The topic title is criminal justice specifically law enforcement
The course book is Kouzes, J. M., & Posner, B. Z. (2012). The leadership challenge: How to make extraordinary things happen in organization (5th ed.). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
Project Requirements To achieve a successful project experience and outcome, you are expected to meet the following requirements. •Formats and content details: ◾Topic is Criminal Justice specifically law enforcement with 10 Annotated Bibliography Structure as described in a White Paper Structure. Your ideas are to be conveyed through a white paper. In the white paper you will identify and define a problem you feel needs to be addressed within your discipline criminal justice, describe the significance of the problem or need, and design an appropriate solution
Criminal Justice specially Law enforcement topic for your white paper from an area that pertains to your specialization. You can choose any issue pertaining to your specialization with the exception of communication problems between agencies. The areas suggested below are only provided to help you narrow the scope of your considerations.
For example, if you are a criminal justice major, select Option 1 – Criminal Justice. Then select a current critical issue of criminal justice. You may select an issue from one of the areas suggested for that option—in this example, law enforcement, courts, or corrections—or from another area related to your specialization.
The issue you choose must:
•Be of current import to public safety.
•Not focus on communication problems between agencies.
•Offer sufficient breadth and depth to support development of a 14–18 page white paper.
•Allow you to demonstrate the competencies included in the criteria by which the project will be scored.
•Have a body of research available to support your conclusions and recommendations.
•Written communication: Written communication is free of errors that detract from the overall message.
•APA formatting: Resources and citations are formatted according to APA (6th Edition) style and formatting.
•Resources: ◾Topic Proposal and Annotated Bibliography: Minimum of eight annotated references from peer-reviewed sources.
◾Complete Draft, Final White Paper: Minimum of eight peer-revised sources.
•Length: ◾Topic Proposal and Annotated Bibliography at least 10 annotated bibliography: Three to four double-spaced pages.
◾Partial Draft: Four to seven double-spaced pages, not including the title page and references page.
◾White Paper Presentation: 10 to 15 PowerPoint slides.
◾Complete Draft, Final White Paper: 13 to 21 double-spaced pages, not including the title page, addendum, and any appendices.
•Font and font size: Arial or Times New Roman, 12 point.
The last two units of the course provide you with the opportunity to make any final revisions to your White Paper project, based on the results of the peer review and on your instructor’s comments and suggestions about the draft you submitted in Unit 8. Once you have completed and polished the final project, you will submit it as the final course project assignment in Unit 10.
Refer to the White Paper Structure for a detailed description of what to include in each section of your white paper.
Project Objectives To successfully complete this project, you will be expected to: 1.Manage causes and threats to public safety.
2.Respond ethically and professionally to a variety of incidents that threaten public safety.
3.Think critically about public safety issues.
4.Evaluate the impact of multiculturalism and diversity on the public safety discipline.
6.Lead and manage public safety organizations.
Also Prepare a 10- to 15-slide PowerPoint presentation that educates your audience on key elements of the topic of Criminal Justice specifically Law enforcement for your white paper, focusing particularly on associated issues of multiculturalism and diversity.
Summarize the key points of your white paper (5–10 slides):
Demonstrate how you have integrated considerations associated with multiculturalism and diversity into your white paper (5 slides):
You will submit this presentation to your instructor for grading and comment, and present it to your fellow learners for peer review during Unit 6. You will then revise the presentation based on your instructor’s and peers’ comments, and include the revised presentation as an addendum to the white paper in later units.