1. In Chapter four titled Academy Training you learned about academies and the different approaches they take in training police recruits.  In Washington D.C., the Metropolitan Police Department teaches its recruits about Behavioral Science.  Question:  How important is this lesson, especially in todays environment which pits community versus the police?  Be specific when answering the question and give examples. at least be 8 sentences.

2. based on the reading authored by critical race scholar Alana Lentin, please explain the problem with replacing race with multiculturalism in debates on human differences/minority groups. And how, do you think, does multiculturalism tie in with racism in the United States?For those of you who want to further improve their understanding of the term multiculturalism beyond this week’s assigned reading, I suggest you skim through the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy entry on multiculturalism. must be at least 8 sentences. ( articles will be provided)

3. Frank Serpico was a plain clothes NYPD officer who decided not to take part in the embedded corruption that was embedded in the NYPD.When bosses wouldn’t listen, he and another cop, Sgt. David Durk, found their way to the New York Times.For Friday write 400 words on who Serpico is/was, mention the history of corruption and the impact. What is the current impact (if any).And, as this a class on the Media and Police, make reference to the significance the NY Times played (as well as the impact of the best selling book and blockbuster film). Police bosses know about such corruption for years (as did elected officials). How did the media – in this case the NY Times force a change in decades long practices?Cite information. Not your own opinion.