online test master's of science criminal justice 530 aspects of criminal justice management1 attempt 2hrs 10 essay questions. DueAugust 18 5:00pm The Final Exam covers material from Weeks 5 – 8. The...

online test master's of science criminal justice 530 aspects of criminal justice management1 attempt 2hrs 10 essay questions. DueAugust 18 5:00pm

The Final Exam covers material from Weeks 5 – 8. The Final Exam is worth 200 points. You will have only one, two-hour timed-attempt to complete the exam. The exam consists of 10 written-response questions. The expectation for an outstanding essay response is one full paragraph of about five sentences. Be brief and to the point. Excessively long or rambling responses are not acceptable. All work must be your own, with original thoughts and writing. Graduate-level written work is required.

Week 5 Required Reading Workers’ Compensation · Hunt, H. A. & Dillender, M.. (2017). Workers' Compensation: Analysis for Its Second Century. W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research. · Kilgore, H. B. (2011). Law enforcement risk management. Sheriff, 63(1), 30-32.  ADA · Lefkowitz, R. (2019). What are you en(title)d two? Protecting individuals with disabilities during interactions with law enforcement under Title II of the ADA. The University of Memphis Law Review, 49(3), 707-757.  FMLA  · Kelly, E. L. (2010). Failure to update: An institutional perspective on noncompliance with the family and medical leave act. Law & Society Review, 44(1), 33-66.  FLSA · Brooks, M. E. (2004). The fair labor standards act and police compensation. FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, 73(6), 24-32. Primary Source Documents · Missouri Department of Labor. Worker’s Compensation Insurance. (or look up comparable law for your state) · United States Department of Justice. Civil Rights Division. Information and Technical Assistance on the Americans with Disabilities Act. · U. S. Department of Labor. Wage and Hour Division. Family and Medical Leave Act. · U. S. Department of Labor. Wage and Hour Division. Wages and Fair Labor Standards Act. Supplemental Reading Workers' Compensation · Fortin, B., Lanoie, P., & Laporte, C. (1999). Is workers' compensation a substitute for unemployment insurance?*. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 18(2), 165-188. · Former officer seeks additional workers' comp benefits for delay in processing disability retirement. (2005). Police Department Disciplinary Bulletin, 13(4), 6-7. ADA · Kain, M. (2020). A gray area: The scope of title II of the ADA's applicability to ad hoc police encounters. Boston College Law School Boston College Law Review, 61(9), 93-111,93A. FMLA · Baird, C. L., & Reynolds, J. R. (2004). Employee awareness of family leave benefits: the effects of family, work, and gender. Sociological Quarterly, 45(2), 325-353. Week 6 Required Reading Drug Testing in Law Enforcement · Mieczkowski, T., & Lersch, K. M., (2002). Drug-testing police officers and police recruits: The outcome of urinalysis and hair analysis compared. Policing, 25(3), 581-601. · Mieczkowski, T., Lersch, K. M.,  & Kruger, M. (2002). Police drug testing, hair analysis, and the issue of race bias. Criminal Justice Review, 27(1), 124-146. Free Exercise of Religion/Religious Expression · Scharffs, B. (2012). Protecting Religious Freedom: Two Counterintuitive Dialectics in US Free Exercise Jurisprudence. In Babie P. & Rochow N. (Eds.), Freedom of Religion under Bills of Rights (pp. 285-320). South Australia: University of Adelaide Press.  · Schott, R. G. (2007). Religion in the public workplace: Regulation and accommodation. FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, 76(6), 23-32.  Supplemental Reading Drug Testing in Law Enforcement · Gater, L. (2009). Drug testing services & technology. Corrections Forum, 18(1), 42-44. Free Exercise of Religion/Religious Expression · Paulose, R. K. (2015). Is an employer liable under title VII of the civil rights act only if the employer has actual knowledge of the need for a religious accommodation based on direct notice from an applicant or employee?. Preview of United States Supreme Court Cases, 42(5), 179-183. Week 7 Required Reading 42 USC § 1983 · Rostow, C., & Davis, R. (2002). Psychological screening. Law & Order, 50(5), 100-106. · Schott, R. G. (2008). Double exposure: Civil liability and criminal prosecution in federal court for police misconduct. FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, 77(5), 23-32. Qualified Immunity for law enforcement, corrections or other CJ personnel · Schott, R. G., J.D. (2012). Qualified immunity. FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, 81(9), 22-32. · Torres, S. (2006). The prison journal. Federal Probation, 70(1), 79-80. · Primary Source Documents · 42 USC §1983: · Headwaters Forest Def. v. County of Humboldt · JUSTIA U.S. Law website Supplemental Reading 42 USC & 1983 · Surprise, surprise. (2017). American Jails, 30(6), 5-5,79. Qualified Immunity for Law Enforcement Corrections or Other CJ Personnel · PART ONE: Complete case summaries in alphabetical order. (2015). Detention and Corrections Caselaw Quarterly, (64), 1-46. Week 8 Required Reading Federal Criminal Violations for Law Enforcement Officers · Puritz, P., & Scali, M. A. (1998). Civil rights of institutionalized persons. Corrections Today, 60(5), 80-83.  Officer Discipline and the Internal Affairs Process · Fields, M. (2011). Who's in your wallet? How an early warning and intervention system can prevent problem officers from costing your agency big money in civil litigation expenses. Journal of California Law Enforcement, 45(2), 12-19.  · Thurnauer, B.(n.d) Best practices guide. Internal Affairs: A Strategy for Smaller Departments. International Association of Chiefs of Police. Smaller Police Departments Technical Assistance Program. Primary Source Documents · FBI. Federal Civil Rights Statutes. · Florida State Legislature. The 2019 Florida Statutes. · U. S. Department of Justice. Addressing Police Misconduct Laws Enforced by the Department of Justice. · U. S. Department of Justice. Conduct of Law Enforcement Agencies. · U. S. Department of Justice. Statutes Enforced by the Criminal Section. · U. S. Department of Justice. Office of Community Oriented Policing Services. Building Trust between the Police and the Citizens They Serve · U. S. Department of Justice. The Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act of 1994. · U. S. Department of Labor. Veterans’ Employment & Training Service. The Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act of 1994. VETS USERRA Fact Sheet 3.
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