EUROPEIn this assignment you analyze organized crime in various countries and reduce your analysis to a PowerPoint with speaker notes.You will truly be an international criminal. The “crime” committed can be of your choosing is long as it is illegal in the country we are studying. You will find that this very deep dive into the criminal justice systems of each country we study will help you become a world criminal justice system expert.The following is an outline of the minimum points to be covered in your PowerPoint – Country/Area Topics:These are minimum guidelines – you may expand the topics covered in your PowerPoint – keep the quality at a doctoral level.1) Begin your paper with a brief analysis of the following elements:a. Country analysisi. Introduction to the countryii. People and society of the countryiii. What is the basic government structure2) Analyze the nature of organized crime in the assigned area (you may narrow the scope of your analysis through your introduction if needed)3) Analyze the impact of organized crime in the assigned area on the government4) Briefly propose policies that may be helpful in mitigating organized crime in the assigned area5) A Holy Bible comparison/analysis of the nature of the organized crime system, the impact on the country, or your proposed policy to mitigate the systemPrepare a 10 slide PowerPoint presentation. Title slide(s) and reference slide(s) do not count toward the slide count. The vast slide count difference is due to the fact that organized crime in some countries are quite easy to study and organized crime in some countries have very limited information. In some instances there will be a plethora of information and you must use skilled writing to maintain proper slide count. Please keep in mind that this is a doctoral level presentation. Your research must go beyond the mere textbook and have a minimum of 8 scholarly sources. The Holy Bible should be used at least once in the PowerPoint presentation. Each slide (of the 10 slides) must have 200 to 350 words of bulleted or paragraph speakers notes (in speaker notes section of the slide build). The slides should be professional and not cluttered with too many words. The sources should be reflected in the speaker notes, slides, and “reference section slide.” Additionally, you, the student, should use animations, transitions, and graphics to reflect PhD level research. Please review the grading rubric when forming your presentation. Sources should reflect scholarly work but may include .gov information is there is an author or if the information comes from a valid government research database (think CIA, State Department, United Nations, etc.).