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Instructions
 
No   directly quoted material may be used in this project paper.
Resources   should be summarized or paraphrased with appropriate in-text and Resource   page citations.
Project   1: Departmental Project:   Strategic Plan 
Project   Assignment:
As   a member of the Virtual Police Department’s Administrative Services Unit you   have been called into a meeting with your supervisor, several other police   commanders, and the Chief of the Virtual Police Department.  This   is what you are told by the head of the Criminal Intelligence Unit.
Several   jurisdictions in the vicinity of Virtual have experiences “Flash Robs”. These   are groups of teenagers and young adults, both men and women, who descend on   a commercial store and, on a given signal, grab as much merchandise as they   can carry and flee the store in mass. The size of the group and the quickness   of their action made apprehension almost impossible for the overwhelmed store   employees. Targeted stores range from sporting goods outlets, and electronic   shops, to pharmacies and liquor stores. There is some evidence that the mob   is organized by codes using social media.  The Virtual Small Business   Association is petitioning the Mayor for a plan to ensure these mobs to not   attack the downtown business area. They are insisting on more police presence   (particularly during peak business hours) and closer cooperation between   the police and their own private security.  
The   Chief has decided to form a  8-unit task force. This operation   will be a collaborative effort involving both the Virtual Police Department   and other appropriate “partner” agencies within the criminal justice   system.  The Administrative Services Unit will draw up the proposal   for the Chief to take to the Mayor.  Your supervisor gives this   assignment to you.
1. Identifying 6   and only 6 departmental units that will be included in some manner   on the task force from the Virtual Police Department Table of Organization   chart. (See Virtual Police Table of Organization.)
     NOTE: All of Patrol (Commanders A, B and C, Captains, Lieutenants,   Sergeants, COPs and Patrol Officers) is 1 single unit.    If patrol is selected as part of the task force the requirements in #2 below   must be completed.
    ALSO: Selection of a “Commander” (e.g., Special Operations   Commander) as a Unit includes the official and their immediate   office staff.  It does not include each of the   subordinate units.
2.   For each of the 6 units selected from within the Virtual PD you   are asked to:
a)   Identify the unit and briefly describe its typical operational/administrative   role and regular duties in a law enforcement agency 
  b) Explain why the unit was chosen for this task force, what role it will   play on the task force
If   more than 6 units in the Virtual Police Department have a potential role on   this task force, you must select the 6 units having the most impact   and/or being most useful in achieving the reduction in violent crime goal.
3.   Additionally, you will identify 4 units in the Virtual Police   Departmental units that will NOT be part of the task force. For each of these   units not selected, you are asked to:
a)   Identify the unit and briefly describe its typical operational/administrative   role and regular duties in a law enforcement agency
b)   Explain why it was NOT chosen for this task force. 
4.   To complete the 8 unit task force, you will also identify 2 non-departmental units   from the criminal justice system that should be included in some manner on   the task force
a)   Identify the unit and briefly describe its typical operational/administrative   role and regular duties in the criminal justice system
b)   Explain why the unit was chosen for this task force, what role it will   play on the task force
In   order to present a convincing argument and demonstrate the depth of your   research you must include supportive outside resources. You must   acknowledge  the outside resources (or course materials) using   appropriate American Psychological Association (APA) citation format.
Again,   the goal of this project is to give you an opportunity to determine,   analyze and assess the role of various police department units, their   relationship to other units, and how their skills can be applied to counter   criminal activity. Therefore, each unit you discuss, must be supported by an   appropriate reference, in APA format.
Format:
Four   (4) FULL narrative pages, not including cover page and references page(s).
· The cover   page should be in APA format, and include the name and number of the course,   the name of the student, title of the project and the date of submission.
· The   composition may be a combination of outline and narrative with outline   statements separated by no more than double spacing.
· The   description of the function and relationship of each unit should be presented   as narrative.
· This is a   formal presentation from the Chief of the Virtual Police Department to the   Mayor. As such, it should be written is the third grammatical person.
· Resources,   including course materials, must be cited both in the narrative where   appropriate and on a separate references page, using APA citation rules.
· Projects   should be submitted using the Assignment Folder unless instructed otherwise.
· At the   instructor’s discretion, this project may be submitted to Turnitin or other   service for verification of originality.
 
