Read and answer all the following questions please.Jordan has been following an

Read and answer all the following questions please.
Jordan has been following an important case since the beginning. He wrote about the crime, arrest, and guilty verdict. He is preparing to cover sentencing and hopes to meet with the victim for background information.
Jordan tries calling the victim several times. In response, he gets an angry call from the victim advocate demanding he respect the victim’s privacy. Flustered, Jordan stammers out an apology. Then he suggests that running his story might mean the victim gets more support and fewer questions from people in the long run.
The next day, the advocate says the victim will speak with Jordan if he provides a list of questions in advance. She explains that some members of the victim’s family have complicated immigration statuses and feel uneasy about any focus on the family. A few family members are also concerned about reprisals from the offender’s friends.
Jordan sends the questions to the advocate. The next day he gets an email from the victim’s sister with detailed answers to the questions. Jordan thanks her and starts writing so he can submit his story before the sentencing hearing. Shortly after he finishes his story, the advocate calls him. She says the family is angry the sister sent so much information, and they do not want it revealed.
1. Would publishing the piece violate the victim’s legal rights?
2. Reporters have a responsibility both to inform the public and to protect their sources. From an ethical standpoint, what should Jordan do?
3 What about from a practical standpoint? Should Jordan risk alienating the advocate by running the story? Angering his boss by failing to submit a story?
In your response to this question, be sure to answer ALL 3 numbered parts to this prompt. Use these guidelines when crafting your response:
Use a complete sentence to answer prompt 1. Here’s a sentence starter you can use:
Publishing the piece (would)(would not) violate the victim’s legal rights because …
Write 3-5 sentences to answer prompt 2.
Write 7-8 sentences to answer prompt 3.
Make sure each response is clear and easy to read.
You may wish to do a little spot research on what it means to be ethical. If you do choose to do so, be sure to cite the source you use to support your answer to prompt 2.
PART 2
While writing in the newspaper office over the weekend, Jordan often keeps an ear on a live audio feed from the police station. While working, he hears about police responding to an accident at the county fair. The doors fell open while a ride was in motion and several people tumbled out. The ride operator hit the switch to shut the ride down, but then bolted. Some children were seriously injured. Many others watched it happen.
Jordan rushes to the fair, ready to interview witnesses about what happened. When he arrives, he finds several children behind police tape, waiting to be interviewed. The police have a detective trained to interview children coming to meet with them individually.
Jordan asks if he can talk to the group of children while they wait. The police refuse—repeatedly. Eventually they tell him he can speak with some adult witnesses they have already interviewed about the ride and ride operator.
Think about what you know about eyewitness testimony and interviewing children. Explain why police won’t let Jordan talk to the children but will let him talk to adults they have already interviewed.
PART 3
Jordan and Cristina are intrigued by the mysterious person who assaulted people with falling chairs. They each have some ideas about the case, but they’re not in agreement about the best way to think about the case and solve it. Jordan likes a more creative, brainstorming approach to creating a profile. Cristina doesn’t feel comfortable straying from facts and hard data.
In the scenario below, you will need to consider these questions as you read:
How do law enforcement officers use profiling techniques to generate theories about offenders?
Which characteristics of offenders do profiles rely upon?
What are some of the models for profiling that law enforcement use?
Scenario
You are part of an investigative team tasked with creating a profile of a cat burglar. A literal cat burglar. The culprit breaks into houses stealthily at night and steals things, including the family cat. Here are the facts that you have:
Six homes have been hit, all within the city limits of Cleantown, but none in the city center. Each of the homes is in one of three wealthy suburbs that surround the city center like a ring. Three burglaries took place in the Spotless suburb, one took place in the Meticulous suburb, and two took place in the Flawless suburb. All three are an easy drive from the city center and reachable via transit.
Each home had a security system that was bypassed outside. Power to the system was cut, and so were phone and cable lines. The perpetrator gained access to Homes 1 and 4 using a glasscutter on doors with windows in them. After cutting a hole in the glass, the perpetrator turned the lock from inside. The perpetrator attempted to gain access to the second home this way, but the lock was the kind that requires a key on both sides. The perpetrator then picked the lock using tools; the perpetrator used the same method to gain access to the third and sixth homes. The perpetrator gained access to the fifth home through a sliding glass door using the glasscutter.
All six homes had at least one cat living in them, and all cats were taken from every home. None of the cats had special financial value.
