[SOLVED] Crime Prevention Models
Chapters Two and Three mainly focus on crime prevention and crime control, and how the two have been shaped throughout history. Specifically, Chapter Two discusses the Tripartite Public Health Model regarding Crime Prevention. Based on your reading, please prepare the following essay: Mini Paper (Essay): Explain Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary Crime Prevention Models and how do they apply in the “real world.” Additionally, what is the different between the three models and how may they have an impact on an individual’s lives or behaviors? Directions: The essay must be typed, double-spaced, written in Times New Roman, 12-point font. The document should be a minimum of 1 to 2 pages, in APA format, utilizing in-text and endnote citations. Link to book for chapters 2 and 3: https://b-ok.cc/ireader/5011334
[SOLUTION] Centralized Versus Decentralized Service Delivery
How does a centralized service delivery model differ from a decentralized service delivery model? Examine three differences in your response, using specific examples. Identify how these differences would affect agency clients. In other words, how do these models each empower or disempower clients? Use this unit’s readings to inform your discussion.
[SOLUTION] Cross-Cultural Furniture
Cross-Cultural Furniture/Decorative ArtsAnalysisThis is a 3 part assignment which I can later assign other parts. So in the end all this information and topic will be linked together.Please carefully read and follow instructions attached!This is for part 1: A Visual AnalysisSelect an object or interior that displays significance influence from a previous time period, another culture, or both. Write a visual analysis of the object or space and describe it. (More info attached for example). Please include a clear photograph of the object or space with a caption indicating the name or title (e.g. Portland Vase) and the maker/designer and date.
[SOLUTION] Focus of The Island of Dominica
Must read book:From the Bush: The Front Line of Health Care in a Caribbean Village. by Marsha B. Quinlan. Thomson Wadsworth: ISBN: 978-0155085671. must be included in referencesReference requirements1.Only Websites that are .gov or .edu may be used as credible resources for your paper.2.Any .com (or other extension) websites that contain published material or documented unbiased news reports may also be used as sources but you should reference original publications not the website.3.Other .com websites may be used if they have their own references listed from published sources, authors, or editors names, and publication date listed on the website. Only 1 .com website without authors or editors names, publication dates, or references listed for the information can be used per assignment for secondary or supportive information.Format:Write a descriptive essay using either MLA or APA style guides. (See Purdue Owl website or other style guide for formatting rules). Title page and references page are required but not included in page count. Minimum of 4 references, and a minimum of 3 full pages, double spaced, standard 12 point font text is required for this assignment.Task :Describe the environment, background history and current culture (prior to 2017) on the Island of Dominica. (Cultural information has changed considerably post devastation of the island by Hurricane Maria in September 2017).Grade will be an average of scores from 1 to 5 in each of the following categories 1) writings skills (paragraphing, grammar, punctuation, style) 2) formatting (title page, formatting of body, in text citations, references page) 3) Knowledge of background information and culture described, and 4) Overall presentation.
