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Justice and Law Enforcement





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Justice and Law Enforcement

Justice and Law Enforcement is the study of the principles and procedures for formally maintaining social order.

The main purpose of this field of education is to develop an understanding of the historical development of the legal system and its role as a framework for the development and maintenance of social order, and the investigation and prosecution of criminal offences. It also involves developing an ability to assess and evaluate the reliability of evidence, and analyse and interpret legal issues.

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