the unit 2  When you look at television shows and read books, you might often encounter the term modus operandi (MO). This means a method of operating, functioning, or working. When crimes are committed, a perpetrator has an MO. In a 3–5-page paper What is the difference between an MO and a signature?Describe the background of each. For example, what are the driving forces or reasons behind a criminal’s MO and signature?Give an example of both an MO and signature. You may use an actual case, or you may explain the difference with a fictional example.Avoid using fictional depictions in movies, books, and television as bases for your research on this topic.Cite any sources using APA is the directionAbstract (One Paragraph- Answer this question, “This paper did what and how did you do it (meaning what data did you use)?Introduction (One Paragraph) –  Answer this question, “What is the focus of the paper and why is it important?”)Conceptualization of Modus Operandi and SignatureImportance of each within criminal investigative analysis? – Add examples here to support the importance. Focus on real cases not fiction.Conclusion (One Paragraph) the body as to be 1100 words i need tiles please if i have it i will pay extra  5 references please if you have any question let me know

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