03 Jun The class projects are designed to aid you in critically thinking about a variety of criminal justice topi
The class projects are designed to aid you in critically thinking about a variety of criminal justice topics and to get you engaged in the problem solving process. They will be utilized in class to stimulate discussion and to prompt any questions you may have about the criminal justice system. The class projects are to be word processed, size 12 font, double spaced with one inch margins around the page (default). Your responses should be thorough and scholarly. Avoid jargon and street language as you are completing each of the responses to these questions. For instance, “cop” is generally unacceptable, “police officer” is preferred. A person may be “mentally ill” or “legally insane”, not “nuts”. I will be collecting these at the beginning of class on the date assigned. I will not accept late assignments for the class projects. It is your responsibility to bring the papers to class or in the case of an absence to e-mail the document as a Word attachment. Students should verify that the document is complete when e-mailed (mailing version to self and checking attachment). Attachments that cannot be opened or are blank are considered late. Papers should be 700+ words in length and shall reference the text formally at least four times. A word count shall be included at the end of the paper and a reference section will also be included. Remember this is not a book report. This is a written analysis and critical review in the form of a profile.
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