The purpose of the research paper is to allow you to learn more about a topic in criminal investigations. The research paper is due on November 14, 2013 and must be submitted into the drop box to receive a grade without exception. Late papers will incur a 10% penalty. Papers will not be accepted after November 17th without exception.
The paper should be 3-4 pages in length describing an investigative technique. The paper must be typed in times new roman font, doubled spaced with standard margins. A reference page must be included. You must use either the APA or MLA format to cite your sources. Any paper submitted without an APA or MLA format will not receive a passing grade.
Academic honesty is imperative. You should work alone in writing the paper, although you may discuss problematic issues with other students. Your paper must not resemble anyone else’s paper or be similar to a paper prepared for another course. All statements obtained from published sources must be carefully documented. You will be penalized for departing from the length, format, and referencing style requested.
History of Policing and What is expected in the future
The Impact of Community-Oriented Policing
Policing and Corruption
Criminal Investigation: The Science
Focus on the Future of Policing
How to Manage Youth Crimes
Homeland Security Post 911
How the Police can Impact Drug Trafficking
|Due By (Pacific Time)
||11/14/2013 12:00 am