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In a group process, identify an emerging public safety ethical trend or organizational ethical issue and present the issue in a PowerPoint presentation posted to your Group Discussion area.

In a group process, identify an emerging public safety ethical trend or organizational ethical issue and present the issue in a PowerPoint presentation posted to your Group Discussion area. Groups will be assigned by your instructor during week 2 of the course. As a group, conduct research into your issue and incorporate the results of your research, including high quality references, into your presentation. The Ethical Issue Presentation shall cover all of the following topics: Presentation and discussion of academic and anecdotal resource materials Deconstruction of current public safety ethical issues related to your topic Discussion of the results of your group research into public safety ethical issues related to your topic, including high quality references Identification of acceptable and effective professional public safety ethical principles related to your topic, including possible best practices Include references on separate slide, in proper APA format The Group Project is worth 100 points and is 20% of your final grade. Each group shall prepare a PowerPoint presentation. The presentation should be 10 to 15 slides in length, excluding table of contents, graphics and tables, and references. Be sure to include references to support your presentation. In the following descending order of preference, information sources must be either peer-reviewed articles, government reports, or other sources approved by your instructor. Internet information sources from other than authoritative sources are discouraged. See the Group PowerPoint Project Rubric grading rubric for more information. Each group member must also complete an evaluation that will factor into the grade provided for the “group member evaluation” portion shown in the table above. Each group member may not get the same grade as the group member evaluation portion will be determined by other group members. These evaluations will be kept confidential. Not submitting group evaluation form, or submitting them late will result in a late penalty. The form is available in the Course at a Glance > PSAD 414 Group Participation Form. Start Date Due Date Feb 25, 2018 11:30 PM Rubric Name: Group PowerPoint Project Criteria Level 4 Level 3 Level 2 Level 1 Introduction 5 points Relevance of topic is apparent. The groundwork for the paper is easy to predict because important topics that will be discussed are specifically mentioned. 4 points A good attempt is made as to why the topic is pertinent, but it may be slightly unclear or lacking in insight or originality. Organization for rest of the paper is stated. 3 points Introduction may be unclear (contain vague terms), appear unoriginal, or offer relatively little that is new; intro provides little around which to structure the paper. 1 point No reference is made to the topic, audience, or relevance of the topic. Content 30 points Can earn between 28-30 points. Clear examples are given to support the emergency plan with a clear presentation of current challenges; overall purpose is supported. Reader gains important insight; analysis poses novel ways to think of the material; quoted material is well-integrated; coverage is deep without being redundant. 27 points Can earn between 25-27 points. Examples support the emergency plan with presentation of current challenges; reader gains some insight; there is occasional evidence of novel ways to think about the material. Quotes are well-integrated into sentences. Topics are adequately addressed, but not in detail or depth. 24 points Can earn between 22-24 points. Examples support the emergency plan with clear presentation of current challenges; however, reader gains little insight. Essay relies on quotes and paraphrases that are poorly connected. Examples support some topic sentences; there is no evidence of novel thinking, and there is intermittent support through evidence. 21 points Can earn between 0-21 points. Essay relies on the stringing together of quotes or close paraphrasing. There is a failure to support statements, with major content omitted; quotes are not integrated properly. Organization 15 points Can earn between 14-15 points. The ideas are arranged logically to support the purpose. Transitions link paragraphs. It’s easy to follow the line reasoning. Subheadings are used throughout the paper, allowing the reader to move easily through the text. Paragraphs have solid topic sentences. 13 points The ideas are arranged logically to support the central purpose. Transitions usually link paragraphs. For the most part, the reader can follow the line of reasoning. Subheadings are used throughout the paper to guide the reader without creating undue confusion; a few paragraphs lack strong topic sentences. 12 points Can earn between 11-12 points. In general, ideas are arranged logically, but sometimes, they fail to make sense together. The reader is fairly clear about what the writer intends. While subheadings are used, the content beneath them does not follow; many paragraphs lack topic sentences. 10 points Can earn from 0-10 points. Ideas are not logically organized. Frequently, ideas fail to make sense together. The reader cannot identify a line of reasoning. Subheadings are not used. There are few to no topic sentences. PowerPoint Quality 15 points Can earn between 14-15 points. Graphics are high quality and support concepts of presentation. 13 points Graphics are quality and present the material. 12 points Can earn between 11-12 points. Graphics distract from the content. 10 points Can earn between 0-10 points. Graphics are unacceptable. APA, Grammar, spelling, writing mechanics (punctuation, italics, capitalization, etc.) 10 points Can earn from 9-10 points. Essay is essentially free of grammatical errors. The writing is free or almost free of errors. 8 points Essay has a few grammatical errors. There are occasional errors, but they don’t represent a major distraction or obscure meaning. 7 points Essay has several grammatical errors. The writing has many errors, and the reader is distracted by them. 6 points Can earn from 0-6 points. Essay has a pattern of ungrammatical writing. There are so many errors that the meaning is obscured. The reader is confused and stops reading. Conclusion 10 points Can earn from 9-10 points. The writer makes succinct and precise conclusions and/or recommendations 8 points Some of the conclusions and recommendations are not supported. 7 points Some of the conclusions and recommendations are not supported; there are weak or trite suggestions for future. 6 points Can earn from 0-6 points. There is little or no indication that the writer tried to synthesize the information or to draw conclusions or make recommendations; there are no suggestions for future. Individual Participation in Group Effort 15 points Can earn from 14-15 points. Full participation in all phases with leadership role. 13 points Can earn from 12-13 points. Full participation in all phases with support role. 11 points Can earn from 10-11 points. Full participation in all phases. 9 points Can earn from 0-9 points. Less than full participation. Overall Score A Assignment 90 or more B Assignment 80 or more C Assignment 70 or more D Assignment 60 or more F Assignment 0 or more

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