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Have to label the letters in the essay (for easy find to check answers to the letters below) and answer each

HAVE TO LABEL THE LETTERS IN THE ESSAY (for easy find to check answers to the letters below) AND ANSWER EACH
LETTER INFORMATION:
a) Describe the main ideas of the topic you read
b) Describe the importance of understanding this topic as an individual and a society
c) Based on what you have learned in this course, explain how your understanding of this topic has
changed
from before this class. Integrate and synthesize at least 3 concepts you have learned,
with your assignment.
d) What is one simple step you can take to promote awareness on this topic in your environment?
TOPIC TO WRITE ABOUT IS—-> Dementia
Type-written; Double-spaced; Times-New Roman 12 Font; Minimum: 750 words NO CITATIONS NEEDED
RUBRIC FOR GRADING ASSIGNMENT
-Organization and clarity of response:
-Your analysis addresses all above key points (a to d)
-Your analysis incorporates key concepts learned in the course
– The sentences in your assignment are grammatically correct and have been proof-read
-Timely submission and follow-through on formatting instructions:

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What innovations and changes would you like to see?

Throughout the semester we considered the need for strong science. We began this semester with a focus on the NAS report and before you join here, read Ballou, 2019.
Based on those resources and our previous discussions, let’s engage in a conversation on this matter. Obviously, you were not practicing forensic science in 2009, so instead let’s focus on what additional changes you think should happen. What innovations and changes would you like to see?
The Innocence Project commemorated the 10-year anniversary of the groundbreaking report, Strengthening Forensic Science in the United States: A Path Forward with the following piece: Ten Years Later: The Lasting Impact of the 2009 NAS Report. Published Feb 19, 2019, it has been shortened as reproduced here below; the full article is available here) Links to an external site..
The National Academy of Forensic Science (NAS) released the report in 2009, and over the past 10 years, it has served as the foundation for much of our science-driven, policy-based reform and strategic litigation efforts. It established a blueprint for forensic science research, engaged the scientific research community and spurred various meaningful science-based criminal justice reforms. Importantly, it has fostered a new understanding of the intersection of forensic science and the criminal justice system, and it continues to influence an important debate on the courts’ gatekeeping responsibilities.
Peter Neufeld, co-founder of the Innocence Project, reflects: Science and law have existed in two different worlds with contradictory principles and paradigms. Before the NAS report, forensics was held accountable only to the principles established by the law rather than science. The NAS report called on the scientific community to help the criminal justice system establish the resources and processes needed for forensics to move toward the promise of neutral truth teller. The progress that it set in motion cannot be understated—it is not an exaggeration to say that the report has freed innocent people and saved lives.
John Hollway, associate dean and executive director of the Quattrone Center for the Fair Administration of Justice, adds, “The intellectual rigor of the NAS participants and the depth of their investigation have spurred calls for reform and set an important bar for forensic review of potential evidence in criminal cases.”
The report primarily concluded that, except for nuclear DNA analysis, many commonly used forensic techniques had not undergone the necessary testing to establish sufficient validity and reliability to support claims made in court. The report called for research that would examine the scientific foundations and limitations of several critical forensic disciplines, including: bite mark analysis, microscopic hair analysis, shoe print comparisons, handwriting comparisons, fingerprint examination and firearms and toolmark examinations. According to the report, these forensic methods did not “have the capacity to consistently, and with a high degree of certainty, demonstrate a connection between evidence and a specific individual or source.”
Based on its findings, the NAS report made thirteen recommendations, including the creation of an independent, scientific oversight entity for forensic science, investing in research and standards setting, addressing cognitive bias in the practice of forensic testing and educating judges and legal practitioners. The Innocence Project heeded the call of the report and for the last 10 years, has been advocating with other scientific and criminal justice stakeholders for research funding, standards setting and oversight for forensic science practices.
Today, forensic science conversations between criminal justice and scientific stakeholders around the world begin with the NAS report. The forensic science field has experienced an evolution that would not have been possible without the report’s publication. Innocent people have been freed from prison, and consequently, the people who actually committed the crimes have been identified. The forensic science community has partnered with researchers to conduct research, improve forensic testing standards and implement new quality management practices.
You must compose three separate postings to be eligible for full points: first, establish a statement on your perspectives in approximately 200 words – what innovations and changes in forensic science would you like to see moving forward? Discuss the specific limitations in forensic science that your ideas would fix and why addressing these issues is important. Reflect back on our lab activities and in-person discussions. Be sure to engage each of the provided texts (i.e., cite both at least once). Then compose two response statements to your colleague’s posts. Your discussion will take place within the limits of your discussion section. This will allow you to refer to lab activities and shared experiences in your response.

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Do not include an abstract page.

 Content of paper must be original and properly cited per APA format, 7th Edition.
The professor may check papers using an anti-plagiarism program that locates
source material that has been copied from the internet or submitted in previous
classes.
 A minimum of five sources must be cited in the reference section of the paper; at
least four must be literary (books, magazines or journal articles, court transcripts,
or newspapers). Literary sources may be in digital format, and reputable internet
sources may also be used.
 The paper must be a minimum of six pages long, including the title and reference
pages. The general format, particularly the title page, reference page, and in-text
citations should adhere to APA format. Do not include an abstract page.
Reference guides and internet links to APA formatting resources will be
distributed in class.
 Research papers will be graded on the depth of research, clarity, logical thinking
and mechanics. They should be well organized, and use proper grammar,
punctuation, capitalization, and spelling. Papers should be objective and contain
facts supported by citations, not opinions.
 The paper MUST be submitted through the assignment page in one of these file
formats: Word (.doc or .docx), Rich Text (.rtf), or Portable Document Format
(.pdf). Papers in other file formats, including Google documents and
OpenDocument Text (.odt) files will not be accepted. Papers that are submitted
through email or the Canvas email will also not be accepted.
Research papers are due on November 20, 2022 and should be submitted through the
assignment page in Canvas. Papers turned in after this date will be dropped a full grade
unless acceptable mitigating circumstances exist and are communicated in a timely
manner to the professor.
Suggested Paper Topics
Your topic must be related to juvenile justice in some way. The topics below are
examples of acceptable areas of research for your paper, but you are not limited to
them. Since many of the topics are broad, consider choosing a specific aspect of a
subject.

