THIS IS A 2 PART ASSIGNMENT!!! 700 words and power point INSTRUCTIONS ATTACHED
Students are required to write two (2) papers describing (2) major components of foreign country of the students choosing (instructor must approve selection). The assignments will require the student to research, write a paper, and make a presentation, by means of developing a PowerPoint presentation covering the material presented in the formal paper describing (1) Police/Law Enforcement of a foreign country and (2) The Criminal Law Components of a foreign country. The specific topics and grading criteria for the written assignments and presentation follow and are incorporated into this syllabus. Written assignments are to be word processed using Microsoft Word, size 12 New Times Roman font, double spaced with one (1) inch margins around the page (default), using the American Psychological Association (APA) citation method. Your research papers and presentations should be thorough and scholarly. Jargon, lingo, and street language are to be avoided and their use will decrease your grade. By way of example, and not limitation, “cop” is generally unacceptable, “police officer” or “law enforcement officers” is preferred. A person may be “mentally ill” or “legally insane” (they are not the same), not “nuts” or “crazy”. The material expected to be covered in each written project is covered toward the end of this syllabus. Keep in mind, the paper should be written as such. In other words, based off the material list pertaining to information that should be covered, make the information into a paper—do not simply bullet point answers. Further, ensure that you are crediting the source(s) used for the information that you are referencing by utilizing the proper APA format. The written paper must be submitted prior to the date/time due, as noted in the course schedule, and submitted via Blackboard’s SafeAssign feature. The PowerPoint portion of the assignment must be submitted via an electronic mail (email) attachment prior to the due date/time or utilizing the submit feature within the respective module under the assignment section. If the student runs into problems submitting the email due to size of the attachment, “note pages” of the presentation would be perfectly acceptable. If questions arise in regard to how to do so, in advance, ensure that you get with the instructor to work through PowerPoint to “print” the note pages if necessary.