INSTRUCTION Decision-making and judgment. The scenario provided consists of anal
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Decision-making and judgment.
The scenario provided consists of analyzing the contents and identifying preliminary Issues. potential conduct allegations and the substantiating of allegations along with your reasoning for the recommendations.
You have been provided with all of the information you will need to complete your task. Please limit yourself to the information that has been provided in the scenario and attached submissions.
To reach your decision, you will want to identify the Issues that you must decide on, and structure your reasons according to those issues, in a clear, logical and concise manner.
You will want to resolve your issues by making clear findings. Your conclusions should de supported by sound reasoning and clear and concise references to the information presented in the Scenario and attached submissions.
You will want to assess whether the information you have can be relied upon in coming to your decision by evaluating its relevance, its credibility, its reliability, and the degree to which it tends to prove or support your conclusions.
Please note that the objective of this exercise is to give you a fulsome opportunity to demonstrate your ability to analyze the information presented and develop a logical, clear, comprehensive but concise rational and your conclusions, regardless of what these might be.
It is not necessary to repeat or summarize the information provided-as you might in formal reasons for decision. You will want to refer to the evidence presented in the case only in supporting or illustrating reasoning.
While this is a scenario, it is largely based on a variety of complaints that could be brought forward to the Military Police Complaints Commission.
For the purpose of this exercise, you are to analyze the information and apply the relevant statutes and regulations to structure your response and provide a rationale for your decision, by communicating clearly, which will be assessed.
The rated elements for the written exercise are as follow.
Qualitative evaluation criteria comprise factors and standards intended to assess the knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviours of the prospective member in the performance of duties, particularly with regard to decision-making.
1. the knowledge and use of statutes, regulations, evidence and procedural rules, in this case, knowledge of the application of criminal law, police ethics and civilian oversight of police forces, procedures ang principles applicable to the conduct of administrative investigations and quasi -judicial hearings and a general knowledge of the mandate of the Military Police Complaints Commission of Canada and its enabling legislation;
2. the quality of the analysis of the submissions and the summary decision, particularly with regard to relevance, clarity, precision and concision; the tone and approach in the language used for the questions and summary decision,
4. grammatical quality in terms of typing, spelling and syntax;
5. identification of key relevant facts and evidence, relative to the mandate of the Military Police Complaints Commission of Canada (in no relevant order); and
6. pertinence of the summary decision, and the reasons for decision, in light of the analysis of the evidence on record and nature of questions identified.