Tutor profile: Aaron T.
Subject: Military Science
What is the difference between Military Decision Making Process (MDMP) and Troop-Leading Procedures (TLP)?
MDMP is a 7 step process that normally occurs at battalion level or higher, depending on the specific unit. There is more of a staff requirement for MDMP, which is why it occurs at higher echelons. In MDMP, the organization receives a mission, develops courses of action, and initiates an operations order. TLP is an 8 step process used at smaller echelon levels, generally company or below, with a similar goal to MDMP. In TLP, you receive a mission, make a plan, and put that plan into action.
Subject: Religious Studies
According to Christianity, who authored the Bible?
The Bible is a compilations of books, written by human authors, but holds to be infallible and inerrant because those human authors were inspired by the Holy Spirit. So the Bible was written by God, but God used human authors, through the Holy Spirit, to write down His Word.
Subject: Criminal Justice
What is community policing and is it beneficial to a community?
Community policing is a complex, yet simple solution to many problems that modern policing faces. The basic idea is that local police establishes a relationship with the members and businesses of the community they police. This relationship serves to establish and grow trust between the community and the local police. This trust is multifaceted: It allows the police to effectively do their job and it allows the public to go to the police when they need them. This is extremely beneficial to local communities, as these trust relationships ultimately help the police force uphold the law and the local communities to trust that the police force will do just that. Community policing makes the police force less of an unknown factor to the local community and more of an organization that has transparency and trust.