Examine this problem through the lens of procedural justice: why might there be so few 911 calls for help? Why might the community be reluctant to communicate with the police?

A police department wants to institute a hot spot policing program that targets a specific crime problem in a specific neighborhood. There are multiple anecdotal reports that this type of crime is rampant, but there is little data to back this up. The 911 calls are sparse and the community seems disinterested in communicating with the police.
Examine this problem through the lens of procedural justice: why might there be so few 911 calls for help? Why might the community be reluctant to communicate with the police?
What would you do to institute a hot spot policing program at this location? Describe specific pillars of procedural justice and how they might relate to different types of police/community partnerships. See attached files for additional information.

Describe the key features of the normal curve and explain why the normal curve in real-life distributions never matches the model perfectly.

This week’s required readings explain the role that the normal probability distribution plays in the world of statistical analysis. Consider the following questions and respond in a minimum of 175 words:

1. Describe the key features of the normal curve and explain why the normal curve in real-life distributions never matches the model perfectly.
2. Imagine that you recently took a statistics midterm exam and your instructor just returned your scored exam. The instructor announces that 75% of students scored below the mean. How do you reconcile this with what you have learned that, in a normal distribution, half of the scores should fall above the mean and half of the scores should fall below the mean?
4. According to the material presented in Session 6, why do analysts use Z scores? What are the advantages of using Z scores? Describe some business or personal applications that would require the use of Z scores. Are there any business or personal applications that would not be appropriate for the use of Z scores?
6. Why do we use a bell curve to assess the normality of a variable as opposed to a square, triangle, rectangle or some other symmetrical shape?
Homework # 6
Exercises 1,8,9,12,14,17.21.24,30,35,38,46,49,60,63,71,74,82,87

The Three Certainties: It is a cardinal rule of the law of trusts that all trusts must be certain of words, certain of subject matter, and certain of objects.

Similar, understandable and easy to understand

Question: It is a cardinal rule of the law of trusts that all trusts must be certain of words, certain of subject matter, and certain of objects.
Discuss using appropriate cases.
give the main issue(s) of the case
Look at the salient issues and use supporting cases to justify

Hurtful episodes in parent-adolescent relationships: How accounts and attributions contribute to the difficulty of talking about hurt.

• Posting 3: Edwards et al. and Roggensack
Posting 4: The studies by Coleman et al. and McLaren & Sillars explore different aspects of conflict in families. Explain in what way the findings are similar and in what way they differ.

Coleman, M., Fine, M.A., Ganong, L.H., Downs, K.J.M. & Pauk, N. (2001). When you’re not the Brady Bunch: Identifying perceived conflicts and resolution strategies in stepfamilies. Personal Relationships, 8, 55-73.
McLaren, R.M. & Sillars, A. (2014). Hurtful episodes in parent-adolescent relationships: How accounts and attributions contribute to the difficulty of talking about hurt. Communication Monographs, 81(3), 359-385.

What is the numeric Risk level that the Assessment produced once you completed it?

What is the numeric Risk level that the Assessment produced once you completed it?
What did this survey tell you about your Risk Tolerance level
Include a profile for yourself as an investor; make sure you analyze and discuss the various types of investors and where you fit in.
Briefly discuss the various risk levels, what they mean, and an example of a type of investment that fits the risk level.
Discuss whether you think your investor profile may change over time as you age, or do you think it will remain the same?
Finally, how would your profile assist you and your financial advisor or investment advisor in planning your portfolio?