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    CJA 204 January 30‚2013 Criminal Justice System In this paper the theme is to discuss the peripheral of the Criminal Justice system and its roles. This paper will also explain the process of the Criminal Justice System. In addition‚ it will give a brief description of crime‚ its relationship to the law and the models of how society determines its acts. Crime and its relationship to the law The definition

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    issues is identity theft. Criminals are taken citizen’s identities and start living as if they are really these individuals. The distressing part about identity theft is that the victim suffers from these types of crimes for years to come. In this paper‚ I will identify the diverse major global crimes and criminal issues that have a global impact on national and international justice systems and processes. I will compare and contrast the various international criminal justice systems and how these major

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    helps a person be able to choose how to act in certain situations. Ethics is very important people who hold positions of power above others and serve as a leader in the community. Since they have a huge influence on society other members of the criminal justice system make critical decisions and the choices they make have a huge effect on the lives of the people within the community that they work in. Due to the positions that they hold it is very critical that they make the right decisions on how to

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    programs are staffed by highly trained professionals.   __T__5)  Advocates for victims’ rights assert the fundamental right of victims to be equitably represented throughout the criminal justice process.   ___T_6)  When the victim’s movement began‚ the idea of rights for victims of crime was already central to the criminal justice system.   ___T_7)  Son of Sam laws have faced challenges under the First Amendment’s guarantee of the right to freedom of expression.   __F__8)  Victim impact statements

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    Introduction to Criminal Justice January 06‚ 2013 Social justice is a concept of a society in which every human being is treated justly‚ without discrimination based on financial status‚ race‚ gender‚ and ethnicity. The Declaration of Independence states “all men are created equal.” Nowadays we call that equality “social justice”. All in all‚ social justice means equal justice‚ concerning all facets of society. Basically meaning‚ all

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    The Criminal Justice Procedure Name Institution Identify and describe statutory authority and responsibilities of justice system officials‚ security personnel‚ and private citizens regarding investigative detention and the arrest of suspected offenders The justice system in the US is a step by step legal procedure that entails private citizens‚ legal institutions‚ and law enforcers. As such‚ each party has a role to play in bringing justice to the victim(s) of crime. Private Citizens play

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    The Role of the Criminal Justice System is to maintain public-order (John Covey) CJ 100 Dr. Harry O. White‚ Jr. Park University Abstract This essay will attempt to discuss and contrast three segments of the criminal justice system‚ Law enforcement‚ Courts‚ and Corrections. Without all three sections working together‚ there would not be public-order. The first person an offender comes into contact with is law enforcement. These are the people who investigate and ultimately make the arrest

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    into their own hands not thinking twice about the consequences. Crime is not a joke‚ especially when it involves innocent civilians who can end up hurt‚ with no protection of their own. This is why criminal justice is so important‚ it is their for the people. It is their to protect and get justice. It is there for knowledge and for people who dont necessarily feel the need to know about the law and how important it is to understand its meaning. In the first few chapters‚ I learned that there

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    I have aspired to be a police officer my whole life and found it only fitting to interview a Police Officer from the Northern Virginia area. The officer told me of his own aspirations to become a cop and it only furthered my motivation. He said his goal as a police officer was/is to make positive influential changes for his peers by protecting and serving his community to his fullest potential. Before returning back to patrol the streets‚ the officer was a Student Resource Officer (SRO) at Herndon

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    Know the different perspectives of justice 1)crime control perspective 2)rehabilitation perspective 3)due process perspective 4)non-intervention perspective 5)justice perspective How is crime measured? (UCR) uniform crime report Can you calculate the crime rate if given the numbers (you need to know the formula)  #crime/total popX100‚000 UCR pros and cons PRO: paper trail; CON only 50% crime reported Index Crimes list and defined Part 1 (criminal homicide) Part 2 unofficial from NCVS NCVS pros

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