Ppt | Criminal homework help


The Chief of police has asked you to create a PowerPoint presentation based on the research findings. Your presentation consists of the current and future criminal justice technology, examples and the benefits to your department.

Create a 7-9 slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation incorporating speaker notes that you and your team would present to the Mayor’s Committee for approval to purchase future technology for your Department. Convince Mayor Taylor that he should approve the funds for your precinct to purchase new equipment by analyzing the future of information technology in the criminal justice system.

Be sure to address the following:

   Explain the impact of information technology on the criminal justice system. You may choose police, courts or corrections. (What are the future trends and/or types of technology?)

   Choose three or more examples of how information technology in criminal justice will help the city in the future. (This could be police, courts or corrections in the field a look towards the future.)

   Describe how information technology can impact policing in the future. (What are some examples of the impact?)

   Analyze three current advancements in technology that the criminal justice system has implemented and how this technology has aided the criminal justice system in either solving crime or related to police, courts or corrections.

   Justify the technology that you choose (crime mapping,)

The PowerPoint presentation should have the following characteristics:

   Bullets for your main points.

   Use one basic slide design and layout.

   Text large enough to be read by your audience (font size 20–34 point).

   Limit slides to between 6 and 8 lines of content.

   You may use pictures, animations, charts and graphs to supplement your material as long as they do not take up the entire slide.

   Must include speaker notes to fully explain what is being discussed in the slide bullet points as though you are presenting to an audience.

   Contains a title and references slide.

   Research from at least two reliable sources to support the main message, including graphics.