By the 1960s, the police use of force was given considerable scholarly attention in respect to public perceptions and tactics. During a period of civil unrest that saw rioting in response to those tactics, President Johnson’s Law Enforcement Assistance Act (LEAA) was created to help eliminate the excessive uses of police force in the U.S., most notably deadly force. With funding for better policy, training, and education, the commission sought to professionalize the criminal justice system by legitimizing the police institution in respect to its goals and tactical procedures. What is quantitatively known about the international police use of force has been discerned over a period of only 30 years, through research consisting mostly of observations, reports, and surveys. Furthermore, the research has emphasized the use of deadly force and to a much lesser degree, less-than-lethal force. … [Read more...] about Police Use of Force: Not Always For Public Consumption
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Some have piecemeal programs that are much disliked by teachers and students alike. Many of these programs were hastily put together, lack engaging content, require little of students, and are not challenging. Beyond the poor quality of most online learning programs, teachers lack experience in using them. Online teaching requires special skills and talents, including an understanding of how to use the technology, learning how to manage a classroom online, supplementing courses with engaging video and visuals, and developing strategies for doing group projects that help to keep kids engaged and learning. … [Read more...] about Will Distance Learning Produce a Coronavirus Virus Slump?
Is The Indo-Mediterranean Diet Good For Your Heart? The study, which analysed the role of nutrition in the management of heart failure with respect to the Indo-Mediterranean diet analysed the behavioural risk factors, food intakes, fatty acid intake and on the ratio of polyunsaturated fatty acid/flavonoid intake; and the results suggested the following : … [Read more...] about Indo-Mediterranean Diet And Heart Health: What Is The Link?
Alaya F In A Yellow Saree Alaya F donned a dark-yellow hued saree, which was accentuated by subtle black hued checkered patterns and black printed border. She draped the pallu of her saree in a casual style and teamed it up with a sleeveless one-shoulder black blouse that featured yellow hued prints. The diva notched up her look with metallic maang tikka and heavy choker. Alaya pulled back her mid-parted sleek tresses into a neat low bun and spruced up her look with thick brows, kohled eyes, winged eyeliner, soft blush, and cherry lip shade. … [Read more...] about Alaya F Turns Modern Bride As She Flaunts Her Red Lehenga And Yellow Saree With A Twist
Too few people understand that getting good sleep during pregnancy can be a preventive strategy. Sleep deprivation can cause birth-related complications such as low birth weight as well as disruption to the immune system according to a study at the University of Pittsburgh Schools of the Health Sciences. And pregnant women who experience poor quality sleep on an ongoing basis are more likely to experience anxiety and depression during their pregnancy and are more prone to postpartum depression. … [Read more...] about Your Most Powerful Tool Against Postpartum Depression