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Write an original Problem-Solving Report about a real-life crime problem in the US. Use the report format attached.

Crime : Homicide In Seattle

You can use different sources to gather data but it better to include data from :

https://www.seattle.gov/police/information-and-dat…

https://crime-data-explorer.fr.cloud.gov/

Follow the rubric and the exact steps in the report format.

Include images and charts.

Write 1250 words.

The Report will be assessed using the four Course Intended Learning Outcomes (CILOs): Rubric PDF is attached.

Describe public security problems.

Analyze data.

Recommend responses.

Write reports in conformance with industry standards.

PROBLEM-SOLVING REPORT FORMAT
PROBLEM-SOLVING REPORT FORMAT
D R. MA MD OO H A . A BD E L MOTT LE P
JAN UA RY 2 021
Ideally, a Problem-Solving Report is akin to a decision memorandum. A Problem-Solving
Report must be thoroughly researched and be richly accompanied by endnotes.
A good Problem-Solving Report will have the following parts.
1. Executive Summary
A short abstract of the paper content including all the Problem-Solving Report parts.
2. Problem Background
A. History of the Problem
B. Current Status of the Problem
C. Importance of the Problem
D. Definition of the Problem
Introduction to the problem. Keep it short and to the point. This section frames the issue.
3. Problem Statement
A. Identify the objectives of the entity that is trying to solve the problem and the
Statement of the Problem
B. Statement of Methodology Used in Analysis
C. Identification of Actors Involved
D. Impact of the Problem
It concisely identifies the problem to be solved. It may be in the form of a question.
4. Alternative Solutions
A. Listing of Alternatives Considered
B. Comparison of Alternatives
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PROBLEM-SOLVING REPORT FORMAT
C. Constraints, Including Political
Enumerate the options and describe them briefly. It is common to provide three options,
but don’t force it to that. For and against arguments do not constitute two options. Give
the decision-maker some choices.
4-D: Analysis of Options: How does each option serve the objectives listed above (3-A)
and what are the other cost issues associated with each. Consider positive and negative
externalities. You should be sensitive to the options’ domestic political repercussions.
5. Recommendations
A. Description Recommendation(s)
B. Rationale for Recommendations
C. Plan for Implementation
D. Provisions for Monitoring/Evaluation
Select the best option and recapitulate why it is the best. Do a reality check. Does the
recommendation solve the problem; is it actionable? Your recommendation should
ideally be a stand-alone, and not require another iteration of the process to figure out
how to implement it. A good recommendation is never a suicide pact.
6. References
7. Appendices
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Rubric Detail
A rubric lists grading criteria that instructors use to evaluate student work. Your instructor linked a rubric to this item and made it available to you. Select Grid View or List View to change the
rubric’s layout.
Name: Problem Solving: All CILOs
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Description: This rubric includes all CVILOs and should be used to assess the ePortfolio Project
Grid View
1.1 Description
1.2 Support
2.1 Data
2.2 Analysis
3.1 Insight
3.2 Proposal
4.1 Cogency
4.2 Template
4.3 Style
List View
Unsatisfactory
Baseline
Developing
Good
Exemplary
0 (0.00%) – 6.55555
6.66666 (6.66666%) 7.66666 (7.66665%)
7.77777 (7.77777%) 8.77777 (8.77776%)
8.88888 (8.88888%) 9.88888 (9.88887%)
9.99999 (9.99999%) 11.1111 (11.1111%)
No potential problem
identi ed.
