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Written Analysis 1: Write a 5 to 6-page paper that describes “How the historical development of policing in the United States relates to the current relationship between police and different ethnic groups and social classes”.
Support your paper with examples from law enforcement practices, court procedures, corrections populations, or all three. It is worth 25% of your final grade. You must submit your written analysis within the drop box located in the folder within the course room in Desire 2 Learn. The similarity percentage must be 24% or lower for the paper to be accepted. Papers with a percentage of 25% or higher will not be graded and the student will receive a grade of 0. You must follow APA guidelines or points will be deducted. The point system for papers is as follows:
50% – Content – Did the student address the assigned topic? Were the resources used peer reviewed? DO NOT USE WIKIPEDIA! Dr. Brown’s golden rule: If a reference is missing information to properly cite the resource, then do not use it! Please consult with the school librarian to utilize Google Scholar, Galileo, Ebsco Host, Pro Quest, and other search engines to complete your papers. No quotations! 12-point Times New Roman. Only (1) one web reference is allowed. You may not use your textbook as a reference. Please consult with myself if you are confused about Turn it in or any other scholastic program associated with this class.
25% – Grammar/Writing mechanics – Do not use pronouns
25% – APA – Please invest in the 7th Edition of the manual. APA manual guidelines are also available via the course content section of the course room in D2L

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