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Many organizations have rules that are supposed to prevent employee theft. Which of the following is the most logical reason employees might steal from their employer? a. The definition of employee
theft depends on the organization.b. Some people are more likely to engage in employee theft than others.c. They feel the organization does not treat them as well as they deserve.d. They needed to steal to support themselves or their family.
d. They needed to steal to support themselves or their family.
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The Police Commissioner is under pressure to solve a murder and offers $100,000 for information leading to an arrest and conviction of the culprit. Mary suspects her neighbor, Phoebe, is the guilty party and calls Bob, a friend and police officer, with her suspicions. When Bob visits Phoebe, she unsuccessfully resists arrest, though Bob is severely injured. Phoebe is ultimately convicted of the murder and assaulting Bob. Mary insists all the reward money belongs to her. Is she right?
Weegy: She gave information leading to the arrest and conviction of the subject. [ She gets the reward (btw no police commissioner is going to offer any reward, let alone $100,000) The policy is that the police do not, and actually cannot legally, offer a reward in most states. The reward and moneys posted have to be from private businesses or individuals. City, taxpayers, money cannot be used. It is also against the law for officers to receive the benefit of rewards. They are public servants, not PI's or bounty hunters. Of course I agree, It is only fair and it is truly the only way to get information from a posted reward. If you do not hold up your end of the reward bargain then rewards will become useless in helping to apprehend and convict offenders. ] (More)
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Weegy: What type of policy are you talking about? User: The Police Commissioner is under pressure to solve a murder and offers $100,000 for information leading to an arrest and conviction of the culprit. Mary suspects her neighbor, Phoebe, is the guilty party and calls Bob, a friend and police officer, with her suspicions. When Bob visits Phoebe, she unsuccessfully resists arrest, though Bob is severely injured. Phoebe is ultimately convicted of the murder and assaulting Bob. Mary insists all the reward money belongs to her. Is she right? What is the policy consideration behind the relevant rule? Do you agree with the policy? Why or why not? (More)
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The Police Commissioner is under pressure to solve a murder and offers $100,000 for information leading to an arrest and conviction of the culprit. Mary suspects her neighbor, Phoebe, is the guilty party and calls Bob, a friend and police officer, with her suspicions. When Bob visits Phoebe, she unsuccessfully resists arrest, though Bob is severely injured. Phoebe is ultimately convicted of the murder and assaulting Bob. Mary insists all the reward money belongs to her. Is she right? What is ...
Weegy: She gave information leading to the arrest and conviction of the subject. [ [ She gets the reward (btw no police commissioner is going to offer any reward, let alone $100,000) The policy is that the police do not, and actually cannot legally, offer a reward in most states. The reward and moneys posted have to be from private businesses or individuals. City, taxpayers, money cannot be used. It is also against the law for officers to receive the benefit of rewards. They are public servants, not PI's or bounty hunters. Of course I agree, It is only fair and it is truly the only way to get information from a posted reward. If you do not hold up your end of the reward bargain then rewards will become useless in helping to apprehend and convict offenders SUnshine all Day :) ] User: can you show proof of the policy Weegy: I cannot, Thanks SUnshine all Day :) (More)
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(2) Do you agree with the policy consideration behind the relevant rule? That any promises made by any parties must be supported by legally sufficient and bargained for consideration that is something of value received or promised to convince a person to make a deal. WHY/WHY NOT?
Weegy: Policy considerations may become relevant to the making of The policy consideration behind the relevant rule is; if a judicial decision when the decision cannot be made by reference to established rules, [ [ whether grounded in precedent or even in statute. The Court will then consider the values and policy arguments that are relevant to the articulation of the potential rule (or principle). The Court must make an evaluation of them as a preliminary to articulating the rule to be applied in the instant case. The rule will have an application that extends beyond the parties to the case. Just how far it will extend depends upon its terms, its nature, and subject matter. ] ] (More)
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Weegy: I somewhat agree. If a certain party makes a promise, it should be evaluated for its legality before it is put into effect. (More)
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