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CJA 463 Criminal Justice Policy Analysis Historical Policy Comparison




Historical Policy Comparison;In the past fifty years, the American system of criminal justice has undergone a number of critical changes involving policing, the courts and corrections. Landmark Supreme Court rulings, such as Miranda v. Arizona, and Mapp v. Ohio have shaped the way that law enforcement, as well as our courts, deal with individuals accused of committing crimes (Marion and Oliver, 2006).;The following information will focus on the evolution of policing, our courts, and corrections system into agencies, which reflect the changing and diverse needs of our current population of primary importance, is the need for communication and cooperation between law enforcement and criminal justice agencies throughout our country. It is imperative that policing, courts, and corrections continue to collaborate towards the goals of crime prevention, protecting the


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