Herbert Packer's Crime Control And The Due Process Model

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Herbert Packer came up with two criminal justice models. They are what this article analysis is about, crime control and the due process model. Crime control is all about protecting society from crime, and having control over the criminals. This can be done in several ways. One is by striking fear and having a harsh punishment upon that criminal. The due process model is that criminals are innocent until proven guilty. This could mean to be able to rehabilitate that criminal until they can get back into society.
The article I found was called “Crime Control, due process and ‘The Case For The prosecution’ A problem of Terminology? by Peter Duff.” It was about this debate between “Smith and McConville, Sanders and Leng. Who wrote: The Case for Prosecution.” It seems that the two terms by Packer have always had a lasting dual between each other. Duff the author decided to change the name “crime control to efficiency model to better understand.” He changed this because throughout this model it shows efficiency.
Both of these terms will always be against each other. One is supposed to help rehabilitate criminals,
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We have learned from past experiences that too much installation of fear, and punishment leads to horrible results. A person going more crazy, or not adapting back to society. Rehabilitation is something that will work, but only if the criminal is willing to want help. This process reminds me of disciplining a child. When a child does something wrong, you talk to the child find out why they did it. Then you punish the child in the way you see fit (spanking, taking something away, etc.) Until they learn to not do it again, but you also have to do this all with love. If the criminal justice system would take this into consideration they would have less problems. To be able to give punishment, but to be able to rehabilitate that person would be the best thing for society, and the criminal justice

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