CCTV or access code could be the reason. As soon as the breach is discovered, and the intruder is apprehended/identified checks should be made to verify the condition of the equipment. CCTV monitors will checked by using the “eyes on” method. Placing a guard near each camera Instructions will be given for certain activities, i.e. jump, walk run to be performed.
There are also specific photographs that need to be taken at the crime scene to ensure a couple different things. One that the crime scene can be reconstructed and two that the crimes can be linked back to a suspect. Once this has been done it is important to know if the computer is on a linked network or not and whether you should shut down the computer. There are also certain circumstances that make forensic evidence inadmissible in court and this is important to know so that procedure is followed to ensure all evidence will stick to a suspect. When it comes to a crime scene investigator there are certain things they can and can not do in regards to a body at the crime scene.
The IT Department introduced the innovation to the commissioner’s court for voting and as an effort to reduce cost to taxpayers. AIS unbeneficial acts from the beginning were causing chaos in the jail releases for offenders and other glitches and disruptions in the courts. The IT Department is still trying to repair some glitches behind the scenes and Dallas County is still overcoming the impact of the labor and technical support costs (Krause,
“A formal justice system is one in which laws are set and enforced and punishments are administered by state institutions such as courts, police, judges and prisons” (Ask.) A justice system can possibly encourage deviance and crime because there are some people who do not like to follow the law. An example of this behavior can simply be driving under the influence of alcohol. In our society everyone knows that it is against the law to operate a motor vehicle in this condition but yet there are so many people still doing it. Crime will always be committed as police are not always looking over people’s shoulders to ensure people will not break the law.
Drivers are arrested daily, some being first time offenders while many are repeat offenders. Although laws differ from state to state here is a typical routine facing repeat offenders “Getting an attorney in hopes of getting a reduced a reduced sentence or pleading to a reduced charge is a waste of time and money in many states. The penalties that the judge must impose are mandated by state law. In some states even first offenders may be facing license suspensions and a weekend in jail” is quite lenient in my opinion. “Many states have passed a Habitual violator law, which provide felony penalties for three Dui convictions.
They STOP THE INCARCERATION AND START THE REHABILITATION 15 participate in anger management courses and substance abuse counseling if necessary, and do manual labor on the facility grounds or in the community. (Clark, 2013). Although shock incarceration is a better solution then adult prisons, it has been criticized over its incidents involving abuse of inmates by staff. (Cullen, 2012) Punishment and rehabilitation are a major part of the criminal justice system and will be effective in controlling crime if there is a way to incorporate the two factors to work together. Punishing and following up with rehabilitation through community supervision can help prevent crime.
The Advantages of Becoming a Surveillance Society by Rey A. Oquendo Senior Seminar in Criminal Justice Professor Loyal G. Evans 18 July 2010 Introduction Are we becoming a surveillance society? In a society fixated with punishing criminals with severity a new trend is taking the place of traditional prison or jail terms; electronic monitoring (EM). We still want to see our criminals receive the punishment they deserve for committing crimes. The problem we have is that our jails and prisons are so overcrowded that there is no room to house everyone inside. This is where electronic monitoring comes into play.
Affect on society Community corrections affect society because some people do not feel safe knowing that there is a criminal out and about with the freedom to do whatever, he or she pleases. A person, whom commits a crime while in the community, will return to jail to finish up his or her time that he or she was sentenced, depending on the new crime committed, whether it is the same crime or not, the offender can have time added to his or her present sentencing. Hypothesis and Effectiveness Community corrections are forms of discipline that works when it is directed toward the correct group of people. Every person deserves a second chance, unless you are a person whom thinks that killing a person, is a good way to solve
You can also be searched without ‘reasonable grounds’ if it has been approved by a senior officer and this can happen if you’re suspected of being in a specific location or area and if you’re carrying a weapon or have used one. There are also requirements for a police officer before searching you. He/she must tell you their name and police station they are assigned to, what they are expecting to find on you and the reason why they want to search you, why they are allowed to search you and that you can have a record of the search. The police can search you in any place that is generally open to the public. This means they can search you anywhere other than your home and your garden, or the home or garden of someone who has given you permission to be there.
Reaching in the wrong direction or failing to comply promptly with a police order could result in physical force or even death. Officer to Officer * Verbal communication between officers is very important to inform other officers of information that has already been learned at the scene of a crime. This saves time as help arrives to have the officers communicate sometimes by radio to gather all known