The 1992 general elections in the United States were an important occurrence in the history of America. The campaigns towards the election saw presidential aspirants take a public stand in the fight against crime. The contestants, George Bush and Bill Clinton both stated their stand on the escalating crime rate in the American society (Oliver, & Marion, 2011). The result of the election was the formulation and implementation of the law that has become an important milestone in the American crime control history. This paper looks at five important processes in the Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994.