In five out of six homes, silver was stolen. The silver in the homes was worth considerable amounts of money. In the third home, no silver was taken, but the owners do have silver—it just wasn’t in the house that night. Luckily, the owners had taken it to be appraised.
In all six homes, photographs of the families were turned over, or in several cases, thrown and broken. No photographs were taken.
In all six homes, there were items of great value that were not stolen, but could have been with ease. For example, in five houses the burglar left expensive electronics behind.
Every crime scene was neat and orderly. Little forensic evidence has been recovered from any of the scenes. Each burglary took place during a planned absence on the part of the homeowners.
Develop a profile based on this information.
Which facts establish MO for you, and what is the MO of this perpetrator?
Write about 3-5 sentences to answer this question.
Refer to the information in the previous question.
Continue building your profile.
Does this person have a signature, and if so, what is it?
Write 1 to 2 sentences to answer this question.
Refer to the information in the previous question.
Continue building your profile.
What facts might lead to a concrete strategy to apprehend this offender?
Write 3 to 5 sentences to answer this question.
Refer to the information in the previous question.
Continue building your profile.
What facts do you believe might be tied to this offender’s history and experience?
Write 3 to 5 sentences to answer this question.
Refer to the information in the previous question.
Continue building your profile.
Would Christina’s evidence-based approach or Jordan’s creative approach be more helpful in this case?
Write 3 to 5 sentences to answer this question. Be sure to use vocabulary from the lesson and explain your reasoning clearly.
PART 4
Background
Cristina and Jordan have been volunteering with a campus group that works to help underserved populations in the community. A major goal of this program is keeping clients with cognitive or psychological problems out of the criminal justice system. The program also hopes to keep students like Cristina and Jordan interested enough to focus some of their time on these issues once they are out of school.
In the scenario below, you will need to consider these questions as you read:
What are some of the ways that people with mental health issues, developmental disabilities, and head injuries end up in the criminal justice system?
How do cognitive and psychological problems make a person more vulnerable to victimization?
How do cognitive and psychological problems make a person more likely to engage in criminal behavior?
This will allow you to think about the learning objectives in a different way and apply what you’ve learned.
Scenario
The pilot program Cristina and Jordan are working with has three clients today. You are part of the team that will be producing risk assessments for these three clients. The risk assessment simply makes the team aware of some of the likely problems the client may face and suggests services that could help them.
Case 1: Mickey
Mickey has a long history of mental health issues. He has been committed to the state mental hospital several times for schizophrenic episodes with paranoid features. He has never been violent, but he has a criminal record. His crimes include shoplifting, public disturbances, and occasional bizarre behavior related to his paranoia. For example, he was once arrested for trying to pull the “listening devices” out of police radios as officers tried to eat their lunches at a deli.
Mickey takes his medication when he has a caseworker to remind him, but he forgets without support. When he is taking his medication, he has few troubles with his paranoia and can work part-time.
Answer the following questions:
How might these challenges make Mickey more likely to break the law?
How might these challenges make Mickey more likely to be victimized?
What services might help Mickey avoid involvement with the criminal justice system?
Case 2: Sarah
Sarah is a veteran of the Iraq war who suffered three serious blast-related concussions. Her primary TBI symptoms are frequent headaches, irritability, and light sensitivity. She also has symptoms of PTSD, including flashbacks and an exaggerated startle response. She reports having difficulty managing her anger and difficulty distinguishing between rude people and potentially threatening people.
Answer the following questions:
How might these challenges make Sarah more likely to break the law?
How might these challenges make Sarah more likely to be victimized?
What services might help Sarah avoid involvement with the criminal justice system?
Case 3: Mose
Mose was born with fetal alcohol syndrome. He lived in unstable conditions until the age of nine. His housing was inadequate and he was exposed to environmental hazards, including lead. His diet was poor until he was removed from his home. He spent the rest of his childhood in foster care. His health improved, but he was diagnosed with mild intellectual disability. Mose struggled in school and finally stopped going. He likes to work, but he is easily led astray, and this gets him into trouble. For example, local teenage boys told him he could join their “gang” if he stole money from the cash register where he worked and gave it to them. This led to his first arrest.
Answer the following questions:
How might these challenges make Mose more likely to break the law?
How might these challenges make Mose more likely to be victimized?
What services might help Mose avoid involvement with the criminal justice system?

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