Final Project Part I Submission: Proposal for Investigative Activities and Outreach
Your proposal must be approximately seven to nine pages in length (plus a cover page and references) and must be written in APA format. Use double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins. Begin your proposal with a fictitious header that includes the name of the agency you are imagining you work for, the name(s) of the suspect(s), assigned agency case number, dates of investigation so far, date of the report, and your name as the agent making the proposal. You should also attach a copy of the referred case data as an appendix to your proposal. Although as a task force member you already have access to the report (and this is not a graded component of the assessment), including it in the appendix provides assistant special agent in charge (ASAC) or supervisory special agent (SSA) with important supporting documentation for the proposal. Include at least five references cited in APA format.
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It must be a common problem in the entire world having to focus more on the community – level crimes and failing to place a recommendable amount of focus on the major criminal cases involving terror attacks with weapons of mass destruction. The Department of Homeland Security is not a special exception from the named problem where they have delved in what can be termed as, wrong investigative strategies which not only deter the solving of cases but also having no effect on the constantly rising crime rate in the United States of America. On the 15th August 2014, a case from the Explosives and Weapons Bureau has shifted a criminal case to the Homelands Security Department about a uncertain person with the possession of materials fit to construct a large – scale weapon (550 gallons diesel fuel and ammonium nitrate). More information from the suspect is that, he has already designed and constructed a single weapon which when detonated from his apartment is capable of killing and injuring a large population amid the destruction of assets and buildings within a ten – city block perimeter. The suspects apartment is reported to be in Minneapolis Minnesota. As evidence, on the January 15th 2014, the suspect has been recorded in the neighborhood surveillance cameras purchasing these materials and storing them in his apartment. On top of that, there is an eye witness to this incident from the local hardware store. The suspect is also an employee of ABC chemical plant and has been bringing in some chemicals from his workplace to his apartment. This report is filled in by Gabriel Malcom, the task officer in charge of this case at the Department of Homeland Security.