Page Referencing in Assignments

REQUIRED

 

The standard model for page referencing in CSMP® is illustrated in the first example below (as this is a real extract some content has been redacted):

 

  1. In periods of elevated alert, check (…..redacted…..) (Australia National Guidelines for Protecting Critical Infrastructure against Terrorism, p15)
  2. Introduce (…..redacted…..) vehicles and react accordingly (CPNI Hostile Vehicle Mitigation, p259)
  3. Locate support and (.….redacted…..) of sabotage (UFC Selection and Application of Vehicle Barriers, p38) and ensure VSB (…..redacted…..) (UFC Selection and Application of Vehicle Barriers, p44)
  4. Introduce a set of (…..redacted…..) through a VACP (CPNI, Protecting Against Terrorism, 3rd Edition, p15) alerts (…..redacted…..)
  5. Requirement that vehicle (…..redacted…..) removed from vehicle (U10, p73)

 

When using the above, it is useful to use highlighter over the references (yellow or turquoise preferred).

 

NOT REQUIRED - AVOID

Loose (imprecise or missing) referencing such as in the example below is not acceptable and could lead to a fail grade.

 

  1. In periods of elevated alert, check (…..redacted…..)
  2. Introduce (…..redacted…..) vehicles and react accordingly
  3. Locate support and (.….redacted…..) of sabotage () and ensure VSB (…..redacted…..)
  4. Introduce a set of (…..redacted…..) through a VACP alerts (…..redacted…..)
  5. Requirement that vehicle (…..redacted…..) removed from vehicle

References:

Australia National Guidelines for Protecting Critical Infrastructure against Terrorism

CPNI, Protecting Against Terrorism, 3rd Edition, p15

Unit 10 Textbook

 

Additionally, it isn’t required, nor is it necessary, to use Harvard Style referencing. (see www.open.ac.uk/library/help-and-support/quick-guide-to-harvard-referencing-cite-them-right)

 

Nor is it necessary to use footnotes e.g.

 

In periods of elevated alert, check (…..redacted…..) 1.  Introduce (…..redacted…..) vehicles and react accordingly 2.

 

Bibliography

  1. Australia National Guidelines for Protecting Critical Infrastructure against Terrorism, p15
  2. CPNI Hostile Vehicle Mitigation, p259