Balance in the Administration of Justice and Security Integrative Approach

Apr 16th, 2015
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Write a 1,750 – 1,850 word paper that suggests how the evolution of justice and security over the 21st century may best balance rights and freedoms with vigilance and sufficient authority to protect the citizens in a free society, while respecting constitutional guarantees concerning individual rights. Pay particular attention to balance as a concept that serves as a guiding principle in administrative decisions for justice and security operations. Review the cumulative issues concerning the legal environment in which justice and security administration operates. Evaluate the changes in technology and mass communication with the effects these have on the justice and security areas. Evaluate the issues involved with individual rights versus the needs of the justice system and security to maintain order and public safety.

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Balance in the Administration of Justice and Security Integrative ApproachNameClassDateProfessorBalance in the Administration of Justice and Security Integrative Approach The criminal justice system in America was developed based on the common law principles of the British but through the constitution the criminal justice process in the United States is paired with civil liberties ensuring citizens are always afforded due process rights. While the rights and been adapted over the centuries some of the greatest changes to these liberties has occurred during the 21st Century. With terrorist attacks, new and ever changing technology, and the limiting of civil liberties in the name of public safety, the 21st Century will play a powerful role in the future administration of security and justice. Cumulative Issues Concerning the Legal Environment When the colonies in American joined together to form the constitution the goal was to create a strong centralized government and establish the rights of the state but more importantly to establish the rights of the citizen. When the constitution was created, especially the Bill of Rights, these rights were guarded fiercely but citizens and the government. These civil liberties are still in place and fiercely guarded but the threat of terrorism has reduced these rights for some citizens and technology has resulted in a new approach to civil rights. This has resulted in controversy over the rights of th

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