Four Key Differences Between Civil Law And Criminal Law

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Four Key Differences Between Civil Law And Criminal Law 

  • Different objectives of the two systems (one to provide a remedy and the other to punish),
  • The burden of proof required (a balance of probabilities as opposed to beyond all reasonable doubt),
  • The parties generally involved (two individuals rather than the state and an individual) and the different court structures involved.

What Law Enforcers Look For

  • Managers who manage.
  • Records of effective risk assessment.
  • Plans, strategies and robust management systems for dealing with risk. Effective communication and consultation.
  • Well organized employees who know their responsibilities.
  • Evidence of monitoring and continuous improvement.

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