An Analysis of Criminology and Crime Control Approaches in Canada

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An Analysis of Criminology and Crime Control Approaches in Canada
Introduction
Crime control is the component of the Canadian criminal justice system that seeks to provide the citizens of Ontario an immediate sense of safety by locking up suspected criminals without the “innocent until proven guilty” ideal that is a part of due process of law, the other key component of the criminal justice system. Crime control works before the legal system takes effect and is concerned with a more aggressive stance on arresting, prosecuting and convicting criminals and immediately taking suspected criminals off the street.
This paper will discuss four approaches to crime control in criminological cases, including targeting high crime areas, increased...
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