750 words (excluding reference list)
use of three articles/resources from course readings in Weeks 1 to 6 or identify your own articles (relevant to course material) from your own research.
The first assignment is an opportunity to engage in a critical analysis of concepts found in Weeks 1 to 6. Your task is to incorporate key concepts, themes, material from at least three articles covered in Week 1 to 6 readings and have application to contemporary police service delivery. Your essay should include your perspective however, it is not an opinion piece. Your paper shall incorporate resource material from at least three articles covered in Week 1 to 6 readings and have application to contemporary police service delivery. The essay will be assessed on clarity, reflection of course material/theory and concepts.
Research and write about a diversity initiative/program/policy within the Canadian context of policing. Resources for consideration (in addition to course material) include but are not limited to the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police, the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police, police services, etc.
Factors for consideration in framing your essay:
Historical reasons/rationale for implementing the initiative
Community/societal implications of the initiative/policy
Conduct an analysis of the benefits to the initiative/policy
Implications for law enforcement
Assessment Guidelines: Written Assignments
Written assignments will be assessed according to the following criteria:
Format: Times New Roman 12-point font, double-spaced, with margins of one inch on all sides. Header/Footers are 0.5 inches. Papers shall use APA Style 7th ed., and consistent throughout. All papers must include a References/Bibliography/Works Cited page.
Writing expectations: Papers should be clear, fluid, and understandable. Basic writing skills, such as grammar, spelling, punctuation, and syntax (sentence and paragraph construction) will be taken into account in assessing submissions.
Organization, structure, and logic: Papers should have an introduction, development of the argument (the main body), and a conclusion. The introduction should communicate a brief description in one or more sentences of the main topic you will cover in the body. The middle (body) of the paper should develop the argument, providing assertions supported by evidence. This should be presented in logical, organized details. Each statement should be supported by some kind of evidence, including data, examples, citations, and/or logical reasoning. The conclusion should summarize the main points made in the paper and offer directions for future research (where relevant).
Punctuality: Papers are expected to be submitted on time unless you have discussed and agreed to alternative arrangements with the instructor.
please make sure its Canadian law
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