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5 years 10 months ago #8395 by ching
is that right that the community is the first of the five pillars in criminal justice system?.am so confused... :(

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5 years 10 months ago #8396 by Anthon
no! It is Law Enforcement/Police.

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5 years 10 months ago #8398 by Neriecar Prado
nope, Law enforcement is da first followed by prosecution, court, correction and community. Therefore community is da last pillar of CJS.

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5 years 10 months ago #8464 by ching
ok,,thanks for more info,, :)

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5 years 9 months ago #8469 by Dustin
This is on Chapter 2 of Phil. Leadership and Criminology.

www.detectdeceit.com/

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5 years 9 months ago #8473 by jan
in the modern model of the 5 pillars,the community is the center...the explanation there is;1. members of the law enforcement,prosecution,court,correction are also members of the community...2. when a person commits an offense,the person committed it in the community...3. during the entire duration of justice,there are times/chances that the case will be dismissed,there;the person will go back to the community..hindi na kailangan tapusin ung 5 pillars...ganun naman ung tinuro samin:)
ung dati talaga,law enforcement ung una,... ;)

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3 years 6 months ago #10053 by arnel macapagal
nope

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