Outline of Law Enforcement
Instructor: Donald Mason
January 13, 2012
Every society has rules to go by and laws that must not be broken and along with that is the criminal justice that even gives the criminal rights. Criminals in the United States are to be given their rights and not to have harm to them in any way under the justice system as they may be freed from their prosecution and their case be acquitted if found in their favor if an act of unjust or immoral conduct has been found. Law enforcement professionals must execute justice by upholding the law in an ethical and constitutional manner. “The United States Department of Justice seeks to prevent or resolve community conflicts and tensions arising …show more content…
This opposes that the impersonal communication, such as newspapers or movies do not play a important part in committing criminal behavior. 4. As criminal behavior is learned, the learning includes (a) a specific direction of motives, drives, and attitudes. (b) Different techniques of committing a crime, which are sometimes very simple. 5. Favorable or unfavorable legal code definitions are learned as a specific direction of the motives and drives. Culture conflict in relation to the legal code exists and is usually found in US.
6. Because of an excess of definitions favorable to violation of law over definitions unfavorable to violation of law a person becomes delinquent. When people become criminals, they do so because of isolation from anti-criminal patterns and because of contacts with criminal patterns. This has little or no effect on the genesis of criminal behavior. 7. Differential association may vary in priority, duration, frequency, and intensity.
8. Criminal and anti-criminal pattern that involves all of the mechanisms that are involved in any other learning process of learning the criminal behavior by association. Criminal behavior is not restricted to the process of imitation as a person that is seduced, for example, learns criminal behavior by association, but this ordinarily would not be described as imitation.
9. Criminal behavior is an expression of values and general needs, but since