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DP-Crime Prevention

Domestic Policy

Domestic Policy Administrative decisions made to directly effect a conflict or issue within the nations borders.
LBJs War On Crime A time during his presidency where he set law enforcement and crime as a focus of his and attacked the increasing crime rates. Established gov involvement with state police and state prisons
Gun Control Sets of laws and policies that limit gun laws and their freedom.
Federal Spending on crime initiatives the amount of money the government spends on funding crime prevention such as police officers and prisons.
Harsher Punishments Punishments instituted by the federal government. Included longer prison sentences and the death penalty became more popular with this new institution.
Three strikes law Increases the sentence of a person who has previously committed a felony. Makes it easier for them to get a life sentence.
"War on drugs" Nixon declared in 1971 that drug abuse was our number 1 enemy and instituted policies to limit the trafficking of these drugs and increased the punishment for having said drugs.
Created by: tjscott17