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DO NOW: Week 13 MONDAY: 1.What was the 1st social contract in the colonies? 2.What English document first limited the power of the king and protected the rights of citizens? TUESDAY: 1.What was the first law code called? 2.What English document inspired our Bill of Rights? 3.What was America’s first Constitution? WEDNESDAY: 1.What type of law is based on precedent or previous court decisions? 2.What type of law is made by government agencies? 3.What type of law deals with treaties and trade agreements between nations?
Identify which type of law Common, criminal, civil, statutory, constitutional, administrative or international 1.OSHA requires all Construction workers to wear hardhats on a site. 2.Slavery is outlawed in the 13 th Amendment 3.Paris Hilton sues the National Enquirer for libel (printing false statements about her). 4.A woman robs the local bank and steals a car to get away 5.The United States signs an agreement with North Korea not to produce any more nuclear weapons 6.The NC General Assembly passes a law that all school buses must stop at railroad tracks 7.North Carolina schools were found in violation of the precedent set in Brown v. Board of Education and told to integrate their schools in 1971
Objectives SWBAT Identify the various procedures in the enactment, implementation, and enforcement of law SWBAT compare responsibilities, jurisdictions, and methods of law enforcement agencies.
RAP 71 Who is responsible for keeping order in the County? Who is responsible for keeping order in the city? What does jurisdiction mean?
Notes 71 All Law enforcement agencies are under the Executive Branch of city, county, state or federal government. Department of Justice (DOJ): Enforces Federal Law and oversees all federal law enforcement agencies except the CIA and Secret Service. –The Attorney General is the head of the DOJ & part of the President’s cabinet
Purpose of federal agencies: each has specialized skills which can help to enforce laws. –Ex: the DEA (drug enforcement administration) has agents specialized in preventing drug trafficking.
Notes 72 Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI): Jurisdiction: Federal Function: investigates all federal crimes in the US –Examples: crimes crossing state lines, investigating terrorist threats within the US
Notes 72: National Security Central Intelligence Agency (CIA): –Jurisdiction: Federal –Function: responsible for the USA’s national security. Investigates international threats. –Ex: gets information on terrorists in other countries
Secret Service: –Jurisdiction: Federal –Function: Protects the Pres. & VP. Investigates $$ counterfeiting. –Ex: president’s security guards
Notes 72 State Bureau of Investigation (SBI): –Jurisdiction: State –Function: Assists local law enforcement in large criminal investigations. –Ex: investigating a string of bank robberies across the state or computer crimes against children.
State Troopers: –Jurisdiction: State –Function: Enforce traffic laws on state highways. –Ex: monitor speed on roads like I-85, or Route 1
Notes 72 County Jurisdiction: Sheriff: –Jurisdiction: County –Function: enforces laws in both the incorporated and unincorporated areas of the county. –Ex: Sheriff is responsible for courthouse security
City/Town Jurisdiction Police: –Jurisdiction: City/Town –Function: enforces city & ordinances –Ex: make an arrest following robbery
Magistrate: In criminal cases determines if further action is warranted when a police officer or a citizen claims that a crime has been committed. National Guard: reserve militaries in each state that are called to federal service. Can serve in the US or abroad.
PIT 71 LAW ENFORCEMENT THEATER!! You will have 10 min to plan how to act out your enforcement scenarios. Your act will last 30 seconds long If the class correctly guesses which law enforcement agency will be called in to deal with your scenario you will be rewarded.