There are four threaded discussions (forums) provided and accessed via the Discussion Board Link on the left hand main menu. You must participate in two of the four discussions and you must make a minimum of two contributions in each (so a total of four postings across two discussions. The first must respond to the original statement posted by me. Your contribution must be scholarly and include in-text reference to relevant literature as well as a reference list. Your second contribution must be in response to a fellow student’s contribution and again must be academic with reference to your readings.
Each posting must be no more than 250 words +/- 10% without penalty. Whilst it is important to name the student’s contribution you are responding to, it is not acceptable to make any derogatory or personal comments about the student. Focus on the academic/legal argument of the discussion. The combined value of your four postings to the discussion board is 10% and will be graded at the end of the semester.
You MUST use in text referencing. Work which is not referenced will be considered plagiarism and you will fail the subject. You must not re-use work, in part or in whole, which you have previously submitted in this or any other course.
Finally I have attached our School assessment guide for students which provides information on how to write an academic, fully referenced essay. If you’re not familiar with essay writing and academic referencing I expect you to read the guide. If you require further assistance with essay writing, research or referencing please check visit the Study and Learning Centre for support: http://www.rmit.edu.au/studyandlearningcentre
Be very clear that you can finish early but you cannot get an extension outside of the University ‘Special Consideration’ Process or with a Medical Certificate. Plan your time wisely. Although not essential, students should attempt to complete the assessment prior to commencing the next module as experience has shown students have failed to return to a previous module to complete the assessment. If this is not possible, make sure you return to the assessment task prior to completing the course.
- Crime Screen Examination
Provide an academic response to the following proposition. “Unlike American Television programs, crime scene examination in Australia is conducted primarily by sworn police officers who have few if any scientific qualifications. Is there a role for civilians to be employed in Australian Law Enforcement Agencies as Crime Scene specialists?” You MUST include in text references in your contribution and a reference list and be no more than 250 words +/- 10% without penality.
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