Historical Development- Private Security: past to Present

Historical Development- Private Security: past to Present 

Writer for Chapter 1: Historical Development- Private Security: Past to Present This paper concerns readings of criminological theories with emphasis on crime causation and justice. ***This paper should be a critical review of each submitted articles. The writer must be proficient in criminology, criminal justice. Couse objective are on historical origins of private security ,examining and critiquing recent advances in private security development, understanding contemporary private security threats , issues, and information, review research on economic, business and financial security issues for private security and to expose the student to school security issues and trends and the future of private security in America and the world today. ***The paper must not contain plagiarism. It must be on point. Read the introduction. This should be the construct. Narrow Down Your Topic. Many good ideas are wasted because students have a hard time focusing on a narrow enough topic. If your topic is way too broad, try homing in on some part of that topic, and exploring that area in more depth. If cloning is too broad for a five-page paper, what about cloning Elvis? On the other hand, don’t turn in fifteen pages on cloning Elvis. Fit the idea to the space provided and be concise. I’d much rather have a paper that says a lot about a little, than a paper that says a little about a lot. Keep your focus clear throughout. Otherwise, those interesting related issues you delved into might end up looking like window dressing, added only to bring the paper up to its required minimum length. Profs see enough fluff that they generally smell it a mile away. Kind of like a sixth sense, or a really obscure super power. In your first draft, say what you have to say, then punch it up or trim it down as need be. Where’s the Beef? Each page of your paper should have around 1-2 references per page, as a general rule of thumb. So figure for four pages, about 6-8 references and so on. Many papers may have more than that, but if yours has less, you probably skimped in the endless hours in the library department. Balance Your Sources. Students are allowed to include other scholarly materials in their presentations; however, the core parts of the assigned articles shall be prominent in the reviews. The reviews must be word- processed, double- spaced, justified, and include basic information about the articles (title, author). Where reference citations are used, these must be fully and properly referenced using the APA referencing style. In this case focus on the articles and the references that were utilized for them. Neatness Does Count – Spelling and grammar will be considered in grading your paper. The point of writing papers is to teach you to organize your thoughts, and express them in a clear and coherent fashion, in the proper style. Be sure to insert page numbers, and check for “widows and orphans, lines stranded at the top or bottom of the page. Every word processor has a spelling checker. Use it on your final draft! Write From The Heart. Your paper (for better or worse) should be a reflection of yourself. If your topic is important enough to you to spend all that time researching and writing about, let your feelings show. Anybody can throw together a pile of photocopied articles and piece a paper together from their spare parts. Make this a labor of love. Well OK, sincere affection. Whatever. Try to get into it, you have to endure the process in any event. Your opinions are important too (surprise!). In some respects, your opinions are the most important part of the paper. If you don’t genuinely care about your topic, you’re going to have a hard time getting me excited about it when I have to sit down and read your paper. It doesn’t mean a thing, if it ain’t got that swing. Please read this section very carefully for this paper