Security

Introduction to Security

Introduction to Security. Chapter 9 Preventing Losses from Criminal Actions. Enforcing Proprietary Rights. Not all crimes can be prevented. Security officers are expected to act to protect the assets of their employers, and cannot always assume local authorities will handle the situation.

By jethro
(70 views)

Class Name, Instructor Name

Class Name, Instructor Name

Criminal Justice 2011. Chapter 2:. LEGAL ISSUES IN CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION . Class Name, Instructor Name. Date, Semester. CHAPTER SUMMARY. Summarize the due process rights provided by the Constitution. 2.1.

By jamuna
(77 views)

10 th American History Unit III- U.S. Foreign Policy World War II - today

10 th American History Unit III- U.S. Foreign Policy World War II - today

10 th American History Unit III- U.S. Foreign Policy World War II - today. Nixon to Bush #2 Chapter 35 Sections 3 + 4 Pg. 888-896. Reading Quiz. 1. What did the Panama Canal treaties do? 2. Who were the Khmer Rouge? 3. Who were the Pathet Lao? 4. What is a third world country?

By amara
(133 views)

Defense of Home and Property

Defense of Home and Property

Most jurisdictions allow for the use of reasonable, non-deadly force in defense of one’s property. If that property is one’s home, the castle exception to the retreat rule applies. It is not necessary to retreat from one’s own home before resorting to deadly force in the face

By cathal
(88 views)

No person may, by any intentional act reasonably likely to provoke a

No person may, by any intentional act reasonably likely to provoke a

No person may, by any intentional act reasonably likely to provoke a belligerent response, create a necessity for acting in self-defense and thereupon kill, use, offer, or attempt to use force upon or toward another person. Therefore, if you find beyond a

By locke
(85 views)

PREMOBILIZATION LEGAL ISSUES 43d MP BDE

PREMOBILIZATION LEGAL ISSUES 43d MP BDE

PREMOBILIZATION LEGAL ISSUES 43d MP BDE. IMPORTANT ISSUES. Getting Wills and Powers of Attorney in order Dependent Support Protection under the Soldier’s and Sailor’s Civil Relief Act (SSCRA) Reemployment Rights (USERRA) Code of Conduct What to do if detained Law of War

By torgny
(71 views)

PREMOBILIZATION LEGAL ISSUES 43d MP BDE

PREMOBILIZATION LEGAL ISSUES 43d MP BDE

PREMOBILIZATION LEGAL ISSUES 43d MP BDE. IMPORTANT ISSUES. Getting Wills and Powers of Attorney in order Dependent Support Protection under the Soldier’s and Sailor’s Civil Relief Act (SSCRA) Reemployment Rights (USERRA) Code of Conduct What to do if detained Law of War

By fraley
(107 views)

Civilians on the Battlefield (COBs) CPT (P) Woodruff 2 Mar 06

Civilians on the Battlefield (COBs) CPT (P) Woodruff 2 Mar 06

Civilians on the Battlefield (COBs) CPT (P) Woodruff 2 Mar 06. Agenda. What are they? Key Rules and Concepts Battle Drills Practical Exercise DOBs!!! Conclusion. Civilians on the Battlefield. What are they? A modern fact of warfare A source of intelligence

By randi
(543 views)

Argument Analysis

Argument Analysis

Argument Analysis. An argument is a set of assertions, one of which is intended to follow from or be supported by the other(s).

By sue
(161 views)

Police Corruption

Police Corruption

Police Corruption. WHY?. Basic Requirements. U.S. Citizen Not have been convicted of a felony Have or be eligible to have a driver’s license in the state where the department is located Be at least 18 years of age (some jurisdictions – 21). Police Corruption.

By cleta
(732 views)

Chapter Six: Arrests, Use of Force, and Responses to Terrorism

Chapter Six: Arrests, Use of Force, and Responses to Terrorism

Chapter Six: Arrests, Use of Force, and Responses to Terrorism. Rolando V. del Carmen. Arrests, Use of Force, and Responses to Terrorism. The Broad Picture: Seizures of Persons Seizure and the Fourth Amendment Arrest is just one type of seizure.

By anja
(125 views)

Chapter Six – Arrests, Use of Force, and Responses to Terrorism

Chapter Six – Arrests, Use of Force, and Responses to Terrorism

Chapter Six – Arrests, Use of Force, and Responses to Terrorism. Rolando V. del Carmen. Arrests, Use of Force, and Responses to Terrorism. The Broad Picture: Seizures of Persons Seizure and the Fourth Amendment Arrest is just one type of seizure.

By aiden
(115 views)

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