They have to make an effort to “set things right, and make amends for their violations.” (Maiese, 2003) They commit to serve their community with the crimes they have done. Communities have been impacted by the “repairing of healthy relationships that are between individuals and communities” (Maiese, 2003). that come in form of restitution or community work. The “restoration of healthy relationships that are between individuals and within the communities” (Maiese, 2003). Restorative justice makes efforts to compensate for the crime.
The victim deserves similar level of protection and attention from the court like that of an accused i.e. a victim 's interests need to be balanced vis-à-vis that of accused. Victims of crime go through mental and physical trauma and suffer throughout their lives , as there place in the society changes. A victim is certainly entitled to reparation, restitution and safeguards of his rights and criminal justice would look hollow if justice is not done to the victim of the crime. In recent years, the Legislature and the judiciary have taken gradual steps to develop the necessary principles by which appropriate compensation could be paid to the victims of crimes.
Building relationships that can meaningful and respectful in offender’s life can have a positive role. I would like to attend more of these workshops because I learned so much and I enjoyed the interactions I had with the members. I think this is a great way to help offenders as a community. We have a choice and it amazes me to see all these individuals behind these workshops who take so much time and effort to volunteer for bringing change and creating meaningful relationships. I think we all humans need to learn to accept one another to whoever we are and not hurt each other and get immune and desensitized to violence.
Casting aside biases is an important task for successful communication between law enforcement and the public. Interacting and getting to know someone on a personal level can help alleviate distrust; thus, improving the relationships we have day-to-day. Honesty and transparency help to maintain the safety of our civilians and law enforcement officers. Overall, we must learn to cast aside our differences and look to see the similarities we have to one
Social workers are entering the realm of law enforcement and the justice system. They assist in helping police, judges, lawyers, crime victims, and political entities. Social workers are very useful in these entities because they bring forth in good faith to care and seek truth and justice for the clients. The entities of the justice system need the services from social workers so that they can assist in crisis intervention, conflict resolution, and conflict
This research will deliberate on inmates getting the proper skills and education they need to obtain a job after prison. Background to Research Questions We proposed the research questions for many reasons. We truly believe that if inmates obtain an education while in prison and has the help, they need to prepare for job readiness, and then it will help with lowering the crime rates. We are exploring any studies that will help with our research. We think more can be done to improve the criminal justice system in helping the inmates earning the skills and qualifications that they need to do better.
According to Bazemore and Griffiths (2003, p. 342) the reconfiguration of the policing role should also be enhanced by job descriptions. Additionally, training must touch upon the importance of public confidence in policing and police efficiency (Paterson & Clamp, 2012, p. 602). As established above, public confidence in the police can increase as a result of restorative policing. A clear interaction is thus established. Furthermore, trainers play a role in endorsing policy and systemic reform (Holland, 2007 as in Paterson & Clamp, 2012, p.
It weakens the faith the public has for the justice system as well as poses safety issues; when innocent people are put away, the real criminals are still out there. Luckily, it is known what causes wrongful convictions and how to fix them. Many wrongful convictions are due to mistaken eyewitnesses, jailhouse snitches, or false evidence. I think many of the wrongful convictions could be solved with harder evidence, more information. A case should not rely on a single eye witness but multiple.
Thinking about how disordered this world is, death penalty is a good solution to solve crimes related to murder and sexual offence, which are soiling this world. If it is such a good solution, why not used it earlier? Death penalty has been a controversy, because of the fact that it violates criminals’ rights. However, if we think about it backwards, they cannot judge that it violates human rights; it is them who first violated innocent people’s rights. Besides, there are other reasons to support my idea, and furthermore persuade you.
People seem to lost faith in democracy due to the belief that it is an instrument of immorality. However, the belief is untruthful. Democracy takes the significant part in reducing corruption with only that the process is not happen naturally. In this essay, the argument f how democracy could reduce corruption is to be explain statistically, graphically, and verbally. To demonstrate how democracy reduces corruption, firstly the tool using to indicate the amount of corruption is needed.