CJS 240 W8 Study Notes

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Drug Control Policy:Strategies forSuccessThe Big Three StrategiesLawEnforcementCommunity TreatmentProgramsEducation-LegalizationIncreasing LawEnforcement:Advantages: More Secure Borders Safer Neighborhoods More Law Enforcement for Other CrimesDisadvantage: Higher Taxes to Pay Law EnforcementCommunity Treatment ProgramsAdvantages: Reduce the Drug Dependency Reduce Jail/Prison Overcrowding Reduce the Impact on the Court SystemDisadvantages: Low Success Rates Drugs are Still PresentEducation and LegalizationAdvantages: More control over drug quality. Focus on EducationDisadvantage:Drugs are still Present New Laws will have to be FormedAs the New Drug Czar:Increase Law Enforcement Officers in HighCrime Areas Strengthen Borders, Ports, and Airlines Increase Federal, State, and Local DrugUnits through Federal Grants Increase Highway Interdiction Teams Utilize Military for Foreign Drug InterdictionReferences:Cole, G and Smith, C. (2008). Criminal Justicein America. Belmont, CA: ThompsonWadsworth.Siegel, L. (2005). Juvenile Delinquency: thecore. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing.

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