Due Date
 
Mar 18, 2020 11:59 PM
 
Attachments
       
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Rubric Name: A MODEL Rubric for Projects – Max points
This table lists criteria and criteria group name in the first column. The first row lists level names and includes scores if the rubric uses a numeric scoring method.Criteria
Equivalent to an A
Equivalent to a B
Equivalent to a C
Equivalent to a D or F
Overall content of paper or project. Value: 20 points
20 points
The paper is exemplary. Content of the paper exceeds all information required by assignment, demonstrates critical thinking skills, sophisticated analysis and other perspectives. 
Points available: 18-20
17.9 points
Paper indicates effort above and beyond the Project Description in the areas of research, analysis, critical thinking, etc. 
Points available: 16-17.9
15.9 points
In general, the content of the paper addresses the information required by the assignment.
Points available: 14-15.9
13.9 points
The overall content of the paper addresses less than the minimal amount of the information required by the assignment. It demonstrates marginal work and does not reflect an understanding of the project.
Points available D: 12 -13.9
Points available F: 11.9
/ 20
Overall analysis and critical thinking Value: 20 points
20 points
Analysis and critical thinking is evident throughout the paper, beyond the requirements in the Project Description  
Points available: 18-20
17.9 points
Paper includes evidence of analysis and critical thinking beyond the requirements in the Project Description  
Points available: 16-17.9
15.9 points
The analysis and critical thinking is consistant with the requirements in the Project Description  
Points available: 14-15.9
13.9 points
The analysis and critical thinking reflected in this paper did not meet the requirements in the Project Description
Points available D: 12-13.9
Points available F: 0-11.9
/ 20
Responsiveness to Project Description: All elements are included. Value: 10 points
10 points
Assignment is formatted exactly as required.
Points available: 9-10
8.9 points
Assignment is formatted as required with minor/ inconsequential deviations.
Points available: 8-8.9
7.9 points
Assignment mostly formatted as required but missing some required element(s).
Points available: 7-7.9
6.9 points
Assignment is missing major elements, 
Points available D:6 – 6.9
Points available F: 0-5.9
/ 10
Responsiveness to Project Description : Application of theory and knowledge to the facts presented, accurate use of terminology, etc. Value: 10 points
10 points
Excellent understanding and application of theory and knowledge to the facts. 
Terminology is correct in all uses.
Points available: 9-10
8.9 points
Clear application of theory and knowledge to the facts.
Most terminology references are correctly applied.
Points available: 8-8.9
7.9 points
Application of theory, knowledge and terminology indicate understanding of the concepts and focus of the project
Points available: 7-7.9
6.9 points
Theory and knowledge does not apply to the facts presented.
Use of terminology indicates a lack of understanding of the concepts and focus of the project
Points available D: 6-6.9
Points available F: 0-5.9
/ 10
Responsiveness to Project Description: Organization. Value: 10 points
10 points
Organization is relevant to topic, clear and understandable with logical flow that makes the project easier to follow.  
Points available: 9-10
8.9 points
Organization is clear and does not distract from the project’s content.  
Points available: 8-8.9
7.9 points
Organization presents some MINOR distractions from the project’s content.
Points available: 7-7.9
6.9 points
Organization lacks relevance, is unclear, difficult to understand, or logic is missing that causes distraction for the reader. 
Points available D: 6-6.9
Points available F: 0-5.9
/ 10
Formatting, references, and APA citations Value 15 points
15 points
Assignment is formatted exactly as required, all required citations and references are present and APA standards are followed in every respect. 
Points available 13.5-15
13.4 points
Assignment is formatted as required with minor/ inconsequential deviations, resource requirements are met, citations and references are present and APA standards are followed. 
Points available: 12-13.4
11.9 points
Assignment mostly formatted as required but missing some required elements/ sources or some APA errors are evident.  
Points available: 10.5-11.9
10.4 points
Assignment is missing major elements, lacks required sources or APA is not followed however a different citation method is used correctly. 
Points available D: 9 – 10.4
Points available F: 0-8.9
/ 15
General Grammar/Mechanics Value 15 points
15 points
No or minor English and grammar usage errors.  
Points available 13.5-15
13.4 points
A few minor/ inconsequential mistakes in English and grammar.  
Points available 12-13.4
11.9 points
Some, but acceptable mistakes in English and/or  grammar.  
Points available: 10.5-11.9
10.4 points
Many mistakes evident in English/grammar usage.  
Points available D: 9 – 10.4
Points available F: 0-8.9
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