You are in the same role you chose for Project One (Victim’s Advocate): Because you did such fantastic work with the training you held for community members and sworn officers, the Civilian Office of Accountability, a local advisory board, has invited you back to report back with specific potential ideas for the location you chose for Project One. The board would like to hear your thoughts on relevant issues, such as how other cultures view criminal justice professionals, and typical types of misunderstandings between such professionals and civilians. Directions For your report Describe different cultures’ or subcultures’ views of criminal justice professionals. Include at least three of the following (different from your own background) that are relevant to your community: Native Americans Asian communities Hispanic communities Refugees People of color Undocumented people Explain the general views that are culturally based. Describe the reasoning (often historical) behind those views. Describe incidents of cultural misunderstanding between criminal justice professionals and civilians. Address the following in your assessment: Language Religion / beliefs Illiteracy Deafness Describe professional practices that may create cultural sensitivity in criminal justice professionals. Address the following in your assessment: Understanding the public Diversity training Procedural justice Police legitimacy Diverse hiring practices Assess best practices to build trust within cultural communities. Address the following in your assessment: Creating an understanding of the community Transparency Accountability Positive community interactions Visibility What to Submit To complete this project, you must submit the following: Suggestions Email with Attachment Your suggestions for the board in your hometown area will be sent in a formal business email with an attachment. The email should be introductory—describing you and your task, and including a brief summary of the attachment—and the attachment should include the formal information they’ve requested.