It would be a complete understatement to say there weren’t any trends that the criminal justice system was being plagued with. Between gangs, terrorism and crime in general we have a huge problem on our hands rather it be old news and a new crime trend. For the criminal justice system right now the possible retaliation from terrorist and what sort of technology advancement they might come with is going to be at the top of our list.
In the past (early 2000) the criminal justice system found problems with a demanding change that was going nowhere fast, I’m refereeing to the fast pace world and the computer savvy criminals that were growing. The police and other law enforcement agencies tried to keep up and gain the upper hand. While they managed to do this, little did they know that in 2011 they would have to become more savvy with technology and learn how to stop credit card theft from using a gas station pump and getting gas, or from someone stealing your back information, just from walking by them or swiping your card at the bank. “Predictions and visions of the future are marked by challenges, expectations, advanced preparedness, and technological developments. During this the first decade of the twenty-first century, criminal justice professionals are encountering enormous challenges and organizational changes. Whether or not the technologically advanced changes in criminal justice investigations and crime control will continue to significantly reduce violent crime rates remains to be seen. Technological and social developments as well as policy changes offer much promise for the future. “Muraskin, R., and Roberts, A.K. (2005). Visions for Change: crime and Justice in the Twenty-First Century. 4th ed. Upper Saddle River, N: Prentice Hall
Identity theft is an issue that has grown out of proportion in the twentieth century. Police are faced with jurisdictional and even the technological problems. They should be able to deal with this problem,...
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