Security;Homeland Security


Security “Homeland Security” Please respond to the following:

The Department of Homeland Security battles both natural and man-made disasters, as well as terrorist attacks.

Discuss whether you believe natural and man-made disasters or terrorist attacks should receive precedence for focused efforts.

Explain why.Explain whether you believe the Coast Guard or U.S. Secret Service should be separated from the Department of Homeland Security.

The Department works in the civilian sphere to protect the United States within, at, and outside its borders.

Its stated goal is to prepare for, prevent, and respond to domestic emergencies, particularly terrorism

Our duties are wide-ranging, but our goal is clear — keeping America safe:

  1. Prevent Terrorism
  2.  Secure and Manage our Borders
  3. Enforce and Administer our Immigration Laws
  4. Safeguard and Secure Cyberspace
  5. Strengthen National Preparedness and Resilience Mature

We continually strengthen our partnerships with communities, first respondents, law enforcement and government agencies – at the state, local, tribal, federal and international levels.

We are accelerating the deployment of science, technology, and innovation in order to make America more secure.

And we are becoming leaner, smarter, and more efficient, ensuring that every resource is used as effectively as possible.

Every day, the men and women of the Department bring their range of backgrounds and experiences to the mission of securing America.

Police Brutality, Shootings

Police Brutality
Police Brutality

Police brutality/shootings and how it effects urban communities within the united states.

All work must be Original.

Do not bid on this assignment unless you will have it completed on time, and have writing skills.

Term project, which is a 15 page (not counting the cover, abstract and reference page) research paper in APA format.

All sources need to be peer-reviewed.

News about Police Brutality, Misconduct and Shootings, including commentary and archival articles published in The New York Times.

All work must be Original.

Do not bid on this assignment unless you will have it completed on time, and have writing skills.

Term project, which is a 15 page (not counting the cover, abstract and reference page) research paper

Criminal Behavior; Risk Developing

Criminal Behavior.

Criminal Behavior
Criminal Behavior

Read the following scenario and discuss Sam’s risks for developing criminal behavior based on your knowledge of the biological, learning and situational factors.

Please use and cite your text, at least one professional journal article, and at least one other professional or government source (which can also be a journal article).


An 11-year-old male, Sam, is growing up in a public housing project.

He is being raised by his authoritarian maternal grandmother and his permissive/laissez faire, alcoholic and crack-addicted mother.

He has four siblings fathered by two different men, one of whom shook Sam when he was five months old, causing him to be hospitalized for brain swelling.

Sam’s mother used drugs and alcohol while she was pregnant with Sam, and he was born six weeks premature.

He is considered slow-to-warm up, is good in school and likes attending, but others in the project tease him for being a sissy.

The neighborhood has opposing criminal street gangs who fight for the territory to sell drugs.

One particular gang member is older and takes the time to talk with Sam and protect him from neighborhood bullies and other gang members.

Sam has the typical pubescent male urges, and the older gang members introduce Sam to other gang members and even girls who associate with the gang.

Sam can even borrow money from the gang. His grandmother never has money to lend, but the gang does because of its lucrative illicit drug-selling.

Sam is starting to spend more time with the gang, and therefore he is not spending time studying.

His school behavior is starting to suffer. Sam sees the respect given other gang members as they sell drugs, fight with the other gang, and fight with the police.

The older gang member who has protected Sam asks him to occasionally carry a handgun because the older member cannot get caught with a gun again or he’ll go back to prison.

Sam agrees to carry the gun.

Hate Crime;A Victim of a Hate Crime

Hate Crime.

Hate Crime
Hate Crime

In this three-page reflection paper, imagine you are a victim of a hate crime.

You may pick what aspect about you that could be the potential reason for this, or you may put yourself in the role of someone else.

Be sure to explain why the aspect you choose is considered a hate crime within the introduction of your paper.

Remember, you are putting yourself in the victim’s shoes.
  1. What crime was committed against you, and how did you “being who you are” lead to your victimization?
  2. As a victim, how would your interaction with criminal justice system and the offender possibly affect you? How do you think people would view your crime (for example, blame you or target you more).
  3. Explain what can be done to prevent further victimization, such as this.

Touch on training discussed and how those could facilitate change.

APA rules for formatting, quoting, paraphrasing, citing, and listing of sources are to be followed.

Please APA.


Wallace, H., & Roberson, C. (2015).

Victimology: Legal, psychological, and social perspectives (4th ed.).

Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.