Organizational Management and Operations Paper
Juan Malfavon CJA/484 v2
July 13, 2012
* Criminal Justice Trends Paper * The Policing component is only one part of the criminal justice system (triad of justice) that includes Policing, Courts, and Corrections, and it is the primary tier that generates criminal arrests, prosecutions, restraints, criminal activity, and protects the peace. * This paper will review the policing function of the criminal justice system and will identify, compare, and contrast the policing function at the local, state, and federal organizational levels of the criminal justice system. An analysis of the organizational, management, administration, and operational functions at …show more content…
The values and principles of policing are largely dictated by the area’s leading director, and the types of crimes that are associated with the local precinct. This uncanny process of regional legal factors should serve to re-enforce, or to strengthen possible gaps in policing agencies, their logistics, training, and personnel issues through information sharing and innovative leadership, which is more commonly used and practiced nationwide.
Organizational Similarities * With the aid of technology, and new law enforcement relationship’s established throughout the continental United States. Policing programs such as, the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) and several other American agencies have established joint partnering programs with local law enforcement agencies (Fact Sheet: The USA Patriot Act - A Proven Homeland Security Tool, 2005). * This new form of joint policing has been made possible in large part because of the 911 terror attacks, and the signing of the USA Patriot act, authorizing law enforcement agencies to share information across state lines. This policing program structure has brought a significant punch to the world of policing at the national and international crime fighting arenas. * Although the law enforcement community has had a financial boon with the passage of the USA