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How does the interviewee view the role of the victim in the pursuit of criminal justice (use the specific crime topic you picked in your Project 1)

Project 2: Field Interview
Instructions
No directly quoted material may be used in this project paper.
Resources should be summarized or paraphrased with appropriate in-text and Resource page citations.
Project 2—Field Interview: Overview
As part of your role as a system-based advocate, you have been asked to assess the officers’ and other community based partners’ understanding of crime victims’ rights through conducting various surveys and individual interviews of cadets that have recently completed the academy. For your Project 2 you will be interviewing one person in the allowable categories and providing a narrative summary of your analysis of the interviewee’s understanding of the crime victims’ rights movement and the history and evolution of this movement over time. This analysis will be provided in a 3-5 page paper that addresses the required questions and analysis below.
Project 2—Field Interview: Description
Allowable interviewee categories:
• Representative of a victim service organization (can include a victim advocate, case manager, or crime victims’ rights attorney);
• Prosecutor (within the civilian criminal justice system);
• Law Enforcement (within the civilian criminal justice system);
• Judicial Officer (requires that they oversee a criminal docket); or
• Defense Attorney (within the civilian criminal justice system).
It is important that the candidate you select has enough consistent interaction with crime victims to offer you enough information for your analysis.
Following your interview, write a narrative paper that explains your assessment of the person’s work and perspective/knowledge of victims’ rights. Include analysis on where their perspective is victim centered or could be improved. A large part of this project is for you to see what service providers and system players do on a day-to day-basis and analyze how it impacts their perceptions of victims and/or changes their interactions with victims. You must include at least five (5) citations to instructional course materials/reading assignments that you have accessed in the course. Incorporating these supportive references into your analysis is key to demonstrating what you are learning in the course and how it helped shaped your analysis during and after the interview.
Required information to be included in the paper:
• Agency name
• Contact information for the agency
• Date the interview was conducted
• Agency mission/goals
• Name of person(s) interviewed
• Type of agency, type/number of staff, and status, e.g., nonprofit, government, faith-based
• Type of clients served
• Geographic area served
• General services provided by agency
• Challenges the agency faces
• The representative’s interaction with victims and the point at which she or he comes in contact with victims
• Agency activities during a “normal day”
Required analysis to include in the paper:
The required information is offered for you to use as the starting point for your interview. The following questions should be addresses somewhere in the analysis that you provide in your narrative:
• How does the interviewee view the role of the victim in the pursuit of criminal justice (use the specific crime topic you picked in your Project 1)
• What is the interviewee’s opinion of the efficiency and effectiveness of the prevailing victims’ rights laws in their jurisdiction? If there are no codified provisions for victims’ rights by statute or court rule, why do they believe no such consideration exists?
• To what does the interviewee attribute the absence or reluctance of victims to participate in the criminal justice processes?
• What is the interviewee’s understanding of crime victims’ rights and the history of this movement?
Formatting Requirements:
Project 2 should begin with an introductory paragraph and end with a concluding paragraph. The full narrative should be between 3 to 5 full pages (not including the Works Cited page that references in APA format the five (5) selected course materials you used). The layout should include double spaces, 12 pt. font, with one inch margins that include first line indentation.
Please include a Cover Page for your assignment with the following elements:
• Include your name
• Course title and number
• Project title
• Interviewee category selected
• Date of submission

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Rubric Name: Project 2: Field Interview (2172)
Criteria Equivalent to an A Equivalent to a B Equivalent to a C Equivalent to a D or F
Overall content of paper or project. Value: 20 points 20 points

The student’s Project 2 is exemplary. Content of the paper exceeds all information required by assignment, demonstrates critical thinking skills, includes sophisticated analysis of the interviewee’s understanding of crime victims’ rights and other perspectives, and uses research support to demonstrate the student’s knowledge gained from the course.
Points available: 18-20 17 points

The student’s Project 2 indicates effort above and beyond the Project Description in the areas of analysis and critical thinking. All required information is included and the interviewee’s understanding of crime victims’ rights is present with multiple support from course materials.
Points available: 16-17.9 15 points

In general, the student’s Project 2 addresses the information required by the assignment. The required information is present and the analysis of interviewee’s knowledge of crime victims’ rights is offered with some support from course materials.
Points available: 14-15.9 13 points

The overall content of the student’s Project 2 addresses less than the minimal amount of the information required by the assignment. It demonstrates marginal work and does not reflect an understanding of the project’s purpose. There is a lack of analysis regarding the interviewee’s understanding of crime victims’ rights and lack of support from course materials.

