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    In this essay I will discuss about what criminal justice is and how it is related with my career. My topic will be about my career, but I am not that sure in what field or agencies I will get in in the future, so I will explain how the criminal justice system is administered by the three different agencies and give a brief information about those three agencies police, corrections, and the court. Finally I will let you know more or less what of these agencies I have more interest on and could be the one I will join soon. I am going to enter in the field of the criminal justice and in this paragraph I am about to explain some details of what consist criminal justice. Like the family, schools, organized religions, or the law, criminal justice…

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    As a student majoring in criminal justice, I have thus learned that it is an important skill to be able to take information from reliable sources and form an educated opinion on the topic. Beginning the semester with an unbiased opinion of the juvenile justice system, it has been interesting to learn about the overall system and how it works, as well as developing my own opinion on certain aspects of the subject. As far as an overall first impression of the juvenile justice system, from class…

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    Criminal Justice System

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    Within today’s society I feel like the criminal justice system is starting to make some big failures and law enforcement is starting to go down. However, I also feel that one big story can make the entire criminal justice system look bad. I dont think that law enforcement such as police departments, DEA, or the FBI make people feel like they are protecting and serving the community. A lot of people are afraid of the police, feel like they need to protect themselves from the police, and that law…

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    States, we know and understand that the criminal justice system has an inequality against blacks, Hispanics, Asians, or any other ethnic group. Criminal Justice doesn’t acknowledge other race as equals. There is lack of support in the criminal justice system were many of the issues are not address and will continue to encounter many problems. Something needs to be fix, not only for the better of the present but the future too. Criminal Justice is a perfect career to whomever wants to proceed,…

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    The Basics The concepts of administration are the foundation in the criminal justice system. There are several concepts that administrations must follow, so the organization to be successful. Every administration must great management ethics. There are several general conceptions of administration that elaborate in the criminal justice system. First of all, all organizations must train their managers about the importance of leadership. Managers are typically in charged in leading their…

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    This assignment gives the advantages of the justice approach and welfare treatment of young suspects and offenders within the United Kingdom. Applying the full force of the criminal law to children and youths has for some time been held to be questionable. In the United Kingdom, the period of criminal obligation is ten in England and Wales (in Scotland it is eight, inferable from a fairly diverse adolescent equity system). This is strangely low compared to where the rest of Europe are on the…

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    Criminal Justice Reform

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    Life Failure Preparatory What is the purpose of the united states justice system? Should Deterrence and justice really be the primary focuses in our justice system? From our constantly increasing recidivism rate to the increasing population of american prisons Our justice system continues to prove that it needs change. “If you want total security, go to prison. There you 're fed, clothed, given medical care and so on. The only thing lacking... is freedom.” -Dwight D. Eisenhower. This quote…

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    globalization on the U.S. criminal justice system. Then I will be comparing and contrast international criminal justice systems (Civil Law, Common law, and Islamic Law and Socialist Law traditions).Discuss the impact that cyber crime and technology have had on worldwide justice systems. • Differentiate the policing systems on a worldwide scale. • Identify major crimes and criminal issues that have a global impact on justice systems and processes (e.g., Somalia, Rwanda, Bosnia, Darfur, Congo,…

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    Criminal Justice Analysis

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    Legal scholar Packer stated four guidelines that prove that society has a justice system. One, the United States must be mindful of policy and protocol of making laws (Legislature makes the laws, and the local enforcement evaluates the situation and provides a solution). Two, these two should never cross each other; both must stay separate of each other. Three, there must always be a limit on the state’s power. This prevents overcharging and stacking the deck against certain people or groups of…

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    Drug addiction is the root of crime in the United States, in a 1997 report 80% of State inmates reported past drug use reported by Chris Mumola (1999). If the criminal justice system could reduce the number of people abusing drugs, it would reduce not only drug related crimes, but would reduce the amount of all crimes. A reduction in crime would result in a safer and more productive society. Without changing how the criminal justice system views drug addiction we will never see a significant…

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