Please respond directly to the below classmate discussion post, minimum of 100 words 

The crime control model focuses on having an efficient system, with the most important function being to suppress and control crime to ensure that society is safe and there is public order. Under this model, controlling crime is more important to individual freedom. This model is a more conservative perspective. In order to protect society and make sure individuals feel free from the threat of crime, the crime control model would advocate for swift and severe punishment for offenders. Under this model, the justice process may resemble prosecutors charge an assembly-line: law enforcement officers apprehend suspects; the courts determine guilt; and guilty people receive appropriate, and severe, punishments through the correctional system. The crime control model may be more likely to take a plea bargain because trials may take too much time and slow down the process. Basically the crime control model would say a person is guilty until proven innocent by the courts.

The consequences for dishonesty in criminal justice agencies could lead to lack of public trust and ultimately the end of officers careers. When officer’s integrity is compromised, management understandably concludes that the law enforcement mission may be harmed by the officer’s continued service. The due process could be affected and not give people an equal chance to defend themselves through the courts and justice system. 

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