1.Explain the fraud triangle.
2.Explain Albrecht’s concept of the fraud scale
3.Dr. Stephen Albrecht studied red flags and defined them into two categories. Describe these categories.
4.Article: When the Boss Trumps Internal Control
What four steps might have made a difference when the boss trumps internal control?
5.Article: Protect Small Business
what are the three major factors that contribute to small business fraud?
6. Article: Solving Employee Theft Cases.
What are the first two steps used by the fraud auditor to get employees to confide which of their co-workers they think committed the fraud being investigated?
7. Article: Small Business, Big Losses
What is the most common means of fraud detection?
8. Article: Deceptive Office Manager.
What should every business owner learn from the experience described in this article?
9. Article: Small Business at Risk.
Explain what is meant by step five mitigating the damages.
10. Define Internal Control
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Consequences of Victimization
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Crime victimization often results in serious mental and emotional consequences. What are some examples of such mental and emotional consequences faced by victims?
Watch the following clip on the effects of victimization:
You are a new member of a crime scene investigative (CSI) unit that is only a couple of months old. The Chief of Police asks you to create an introductory document for a new community outreach program. The goal is to help the community understand the different types of evidence and how they are used.
What is the difference between real or physical evidence and testimonial evidence?
Provide 5 examples of real or physical evidence that might require explanation in court by you because you are the one recording, recovering, processing, and packaging the evidence you recovered.
Why is real or physical evidence important for the triers of fact (jury)?
What is demonstrative evidence, and why is it used to clarify issues in trials?
What is the difference between direct evidence and circumstantial evidence? Explain.
What is the concept of overwhelming circumstantial evidence? Explain.
Can circumstantial evidence be enough for a conviction? Why or why not?
What is the purpose of the RICO Act and how is it used to fight Organized Crime? Please be sure that you provide scholarly research to support your answer and cite that research in proper APA format.
This week, you will begin your study of the Constitution and its impact on criminal law in the United States. Focus your discussion on the following:
Identify 4 constitutional amendments that you believe have had the most impact on criminal law.
Why did you choose these particular amendments?
Which of the four do you feel is the most important, and why?
What is 1 area of criminal law that you believe could benefit from reform in one way or another? What reform proposal would you make, and why?
List at least 2 references to support your position.
Evidence is a crucial part of both the prosecution and the defense. The evidence must be relevant to the case being adjudicated. In addition, evidence cannot stand alone. It may be supported by other evidence, witness statements, victim statements, and the statements of the accused. Considering evidence must never be based on an emotive decision. The evidence must be used to support or refute the claims of both the prosecution and the defense. They must never be based on what the new media reports or what the opinions are of well-known celebrities or politicians. Conclusions can only be considered when the evidence is completely evaluated.
These videos explore various types of evidence and how they are collected. This video explores the collection of physical evidence (MichaelChadBarton, 2009):
Using your reading assignment, the videos above, and what you have learned about evidence, answer the following questions:
Which of the three types of evidence (real, demonstrative, and circumstantial) do you think is the most effective to the outcome of an investigation?
Which of the three types of evidence (real, demonstrative, and circumstantial) do you think would have the most impact on a criminal trial?
Which type of evidence do you think contributes to the elements of a self-defense claim?
Should medical misdiagnosis be a crime? Over the past 20 years, more and more criminal indictments have been taking place against doctors charged with negligence that resulted in the death of patients.
Are doctors making mere mistakes or are they negligent or acting in a reckless manner resulting in criminal liability?
Should criminal charges be brought without willful misconduct? Should a doctor lose their license? Are there healthcare and/or business reasons that affect such decisions (whether positively or negatively)?
Should murder charges be brought against a doctor for the misdiagnosis a patient?
Is there a difference between being overworked and lack of attention (negligence)?
What do you think?
two-page answering the above questions. Also, find a recent case (within the past 5-10 years), detail the facts of the case and include the outcome. Include your personal opinion, but also make sure you support your response with legal reasoning, utilizing relevant case law and the Model Penal Code.
Compare and contrast mistake of fact and mistake of law as defenses to crime. What differentiates the two, and what effect might ignorance of fact and ignorance of law have on the defense of mistake?
Analyze the act requirement as it relates to inchoate crimes. What type of actions constitute an act sufficient to bring a charge of criminal attempt?
Compare and contrast the essential elements of a crime with those of strict liability crimes. How do they differ and what is the justification for the strict liability classification of crime?
What is the difference between the crime of conspiracy and the crime of solicitation? What similarities are there between the two?
Compare and contrast the crimes of assault and battery. What are the elements of each?
What is the difference between false imprisonment and kidnapping?
Assume that Bob buys a house that turns out to be a financial drain. One day, he decides to burn it down and has no intention of filing an insurance claim.
Is Bob guilty of any crime? Why or why not? What factors might change a persons mind?
each question 10-15 sentence, no reference needed
After reading Chapters 1, 2 and 3 answer the following questions:
Do the three justice components (police, courts, and corrections) constitute a true system or are they more appropriately described as a process or a true nonsystem? Defend your response.
What are the legal and historical bases for a justice system and its administration in the United States? Why is the conflict-versus-consensus debate important?
What are some of the substantive ways in which public-sector and private-sector administration are similar? How are they dissimilar?
What elements of planned change must the justice administrator be familiar with in order to ensure that change is effected rationally and successfully?
Which method, a rational process or just muddling through, appears to be used in criminal justice policymaking today? Which method is probably best, given real-world realities? Explain your response
Define organization. What is its function and structure?
Explain the evolution of organizational theory, including scientific, human relations, systems, and bureaucratic management theories.
Define span of control and unity of command.
Explain the characteristics and skills of America’s best leaders.
What did Katz say are the three most important general qualities in leaders?
1. Discuss what is meant by a bona fide occupational qualifier (BFOQ) in the process of recruiting and hiring. Give an example of a bona fide occupational qualifier and the reasons it is permissible.
2. List and describe the four elements of a due process claim set forth by the U.S. Supreme Court under Title 42 U.S.C. Section 1983.
3. List and explain the three basic rights associated with the Peace Officers Bill of Rights (POBR).