1. Sexual Assault Evidence and Forms of Abuse among Children” Please respond to the following:
- It is common knowledge that rape and sexual assault investigations provide evidence such as stained or torn clothing, scratches, bruises and cuts used to solve the crime. Determine at least three (3) other forms of evidence associated with a rape or sexual assault. Next, recommend at least one (1) action that the law enforcement could take in order to investigate such a crime.
- The textbook cites that the four (4) most common types of abuse among children are neglect, physical abuse, emotional abuse, and sexual abuse. Select one (1) out of the four (4) types of abuse among children. Next, determine the key challenges that the investigator may confront while investigating the abuse you selected. Suggest one (1) strategy geared toward mitigating the challenges you determined. Provide a rationale to support your response.
2. “Functional Alcoholism” Please respond to the following:
- Read the article titled “DUI Offense Basics”, located at http://dui.findlaw.com/dui-charges/dui-offense-basics.html. Next, give your opinion as to whether the standards for use of the “field sobriety test” versus the “chemical test” are too subjective for a police officer’s use. Next, analyze the manner in which a judge could refute an officer’s choice to use either test or its results during court proceedings. Justify your response.
- Based on Chapter 9 of the textbook, suggest three (3) reasons why alcoholism should or should not be classified as a disease. Next, speculate on one (1) approach for addressing the ethical issue(s) that may arise as a result of your determination. Provide support for your position.