Chose a specific organised crime or terrorism problem and write a briefing document focusing on its prevention and disruption. Ensure your problem is clearly and tightly defined to help you stay focused (e.g. while ‘vehicle-bourne IEDs in cities’ may be used, ‘terrorism’ is too broad). If you choose an issue about which little has been written, you may need to draw more extensively on relevant parallels elsewhere in the literature. In your briefing document you should consider how various approaches to prevention and disruption have been applied – or could be applied – to countering this problem. Include relevant material relating to the main approaches covered in the course and beyond, including but not limited to: financial and legislative responses; situational crime prevention; military or paramilitary interventions; and community and partnership responses.Your briefing document should have the following broad structure:Title (‘Prevention and/or disruption of […insert your problem]’)Introduction of the problemCurrent counter-measuresBreak this section down into different approaches as appropriateFor each approach consider its strengths and weaknesses, drawing where possible on evidence from evaluations of these or similar interventions.Overall state of responsesHere you should discuss the state of current responses in its entirety, considering the overall strengths, limitations and gaps in coverage.Opportunities and recommendationsHere you should highlight key opportunities for intervention and make some recommendations for the future.ConclusionBibliographyThe nature of your chosen problem and the relevant literature will affect how much time and space you devote to each section, but ensure that all are adequately covered. The total word limit is 3,000 words including everything except: the bibliography, footnotes, captions and reasonable use of tables, pictures and graphs.