community policing, minority viewpoint

community policing, minority viewpoint

Term Paper Requirements:
APA Title Page Intro ½ – 1
page Body 4 – 6 pages
Conclusion ½ to 1 page
APA Ref 1 page
6 – 7 pages
All academic papers should include a thesis statement, an introduction, a body, and a conclusion.
You may include section headings to indicate your subtopics. Your final paper should run 6-7
full pages (approximately 1,500 – 1,750 words) double spaced).
An explanation of the theory or reasoning behind the program or service’s utility and relevance.
Include:
• A specific example of the program or service used in Canada
• A critical analysis of the success or failure of the program or service’s performance (provide
evidence from your sources to back up your argument).
The course textbook (Griffiths, 2019)
• Three peer reviewed journal articles
• One Canadian government (departmental or agency) website (or a report found on the website).
Options include; Provincial or federal court websites
Correctional Service Canada’s website
City Police or RCMP websites
The BC Government’s Criminal Justice website:
https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/justice/criminal-justice o The Government of Canada’s
Department of Justice website: https://www.justice.gc.ca/eng/
APA Style Highlights:
Your paper should include an interesting title (NOT CRIM 1100 Term Paper). Assignments
should be written in an approved APA 7th Edition font, double-spaced, with 1-inch margins.
There should be no extra spacing between paragraphs, and long journal article titles or authors’
first names should not be included (they pad the word count). If you cite correctly and include a
reference page, I will know exactly which article you are referring to.
If you are using section headings, do not start a new page: I want to see full pages of text within
the body of your paper. Words should be used for numbers from zero through nine, and numeric
characters used from 10 onwards. Keep writing formal: do not use colloquialisms (such as kids
rather than children) and do not use contractions (such as ‘don’t, can’t, or there’s).