Points available D: 12-13.9
Points available F: 0-11.9
Overall analysis and critical thinking Value: 20 points 20 points

The student goes far beyond the required analysis and critical thinking and offers additional perspectives regarding the interviewee’s understanding of the history of crime victims’ rights movement as it compare’s to the student’s understanding.
Points available: 18-20 17 points

Paper includes of analysis and critical thinking beyond the requirements of Project 2. The student offer additional analysis of the interviewee’s perspective of the history of the crime victims’ rights movement.
Points available: 16-17.9 15 points

The analysis and critical thinking present covers only what is required by Project 2 and does not offer additional perspectives of the interviewee’s understanding of the crime victims’ rights movement.
Points available: 14-15.9 13 points

The analysis and critical thinking reflected in this paper did not meet the requirements of Project 2. The required comparative analysis of the interviewee’s awareness and understanding of crime victims’ rights is lacking.
Points available D: 12-13.9
Points available F: 0-11.9
Responsiveness to Project Description: All elements are included. Value: 10 points 10 points

Assignment is formatted exactly as required.
Points available: 9-10 8.5 points

Assignment is formatted as required with minor/ inconsequential deviations.
Points available: 8-8.9 7.7 points

Assignment mostly formatted as required but missing some required element(s).
Points available: 7-7.9 6.5 points

Assignment is missing major elements and/or formatting distracts the reader from the content.
Points available D: 6-6.9
Points available F: 0-5.9
Responsiveness to Project Description : Application of theory and knowledge to the facts presented, accurate use of terminology, etc. Value: 10 points 10 points

The student uses excellent understanding and application of theory and knowledge of crime victims’ rights and victims centered approaches.
Terminology used reflects terms and language from the course materials.
Points available: 9-10 8.5 points

The student uses clear application of theory and knowledge of crime victims’ rights and victims centered approaches.
Most terminology references are correctly applied and reflect language from the course.
Points available: 8-8.9 7.5 points

The student’s application of theory, knowledge and terminology indicate some understanding of the concepts as reflected in the course.
Points available: 7-7.9 6.5 points

The student’s theory and knowledge is not relevant to crime victims’ rights.
Use of terminology indicates a lack of understanding of the concepts from the course.
Points available D: 6-6.9
Points available F: 0-5.9

Responsiveness to Project Description: Organization. Value: 10 points 10 points

Organization is relevant to topic, clear and understandable with logical flow that makes the project easier to follow.
Points available: 9-10 8.5 points

Organization is clear and does not distract from the project’s content.
Points available: 8-8.9 7.5 points

Organization presents some MINOR distractions from the project’s content.
Points available: 7-7.9 6.5 points

Organization lacks relevance, is unclear, difficult to understand, or logic is missing that causes distraction for the reader.
Points available D: 6-6.9
Points available F: 0-5.9
Formatting, references, and APA citations Value 15 points 15 points

Assignment is formatted exactly as required, all required citations and references are present and APA standards are followed in every respect.
Points available 13.5-15 12.75 points

Assignment is formatted as required with minor/ inconsequential deviations, resource requirements are met, citations and references are present and APA standards are followed.
Points available: 12-13.4 11.2 points

Assignment mostly formatted as required but missing some required elements/ sources or some APA errors are evident.
Points available: 10.5-11.9 9.75 points

Assignment is missing major elements, lacks required sources or APA is not followed however a different citation method is used correctly.
Points available D: 9.0 – 10.4
Points available F: 0-8.9
General Grammar/Mechanics Value 15 points 15 points

No English and grammar usage errors.
Points available 13.5-15 12.75 points

A few minor/ inconsequentialmistakes in English and grammar.
Points available 12-13.4 11.2 points

Some, but acceptable mistakes in English and/or grammar.
Points available: 10.5-11.9 9.75 points

Many mistakes evident in English/grammar usage that distract from the content of Project 2.
Points available D: 9.0 – 10.4
Points available F: 0-8.9

Overall Score Equivalent to an A
90 or more Equivalent to an B
80 or more Equivalent to an C
70 or more Equivalent to a D or an F
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