Does the criminal justice system need more or less of a governmental relationship to be effective? ...
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Does the criminal justice system need more or less of a governmental relationship to be effective?
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How does the relationship between government and policing affect the criminal justice system?Note:
To help improve the criminal justice system's, including local law enforcement's, ability to prevent and investigate incidents of terrorism, [ NIJ has sponsored research on policing in Arab communities; how terrorism laws impact State and local criminal justice operations, police work with public health agencies; and the role of prosecutors, case studies from 9/11, and terrorist group learning processes.
The Role of Prosecutors. Recently, a number of States have passed antiterrorism legislation that has refocused prosecutors' responsibility in investigating terrorist cases. Prosecutors have begun to change their process for screening, investigating, and prosecuting certain criminal offenses; emphasize intelligence collection; and pay increased attention to precursor crimes such as identity theft, fraudulent documents creation, and money laundering. More prosecutors will develop a well-defined role for their offices in responding to terrorism as they have an opportunity to use the updated legislation. www.nij.gov/topics/crime/terrorism/criminal-justice-response.htm
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