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    Community justice is a broad term that includes many aspects of involving the community. The main goal is to enhance the lives within the community through the creation of problem solving strategies and strengthening the standards within the community by restoring victim’s quality of life, and reintegrating offenders of crimes. Although community justice can be traced back hundreds of years. The model is still considered a nontraditional approach in today’s criminal justice sector. Due to its broad

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    Analysis on the Criminal Justice System Regarding the toughness of the criminal justice system of America, this has been a point of contention that has attracted different sentiments. However, I will draw this analysis from the interview I have had with Police Officer Israel Barreto who is a staff sergeant in the United States Army and works in the Criminal Investigation Department. Officer Barreto is a senior police officer who has been in the army for over ten year and has been in many different

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    Criminal Justice Majors

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    Contrary to popular belief the life of a criminal justice major is not all about being a hardboiled cop or a living a black and white noir film, there is actually quite a bit of disciplinary literacy in the background. People looking forward to a career in criminal justice should be able to write up investigation reports, reports to be used in trials, and documents relating to various types of criminal offenders. For a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice 120 credits including some general elective

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    Criminal Justice System

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    for the Criminal Justice System is to reduce the crime and the fire of crime. In order to achieve this it is using different agencies and the major of them are the Police, Prosecution, Courts, Prisons and Probation. They all are operating in synchrony for achieving their legal responsibilities and particularly for reducing the level of crime. The aim of this essay specifically is to discuss the functions of the police and how they actually fit with the objectives of the Criminal Justice System as

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    |[pic] |SYLLABUS | | |College of Criminal Justice and Security | | |CJA/304 Version 3 | |

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    The Criminal Justice System

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    and the need to protect people from injustice. (Peak 2001) I find the criminal justice system very beneficial to society. The Criminal Justice System has come along way. Theses practices were established in England prior to colonist settling here in America. The study by Herbert Parker recognized crime control and due process being two models of the criminal justice system. Crime control model resembles an assembly line justice, which a premium is placed on solving and closing cases with little concern

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    The Future of Criminal Justice University Of Phoenix Foundations of Criminal Justice April 19, 2010 The Future of Criminal Justice Terrorism has never been in the States; only in third world countries. Since 9/11-2001 is has been a reality and ongoing nightmare and hit close to home. The attack on the World Trade Centers in New York was a wakeup call. United States has been on high alert ever since, waiting for the next possible Terrorists attack. This paper

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    When individuals think of the criminal justice system, the first images that come to their minds are a judge, jury full of people, the prosecution, and the defense. These images are what make up the courtroom environment, however, no one realizes how skin color affects what happens in the courtroom. Although race should not be a factor in determining said person’s sentencing, it is and sadly results in wrongful convictions as well as riots and protests as of recently. In the Independent.co.uk article

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    In order for the Criminal Justice System to effectively deter crime, it is imperative to understand what causes crime, understand why crime exists and why offenders engage in criminal behaviour. In the 18th century criminologists such as Jeremy Bentham, Cesare Bonesana-Beccaria and Cesare Lombroso all established criminological theories, in an attempt to achieve this goal. The most influential theories are known as the Classical and Positivist perspectives. Both of these theories have had a long-term

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    The purpose of the criminal justice system is explained by three definitions: Control crime, Prevent crime, and provide and maintain justice. This sense of criminal justice has been the same since pre-civilized communities, where the elders of a tribe enforced the laws of the village. The criminal justice system has changed drastically from the times of kinship systems to today’s system of laws. As time has passed criminal justice has change in many ways, for example: the way they dress, arrest,

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