I’m looking for someone who does not use Chegg or Course Hero or any online cites to provide your answers. The professor checks these other sites as well. If you do this to provide your answers and don’t use your own, let me know immediately so I can choose someone else to assist me. I have been notified that an assignment was linked to Chegg or Course Hero etc.
Someone who does not Plagiarize others work from online websites.
I have word documents attached with the instructions.
Then let me know.
Your answers will be original?
- Read all the instructions and let me know if you have any questions about what must be done.
- Your answers will be all original?
- Do you guarantee that all your work is original and none of what you write can or will be found on any online site?
Therefore, I try to provide a longer time for the work to be completed.
I will check the book and see if they have anything about Women in Law Enforcement
Here’s the two pages that I found in the book (Pictures attached). Also attached a sample.
This is what I told the professor for my approval and a list of the References for this assignment. Hope I’m not flooding you with to much info, just trying to make it easier
I would like to do Women in Law Enforcement for my Core Assessment Topic. I choose this topic, because I think that women play an important role in law enforcement even though they make up a short percentage of law enforcement personnel. One of the reason’s that they play an important role, is their ability to deal with conflicts differently than men. Here are my six sources that I will be using for my Core Assessment. I retrieved 3 of the sources from the school library, two from the web and the last one is the text book for the class. Looking forward to your feedback on my topic and hoping to get this topic approved.
According to Worral & Schmalleger (2018), women are still underrepresented in law enforcement agencies across. The underrepresentation is attributed to the perceptions of enforcement agencies that they require people who are aggressive, stable emotionally, and physically fit, attributes that were predominantly associated with men. The early females in police departments mainly did social work. Worral & Schmalleger (2018) says that after hiring one female officer in Portland, other police departments in the area hired women who primarily worked in managing juvenile delinquency. Yu (2018) says that women joined federal enforcement agencies after President Newtown signed an executive order that prohibited discrimination when hiring employees based on race and gender.