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Week 2 Arrest Report Template

An arrest report can vary depending on your locality. Most reports have a form-based section wherein an officer enters information or data. Then, most arrest reports will have a narrative section. The narrative section of the report is where you demonstrate probable cause for making an arrest.

For this assignment, respond to the elements below, which mirror the narrative portion of an arrest report.

Choose two scenarios. Use one to complete Narrative1 below and the other to complete Narrative 2 below.

Narrative 1

For the first scenario you chose, write a 250- to 500-word arrest report narrative. Be sure to address all of the following:

· Identify the suspect’s level of intent (mens rea).

· Identify the causation (i.e., how the suspect’s actions caused harm).

· Explain how you used the intent and causation to form probably cause.

· Although aspects of the scenario itself may resemble how an arrest report narrative may sound, be sure to put the details in your own words.

Write your report here:

We received a report of high schoolers being in a fight and injuries were reported. Everyone questioned all had the same answers so at this time no one seems to be hiding anything. Jake, Scott and Tony all know each other and were in the fight. It started when Scott was taunting Tony and the fight broke out. Jake only was injured because he tried to break up the fight. Tony and Scott each collaborate that as well. the boys were all together waiting for help. It doesn’t seem to be a rivalry or a vicious attack.

Jake had the most serious injuries and was transported to the hospital. Even though jake wasn’t the intended target, Tony was trying to hurt Scott. He knowingly intended to hurt a person. He was swinging wildly trying to cause injuries.

After interviewing all the bystanders and the 3 boys involved, all the stories were the same. I have no reason to believe they are all covering up something different. With all the stories being the same, I have enough probable cause to see this as a fight between acquaintances and someone jumped in at the wrong time trying to do good.

Narrative 2

For the second scenario you chose, write a 250- to 500-word arrest report narrative. Be sure to address all of the following:

· Identify the suspect’s level of intent (mens rea).-

· Identify the causation (i.e., how the suspect’s actions caused harm).

· Explain how you used the intent and causation to form probably cause.

· Although aspects of the scenario itself may resemble how an arrest report narrative may sound, be sure to put the details in your own words.

Write your report here:

I was able to catch suspect Edwin almost right away climbing the fence a few blocks from the crime scene. He admitted to the breaking and entering. He was also under the influence of alcohol. He said he has walked by the house before and decided it would be an easy house to rob because of the elderly man who lived there. He intentionally went and kicked in the door and was then confronted by the homeowner who had a shot gun.

The homeowner was in bed when he heard Edwin at the door. He called 9-1-1 before grabbing his gun and proceeding to head downstairs. He fired one shot into the ground as a warning to Edwin. No one was injured in the firing of the gun.

Edwin admitted to committing the breaking and entering and I have full probable cause to arrest him with the crime especially seeing he fully admitted to doing it. both his and the homeowner’s stories line up also. No one was injured, but the breaking and entering and confession of the intent to rob the homeowner is enough to bring him to jail to be formally charged.