Humanities
BCJ2000 Columbia Southern Criminal Justice System & Individual Rights Journal

BCJ2000 Introduction to Criminal Justice

Columbia Southern University

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Considering the goal of our criminal justice system hinges on equity and fairness, do you feel it is truly possible to achieve a balance between maintaining individual rights and personal freedoms with crime control? When considering this, place yourself in the shoes of a law enforcement officer who has to not only protect the community, but also ensure our rights are preserved at the same time. Explain your reasoning.

Your journal entry must be at least 200 words. References or citations are not necessary.

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A lot of challenges are experienced when it comes to controlling crime and maintaining
individual rights and personal freedom. It is because law enforcement authorities h...

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