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  • 1. Organizational Issues
    CJ181-R1
  • 2. Organizational Issues:
    There are many political events regarding law enforcement officers, corrections officers, or court personnel.
    Each of these events is accompanied by occupational stressors in the criminal justice field.
    With each political event there are groups that agree and disagree with the ideas within the event.
  • 3. Abortion:
    Americans do not accept the positions of pro-life or pro-choice.
    They rather agree with some elements of each.
    Americans will not be given a choice between the two positions.
    They will come to a compromise between the two.
  • 4. abortion
    Pro-Life Groups:
    Pro-choice Groups:
    Natural Right to Life
    Students for Life of America
    Bound for Life
    Cardinal Newman Society
    Crossroads
    Generation Life
    Life Decisions International
    Planned Parenthood
    Pro-Choice Action Network
    Pro-Choice America
    National Organization for Women
    American Civil Liberties Union
    National Health Service
  • 5. “Illegal” abortions:
    It seems most likely that an abortion law with no exceptions would be widely disobeyed.
    This would promote a thriving black market in abortions.
  • 6. A solution to Abortion:
    There is no exact compromise to abortion.
    Neither sides will be satisfied 100%.
    Both side should come to a compromise.
    If the compromises are broken the abortions then should be treated as a criminal act.
  • 7. Guantanamo bay:
    A United States Naval Base located at the south-eastern end of Cuba.
    The US government obtained a permanent lease for the base on February 23, 1903 from the newly independent Cuban state.
    Persons detained at Guantanamo are legally outside of the United States and do not have the Constitutional rights that they would have if they were held in the United States.
  • 8. Guantanamo Bay:
    Prisoners who have not been charged with any offense have been held in solitary confinement for over 18 months.
    Denied the right to:
    Direct contact with their families.
    Access to their lawyers.
    Subjected to constant interrogations by the U.S. military.
  • 9. Guantanamo bay- pros
    Terrorism is the ultimate threat to a civilized society.
    Terrorism is international.
    Extended periods of detention would be closely monitored by High Court judges, who would not allow the police to abuse their powers.
    Technology and identity theft are now so complicated that it takes longer than the present permitted 28 days over which a terror suspect can be held to analyze computer data and check phone records.
  • 10. Guantanamo bay- cons
    These long periods of detention would, inevitably, be served mainly by members of the terrorist community, further alienating young terrorists.
    It is unnecessary.
    It discourages diligent police work.
    If detectives know they can detain someone for three months, they have limited incentive to operate fast and efficiently.
  • 11. Solution to Guantanamo bay:
    The perfect solution to Guantanamo Bay depends on your political beliefs.
    Each individual has their own opinion and no one person will be satisfied with another persons idea.
  • 12. Health care reform:
    Health care reform is a general rubric used for discussing major health policy creation or changes.
  • 13. Healthcare reform attempts:
    Broaden the population that receives health care coverage through either public sector insurance programs or private sector insurance companies
    Decrease the cost of health care
    Expand the array of health care providers consumers may choose among
    Improve the access to health care specialists
    Improve the quality of health care
  • 14. Healthcare reform:
    Americans spend more on health care than on housing or food.
    If nothing is done by 2019 the number of uninsured people will grow by more than 30% in 29 states.
    The number of uninsured people will grow by at least 10% in every state.
  • 15. Healthcare reform
    Pros:
    Cons:
    Everybody can have health insurance if they want it.
    In the long run it will reduce medical costs.
    Reduce medical bankruptcy.
    Increase competition in the insurance market.
    In the first ten years it will cost about $100 billion a year.
    Possibly increase the cost of health insurance.
    Tax increase on very high income people.
    Everyone must have insurance.
  • 16. Healthcare reform:
    Healthcare reform is in the hands of legislation.
    It is the decision of Americans to choose their insurance.
    The only way to have a say in healthcare reform is to vote.
  • 17. For more information:
    http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/abortion.html
    http://www.cnic.navy.mil/guantanamo/index.htm
    http://www.whitehouse.gov/issues/health-care
    Jessie McHale