Buckley, John, Managing Intelligence (2014) A Guide for Law Enforcement Professionals CRC Press ISBN 978-1-4665-8642-0
A critical component of the national health care reform was the creation of Accountable Care Organizations. Please select an ACO in the news and explain what they are doing to be accountable for the quality, cost and overall care of their patients. Please conclude if you believe they are succeeding, or failing in their overall goals.
Identify an ACO that is currently in the news.
Describe how this ACO is accountable for quality, cost and care of its patients.
Indicate whether you believe this ACO is successful in its clinical and financial goals.
A few examples:
Benefits of Forming an Accountable Care Organization
Rural Hospitals Join Forces to Access ACO Incentives
Gabriel came to the United States with his family, across a land border, when he was two years old without documentation and undetected by border agents. After he turned 16 years old he applied for and was granted Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). He continues to renew his DACA as required. Congress passes a law, when Gabriel is 20 years old, rescinding DACA. Gabriel files a suit arguing that Congress violated the separation of powers by usurping the Executive Branch’s power to execute laws including deciding who to deport.
How would SCOTUS review this issue and what would be there decision? (There is no need to do immigration law research to respond to this question.)
In looking at the incarceration rates and results discussed in the Redding paper, do you purport that juveniles tried in criminal courts is still beneficial?
Recidivism rates appear to grow when juveniles are tried in adult courts, if so, then, what needs to be done to minimize juveniles from continuing to offend?
Much concern has been raised for juveniles housed in adult jails/prisons, particularly as it relates to violence. Even for the violent offenders, shouldn’t they still be protected while incarcerated? Can one be punished without being abused?
Directions: Be sure to save an electronic copy of your answer before submitting it to Ashworth College for grading. Unless otherwise stated, answer in complete sentences, and be sure to use correct English, spelling, and grammar. Sources must be cited in APA format. Your response should be four (4) double‐spaced pages;
Assume you have been asked to testify at a state legislative committee hearing regarding consideration of a bill to ban all plea-bargaining. The committee wants to hear from you because you are considered the leading expert on the topic. Prepare a written summary of your testimony and be sure to include the following:
1. The stakeholders who would be affected by a ban on plea-bargaining and how those stakeholders would be affected by a ban
2. Reasons why plea-bargaining should not be banned
3. The parts of the criminal justice process (charging, trial, sentencing, appeal) that would be affected by a ban and how those parts would be affected
After reading An Unbelievable Story of Rape discuss what rape myths were present in this case, what was the impact of these myths, and what can the criminal justice field do better to ensure professionals are equipped to recognize and respond in cases that don’t fit society’s narrative of what sexual assault victims should look/act like?
Run juvenile statistic reports for the last block 2008-2014 for your home state (My home state is Illinois), or somewhere you considered home
Compare the results for the violent versus property crimes
In seeing the data for your state, answer the following:
Were you surprised by the results, if so explain why?
Discuss what these numbers tell you about your state, delinquency, and overall crime?
For this paper, all the necessary information has been linked down below. The sources used need to be based on United Kingdom cases not from any other country. I have also inserted a link with an example written peace of what my module is all about to give you more understanding of what you can do.
Please pick one of the tops to talk about that are listed on the link.
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The International Association for Crime Analyst’s Standards, Methods & Technology (SMT) Committee published a white paper on the definition and types of crime analysis. The document provides information on the types of analysis as well as providing examples of things that are *not* types of crime analysis. Compare and contrast the two lists using either source. Why is it important to understand which ones are not types of crime analysis? How does the information help you understand the types of crime analysis better?
This is a respondent brief. Attached is an example (people v carrington) on how it should look. I am also attaching the 3 cases it should cite and the instructions from the course