You may use the Matrix document as a template.
Review the directions in the Future of Policing document.
Complete the Future of Policing Matrix.
Be sure each row consists of research with a citation and the citation is referenced below the matrix.
Format your citations and references consistent with APA guidelines.
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Future of Policing Matrix
Complete the matrix with identifying 10 trends, practices, or devices which are currently used or may be used in the future of policing.
In the first column, identify the trend, practice, or device. You may select from the many trends, practices, or devices discussed in the assigned readings and discussions throughout the course or from new research. For example, “wearable computers,” “forensic science,” “portable cannabis/marijuana breath testers,” “BoloWrap 100,” “intelligence lead policing,” “predictive policing,” “radio technologies”, “gunshot location systems”, “K-9”, etc.
At least one trend, practice, or device must be listed and identified as discussed in your collaborative group activity. Identify with (Collaborative Activity) which trend, practice, or device was discussed in your collaborative activity discussions in the first column, as noted in the example.
In the second column, create a brief scenario that illustrates the effectiveness of the trend, practice, or device.
In the third column, identify an issue or concern with the trend, practice, or device.
In the second or third column, cite your sources. Add references in APA format below the list.
Your completed assignment should be between 700 and 1,500 words.
|Trend, Practice, or Device||Scenario Illustrating Effectiveness of Trend, Practice, or Device||Issue or Concern|
|A helicopter is used throughout the month, radio call sign PD-1, to assist police on the ground with the detection and capture of criminal suspects as well as search and rescue operations. On June 20, 2018, PD-1 assisted the LASD by establishing a containment, command post, traffic control, and perimeter until relieved by a LASD air crew (Air Ops Highlights, 2018).||Aircraft have a limited time in the air and flying in the dark presents additional concerns such as flying into trees, electrical lines, or other aircraft, endangering the public below.|
Air Ops Highlights. (2018, August 1). June 2018 Highlights. City of Pasadena Police Department. Retrieved from https://ww5.cityofpasadena.net/police/june-2018-highlights/
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