Challenges of the Criminal Justice Organization
August 30, 2010
Instructor: Michele Bradford
Course: Organizational Administration
Due to the increase in crimes and acts of terrorism there are many challenges facing the criminal justice organization. With demand and greater challenges being faced it becomes more difficult to cope with the everyday needs of the organization. Employees need to be well trained committed, ethical and qualified to handle the increased situations and the enforcement of laws that governs our society. The employees also have to be held accountable for protecting constitutional privileges and civil liberties of an individual. Several challenges are encountered when working with the criminal justice organization. In the wake of terrorism public policy and several hard questions are creating uneasiness among the general public. The challenge is to develop a working system that enables the criminal justice system that will combat terrorism. One of the issues is how and where to try the prisoners captured as a result of their involvement in the 9/11 attach. The confusion is a result of the existing structures that deal with terrorism and the review of such regulations should be enforced in order to avoid such loopholes (Wilson, 1985) Protecting members of the society through the systems of prevention and law enforcement is the responsibility of the criminal justice organization. Increased population has resulted in an increase in crimes locally as well as global, with this the criminal justice organization’s position is to serve and protect the communities and the world in which we live. With this increase in population the police force and other organizations of the criminal justice system have difficulty in keeping up with demand. The reason for this stems from decreasing budgets resulting in layoff’s of employees. This makes the employees job much more stressful creating tensions from the people they...
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