criminal justice system

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Criminal justice administration system in India : 

Criminal justice administration system in India

What is criminal justice : 

What is criminal justice Criminal justice is the system of practices, and organizations, used by national and local governments, directed at maintaining social control, deter and controlling crime, and sanctioning those who violate laws with criminal penalties.

Components of criminal justice system : 

Components of criminal justice system

Law enforcement : 

Law enforcement Law enforcement officers are responsible for such legal duties as: Receiving and documenting reports of crime within the agency's jurisdiction; Investigating the reported crimes; Gathering and holding evidence of the crime; Arresting the alleged offender; and Conducting follow-up investigations as needed.

Prosecution : 

Prosecution The offender's rights in the court proceedings include: The right to have legal representation; The right to a speedy trial; The right to be informed regarding the proceedings; and The right to be heard.

Judiciary : 

Judiciary The judge makes the final decision, or ruling, at each stage. The judge will: Decide the release status of an offender; Decide whether or not to accept a guilty plea or a negotiated plea by an offender; Oversee the trial where the indicted offender is determined to be guilty or not guilty; and Determine the final sentence of the court for a convicted offender.

Corrections : 

Corrections For the duration of the sentence, the corrections staff provides such legal duties as: Maintains the security of the facility; Provides internal supervision of inmates, which may include counseling or educational programs; Provides medical care for inmates; and Processes inmates for release from the institution, either on parole (conditional release) or when the inmate has served the maximum time he/she must serve before release (unconditional release).

Criminal justice process : 

Criminal justice process Inquisitorial process Adversary process The investigative stage run by the police The adjudicatory stage run by the judges and lawyers

Objectives of criminal justice system : 

Objectives of criminal justice system The main objectives of the criminal justice system can be categorized as follows: To prevent the occurrence of crime. To punish the transgressors and the criminals. To rehabilitate the transgressors and the criminals. To compensate the victims as far as possible. To maintain law and order in the society. To deter the offenders from committing any criminal act in the future.

Rights of victims : 

Rights of victims The U.N declaration recognized four major components of the rights of victims:- Access to justice and fair treatment Restitution Compensation assistance

Steps to Provide Assistance to Crime Victims in India : 

Steps to Provide Assistance to Crime Victims in India The natural sequence of rendering meaningful justice, social and legal should proceed as follows: Fair, considerate and sympathetic treatment by the police, hospitals, welfare organizations, prosecution and courts; Prompt restitution/compensation to the victim for the injury or loss suffered by using the existing provisions; and Security to victims and potential victims against victimization in future.

Steps to Provide Assistance to Crime Victims in India : 

Steps to Provide Assistance to Crime Victims in India The various assistance and services to victims during crime investigation include the following: To facilitate their access to services that already exists ; The police could improve their support for crime victims by ensuring the responding officer to provide the victim with a card ; A victims support unit should be located in the police department,

Suggestions : 

Suggestions Suggestions to fill the loopholes and improve criminal justice administration system in India:- Simplification of Rules and Procedures Repealing of Outdated Laws Criminal Law Amendment Police as Investigative Agency Judicial Accountability Appointment, Promotion and Transfer of Judges Average Judge-Population Ratio Perjury and Contempt Of Court Efficient Public Prosecutor Transparency of Court Proceedings Time Bound Filling of Vacant Post in the Judiciary

Conclusion : 

Conclusion The brief review of the existing legal framework in relation to rights of the victims of crime reveals that expect in the area of providing compensation, very little has been done either statutorily or through schemes to address to entire range of problems faced by victims of crime. There is a need to take a fresh look at the position in which a victim of a crime is placed in our criminal justice system.



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