Updating Federal Regulations When Policy Guidelines Don’t Work (Multisource Longitudinal Data)
An Analysis of Law Enforcement Criminal Justice Systems, and The F.B.I.
Examining the operations of the criminal justice system and how it relates to the
psychodynamics of criminal profiling I will discern the differences in context of what creates a
cognitive bias between law enforcement and their working ability and overall functioning
capabilities around civilians. I will further explain how psychological and biological theories
play important roles in determining criminal behaviors. Looking at the U.S. Constitution and Bill
of Rights I will explain how the Fourth Amendment can cover criminal profiling without warrant
as a violation of the peoples rights. I...
This video asserts that drug screens have a 5-10% false positive rate. One reason given is because of the list of drugs that "set them off" being so long. To a certain extent this information is correct but much of the validity of these statements is based on what the cutoff levels are for the screens being used. This is why onsite screens for various substances have their cutoff limits set quite high. Another reason the cutoffs are set high is because most agencies using these would not be using the services of a "Medical Review Officer" (MRO) so there would be no "middle man" taking...
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