Illustrate the role and function of detectives in the Washington, D.C., Beltway Sniper case as they would have occurred in the political era, the reform era, and for the community problem-solving era.
Explain the four stages of the reactive investigation process related to the Beltway Sniper case.
In just about any criminal investigation, there are mental errors (i.e., confirmation bias, selective information processing, and overconfidence bias), and the Beltway Sniper case is no different. Determine how mental errors are evident in this case.
In this unit, you learned the three potential problems with evidence in criminal investigations. What are the three problems with evidence in this case? Explain.
Each section of your case study must be clearly labeled using the following section headings:
Reactive Investigation Process
hildren, thus imposing what literature that should be conveyed to children though they are not all aware of what the impact will be (children literatue study Guide, block1, p.12) Furthermore, related to the need for children literature, let’s consider that teachers face difficult situations daily. Students come to the classroom with very different experiences and circumstances, yet all are expected to transcend those differences, focus on the curriculum, and meet the objectives established by the state. They need help if they are to transcend this wide range of socio-economic, cultural, family, and health circumstances, build understanding, and succeed in school. Therefore, by using children’s literature, teachers can help their class children through difficult situations, enable individual students to transcend their own challenges, and teach students to consider all viewpoints, respect differences, and become more self-aware. www.learnnc.org/lp/pages/635 Didactic implications and purposes: All literature potentially teaches whether it is intended to or not. The distinction between didactic children’s literature and subversive children’s literature is that didactic children’s literature backs adult values that attempts toward teaching morals, life lessons, manners, and hygiene than subversive children’s literature, but more importantly is what it assumes about children. In addition, didactic children’s literature is often written by adults’ narrative voice to be directly taught to children in terms of all they need to know to get along in the world. Didactic texts consider children’s thinking as relatively simple in nature and that the main thing they need to do is learn to fit in to the adult world (didactic Children Literature studies, 2012) Modern children’s literature didactically explores cultural preo>GET ANSWER