You are a law enforcement officer (LEO) representing your agency, making a presentation to a group of concerned citizens, including the media. Your objective is to sway the audience into seeing the issue from a different perspective (that of the police).You will use a PowerPoint presentation to discuss a current issue in policing to the attendees.Content Requirements:Choose ONE (1) of the following topics. It should not be the same topic that you wrote your essay on:Community Policing–Does it really work or is it a “feel good” program?Building trust with communities. Officer Involved Shootings: Public Perception vs. RealityGun Legislation & Law Enforcement (Will increasing gun control be better or worse for police? Will it make our citizens safer? Will it reduce violent crime?)Are body cameras an invasion of privacy or are they necessary?Is profiling justified and necessary?Why can’t the police stop the violence in Miami? (Drive-by shootings; increase in violent crime; gang violence)Should the police agencies investigate themselves or should outside agencies (state or federal) and/or civilian review boards be instituted?Should the grand jury system be used for officers accused of a crime or should it be eliminated? (What would replace it?)Police morale–Who cares? (Why does it matter?)Police corruption (from a law enforcement perspective).Use of Force–Is it excessive or is it being used to keep officers out of harms way? (De-escalation, minimizing; public perception)Include the following:Briefly describe the nature of the problem/issue. (Carefully analyze the problem: myths vs. facts; pros vs. cons.)Discuss the history of the issue.Describe the extent of the problem/issue (is it an actual problem or a perception).Use at least two actual examples/cases to illustrate your position.What are the best practices in this area? (What police agencies/cities/states already use the program/policy?)What is the recommended solution?Do not base your position on personal opinion.Use research and statistics to support your position. The audience members should leave your presentation feeling more informed.