Asian Americans and Law Enforcement

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Complete the following assignment in a 2 - 3 page paper with APA formatting: Why do you think many Asian/Pacific Americans keep to their own communities and express the desire for self-monitoring and within-community resolution of their problems? Are these efforts ever desirable from a law enforcement perspective? How can police agencies be of greater service to Asian/Pacific American communities in this regard?

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Asian/Pacific AmericansNameClassDateProfessorAsian/Pacific AmericansThe Asian/Pacific American is a citizens that descends from the Asian or Pacific Islands. Asian/Pacific Americans can consist of all types of groups, such as Korean Americans, Vietnamese Americans, Chinese Americans, Samoans, etc. Many groups within the Asian/Pacific American communities will create closed communities only designed for people of a similar background. What this means is Asian/Pacific American groups keep to their communities because they place a higher value on family and community over the individual and take active steps to uphold the traditions of the country in which they immigrated. Many other groups that immigrate to the United States will conform to the American culture leaving behind their past culture and traditions. This is not the case with many of the different Asian/Pacific American groups. This can be seen in the "China or Korean Towns" that develop in larger cites and are made up of people from the same original culture or background. It can also be seen in Hawaii with Pacific Americans sticking closely to their culture despite being born in America (AIEF, 2010). Many Asian/Pacific Americans groups live within their communities in order uphold their traditions and values. Asian/Pacific Americans groups express the desire for self-monitoring and within-community resolution of their problems because of the unique structure of the community. Many of thes

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