TOPIC: *Gangs and criminal activity (as a means of funding)*review a variety of media sources and identify a current event related to a specific area in our discussion of law enforcement and policing. For the purposes of the assignment, “current” means something that has occurred within the past year. Because of the broad range of possible topics that can be covered, only topics related to “””Gangs and criminal activity (as a means of funding)””” will be accepted.*Attached is both the format template to be used and a completed example template.In a MS Word compatible format, generate a single page document presenting the following information about the current event (These headers are to be used): • Assignment • Student name / class • Date submitted • The theme of the current event (from above) **(((current event about Gangs and criminal activity (as a means of funding))))** • The headline of the story • The location of the event / story • An APA formatted reference entry for the story • A summary of the article drawing from details in the media report. The summary should consist of two to three short paragraphs and include an analysis and a categorization of the nature of the story. Attempt to answer the standard questions of who, what, when, where, and why.Remember, this assignment is about correlating the topic of the class to current events and real world occurrences. Your articles should be real-world examples of the topics noted above and how they relate to law enforcement or policing.Gangs in America – Current Event Template
Week One Current Event
Name / Class:
Your Name / Gangs in America
Date of submission –
NOTE: The current event should be NO MORE than one
year old
NOTE: The deadline for the assignment is the last day of the
academic week
Week One – Gang Violence
Week Two – Gangs and criminal activity (as a means of
Week Three – Gang suppression / mitigation / prevention
Week Four – Choose a gang-related topic of your own to
focus on
This should be taken directly from your story
The city, state, country where the story took place
APA Reference:
I often save links to current event submission for future
classes. This properly formatted reference assists me in this
effort and provides valuable practice for you regarding
properly formatting you references (per the APA format).
Provide two paragraphs that summarize the article
Provide one paragraph of analysis as to why the story is
important or notable
Final notes:

INCLUDE A SCREEN SHOT OF YOUR STORY in your document (after your
If you have questions, ASK.
Please look at the example current event.
Gangs in America – Current Event Template
Week One Current Event
Name / Class:
Blake Cheary / Introduction to Policing
November 23, 2016
Law Enforcement Case Law
The U.S. Supreme Court Rules That Blood Tests for Drunk Driving
Suspects Require a Search Warrant: A Wise Decision?
Washington DC (Supreme Court)
APA Reference:
Colb, S. (2013). The U.S. Supreme Court Rules That Blood Tests
for Drunk Driving Suspects Require a Search Warrant: A Wise
Decision? Retrieved from
2013/05/15/the-u-s-supreme-court-rules-that-blood- tests-fordrunk-driving-suspects-require-a-search-warrant
For years, law enforcement officers in some agencies have
been able to ‘force blood’ from an impaired driver suspect
without a warrant. The US Supreme Court heard the case of
Missouri versus McNeely and decided that the simple fact that
blood alcohol content (or drug content) was being naturally
reduced over time as a result of bodily function WAS NOT
enough to justify an exigency that would allow officers to obtain
the blood without a warrant.
In the case of Missouri versus McNeely, the driver (Tyler
McNeely) was arrested for driving under the influence and
taken to a hospital where a blood sample was obtained without
a warrant (not required at this point). McNeely argued that the
police obtained his blood sample without a warrant and without
his consent. In trial, McNeely moved to suppress the blood
evidence on an argument that the sample was obtained without
his consent and without a warrant. The trial court found in favor
of McNeely, the State Supreme Court affirmed the ruling, and
the case eventually elevated to the US Supreme Court.
SCOTUS considered “exigency” argument – the underlying
justification for obtaining blood without a warrant to this point.
SCOTUS found that simple metabolism of alcohol was – by
itself – not sufficient to allow taking of one’s blood sample
without a warrant.
This decision resulted in a significant and notable change how
police obtain a blood sample from a subject who was not
expressly given his or her consent. Post-McNeely, when a
driver refuses to voluntarily provide a chemical sample, law
enforcement officers must pursue a warrant to obtain the
sample. Failure to do so may result in any such evidence being
suppressed in court. This requirement does not affect any
administrative sanctions (such as mandatory license
suspension) for a driver who refuses to voluntarily provide a

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