CJA 204_week_1__criminal_justice_system_paper

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Components of the Criminal Justice SystemCJA 204The American Criminal Justice system has many components. A major component is crime, naturally. Without crime, there would be no need for a criminal justice system. Crime can be defined as, "a violation of a law in which there is injury to the public or a member of the public and a term in jail or prison, and/or a fine as possible penalties" (Farlex, 2011). After a crime is committed, the victim and perpetrator will likely become very familiar with the next component of the criminal justice system, law enforcement.Law enforcement has many different levels in America. There are federal, state and local police agencies, all with the same goal of stopping crime, arresting suspects, and completing investigations when a crime is committed or there is suspicion that a crime has been committed. However, police are responsible for so much more than people realize. Law enforcement would rather crimes not occur, and for this reason, agencies spend a lot of time trying to deter criminals or prevent crime (North Carolina Wesleyan College). In this post-9/11 world, law enforcement is also responsible at all levels for preventing another terrorist attack. Anyone who has visited New York recently will know that at every subway station, there are heavily armed National Guard and NYPD officers with bomb sniffing dogs walking around every station. This is an example of law enforcement in the role of dete

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