The policing system of today has been as a result of several political, economic, and social factors. Its concept adapted based on Sir Robert Peel's Metropolitan Police Force of London, 1829. However, unlike the English police system, American police did not have the officialdom of the crown to create a valid, unifying foundation. Instead, American police’s authorization and resources came from local political leaders. Their connections to neighborhoods and local politicians was so interlocked that both Jordan and Fogelson refer…...
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It is widely regarded that the police in any given society have a difficult job to fulfill. Dealing with criminals and placing themselves in harms way on a day to day basis is indeed, an admirable calling. Although seen as difficult, there is an underlying sentiment in the general public that the job of law enforcement officers is relatively strightforward. Simply put, their job is to arrest the "bad guys". This is true to a point, a large part of…...
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