[SOLUTION] Continuum of Care
InstructionsAfter you have completed your assigned readings and reviewed the lecture content, respond to all of the discussion board questions. Take into consideration the requirements as you create your response.For this week’s discussion, please respond to the following case.You are a clinician in an OASAS Licensed Program. Richard Ortegada (Ricky) has seen you for 5 individual sessions of treatment for his opioid use disorder (in early remission). He is a very charming , persuasive and likable 32 year old Puerto Rican American male. He is married with 3 pre-school children and has a good union job providing heating ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) services to the Marriott hotel chain in the NYC Burroughs. Despite wearing steel toe boots, he managed to break 3 toes on his left foot last year and was out of work for 4 months debt has piled up. He was over prescribed an opioid medication and became dependent. He began buying pills from a coworker before he went back to work, so that he could go back to work (every step still hurts) and start getting full paychecks to support his family again (workers comp was only paying two-thirds of his salary).Recently Ricky was arrested for possession of opioid Rx pain pills. He is on pre-trial probation for felony possession of a controlled substance and is due back in court next month; you have a signed consent form to communicate with his probation officer (who you know well from previous shared cases you have a trusting relationship). If he violates his probation or gets convicted he will lose his job. Ricky is required to maintain participation in treatment as part of his probation deal, otherwise they would hold him in jail until his next court date. I cant break my kids hearts I am not my Dad. He reports that he forgot to fill out the continuing case report for workers comp and “it has raised hell with everything”, including his insurance coverage which is temporarily cancelled, but starts again in 10 days he shows you the paper. He knows you need to get paid for visits at the agency and figures it would be ok if he sees you this week, like he has to, but you just date the visit for next week so he doesnt blow his probation and lose his job. Or maybe he could just skip the visit but you can still tell probation that he is in compliance with pre-trial weekly counseling anyway because he will be good to go next week. His wife is being seen at the clinic as well and maybe you could bill this as a family session for a couple of weeks.Discussion QuestionsHow do you respond? What are the options for you both here? Discuss your dialog with him including anticipated reactions from him. Start your discussion with him right after he tells you all this and asks So what do you think? Whats your first response? Where do you go from there? How does this end?readings, video:https://www.samhsa.gov/grants/block-grantshttps://oasas.ny.gov/legalhttps://www.cms.gov/Regulations-and-Guidance/Administrative-Simplification/NationalProvIdentStand/
[SOLUTION] Legal Approach to Sexuality-related Issues
Choose a country and research its legal approach to sexuality-related issues. Investigate online and find out as much as you can about the laws the country has regarding sex, sex work, and sexual orientation. You will need to properly cite your sources for your research. Write your responses to the following questions: (YOU MUST IDENTIFY THE COUNTRY YOU CHOSE AND ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS TO EARN FULL CREDIT)1) Does the country you chose have any legal penalties for same-gender sexual activity or other consensual sexual activities?2) Does the country you chose have legal protections against discrimination for LGBTQ+ people and/or legally recognize same-gender relationships?3) What is the countrys legal approach to deal with sex work?4) What is the countrys legal approach to sexual assault and abuse, including sex trafficking? Are these laws strongly enforced? Are there exceptions (such as marital rape)?5) How do you think your views about sexual orientation have been shaped by your social network?
[SOLUTION] Judaism Culture
Judaism is characterized as a religion of doing, and faith is seen in actions toward others. Review the 10 Commandments, the Eightfold Path of Buddhism, the Confucian Virtues, and the 12 Vows of Jainism. Do you see a similar or different understanding of action and faith in these religions as in Judaism?
[SOLUTION] Organizing in Jacinto
Read the article entitled Organizing in Jacinto.Discuss the following:How were culture and diversity reflected in this organizing experience?What do you think the organizers did well, or did poorly, in terms of applying cultural competence and cultural humility?**provide specific examples and explain your thoughts fully**
[SOLUTION] Urban Social Work in Addressing COVID-19
Create oral presentation that highlights the role of urban social work in addressing the impact and implications associated with the COVID-19 health pandemic in the urban community. you should identify a specific population within the urban setting. Sources used for the presentation should be submitted in writing at the end of the presentation.-My specific population within the urban setting are young adult ages 18 to 34The presentation will include the following information:The prevalence of COVID-19 in Baltimore CityDescription of the selected population young adult ages 18 to 34Identify the system or institution impacted as it relates to the specified populationDescribe the role of the urban social worker in addressing the problemIdentify the social work skills required to effectively serve as a change agent
[SOLUTION] Greenhouse Gases and Population
Section I. BackgroundWhat are greenhouse gases?How do greenhouse gases contribute to global warming?Section II. How Emissions Causes Problems for the Developing WorldWhich countries produce the most greenhouse gases?What are the economic challenges of these emissions (include examples from your chosen country)?What are the security challenges of these emissions (include examples from your chosen country)?What are the political challenges of these emissions (include examples from your chosen country)?Section III. Causes and Solutions of Greenhouse GasesName two causes of greenhouse gases.What are potential solutions to address each of the causes you identified?What is the relationship between population control and greenhouse gases?