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Crm1420 term 2 project Quality information and evidence

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Crm1420 term 2 project Quality information and evidence

  1. 1. CRM1420 Group Presentation: Quality information and evidence Adam Edwards
  2. 2. © Middlesex University© Middlesex University Your group project • Researching one of: — Metropolitan Police — Prison Service — Probation Service — Circles of Support and Accountability (CoSA) • Evidence: — Review literature and gather information — Use quality peer reviewed articles or books — Use Organisations web sites/statistics — Reference accurately using Cite them Right Online
  3. 3. ROLES IN DOING THE PRESENTATION  INTRODUCTION TO THE ROLE AND ORGANISATION THAT WORK FOR  the work of the different organisations and the main role they perform  what is their mission, what is the purpose of their work, or the main type of crime and offending are they seeking to reduce.  When was the organisation established? Who do they work with? Find some statistics about the work of the organisation you are researching.  SKILLS, ABILITIES, ETHICAL & PROFESSIONAL BEHAVIOURS  Attributes and skills that are important for the profession and key ethical and professional behaviours required for anyone wanting to join the profession  KEY CHALLENGES FACING ORGANISATION  why, how is the organisation addressing these  LINKING THE PROFESSION’S AREAS OF WORK TO THE THEORIES AND IDEAS OF YOUR OWN SUBJECT KNOWLEDGE & RECRUITMENT PROCESS
  4. 4. © Middlesex University© Middlesex University How to evidence well • Think before your search • Use Library Search • Use quality internet sources and statistics • Reference correctly
  5. 5. © Middlesex University© Middlesex University What three words? • For your group project • Define it in three (key)words • What are your three words?
  6. 6. © Middlesex University© Middlesex University probation* “Circles of Support and Accountability” Streamlining your search https://libguides.mdx.ac.uk/criminology/searchtips
  7. 7. © Middlesex University© Middlesex University Library search myUniHub > My Study > My Library > Library Search Refine: Scholarly and peer review Harvard references
  8. 8. © Middlesex University© Middlesex University Referencing top tip • If using Library Search… • Create a reference • Check and edit with Cite Them Right • Be consistent
  9. 9. © Middlesex University© Middlesex University Find things • Find one book • Find one journal article • Create basic references for both • Add to your PowerPoint on a last References slide • Edit these references later
  10. 10. KEY READING  Ragonese, E., Rees, A., Ives, J. and Dray, T. (2015) The Routledge guide to working in criminal justice: employability skills and careers in the criminal justice sector. London: Routledge.  Sheppard Library Second floor: 364.023 ROU  Ebook  REFER TO NOTES TAKEN DURING THE GUEST SPEAKER PRESENTATIONS (PROFESSIONS IN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM)
  11. 11. © Middlesex University© Middlesex University Cite Them Right Online myUniHub > My Study > My Library > Referencing > Cite them Right
  12. 12. © Middlesex University© Middlesex University Referencing with Cite them Right online • Guest lectures — COMMS > Public communications > Live lectures • Organisations — DIGITAL & INTERNET > The internet > Web pages with organisations as authors — DIGITAL & INTERNET > The internet > About referencing the internet • Journal articles — JOURNALS > Journal articles
  13. 13. © Middlesex University© Middlesex University In your PowerPoints: • Cite facts • Cite statistics • Cite images • References - final slide Basics > Sample text and reference list using the Harvard style
  14. 14. © Middlesex University© Middlesex University On your slides • Citation after a fact or information or image — Police are vital in maintaining law and order (Clements, 2008, p.20; Hayes, 1985, pp.123-125). — Fig 1: Image of Police dog (Clements, 2008, p.53). • Reference list on last slide — Clements, P. E. (2008) Policing a diverse society. 2nd edn. Oxford: Oxford University Press. — Hayes, K. (1985) ‘Policing society’, Journal of Criminal Justice, 13(6), pp. 581–581.
  15. 15. © Middlesex University© Middlesex University Correct your references • Check your book and journal references • Use Cite them Right — Every comma, full stop, quote mark matters — Check name v initials — Check italics — Check pages if needed • Check citations in the slides • Show them to the Librarian
  16. 16. © Middlesex University© Middlesex University UK crime organisations http://libguides.mdx.ac.uk/criminology/organisations
  17. 17. © Middlesex University© Middlesex University Find things • Find one organisation relevant to your project • Find a web page with useful information • Create basic reference for this page • Add to your PowerPoint on a last References slide
  18. 18. © Middlesex University© Middlesex University UK crime statistics http://libguides.mdx.ac.uk/criminology/statistics
  19. 19. © Middlesex University© Middlesex University Find things • Find one set of statistics relevant to your project • Find a page in the set with useful information • Create basic reference for this page • Add to your PowerPoint on a last References slide
  20. 20. © Middlesex University© Middlesex University Correct your references • Check your web site and statistics references • Use Cite them Right — Every comma, full stop, quote mark matters — Check name v initials — Check italics — Check pages if needed • Check citations in the slides • Show them to the Librarian
  21. 21. © Middlesex University© Middlesex University On your slides • Citation after a fact or information or image — Police are vital in maintaining law and order (BBC, 2020; Clements, 2008, p.20; Hayes, 1985, pp.582). — Fig 1: Image of Police dog (Clements, 2008, p.53). • Reference list on last slide — BBC (2020) PC Harper murder trial: Three accused ‘tried to esacape at all costs’. Available at: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england- oxfordshire-51834826 (Accessed: 11 March 2020). — Clements, P. E. (2008) Policing a diverse society. 2nd edn. Oxford: Oxford University Press. — Hayes, K. (1985) ‘Policing society’, Journal of Criminal Justice, 13(6), pp. 581–581.
  22. 22. © Middlesex University© Middlesex University Accurate evidence?
  23. 23. © Middlesex University© Middlesex University Evidence check C Current? A Authoritative? R Reliable or Relevant? P (Unbiased) Point of view
  24. 24. © Middlesex University© Middlesex University How to evidence well • Think before your search — What three (key)words? • Use Library Search — Refine in Library Search: scholarly and peer reviewed • Use quality internet sources and statistics — Criminology Library Guide organisations / statistics • Reference correctly — Create in Library Search — Check & edit in Cite them Right online — Cite facts/stats in each slide — Reference list as last slide
  25. 25. © Middlesex University© Middlesex University Need further help? Your Librarian is: Adam Edwards a.Edwards@mdx.ac.uk http://libguides.mdx.ac.uk/criminology

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