You have been asked to deliver a presentation to a group of government officials visiting from another country. They are interested in learning about how the US style of policing evolved, in order to learn how they might improve their own police agencies. Prepare an 8- to 10-slides presentation in Microsoft PowerPoint that addresses the following points. Your slides should be easy to read in a presentation setting. Trace the evolution of the US police system from the “political” era to the present. Analyze how events outside the control of the police have impacted the police. Analyze and explain the elements of today’s police structure and functions that were influenced by the military. Analyze how the 1982 “Broken Windows” article impacted police departments in the United States. Include a discussion of the recruiting and training process and analyze how these are different under community policing than under traditional law enforcement. Present the additional information in the Notes section of your presentation.
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