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Updating Federal Regulations When Policy Guidelines Don’t Work (Multisource Longitudinal Data)...

    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. Introduction 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...

Police and Mental Health Professionals Respond to Calls Together

Occasionally, those suffering from a mental illness encounter situations that prevent them from maintaining control of how their illness impacts the. Those around the person in crisis may not know how to help in these cases. When situations escalate, the best course of action is to contact a trained professional. Previously, the only reasonable option was to contact a psychiatric doctor. Today, the best option may be to call 9-1-1. A meta analysis studying police and mental health professionals co-responding to 9-1-1 calls, reported that between seven and 31 percent involved someone with a mental illness (Shapiro et al, 2015). That number is increasing in...

Satanic, Occult, Ritualistic Crime: A Law Enforcement Perspective

Children introduced to sexual violence during their developmental years have been found to explain their trauma through monsters and stereotypical villains in order to articulate situations they don't understand. Child sexual abuse can be more difficult to identify than most people believe. The level of proof needed for conviction is higher because the consequences are greater. The societal default for sexual abuse in children is denial.  Most people don’t want to hear about a child being sexually abused and would therefore rather pretend it never happens. This causes a counter-reaction from others who try to fight the willful ignorance of deniers: exaggeration.  Those hoping to bring sexual...