One feature of a
potential problem
discussed.
Describe multiple
features of a potential
problem
…and explain
consequences to
stakeholders
…and discuss
administrative
constraints a ecting
MOI engagement.
0 (0.00%) – 6.55555
(6.55554%)
6.66666 (6.66666%) 7.66666 (7.66665%)
7.77777 (7.77777%) 8.77777 (8.77776%)
8.88888 (8.88888%) 9.88888 (9.88887%)
9.99999 (9.99999%) 11.1111 (11.1111%)
No sources cited.
One source cited.
Multiple sources cited
…and quality of
sources described
…and relevance of
sources to speci cs of
the problem
discussed to produce
a coherent
justi cation.
0 (0.00%) – 6.55555
(6.55554%)
6.66666 (6.66666%) 7.66666 (7.66665%)
7.77777 (7.77777%) 8.77777 (8.77776%)
8.88888 (8.88888%) 9.88888 (9.88887%)
9.99999 (9.99999%) 11.1111 (11.1111%)
No datasets
identi ed.
Identify one relevant
dataset.
Identify multiple
relevant datasets
…and aggregate into
a single coherent data
structure
…and explain quality
with reference to
missing data outliers,
and relevant
metadata.
0 (0.00%) – 6.55555
(6.55554%)
6.66666 (6.66666%) 7.66666 (7.66665%)
7.77777 (7.77777%) 8.77777 (8.77776%)
8.88888 (8.88888%) 9.88888 (9.88887%)
9.99999 (9.99999%) 11.1111 (11.1111%)
No analytical
approach identi ed.
Describe one
analytical approach.
Describe multiple
analytical approaches
…and generate
appropriate
representations of
results
…describing any
patterns and
correlations in the
data.
0 (0.00%) – 6.55555
6.66666 (6.66666%) 7.66666 (7.66665%)
7.77777 (7.77777%) 8.77777 (8.77776%)
8.88888 (8.88888%) 9.88888 (9.88887%)
9.99999 (9.99999%) 11.1111 (11.1111%)
No insights derived.
One insight derived
from analysis
Multiple insights
derived from analysis
…and supported with
reference to the
literature
…and any limitations
in data or analysis
that may a ect
validity of
interpretations
discussed.
0 (0.00%) – 6.55555
6.66666 (6.66666%) 7.66666 (7.66665%)
7.77777 (7.77777%) 8.77777 (8.77776%)
8.88888 (8.88888%) 9.88888 (9.88887%)
9.99999 (9.99999%) 11.1111 (11.1111%)
No plan proposed.
Plan with one element
proposed.
Plan with multiple
elements proposed
…that includes clearly
detailed speci cations
…and discusses
feasibility within
context of MOI policy
and resourcing.
0 (0.00%) – 6.55555
(6.55554%)
6.66666 (6.66666%) 7.66666 (7.66665%)
7.77777 (7.77777%) 8.77777 (8.77776%)
8.88888 (8.88888%) 9.88888 (9.88887%)
9.99999 (9.99999%) 11.1111 (11.1111%)
No apparent
organization of ideas.
One link between
ideas is clear.
Links among ideas
make message clear
and easy to follow
…and provide
focused, relevant,
explanation and
support to the
argument
…and frame the
argument within the
context of a broader
discourse.
0 (0.00%) – 6.55555
(6.55554%)
6.66666 (6.66666%) 7.66666 (7.66665%)
7.77777 (7.77777%) 8.77777 (8.77776%)
8.88888 (8.88888%) 9.88888 (9.88887%)
9.99999 (9.99999%) 11.1111 (11.1111%)
No apparent
observance of
standards.
Irregular observance
of a limited range of
standards.
Regular observance of
all common standards
…with demonstrated
attention to detail
…and skillful
adaptation to speci c
contexts.
0 (0.00%) – 6.55561
(6.5556%)
6.66672 (6.66672%) 7.66673 (7.66672%)
7.77784 (7.77784%) 8.77785 (8.77784%)
8.88896 (8.88896%) 9.88897 (9.88896%)
10.00008 (10.00008%) 11.1112 (11.1112%)
No apparent
observance of
standard conventions
of formal written
style.
Irregular observance
of the most obvious
and common
conventions of formal
written style.
Consistent
observance of most
conventions of formal
written style
…with word choice
appropriate to the
intended audience
…and constructions
displaying variety,
suitability and
uency.
(6.55554%)
(6.55554%)
(6.55554%)
Name:Problem Solving: All CILOs
Description:This rubric includes all CVILOs and should be used to assess the ePortfolio Project
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