Criminal Justice

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Criminal Justice Abstract: According to one recent study, around 5% of the GDP goes on crime control. In spite of these measures, the crime in the last few years has increased. A number of studies have indicated that crime prevention can considerably cut down on offences as well as costs. High-tech crimes are a new kind of white-collar crimes that can be one single event or constant and usually involve the theft of information, resources, or funds. Organization is very important to any establishment, professional or otherwise. Organization is what keeps things running smoothly and proficiently, so that the main job, in this case law enforcement, can be accomplished without the added hassle and confusion that being unorganized always inevitably brings. Introduction: In the past few decades, the rate of crime and the costs to prevent it has skyrocketed. Government is spending huge amount of their money and resources on preventing, investigating and dealing with the consequences of these crimes on social and public life. According to one recent study, around 5% of the GDP goes on crime control. In spite of these measures, the crime in the last few years has increased. With crime persistently resisting so-called "disciplinary" efforts to fight it, curiosity among legal experts has progressively shifted to new methods of preventing criminality, rather than punishing it (Lunde 2004). A number of studies have indicated that crime prevention can considerably cut down on

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