Write down the key concepts from your topic and have a go at brainstorming as many alternative keywords and phrases as possible.
Thinking about your topic in this way forces you to describe your topic in "other words", which will provide you with some useful keyword alternatives as well as help you to cement your understanding of the topic.
A topic analysis will help you to clarify and understand what your assessment question is asking you to do.
You will generally be given three key pieces of information:
Assessment item 3 - Develop a national Multi-Agency Policy
Write a national multi-agency investigations policy (with justification) based on your area of practice.
1. Write a national multi-agency policy based on your area of investigations practice. (@ 2000 words)
2. Justify the efficacy of the policy and its future relevance and applicability to your area of investigations practice. (@1000 words)
Your response must reflect significant academic research and reference relevant literature, policy, legislation and case law (include at least 10 academic references).
|Instruction words||Write, policy, justify, research, reference|
|Qualifying words & phrases||Your area of investigations practice|
|Key concepts||Multi-agency, investigations, policy, future|
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