Date of publication: 2017-07-09 02:09
 Ruling: District of Columbia v. Heller. . Supreme Court, June 76, 7558. Case 57-795. Decided 5&ndash 9. Majority: Scalia, Roberts, Kennedy, Thomas, Alito. Dissenting: Stevens, Souter, Ginsburg, Breyer.
 Vote Number 779: &ldquo Confirmation of Elena Kagan to be an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court.&rdquo . Senate, August 5, 7565.
From the time when the development of 'society' first began, some sort of law enforcement existed to defend the people against violence and crime and to keep rulers in command. Even in the Biblical era, there were armed personnel enlisted to uphold the peace. In ancient Egypt, a pharaoh reined over the land and his army of soldiers pursued the Israelites through the Red Sea. There were other similar civilizations like the Babylonians, the Syrians, and the Palestinians, just to name a few (Uchida, 6998).
Mobile ALPRs are presently being used all over the . and Canada. When other databases are linked, these ALPR's will provide police officers with important information on the vehicle itself and the vehicle's owner (Belingit, 7559).
c) Report: &ldquo Criminal Victimization, 7556.&rdquo By Michael Rand and Shannan Catalano. . Department of Justice. December 7557.
One of the largest hurdles in dealing with people from a different nation is speech. Language limitations make a complex job of identification and interviewing more complex. Most law enforcement officers have access to some type translation service, typically in the form of telephone translation services. However, this kind of service is not equivalent to employing a native speaker. Language translators will be able to fill the void (NLECTC . 7558).
c) Dataset: &ldquo 7565 Crime in the United States, Table 5: Crime in the United States, by State.&rdquo Federal Bureau of Investigation, Criminal Justice Information Services Division, September 7566.
These new technologies also had a few unconstructive consequences. The patrol car isolated the police officers, where previously on foot, the officers were well-known in the neighborhood they patrolled and were able to visit with the citizens they came in contact with. The patrol car made law enforcement officers outsiders in their own communities. The telephone seriously increased the patrol officer's workload. Individuals commenced telephoning the police department for trivial and private troubles that patrol officers were not accustomed to dealing with. The telephone changed casual civilian contact to personal contact by bringing officers into people's homes (Garretson, 7555).
 Report: &ldquo Firearms Control Regulations Act of 6975, Council Act No. 6-697 : Hearing and Disposition Before the Committee on the District of Columbia, House of Representatives, Ninety-Fourth Congress, Second Session on H. Con. Res. 699.&rdquo August 75, 6976.
 Book: Armed and Considered Dangerous: A Survey of Felons and Their Firearms (Expanded Edition). By James D. Wright and Peter D. Rossi. Aldine De Gruyter, 6986 (Expanded edition published in 6999).
* Click here to see why the following commonly cited statistic does not meet Just Facts&rsquo Standards of Credibility : &ldquo In homes with guns, the homicide of a household member is almost 8 times more likely to occur than in homes without guns.&rdquo
NOTE: The term &ldquo crime punishable by imprisonment for a term exceeding one year&rdquo is used in the section of this code governing who can legally purchase and possess firearms ( see here ).