120 words )• introduction • problem statement • purpose statement • hypothesis • literature review W r i t i n g

120 words )• introduction • problem statement • purpose statement • hypothesis • literature review W r i t i n g

Each student will be required to complete the term project, which is a research proposal written in an APA Style. The project should have at least 1000 words of substance not counting the cover and reference page. Please include a Cover Page, an abstract and a list of references. The research proposal you write in this course will NOT be sent to the IRB for approval. This is because you will not be conducting actual research for the purpose of this class. You will, however, gain an insight as to how to write a research proposal.

Each student will be required to complete a research proposal, as the term project. The research proposal will include the following:

• Title page

• Abstract (100-120 words)

• Introduction

• Problem Statement

• Purpose Statement

• Hypothesis

• Literature Review and Definitions included in the research

• Research methods/design

• References

• Appendices – as needed (annotated bibliography, example consent form, example survey if used)

The research proposal (Term Project) must be in a Word Document (.doc) uploaded to the student’s folder through the assignment section. Students will be required to use at least five scholarly references in their work.

Students are required to follow APA Style guidelines.

Address the use Quasi experimental or non experimental research method in the proposal

Please make sure that you are using the course-writing rubric to use as a checklist so that you write a solid paper.

Students must use a topic, which was approved by the instructor or their research proposal.

Do not include quotes in your work. The student needs to display good critical thinking skills and not a string of quotes written by published authors. Your proposal is what is needed for a successful research project to be conducted in the future.

Do not wait to the last minute to research, write, format, and edit. Proper time management is required to turn in a quality research proposal that highlights your understanding of how to conduct scholarly research.

Your Term Project must be submitted by the end of week 8. No late submissions will be accepted past the official end of the semester.

Due Sunday 11:55 pm EST

Title:

How Scaling Up Non-Police Agency in Responding to Emergency can Calls Reduce Police Brutality and Mental Health Issues in Urban Communities

These are the scholarly resources Id like you to use please

Geller A, Fagan J, Tyler T, Link BG. Aggressive policing and the mental health of young urban men. Am J Public Health. 2014;104(12):2321-2327. doi:10.2105/AJPH.2014.302046

Bailey ZD, Krieger N, Agénor M, Graves J, Linos N, Bassett MT. Structural racism and health inequities in the USA: evidence and interventions. Lancet. 2017 Apr 8;389(10077):1453-1463. doi: 10.1016/S0140-6736(17)30569-X. PMID: 28402827.

Negative illness feedbacks: High-frisk policing reduces civilian reliance on ED services.Kerrison EM, Sewell AA.Health Serv Res. 2020 Oct;55 Suppl 2(Suppl 2):787-796. doi: 10.1111/1475-6773.13554.PMID: 32976631

Jackson, A. N., Butler-Barnes, S. T., Stafford, J. D., Robinson, H., & Allen, P. C. (2020). “Can I Live”: Black American Adolescent Boys’ Reports of Police Abuse and the Role of Religiosity on Mental Health. International journal of environmental research and public health, 17(12), 4330. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph17124330

Duarte, C., Salas-Hernández, L., & Griffin, J. S. (2020). Policy Determinants of Inequitable Exposure to the Criminal Legal System and Their Health Consequences Among Young People. American journal of public health, 110(S1), S43–S49. https://doi.org/10.2105/AJPH.2019.305440