CJS 230 Week 4-Assignment - Prison Systems

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The Prison SystemCJS 230Axia University of PhoenixThe United States has a strong judiciary System, in which functions to incarcerate the lowest of lows. The incarceration of the worst offenders that are often found to be a menace to society is an area of the judiciary system that protects the law abiding citizens of the United States. Prisons serve as a place of confinement, which includes limited freedoms and exceptional discipline. The United States has two main types of prisons; state prisons and federal prisons. These facilities are responsible for enforcing the court ordered punishment on convicted criminal offenders.The Department of Corrections for each state generally is the institution in which oversees the prisons of that particular state. These facilities are operated by the state government of the state that the prison is in. Within each state, it is also possible for some prison facilities to be privately run as well.With criminal behavior being a major issue in the United States, both jails and prisons were constructed to detain these offenders. The more serious the crime the more time an offender is sentenced to. The amount of time an offender is sentenced to determines where the prisoner will serve his or her time incarcerated. Generally is an offender is sentenced to more than one year of incarceration time they will serve that time in a prison, anything less than a jail incarceration time can be served in the jail. Prisons serve the purpos

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