Criminal Justice System
|Criminal Justice System|| |
the collection of all agencies that perform criminal justice functions, whether these are operations or administration or technical support. The basic divisions of the criminal justice system are police, courts, and corrections
consists in the ordering of human relations in accordance with the general principles impartially applied.
is a process or orderly administration.
|Crime Suppression|| |
The process of eliminating or reducing the opportunity of the would be criminal in committing a crime.
|Crime Prevention||The process or method of eliminating the desire on the part of the potential criminal to commit a crime.|
|A person can be branded as criminal:|
*He must have committed a crime.
*He must have been apprehended and investigated by the police.
*By virtue of sufficient physical evidence and testimony of witnesses,he must have been arrested.
*Due to the presence of prima facie evidence,the case was forwarded to the court by the investigating fiscal prosecutor for trial.
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