Discuss the best practices and behaviors for enhancing community-police relations.

Use the U.S. Department of Justice website to find and research four police departments and their relationships with their communities.
Write a 1,250-1,500-word comparative analysis of those four departments and their interactions with their communities. Include the following:
Discuss both the negative and positive relationships that these departments have had with their communities.
From a Christian worldview, how could some policies have reflected better ethical decision making that would have enhanced the relationship between the police and their communities? 
How do ethical issues that are faced within the community directly affect the relationship with the police?
Discuss the best practices and behaviors for enhancing community-police relations. Describe which police departments (of the four) would benefit the most from specific best practices. 
Be sure to cite three to five relevant scholarly sources in support of your content. Use only sources found at the GCU Library, government websites/legal case sites or those provided in Class Resources.
Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.

Is this an improvement of the law or do living wills and advance directives create more problems than they solve? 

Read Discussion & Respond to question below.
The living will is a relatively new doctrine and instrument in the English Common Law.  The living will is a creation of necessity that came about due to the huge and unforeseeable medical advances that occurred in the 20th century due primarily to technological breakthroughs.  Prior to this time, the common law allowed an individual to make her medical decisions only during such time as she was physically competent to do so.  If and when such competency ended, the law imposed a strict protocol of persons to whom the duty of decision-making would fall.  No allowances were made for what we now call advance directives.  
Respond to Question Below: Write 200-300 words. Using APA Style.
Is this an improvement of the law or do living wills and advance directives create more problems than they solve?  Please use a concrete example to support your argument.   

Any country in the world, in the united states at the national level, individual states, county or city/town.

Find 1 existing law related to health care and a brief but detailed description of the single, specific, detailed, and substantive propose change to the law.
The submission is required to include the following for each existing law:
1-The name and law number (e.g., Public Law number or codified section number) or other identifying designation, which clearly identifies the legislation/law as currently in effect.
2- A brief but detailed narrative for the law. A single detailed substantive policy change that is specific and narrowly drawn is required.
3-The existing laws may be from any country globally. Any country in the world, in the United States at the national level, individual States, County or City/Town.

Write an analysis of the different methods of conducting mergers and acquisitions and the advantages or disadvantages to each method and when they may be best employed.

Action Items
Write an analysis of the different methods of conducting mergers and acquisitions and the advantages or disadvantages to each method and when they may be best employed. Also, write about the approval process of mergers and acquisitions and who ultimately is required to approve the merger or acquisition.

Each question needs to be 150-200 words with a reference 1) What happens to stud

Each question needs to be 150-200 words with a reference
1) What happens to student-athletes who post prohibited content online?   Social media monitoring services alert athletics department personnel of  inappropriate conduct/communications. An increasing number of  institutions are beginning to use the services of such companies  following the NCAA’s ruling in a 2012 infractions case against the  University of North Carolina in which the NCAA determined that UNC “did  not adequately and consistently monitor social networking activity that  visibly illustrated potential amateurism violations within the football  program.”  The precedent for future cases of social media regulation is  still very much uncertain. Some coaches impose bans on social media use,  which could be construed as potential First Amendment violation. There  have only been a few examples of student-athletes challenging social  media-related suspensions. So far, the courts have primarily ruled in  their favor.  What do you think of the idea of monitoring services?  Do  your opinions change if you view the concept from the perspective of an  administrator, coach, or even a parent?
2) Consider a hypothetical case of an intercollegiate basketball player who  turns her back to the flag during the pregame playing of the national  anthem of a nationally televised game in order to protest U.S.  involvement in a current war.  Would a court be more likely to decide  that the First Amendment protected this student than [for instance]  another student who was suspended by her school for not  removing/covering up a tattoo of a cross that administrators said  violated a rule forbidding the display of gang symbols?  Why or why  not?

