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SCENARIO: You are a patrol officer assigned to a beat that has a truck stop loca
SCENARIO: You are a patrol officer assigned to a beat that has a truck stop located near a major highway. Hundreds of trucks park in the lot. Prostitution and drug use is reportedly common. At this particular truck stop there is a fast-food restaurant; there is also a diner near the truck stop. Your supervisor has been receiving complaints from parents about the location. The complaints generally are about seeing the drug syringes and “ladies of the night.” Parents are not happy they can’t stop in with their children for food and a romp in the play area without seeing these things. The kids are not happy either. Patrons from the diner are complaining to your supervisor about the same things the parents were calling about. They are also being “harassed” by panhandlers near the restaurant. The diner patrons are also not happy. Your supervisor tells you to work on this Problem-Oriented Policing matter; apply the SARA model, and submit a report to him with recommendations. Your supervisor is a stickler, and expects you to put in the effort to “do this right.” Instructions: Create a written plan using the SARA model to address the crime and disorder problem outlined in this presentation. Upload the plan for grading via the culminating assignment upload portal in D2L. You should create something that is quality; a work product that could be applied in a real-world situation. Your paper shall be written using APA-style guidelines (Assistance with using APA-style is found via the link below, as well as a Sample APA-style paper) You are required to use proper in-text citation and link each citation to a source listed on the reference page of the paper. SARA Model stands for S- Scanning, A- Analysis, R- Response, and A- Assessment Sara Model Explained Scanning: • The identification of a cluster of similar, related or recurring incidents through a preliminary review of information, and the selection of this crime/disorder problem, among competing priorities, for future examination. Analysis: • The use of several sources of information to determine why a problem is occurring, who is responsible, who is affected, where the problem is located, when it occurs and what form the problem takes. Analysis requires identifying patterns that explain the conditions that facilitate the crime or disorder problem. Sources of information may include police data (CAD, arrest, incident data, etc.); victim and offender interviews; environmental surveys; officer, business and resident surveys; social service and other government agency data; etc. Response: • The execution of a tailored set of actions that address the most important findings of the problem analysis phase and focus on at least two of the following: (1) preventing future occurrences by deflecting offenders; (2) protecting likely victims; or (3) making crime locations less conducive to problem behaviors. Responses are designed to have a long-term impact on the problem, and do not require a commitment of police time and resources that is not sustainable over the long-term. Assessment: • The measurement of the impact(s) of the responses on the targeted crime/disorder problem using information collected from multiple sources, both before and after the responses has been implemented. Allows feedback from all resources to include the officers and community.

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