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    Criminal Justice Practitioner: Concentration

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    Why is there a need for criminal justice practitioners to concentrate in a certain area? Should criminal justice practitioners be generalists for the most part? Be sure to address the difference between generalists and those who concentrate in one area

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    Step 1
    There is need for criminal justice practitioners to concentrate in certain areas so that they see things with much depth. When a criminal justice practitioner focuses in certain areas he sees specialized details. He develops extensive knowledge about his area of specialization. He becomes an expert in his area, he knows his work inside out, and can charge more for his specialized services. When a criminal justice practitioner specializes say in the area of murders. His work gets streamlined; he knows the procedures to be followed, and the rights of the defendant.

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    Criminal justice practitioners should be generalists to the ...

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    This posting gives you a step-by-step explanation of why criminal justice practitioners need to concentrate on an area . The response also contains the sources used.

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