As the current athletic director at an NCAA Division I university,  you are in t

As the current athletic director at an NCAA Division I university,  you are in the process of negotiating an employment contract with Will  Wynn, your new head football coach.
In  500-750 words,  answer the following elements in your role as athletic director in order  to protect the university’s interests in the contract.
Discuss  the purpose of the reassignment clause and whether it is in the  university’s best interest to have this in the contract with Wynn. If  you attempt to reassign a coach and there is no reassignment clause  permitting this, what may be the legal outcome?
Discuss the  covenant not to compete (restrictive covenant) and how you may use it to  your benefit in the contract with Wynn. Discuss whether you would  include a “nonrecruit” clause as part of the restrictive covenant.
Would the university prefer to have a stated term in years or a rollover clause? Explain.
Discuss five other clauses that you would like to incorporate into the coaching contract to protect the university’s interests.

Evaluate whether the company has an ethical and/or legal obligation to report th

Evaluate whether the company has an ethical and/or legal obligation to report the breach to its customers. Your evaluation should be framed as a report for the owner, Clare, that includes the following sections and information. Cite your sources using APA style.
Introduction
Include a definition of ethics and explanation of how ethics compares to law.
Provide an explanation of corporate social responsibility and how it relates to ethical business practices.
Analysis
Provide a summary of the ethical and/or legal issues involved in this situation.
Briefly describe the relevant stakeholders, the key facts, and the potential implications or impact of the situation.
Recommendation
Provide your recommendation for a course of action supported by relevant resources, such as specific laws and commonly accepted ethical practices.
Explain the reasoning behind your recommendation and use reliable sources, such as the textbook and other course resources, to support your position.
Conclusion: Describe how advances in technology in today’s business world have both legal and ethical implications.
Ethical Test or Framework
Select a test or framework for all employees in this company to use. Demonstrate how it can be used when faced with an ethical dilemma. Cite your sources using APA style.
Test or framework
Select a text or framework option from among those described in the textbook.
Name the option you selected and describe the test or framework, including its advantages and potential shortcomings.
Explain why the test or framework that you selected is appropriate for this company; justify your selection.
Apply the test or framework to the scenario to demonstrate how Steve could have used it to guide his decision making and actions.
What to Submit
To complete this project, you must submit the following:
Report
Your submission should be a 1- to 2-page Word document with 12-point Times New Roman font, double spacing, and one-inch margins. Sources should be cited according to APA style.
Ethical Test or Framework
Your submission should be a 1- to 2-page Word document with 12-point Times New Roman font, double spacing, and one-inch margins. Sources should be cited according to APA style.

A “lesser-included offense” is a lesser crime that contains some of the same ele

A “lesser-included offense” is a lesser crime that contains some of the same elements as a more serious crime (Maloney 2014). An example of a lesser-included offense is voluntary manslaughter is a lesser offense than murder. In some courts, they may look at the charges that are on the documents to see if an offense is lesser included. For example, along with providing instructions to the jury of the elements required to prove rape, the trial court also explained the lesser-included offenses of sexual battery and gross sexual imposition. (A “lesser-included offense” is a lesser crime that contains some of the same elements as a more serious crime) (Maloney 2014). If someone murdered someone with an object like a high heel shoe, the lesser charge included assault with a deadly weapon. If someone was robbed and they were unaware meaning that they were unconscious from doing drugs or drinking alcohol, the courts can say that there was more than one crime committed during one single act. The double jeopardy clause in the Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution prohibits the government from prosecuting individuals more than once for a single offense and from imposing more than one punishment for a single offense. It provides that “No person shall … be subject for the same offense to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb.” Most state constitutions also guarantee this right to defendants appearing in state court. Even in states that don’t expressly guarantee this right in their laws, the protection against double jeopardy must still be afforded to criminal defendants because the Fifth Amendment’s Double Jeopardy Clause has been made applicable to state proceedings via the doctrine of incorporation (The concept of double jeopardy 2013). .For example, if someone is caught near a school with drugs and a weapon they. They can be charged for intent to distribute the drug, intent to distribute drugs within a specific radius of a school, intent to distribute to a minor or children were in the area at the time, carrying a weapon if they did not have the right o carry a weapon and having a weapon within a specific radius of a school zone.