Investigation Essay Topics

How I Can Change The Acceleration of a Trolley

Prediction: The prediction of this investigation will be more mass, more acceleration and the more force the more acceleration. Method: The method for this investigation will be: Firstly the trolley is rolled down the slope, making sure that the height of the slope is keeping the same. With this method it was hard to get… View Article

Chromatography Trail and Investigation

Aim: I am working for a trading standards office, a local market stall is selling some red and blue sweets that are suspected of containing illegal and possibly toxic colourings. I am going to find out using chromatography whether the dyes are illegal/ legal. Chromatography is a technique which is used for separating and identifying… View Article

Physics Investigation- Stopping Distance

In my investigation I intend to gather enough evidence and explanation to see if and how the mass of a ball will affect its stopping distance. I will carry out a series of tests starting with changing the mass of the ball then changing height which it’s dropped from. Predictions I predict that the mass… View Article

Investigation into Multi-Tools

Above I have researched into nine different existing multi tools designed for use on a motorcycle. They are all very varied in shape, price, size, materials and tooling. The shapes of them are all very different; some are your stereotypical perception of a multi tool being a pen knife containing multiple functions or a pair… View Article

Criminal Investigation

The first and most important step in any crime scene investigation is to secure the scene. It sounds easier than it really is. The scene includes possible witnesses, victims and suspects. Securing the scene includes keeping unauthorized personnel from walking through the scene. The most common contamination results from police, ems, victims and witnesses. The… View Article

The Federal Bureau of Investigation

 In the late 19th century, 1886 precisely, it was discovered by the Supreme Court that the United States intestate commerce was un-regulated. Consequently, it became a Federal responsibility to fill up this vacuum. This gave birth to the 1887 Interstate Commerce Act. This act needed personnel to enforce it, but the Justice department had a… View Article

Star-South Canton

North East black out is an important event in the history of North America, showing the vulnerability of North American technology, which compelled the leaders of the affected countries to find the causes and events associated with this key event. Investigation by experts revealed a few limitations of North American infrastructure. Based on reports submitted… View Article

Cultural Investigation

The paper will discuss the main aspect of a Comanche and what their culture is like. The paper encapsulates an interview from such a Native American and this interview will be analyzed with the help of other sources from the Internet. The paper will be followed by first introducing the Comanche tribe with their features… View Article

Blood Spatter in Crime Scene Investigation

Checking all aspects of a crime scene is a crucial part of investigating a crime. The thorough sampling of all suspicious items in a crime scene, like footsteps, hair strands, and even the changes that took place in the pieces of furniture may help in leading the authorities to the doer of the crime. Oftentimes,… View Article

Tax Audit and Tax Investigation in Malaysia

Tax Investigation must be clearly separate from Tax Audit. Tax Investigation is an inspection of the tax payers business or individual books, records or document in order to ensure the tax payer had reported the correct amount of income and tax that need to pay in accordance with tax laws and provisions. Tax investigation will… View Article

“1984” by George Orwell Analysis

When two claims contradict one another, it is futile and useless in attempting to analogize between the two. George Orwell, the author of the novel 1984, defines doublethink as “the power of holding two contradictory beliefs in one’s mind simultaneously, and accepting both of them.” It is the idea of genuinely accepting two conflicting ideas,… View Article

Code of Conduct

Public office is a public trust. It is the policy of the State to promote a high standard of ethics in public service. Public officials and employees shall at all times be accountable to the people and shall discharge their duties with utmost responsibility, integrity, competence, and loyalty, act with patriotism and justice, lead modest… View Article

The FBI

Federal bureau investigation, the FBI, is considered the strongest police agency in the United States because it has control over other police agencies around the states. The FBI as a police agency has its pluses and minuses; therefore, looking for searching for serial killers and control other police agencies are some of its pluses. In… View Article

The Terror Watch List Database Troubles Continue

1. Why was the consolidated terror watch list created? What are the benefits of the list? The terrorist watch list is a data base including suspected terrorist that trying to obtain visas, enter the country, board aircraft, or engage in other activities. The FBI’s Terrorist Screening Center (TSC) was established after the September 11 attacks… View Article