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Law enforcement agencies have a variety of different functions as a whole. Of the Federal, State, and local departments, each agency is organized to effectively protect communities and battle against crime. Together these three components of the criminal justice system work to accomplish a number of tasks. Although each division or agency has their own responsibilities, the various perspectives of policing functions are relatively similar. The overall functions of policing at any level include enforcing the law, preventing crime, arresting the offenders, keeping the peace, and providing service to those in need. At the state level, state departments work to assist smaller communities, patrol highways, and work crimes that fall under state jurisdiction. The federal police agency has many departments each concerning a different type of crime that affects the safety of the citizens at a federal level. How do these perspectives (functions) differ from those at the federal level in regard to organizational levels and management? The complexity of the operation of the government at the federal and state levels requires the delegations of set responsibilities to administrative agencies. Administrative agencies oversee specialized activities by making and enforcing rules that govern the operation of complex areas. In addition to being called administrations, these agencies are titles as authorities, corporations.
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