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Criminal Justice Paper

Within INTL502 you are required to identify an intelligence collection-related issue that requires a solution.  In this case, you will select a topic or issues as it relates to your literature review (assignment 2), and final paper (assignment 3).You will need to:1) Identify an intelligence collection related issue that requires closer examination.2) Clearly state the problem.3) Explain why this is an important issue.  How will further research and solution assist with mitigating the effects of this issue?4) Offer a set of solutions, with an optimal solution for recommendation.Format. You paper should have one-inch borders on all four sides, use Times New Roman-12 point font, be double spaced, and not have an extra space between paragraphs.  All references and citations must be in the Turabian author-date style format.  Your submission should include:Title Page. Ensure you include your title, student name, date of submission.Introduction/Synopsis. Identify and introduce your key issue.  Provide a succinct synopsis of the problem and why the issue merits further discussion and resolution.Background/Problems. Outline the scope of the issue and provide background information to orient your audience. The focus of this section is to orient a decision-maker to key issues in order to facilitate the resolution of the problem on an understanding of the facts that you identify. This section should be supported by evidence – as opposed to opinion.  It is imperative that you do not shift from the mail topic and pose issues that cannot be resolved.Solution. Propose a set of solutions with pro’s and con’s to each. Recommend the optimal solution.Conclusion. Write a conclusion in order to wrap up the white paper and enhance your readers’ understanding.References. Include the references you used to back up your statements on a separate “References” page.