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Using critical thinking explain how crime analysis using GIS mapping
technology may be applied to a crime of your choice e.g., serial serial
rapist etc. In doing so, discuss at least one Crime-Mapping Strategy discussed in the literature and how you would use it. 2. Is crime
mapping an effective tool in combating crime? Why? Describe how crime
mapping can be used to support tactical operations.
Objective: CO2Instructions: You must utilize APA 6th edition format in your
response. Additionally, you need to include at least one (1) referenced
source. All forum responses need to be 500 words.
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Forum Rubric
Substance
(Possible 40
points)
Collaboration
(Possible 30
points)
Zero
Points
Zero
points:
Student
failed to
respond to
the essay
question
Beginning
Developing
Accomplished
Exemplary
25 points:
Presentation is
unclear; a basic
understanding
of the topic
and issues is
not evident;
explanation is
lacking;
segments of the
required answer
are lacking;
sources and
supporting facts
are not utilized;
length
requirements
may not have
been met.
30 points:
Student’s initial
posting did not
meet the length
requirement;
and/or
presentation
evidences some
confusion
concerning
topics under
discussion;
analysis may be
lacking and/or
elements of the
question are not
answered;
support and
references may
be lacking.
35 points: Student
answered/addressed
most aspects of the
question/topic posed
in the Forum; initial
posting met length
requirement; a basic
understanding of
relevant
concepts/theories is
demonstrated;
relevant sources were
located; minimal or no
facts/examples were
used in support of
presentation.
Zero points:
Student filed
none of the
required
replies.
15 points:
Student filed
only one of the
required
replies OR
filed the
required
replies but
failed to meet
length
requirements.
25 points: Student
filed the minimum
number of replies,
meeting the length
requirements and
evidencing an
understanding of the
issues under
discussion and the
views of colleagues.
Student failed to
respond to specific
queries posed to
him by colleagues or
by the Instructor.
Student did not take
initiative in advancing
the discussion
throughout the week.
40 points: Student
answered/addressed
all aspects of the
topic/question posed
in the Forum; initial
posting met length
requirement; analysis
of concepts and
theories clearly
demonstrates
superior knowledge
and a clear
understanding of
the topic; relevant
and scholarly
resources were
located and used
appropriately; facts
and examples are
used in support of
presentation.
30 points: Student
filed all required
replies and they
met the length
requirement; the
replies were
substantive,
thoughtful responses
and contributed to the
discussion; student
exceeded minimum
requirements by
answering all
queries posed to
him by others and
remained present
and actively
engaged in the
discussion
throughout the
week; student
reached out to draw
others into the
conversation and
drew connections
between and
among
subjects/issues
relevant to the
discipline.
Timeliness
(Possible 10
points)
Writing
(Possible 10
points)
Zero
points:
Student
failed to
respond to
the essay
question
Citations
(Possible 10
points; zero
points if
citations are
missing)
Zero
points:
Student
failed to
include
APA
citation
and/or
references
Rubric
Zero points:
Student filed
more than two
required
postings in an
untimely
manner.
4 points:
Writing
contains
several
grammatical,
punctuation,
and/or spelling
errors.
Language lacks
clarity or
includes some
use of jargon
and /or
conversational
tone; sentence
structure is
awkward.
4 points:
Citations of
reference
sources exist;
citations
apparently
correspond to
the correct
source but do
not enable the
reader to locate
the source. APA
6th edition
format not
evident.
2 points:
Student filed
two required
postings in an
untimely
manner.
7 points: Student
filed one required
posting in an
untimely manner.
10 points: Student
filed all required
postings in a timely
manner.
6 points:
Student
demonstrates
consistent and
correct use of
the rules of
grammar usage,
punctuation and
spelling, with a
few errors;
there is room
for
improvement
in writing style
and
organization.
8 points: Student
demonstrates
consistent and
correct use of the
rules of grammar
usage, punctuation,
and spelling.
Language is clear
and precise
throughout all
submissions.
Sentences display
consistently strong,
varied structure and
organization is
excellent.
10 points: Student
demonstrates a
quality of writing
consistent with
scholarly works in the
relevant discipline;
student is facile in the
use of subject-matter
vocabulary and
application of
concepts; writing is
pleasing to the reader
and absolutely error
free.
6 points:
Attempts to
cite reference
sources are
made, but the
reader has
difficulty finding
the sources;
attempts to use
APA 6th edition
format are
evident but
poorly
executed
8 points: Reference
sources are cited as
necessary, but some
components of the
citations are
missing and/or APA
6th edition format is
faulty in some
respects.
10 points: Reference
sources relied on by
the student are cited
appropriately and
accurately. No
writing of others is
left without quotation
and/or attribution, as
appropriate. APA 6th
edition format is
used correctly and
consistently.

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