As a member of the Virtual Police Department’s Policy and…

As a member of the Virtual Police Department’s Policy and Development Unit you have been called into a meeting with your supervisor, several other police commanders, and the Chief of the Virtual Police Department. This is what you are told by the head of the Criminal Intelligence Unit.
Several jurisdictions in the vicinity of Virtual have experiences “Flash Robs.” These are groups of teenagers, mostly high school age, both men and women. The group then descend on a commercial store and, on a given signal, grab as much merchandise as they can carry and flee the store in mass. The size of the group and the quickness of their action made apprehension almost impossible for the overwhelmed store employees.
Targeted stores range from sporting goods outlets, big box stores, and electronic shops, to pharmacies and liquor stores. There is some evidence that the mob is organized by codes using social media. However, it does not appear that these action are part of a larger criminal organization.
The Virtual Small Business Association is petitioning the Mayor for a plan to ensure these mobs to not attack the downtown business area. They are insisting on more police presence (particularly during peak business hours) and closer cooperation between the police and their own private security.
The Chief has decided to form a 8-unit task force. This operation will be a collaborative effort involving both the Virtual Police Department and other appropriate “partner” agencies within the community and criminal justice system. The Policy and Development Unit will draw up the proposal for the Chief to take to the Mayor. Your supervisor gives this assignment to you.
Identifying 6 and only 6 departmental units that will be included in some manner on the task force from the Virtual Police Department Table of Organization chart. (See Virtual Police Table of Organization.)
Selection of a “Commander” (e.g., Operations Commander) as a Unit includes the official and their immediate office staff. It does not include each of the subordinate units.
2. For each of the 6 units selected from within the Virtual PD you are asked to:
a) Identify the unit and briefly describe its typical operational/administrative role and regular duties in a law enforcement agency.
b) Explain why the unit was chosen for this task force, what role it will play on the task force.
If a unit would do the same thing whether it was part of the task force or not, there is no reason to include it in the task force. For example, the Evidence Locker would handle any physical evidence exactly the same way whether or not it was on the task force.
If more than 6 units in the Virtual Police Department have a potential role on this task force, you must select the 6 units having the most impact and/or being most useful in achieving the goal of preventing the flash robs from every occurring.
3. Additionally, you will identify 4 units in the Virtual Police Departmental units that will NOT be part of the task force. For each of these units not selected, you are asked to:
a) Identify the unit and briefly describe its typical operational/administrative role and regular duties in a law enforcement agency.
b) Explain why it was NOT chosen for this task force. Be specific. While some units’ specialty may not be involved with these flash robs. Other units could be used, but their role may not be the best choice.
4. To complete the 8 unit task force, you will also identify 2 non-departmental organizations, besides Virtual Small Business Association, from the community that should be included in some manner on the task force
a) Identify the organization, and briefly describe its typical operational/administrative role and regular duties in the community.
b) Explain why the organization was chosen for this task force, what role it will play on the task force.
c) Explain the role that the Virtual Small Business Association will play in this task force as a partner.
You are free to select any community-based, law enforcement, or other criminal justice organization. These non-departmental organizations should provide resources and options that the Virtual Police Department does not have on its own.
As well, any organization should be identified as being part of the City of Virtual. This means that if you decide to use a real organization, such as the “Maryland Boys’ and Girls’ Club,” in your task force, you would cite to their webpage, but identify the group in your paper as the, “City of Virtual Boys’ and Girls’ Club.”
One more word of advice: This paper will be presented by the Chief of Police to the Mayor of Virtual. Make sure you use the appropriate word choices and include the information the Mayor would need.

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