Presentation on theme: "ILPSCS Unit 3 LPSCS-ILPSCS-5"— Presentation transcript:
1 ILPSCS Unit 3 LPSCS-ILPSCS-5 Describe the structure and interaction between law and public safety agencies at alocal, state, and federal level.5.1 Demonstrate knowledge of LPSCS processes and explain how different agencieswork together.5.2 Identify jurisdictional and venue issues that may arise when different agencies worktogether and provide suggestions for resolving those issues.5.3 Compare and contrast the roles and responsibilities of private security LPSCSagencies and explain how they differ from public LPSCS agencies.5.4 Describe and apply knowledge of how the United States Legal System works.5.5 Differentiate between civil and criminal law.5.6 Explore the rights of citizens guaranteed by the United States.
2 How does jurisdiction affect the actions of different agencies? Introduction:Read AloudWork:Teach Jurisdictional and Venue IssuesJurisdiction and Venue ActivityUnit 3 PaperClosing:1. Answer EQ
3 Levels of CrimeLocal Ordinances: Spitting on the sidewalk, Sleeping in the park, Noise Violations.State Crimes: Murder, Rape, Robbery, Assault, DrugsFederal Crimes: Tax Evasion, Drug Smuggling, Mail Fraud, Crimes across State Lines
4 3 levels of Law Enforcement Local: Smyrna PD, Cobb County PDState: Georgia State Police, GA DNRFederal: FBI, CIA, DHSLocalStateFederalLAWS!Local LEFederal LEState LE
5 Local Law Enforcement Responsible for: Enforcing Local Laws/Ordinances Enforcing State LawsEnforcing Federal LawsWITHIN THEIR JURISDICTION!
6 State Law Enforcement Responsible for: Enforcing State Laws Enforcing Federal LawsWITHIN THEIR JURISDICTION!
7 Federal Law Enforcement Responsible for:Enforcing Federal LawsWITHIN THEIR JURISDICTION!
8 VenueVENUE: where the crime occurred, where the crime is tried, and where the convicted are punished. The accused is charged where the crime occurred. The accused is tried where the crime occurred. (A change of venue can be requested) The convicted serves his/her sentence in the appropriate jurisdiction.
9 What if the person runs?A warrant for their arrest will be placed on GCIC and NCIC.The next time that person is pulled over, applies for a job, or his/her name enters the system………POW!The law enforcement agency in that jurisdiction will make the arrest and EXTRADITE the accused to the appropriate VENUE.
10 How do different law enforcement agencies work together? Introduction:Read AloudWork:Teach the process of cooperation in LELE Process WorksheetUnit 3 PaperClosing:1. Answer EQ
11 Working Together Local Law Enforcement enforces all laws. State Law Enforcement focuses on state laws/traffic.Federal Law Enforcement focuses on federal laws.EVERY AGENCY HAS THE AUTHORITY TO ENFORCE ANY LAW IF IT IS IN THEIR JURISIDICTION!
12 Examples Local police report federal crimes to Federal Agencies. State Police assist local law enforcement in traffic enforcement.Federal Agencies use local resources to investigate federal crimes.
13 How are public law enforcement agencies different from private security agencies? Introduction:Read AloudWork:Teach public v. private LPSCSPublic/Private Ven DiagramClosing:1. Answer EQ
14 Public Law Enforcement Local, State, and Federal AgenciesEnforce Criminal LawsHave the Authority to ArrestFollow the rules of jurisdiction
15 Private Security Enforce private rules/regulations Have the authority to detain but not arrestOnly have authority on the property they are assigned to.Focused on Civil Law
16 What is the difference between criminal and civil law? Introduction:Read AloudWork:Teach Criminal/Civil LawCreate a Criminal/Civil Law Comparison ChartClosing:1. Answer EQ
17 Criminal LawCriminal Law is violation of law that has been passed by legislatures and is enforced by government agencies(LOCAL, STATE, FEDERAL)Murder, Robbery, Arson, Theft, Forgery, Tax Evasion, Noise Ordinance
18 Criminal Law Misdemeanors: Punishable by less than a year in jail. CityCountyFelonies: Punishable by a year or more in prison.StateFederal
19 Civil LawCivil Law covers wrongs amongst individual citizens that aren’t covered by criminal law.Also known as TORTSDivorce, Contracts, Wills, Slip and Fall (NEGLIGENCE)
20 How does the Bill of Rights affect United States Citizens? Introduction:Read AloudWork:Teach Constitution/Bill of RightsCreate a Constitutional OutlineClosing:1. Answer EQ
21 U.S. ConstitutionConstitution was signed on Sept. 17, 1787, and ratified by June 21, 1788.Created a central government (Federal)Created smaller governments (State)
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