Discussion Post on Terrorism

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Question Description

No plagiarism please. Please hit the distinguished marks on the scoring guide, please use my text book, 6th edition.

Introduction

Terrorism is a crime against the public. The crime of terrorism is defined by its public nature in that it is intended to harm or disrupt the government. Terrorism is not a new or novel crime, and has been used by those with political, ideological, or religious intentions through history. However, recent events and novel technological approaches have increased its threat to domestic security and led to increased awareness and attention by lawmakers. The common elements of terrorism are as follows: 1) the commission of an already established crime, 2) the intention to coerce a population or influence a government, and 3) through the use of intimidation or fear. The crime of terrorism may transcend the boundaries of the United States, which is considered international terrorism, or it may be primarily within the boundaries of the U.S., which constitutes domestic terrorism. This crime may take the form of bioterrorism, aiding terrorists, financing terrorists, and the use of weapons of mass destruction, which are all separate federal crimes. Various federal laws have been enacted in response to terrorist acts (for example FISA, AEDPA, and the USA Patriot Act).

Using the events of September 11, 2001 as a starting point for your main post, address the following:

  • Describe how the events of September 11, 2001 have impacted law interpretation in a post-9/11 world to tip the scales in favor of or against individual rights.
  • Explain whether the government should confront this threat from a criminal justice standpoint, a military issue, or a combination of the two.
  • Analyze what safeguards should exist, if any, to ensure legal requirements are being adhered to from a criminal justice professional's perspective.
  • Explore the impacts of the post-9/11 law and court interpretations of law on a criminal justice practitioner based on your current or future career.
Criminal Justice Program Discussion Participation Grading Rubric
Criteria Non-performance Basic Proficient Distinguished
Main Discussion Post Response (60%)
Apply critical thinking or problem solving in the main discussion post.
50%
Does not apply elements of critical thinking or problem solving in the main discussion post. Applies some elements of critical thinking or problem solving in the main discussion post. Applies critical thinking or problem solving in the main discussion post. Applies critical thinking or problem solving to the main discussion post in a comprehensive, step-by-step manner.
Use credible information or research to support positions, conclusions, or perspectives in the discussion.
10%
Does not use credible information or research to support positions, conclusions, or perspectives in the discussion. Responds to the discussion, but some or all of the resources used for support are not credible. Uses credible information or research to support positions, conclusions, or perspectives in the discussion. Uses well- developed, relevant support from credible resources or research to support positions, conclusions, or perspectives in the discussion and impartially considers conflicting data or other perspectives.
Follow-up Post Response One (15%)
Advance the discussion with a substantive response that asks questions, assesses further considerations, or provides a different point of view.
15%
Does not respond to the discussion beyond the initial post. Provides a substantive response, but does not advance the discussion by asking questions, assessing further considerations, or providing a different point of view. Advances the discussion with a substantive response that asks questions, assesses further considerations, or provides a different point of view. Advances the discussion with a substantive response that contains well- supported and fully developed positions and perspectives that support or conflict with the original post.
Follow-up Response Two (15%)
Advance the discussion with a substantive response that asks questions, assesses further considerations, or provides a different point of view.
15%
Does not respond to the discussion beyond the initial post or the first response. Provides a substantive response, but does not advance the discussion by asking questions, assessing further considerations, or providing a different point of view. Advances the discussion with a substantive response that asks questions, assesses further considerations, or provides a different point of view. Advances the discussion with a substantive response that contains well- supported and fully developed positions and perspectives that support or conflict with the original post.
All Posts (10%)
Communicate in a professional manner that is consistent with expectations for criminal justice professionals.
10%
Communicates in a manner that is inconsistent with expectations for criminal justice professionals. Communicates in a manner that is not fully consistent with expectations for criminal justice professionals. Communicates in a professional manner that is consistent with expectations for criminal justice professionals. Communicates in a clear, comprehensive, and professional manner aligned with with expectations for criminal justice professionals.

Tutor Answer

henryprofessor
School: Carnegie Mellon University

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Running head: TERRORISM

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Terrorism
Name
Institution

TERRORISM

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Terrorism

The September 9/11 attack is the deadliest terrorist attack that the world has ever seen.
The attack led to the loss of many lives and therefore necessitated changes in the way the
criminal justice system and law enforcement work in the United States. Three important changes
happened in law enforcement and interpretation as a result of the events of 9/11. The changes
include the reorganization of the federal bureau of investigation, the establishment of the
Department of Homeland Security and the establishment of the Patriot Act (Bigo & Tsoukal...

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awesome work thanks

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