Police Training Contributes to Avoidable Deaths in The US

Topic : Police Training Contributes to Avoidable Deaths in The US (Compare highly trained police from other countries and their police brutality rates) Papers are developed to be analytical or argumentative in nature. Avoid reporting facts without analysis included. You will need: A clear, focused introduction with a well-developed thesis Paragraphs should offer the reader evidence that supports the thesis and continuity through the use of topic sentences and connecting ideas back to the thesis Evidence from credible, vetted sources that are considered reliable. Avoid fringe sources as evidence. Anticipate counter-arguments to your point of view. This gives the paper some tension. Find ten reliable sources with a good balance of mainstream reporting and academic studies The conclusion should not repeat the thesis, but review the ideas and reiterate the evidence, leaving the audience satisfied that they have read a full account of your point of view. Papers should be 6 to 8 pages, exclusive of works cited page Work cited page should have 6 to 8 sources and be in proper MLA 8th edition format Sources should be cross-referenced with the in-text citation in the text of the paper Papers should have between 10 and 20% of quoted, paraphrased, and summarized material. If you have less than 10%, it’s likely you don’t have enough research to support your position. If you have more than 20%, you likely are depending too much on your sources and are writing a review of literature instead of a research paper. More info: Summarise the sources and then put your own voice to it. it will not be accepted if you just summarise the sources in your own words without your comments, arguments, agrees and disagrees. you will have a strong voice on your side for the topic backed up by the evidence of the sources. citation of Sources need to be in an alphabetical order.