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School Security

PowerPoint Assignment:

  1. Select a local elementary, middle, high school, or college. (in Miami Dade County)
  2. Visit the school to evaluate its physical security (soft/hard target).
  3. Collect information on the types of security used.
  4. What types of crimes is the school susceptible to?  
  5. Provide statistics on the crimes that have occurred in the past year (most current data)? (MDPSP or college data)
  6. What policies are in place to protect students and faculty?
  7. What recommendations would you make to improve the security of the facility?

Slide Requirements:

  • Length:  10 to 15 slides (excluding the cover slide and the reference slide).
  • Design:
    • Be sure not to overcrowd your slides with information.
    • Be thorough, but also be concise.
    • Use bullet points to highlight main points.
    • If you use graphics, be sure to condense them, so your presentation is not too large. 
      • Sometimes too many photographs will not allow your PPT to upload.

Mechanics:  PowerPoint does not require that you write full sentences or paragraphs; in fact, this will detract from your presentation; however, your ideas must flow logically and your points should be presented in a consistent format.  Check your spelling and use standard American English.

You should consult at least three SCHOLARLY sources in preparing your presentation.  Your last slide should be a References slide following APA format.

Must be saved as a ppt or pptx format and submitted through SafeAssign.

  • If you use many photos, save your file in two parts and submit separately.
  • If you would like to include a video (YouTube), save as an individual slide and submit separately.
    • Posted: 2 months ago
    • Due: 
    • Budget: $30
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      PowerPoint Assignment:

      1. Select a local elementary, middle, high school, or college.
      2. Visit the school to evaluate its physical security (soft/hard target).
      3. Collect …