Your final assignment for this course will be to create a Community Policing Proposal to a fictional community.
Your instructor will be assigning you a fictional community profile this week. You will use this profile to inform the design of your Community Policing Proposal. The final proposal will include the following elements:
•A description of the community and its needs
•A step-by-step implementation plan designed with the specific needs of your community in mind
•A practical strategy that can be used to communicate your community policing model to the community and the law enforcement organization
Your instructor will send you a brief description of a community. Upon receiving the community profile, create a name for your community. Provide a written description of the community and a description of the crime issue at hand. You may add unique details to the description of the community or the issue if you think it will benefit your assignment. Submit a written description of the community for which you will be creating a Community Policing Proposal.
Describe how federal, state, and local law enforcement work together in criminal investigations. Answer the following questions:
•What is the scanning, analyze, response, and assessment (SARA) model?
•How does this model apply to community policing? Give 2 examples.
•Can the same models for partnerships be used in every jurisdiction? Why or why not?
This is the community :
Create a name for this community with the following characteristics:
•Of the people living in this area, 95% are Caucasian; 2% are African American; 2% are Hispanic; 0.5% are Asian; 0.2% are either Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander; and 0.3% are American Indian or Alaskan Native, of some other race, or of two or more races.
•17.96% of the population is over the age of 65. 61.29% are of working age (18–64). 20.75% are under 18, and 5.31% are under 5 years old.
•The median household income for the study area was $42,000, compared to a state median of $50,000, as estimated in the most recent Census American Community Survey. The number of households divided by income categories is shown in the Annual Income Category table. In 2010, 57.16% of households in the study area had an annual income of less than $50,000, compared to 50.24% of people in the state.
•This community has recently experienced a dramatic spike in drug activity.
You may provide additional details about the community if it will benefit your Community Policing Proposal.