Armed robbery in London

Ideally, a Problem-Solving Report is akin to a decision memorandum. A Problem-Solving
Report must be thoroughly researched and be richly accompanied by endnotes.
A good Problem-Solving Report will have the following parts.
1. Executive Summary
A short abstract of the paper content including all the Problem-Solving Report parts.
2. Problem Background
A. History of the Problem
B. Current Status of the Problem
C. Importance of the Problem
D. Definition of the Problem
Introduction to the problem. Keep it short and to the point. This section frames the issue.
3. Problem Statement
A. Identify the objectives of the entity that is trying to solve the problem and the
Statement of the Problem
B. Statement of Methodology Used in Analysis
C. Identification of Actors Involved
D. Impact of the Problem



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