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Although professional police forces in the western world were developed owing in large part to the need for agencies capable of handling violent crowds and riots, the ability of police agencies to control riots remains questionable. The present work provides an overview of the nature of crowd...
In this article, Critical Race Theory (CRT) is employed as a pedagogical tool to help students understand themselves as well as the standards and virtues used in American society to judge others. A solid understanding of race, culture, and ethnicity and how these factors intersect is critical in...
In this study, a mail survey was conducted of 146 of the largest local, sheriff, and state law enforcement agencies in the United States to assess the extent and type of investigation training they receive, and to identify needs. Twenty-nine agencies (20%) responded regarding extent and training...
Torture's effectiveness is a frequently debated yet under-researched topic. This article describes a new experimental method to ethically investigate one component of torture: The influence of physical pain on people's decisions to reveal secret or false information. In particular, participants...
Secret sharing scheme creates an effective method to safeguard a secret by dividing it among several participants. By using cryptographic hash functions and the herding hashes technique, Chum and Zhang proposed a simple and efficient secret sharing scheme. In this article, we implement such...
Cryptographic keys used in encryption algorithms face the disadvantages of difficulty in key management especially when it comes to keys generation, sharing, and storage. In this article, using gray level co-occurrence matrix, a textured image is partitioned into regions and textural features...
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