Posted: August 9th, 2016
1. What challenges do criminal justice professionals confront when they attempt to communicate with people who speak another language? How do language barriers influence the overall effectiveness of communication among all parties involved? What methods would you suggest for effectively communicating with these groups?
2. What is considered a diverse group? What are effective communication methods for diverse groups, and how do they differ from the methods of other groups within the criminal justice system? How might we improve overall communication methods for all groups within the criminal justice system?
3. What are some examples of ways law enforcement professionals may effectively communicate with individuals who have visual and hearing impairments? How did the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 affect law enforcement, particularly in relation to victims of crimes? Is there a better alternative to the way law enforcement and criminal justice professionals communicate with individuals who are protected by ADA?
4. What is an example of a communication strategy within the criminal justice system when dealing with a special situation? How do the dynamics of the situation affect the overall communication style or method among those involved? What recommendations would you suggest to improve communication within the criminal justice system when dealing with critical incidents, emergencies, or conflict situations?
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