Wesley Barbosa CRJ300 Social and Criminal Justice

Wesley Barbosa CRJ300 Social and Criminal Justice - Social...

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Social and Criminal Justice Wesley Barbosa CSU Global Social Justice and Criminal Justice are, and have been in a continuous conflict for a very long time. Of the two views offered in the textbook (consensus model of justice and the conflict model) I would have to take the conflict model as my preference. I strongly feel that there is many self-serving agencies and very fragmented cooperation. This reminds me of a quote from Albert Einstein, “In matters of truth and justice, there is no difference between large and small problems, for issues concerning the treatment of people are all the same.” ( Albert Einstein ) There are many consistencies and inconsistencies within criminal justice and social justice within the law. Some of these include the Bill of Rights, due process, and equal protection, definitions of crime, public order, and citizen protection. Some of the inconsistencies include differential access, voting, lobbying, and the fact that we do not base crime on harm, criminalize
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need, and biased laws. I feel the inconsistencies strongly outweigh the consistencies in the comparison of the law in relation to criminal justice and social justice. There are also many consistencies and inconsistencies within criminal justice and social justice within the police. Some of the consistencies include law enforcement Code of Conduct, rights protector, service provider, law enforcement, crime prevention, and peace preserver.
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