Offender Tracking Mechanisms
Law enforcement has a difficult job, not only are they there to keep, protect and enforce your right, but they also have to keep a close eye on those who break the law. Law enforcement has difficulties tracking what they call “Offenders- someone who breaks the law, violates another’s rights or commits a crime against humanity”. Offenders often slip through the cracks after being released from jail and parole because there are so many them. In order for law enforcement to begin to track someone that person has to break the law, now yes many people break the law like speeding, jay walking, etc., law enforcement usually only track those with history or they commit a crime like selling drug, smuggling drug or sex crimes. Mostly major crimes are tracked by law enforcement; they track these certain crimes because they cause such destruction to society and the people living in it.
Law enforcement also has a way of keeping your criminal record on a huge file, this allows them to do background checks for new employees or when they contact a suspect out in the field this gives the officer a small background on the suspect to see if he or she is a life time criminal or if she was at the wrong place at the wrong time. Once a suspect has been detained, arrested and proven guilty of their crime they are sent to a prison. Once the suspect arrives there they become an inmate and from there are segregated by the crime they committed or the gang they are involved in. Once an inmate is released most of them are put on parole which they then are give a parole officer. The parole officer’s job is to make sure that they become a contributing American in our society, which means they have to get a job check in monthly or even weekly participate in a drug test. Some crimes that people commit will require them to register monthly at a local police station such crimes are ones that involve sexual crimes with kids or narcotics. They have to carry a...
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