Project #23925 - multicultural issues for criminal justice manager

ASSIGNMENT #4:Select TWOof the following & provide a two to three page response to each(submit on week six).

 

THREE CROSS-CULTURAL  SCENARIOS:

a.      The Cartoon:  An African American officer complains to his shift supervisor that posted on one of the main bulletin boards in the squad room is a cartoon caricature with his name under it. The picture depicts a black male with a bone drawn through his nose. The caption under the picture thanked the officer for his willingness to “model the new department headgear.”  This cartoon has been up for at least a day and everyone passes it on their way in and out of the main room. Therefore, at least a couple of supervisors have seen this cartoon. 

                What should happen?

b.   Stereotypes and Suspicion:  A call comes over dispatch that a security guard at a shopping mall in a predominantly white neighborhood has seen four Hispanic males. The security guard reports that they are gang members because they are all wearing matching leather jackets and red ball caps. He reports that they have just opened and closed their car trunk and are now entering the mall. The security guard notifies the merchants, some of whom immediately begin closing their stores. You are the officer in the vicinity of the mall who responds to the call just as the juveniles are leaving the mall and are heading toward their car. In the meantime, several merchants continue to be anxious about the “gang members,” leaving their stores closed. 

        What should happen?

 

c.   Relations among Community Groups: You are a police officer in an agency that has been involved in community-oriented policing for several years. You are working in a neighborhood where there has been conflict between Korean Americans and African Americans. You have been summoned to a Korean American store where the Korean clerk has made a citizen's arrest on an African American youth for petty theft. A group of African Americans has gathered to protest the arrest. They are angry, but they are not hostile to you and your backup officer. There are several ways you could approach this multicultural community problem and some of the ways would probably ignite the situation more than necessary. What do you think is the best way to handle the situation (i.e., with tact and sensitivity), given the animosity between the two groups? 

                What should happen?

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