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List of sources to be used:

This exam consists of two main questions with a free-response format. An “Answer page” is provided to
submit your response. The “Answer page” will be submitted in Canvas using Turnitin by the specified
deadline November 6, 2022 at 11:00 PM.
All written responses must be in your own words and address all aspects of the question. Your response
should demonstrate critical thinking and problem-solving skills. References to all sources should be
provided in a separate “Reference page”. In the text, sources should be referenced with a number in
brackets [1]. Drawings and sketches to accompany your response will be provided in a separate
document “Drawing page” and submitted in the Drawing and Reference assignment link in Canvas. Any
picture/images that will aid your response can also be added to the “Drawing page”.
“Answer page” document: Font “Times New Roman”, 12pt, 1.5 line spacing. Document format Word
document with file extensions “.doc” or “.docx”. You may use Google Docs and save your work in the file
extensions mentioned above.
Course material to be evaluated: In this exam you will be evaluated in the topics of “Mass Spectrometry
Approaches in Drug Analysis”, “Development and Validation of Analytical Methods” and the “Chemistry
and Analysis of Stimulants and Depressants” (Modules 5-8). The purpose of this evaluation is to
demonstrate ability to apply concepts learned in the course to the analysis of drugs in a mock case
scenario and to demonstrate knowledge of the different components and operations of an analytical
instrument. The extent to which you understand the operation of an instrument and the steps of an
analysis will help in the data interpretation process.
Sources of additional reference: It is expected that you use the material/textbook/handouts provided in
the course to answer the questions.
List of sources to be used:
1). Textbook “Clarke’s Analytical Forensic Toxicology” (Chapters 11, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18,
19, 20, 21, 22)
2). Stroobant ” Vincent, and Hoffmann, Edmond de. Mass Spectrometry: Principles and Applications, John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2007″ (Chapters 1, 2, 3.1.3, 4, 5, 6, 7)
3). Khan “Basic Principles of Forensic Chemistry, Humana Press” (Chapters 7, 8, 9, 10, 13, 14, 17),
SWGDRUG guidelines, SWGDRUG monographs (https://www.swgdrug.org/monographs.htm), PubChem
(https://pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/).
I will upload slides tomorrow morning that will be useful.

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You may research, including origin of nypd, the secret service, and the fbi.

Law enforcement in the United States in the 19th Century. You may research, including Origin of NYPD, The Secret Service, and the FBI. You may discuss all three agencies or decide to research just one.

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You may research, including origin of nypd, the secret service, and the fbi.

Law enforcement in the United States in the 19th Century. You may research, including Origin of NYPD, The Secret Service, and the FBI. You may discuss all three agencies or decide to research just one.

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Included in the psychological issues will be the pros/cons of the psychological impact, and remedies for the individual.

Each student will write a 10 page paper concerning the case they are assigned.
The first part of the paper will address the constitutional issue, the arguments for or
against, the findings of the case. The second part of the paper will address the
psychological issues involved in the case. Included in the psychological issues will be the
pros/cons of the psychological impact, and remedies for the individual.
I was assigned: Abortion and I am supposed to argue against it regarding what the constitution states.

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More are needed now in days cause of how useful they are.

i already have an introduction i just need you to work off of that also i need a print,web, and personal interview as sources the interview can be made up
introduction:
Crime affects almost everyone at some point in their life. In 2021, there were 694,050 violent-crime incidents, and 817,020 offenses reported in the United States by 11,794 law enforcement agencies that submitted National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS) data and covers 64% of the total population. That means last year over half of our country was affected by crime. And who helps solve and convict the people of these crimes’ forensic psychologist. More are needed now in days cause of how useful they are. That is what makes being a forensic psychologist an excellent job, because of the many career tasks, traveling, pay, and benefits.

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You are to present a brief discussion on the laws and legal issues that arise in the field of forensic science.

In this unit, we have explored the role of the death certificate as not only a legal document of a death but also as a document showing
the cause and the manner of death. Based on what you have learned, address how U.S. laws and legal issues affect death certificates.
You are to present a brief discussion on the laws and legal issues that arise in the field of forensic science. This should be limited to the areas of the medical examiner and the coroner.
Your essay must be a minimum of one page (not counting the title and reference pages). You must include an introduction. You are required to have no less than two sources (scholarly, peer-reviewed, or authoritative) to
support your essay. News/media/blogs are not allowed.

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Security assessment report (sar):

There are six steps that will help you create your final deliverables. The deliverables for this project are as follows:
Security Assessment Report (SAR):
This report should be a seven- to eight-page double-spaced Word document with citations in APA format. The page count does not include figures, diagrams, tables, or citations.
Nontechnical presentation: This is a set of eight to 10 PowerPoint slides for upper management that summarizes your thoughts regarding the findings in your SAR.
In a Word document, share your lab experience and provide screenshots to demonstrate that you performed the lab.
Competencies
Your work will be evaluated using the competencies listed below.
1.1: Organize document or presentation clearly in a manner that promotes understanding and meets the requirements of the assignment.
2.3: Evaluate the information in a logical and organized manner to determine its value and relevance to the problem.
10.1: Identify potential threats to operating systems and the security features necessary to guard against them.