Writing
National Louis University Reports and Warrants Questions

National Louis University

Question Description

I’m trying to study for my Writing course and I need some help to understand this question.

  1. Review the following questions:

Why are reports important and what makes for a good report?

What are the elements necessary to complete an effective report?

What are the implications of a poorly written report?

Identify 3 key elements that should be included in your report. Be sure to explain why you chose each area you identify.

Discuss what errors can be made which would negate the evidence gained in the search?

2. Base your answer on what you have gleaned from Chapter 4 – Searches.When can you conduct Warrantless Searches and when is a Search Warrant required?Give and fully explain 2 examples for a Warrantless Search and 2 for conditions which necessitate a Search Warrant.

Book:

Hess, K. M., Orthmann, C. H., Cho, H. L. (2017). Criminal investigation (11th Edition). Boston, MA: Cengage Learning.

ISBN: 9781285862613

Student has agreed that all tutoring, explanations, and answers provided by the tutor will be used to help in the learning process and in accordance with Studypool's honor code & terms of service.

Final Answer

Hey buddy. I'm done. Kindly find the attached file. Thanks

Running head: REPORTS AND WARRANTS

Reports and Warrants
Name
Institution of Affiliation

REPORTS AND WARRANTS

2
Reports and Warrants

Reports are crucial determinants of the success of investigative agencies. The content of a
report is a significant bearing on the dimension that a case will follow; for instance, it determines
whether a suspect is arrested, convicted, and sentenced. Reports are permanent records of
information regarding a case and can be used in the future to facilitate the administration of
justice. Besides, reports provide critical insight regarding police performance and abhor illegal
practices such as racial profiling. A good report is straightforward and reader-friendly. Its
fundamental focus is to convey facts of a case rather than astound the audience with sprawling
vocabulary. It should be written with the kind of language that people from different professional
backgrounds can understand, especially the police terms and legal jargon (Hess, Orthmann, and
Cho, 2016). Useful reports must be written in active lan...

TeacherGladys (1398)
Purdue University

Anonymous
Thanks for the help.

Anonymous
Outstanding. Studypool always delivers quality work.

Anonymous
Tutor was very helpful and took the time to explain concepts to me. Very responsive, managed to get replies within the hour.

Studypool
4.7
Trustpilot
4.5
Sitejabber
4.4
Similar Questions
Related Tags