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    On the topic of the Federal Tort Claims Act of 1946, what are the issues of risk related to civil liability as it applies to crime, justice, and security organizations?

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    The issues related to civil liability as it applies to crime, justice, and security organizations in lieu of the Federal Tort Claims Act of 1946 are in accordance with the doctrine of sovereign immunity that is afforded to governmental agencies and employees. The Federal Tort Claims Act of 1946 enables the federal courts to have exclusive jurisdiction over any torts or claims emanating from malfeasance on behalf of agents working for the government. Therefore, when injury or loss ...

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