7-2 Final Project Milestone Three: Public Needs and Policy Recommendations

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Overview: For this assignment, due in Module Seven, you will submit the 2–3-page public needs and policy recommendations sections of your final project. This milestone is really about drilling down more deeply into the “drivers” behind your recommendations to the selected departmental policy. As you write these sections, you will identify what public needs are targeted by this policy and how well the policy addresses these needs. You will also need to examine how this policy can be changed or improved upon to continue to address the identified need and how these changes can be accomplished while at the same time improving upon the delivery of necessary criminal justice services.

Using the historical analysis of your selected public policy issue that you conducted in Milestone Two—as well as the research regarding the criminological theory that best explains the development of the public policies related to it—ensure that you support your recommendations in this milestone with the relevant criminological theory that you identified and describe how the theory or theories justify the appropriateness of the recommendations for the departmental policy. Incorporate feedback from your previous two milestones into this final milestone, and incorporate feedback from this milestone into your final policy recommendation report due in Module Nine.

Prompt: Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:

I. Needs: Now that you have analyzed the relevant state or federal policies and selected a related criminological theory, you will focus your analysis on your selected departmental policy. In relation to the departmental policy, you will identify the needs of the public and the relevant branch of the criminal justice system, and assess the extent to which the policy currently addresses these needs. Specifically:

a) Identify specific needs of the public and the relevant branch of the criminal justice system at the center of the departmental policy, justifying your identifications.

b) To what extent does the departmental policy address these specific needs?

II. Policy Recommendations: In this section, you will provide specific recommendations to the existing departmental public policy to improve the delivery of criminal justice services, justifying your recommendations, and examining the impact of the recommendations on the public and specific branch of the criminal justice system. Be sure to:

a) Outline the specific aspects of the departmental policy you are targeting for your recommendations, justifying your selections. What specific aspects of the departmental policy need improving and why?

b) What specific recommendations do you have to improve the existing departmental policy?

c) Justify how the recommendations will improve the delivery of criminal justice services. Provide specific examples.

d) How does criminological theory support your recommendations? How do the recommendations support the public’s needs? Consider how theory justifies the appropriateness of the recommendations for the departmental policy.

e) What are the potential impacts of the departmental policy recommendations on the public and the relevant branch of the criminal justice system? Provide specific examples. If the potential impacts are negative, how might you alter your recommendations?

f) How does your assessment of the potential impacts inform your departmental policy implementation? For example, how can you capitalize on positive reactions in the implementation of the departmental policy? How might you create buy-in where there is possible conflict?

The public policy I selection deal with Race, National Origin and Ethnicity. and attach is the historical analysis of public policy issue that I conducted in Milestone Two


Rubric Guidelines for Submission: Your Milestone Three submission needs to be 2–3 pages in length (excluding reference pages), double spaced, 12-point Times New Roman

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Running head: PUBLIC POLICY 1 Race, National Origin, and Ethnicity James Spann Institutional Affiliation SNHU PUBLIC POLICY 2 Race, National Origin, and Ethnicity The United States is home to millions of individuals from various backgrounds. Despite the fact that there are many citizens of national origin in the country, migration has constituted to a large number of people of different races and ethnicity. This being the case, discrimination is a common phenomenon in the country. The Federal government has however prioritized the protection of citizens through various anti-discrimination laws. Racism is considered an offense other than an opinion. Racism includes color, ethnic origins, national origins, and nationality. Racism is not a new concept in the United States because it started in as early as 1790. In most cases, individuals often differentiated themselves as whites and non-whites. They often associated black color with inferiority where the whites took advantage and used them as slaves (Omi & Winant, 2014). Eventually, the blacks fought their way up and have even held compelling positions like the presidency. In the year 1856, a racial Supreme Court decision denied the blacks fundamental rights including citizenship. The Jim Crow laws that were implemented between the 1950s and 1960s gave room for more racial discrimination and eventually allowing the blacks selective rights (Byrne & Stanner, 2013). In the year 1896, the same Supreme Court permitted blacks the use of similar though segregated facilities and accommodation. Between the period 1896 and 1978, the courts made multiple decisions that continued to discriminate against the blacks in the country. However, with time, people learned to fight for their rights and today, the blacks and whites in America have equal rights (Omi & Winant, 2014). The historical events in the United States including many court cases have changed the perception of the American citizens. For instance, people have learned to embrace diversity which has seen them elect black leaders to hold senior posts. For example, the election of Obama as President is one of the ways to show changes in America’s perception of ethnicity and racism. While most people commended Obama as an PUBLIC POLICY 3 extraordinary Negro, many whites stood behind him and appreciated his effort. With this happening in the political arena, all other sectors are prone to follow suit and leave racism behind. Criminological theories aim at helping individuals to gain more insight on criminal justice and crime in general. The rational choice theory is one of the arguments in criminology that try to explain criminal justice. It adopts a utilitarian belief where individuals make sound decisions according to the actions that give them maximum benefits (Eck & Weisburd, 2015). Individuals who decide to do acts of crime do so while they weigh the costs. Discriminating individuals by their origin, nationality or racism is a crime that is punishable by law. Following the rational choice theory, individuals need to understand the consequences of their actions both legally and to the social life of the victim. Even making racial remarks regarding other people may cause individuals to face jail terms. Despite the fact that racism has not ended in America, the immigration department opened its doors a long time ago to individuals of every race to get to the country (Gerston, 2014). Millions of people have since then moved to America in search of better life given that job opportunities are many. However, those that have gone to America with formal skills in areas like nursing and teaching have made better lives for themselves even holding significant positions in the country. However, things are changing with the new Trump administration as he has already started to exhibit racism by changing immigration policies not to include Muslims. PUBLIC POLICY 4 References Byrne, D., & Stanner, W. E. H. (2013). Jim Crows. Made to Matter: White Fathers, Stolen Generations, 108. Eck, J. E., & Weisburd, D. L. (2015). Crime places in crime theory. Gerston, L. N. (2014). Public policy making: Process and principles. Routledge. Omi, M., & Winant, H. (2014). Racial formation in the United States. Routledge. ...
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Public Needs and Policy Recommendations
Introduction
The police department and the service it offers is a very critical feature of the American
society and equally important, a crucial part of the country's criminal justice system. In the context
of this paper, racial, national and ethnic origins are in similar way issues that have held a significant
influence on the American society. Unfortunately, there has been a problem where the police have
in numerous instances acted unjustly towards individuals and groups of people from the minority
and often dissimilar race, nationality and ethnicity. For ages, the country has watched helplessly,
and most importantly, the criminal justice system has suffered impediments and hindrances due to
the inability by a section of the police department agents to reconcile with the fact that racial and
ethnic groups in America are now diverse and as such all American citizen require fair treatment
by the police. Policy makers in the criminal justice system have acknowledged the shortcomings
of the police department and as such have initiat...

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