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    British police force came to being in the late eighteenth century. By 1800 there were only 2 police forces in the whole of Britain, both of which were in London. One was the Bow street runners, which was set up in 1749 and the other, was the Thames River police force, which by then was only 2 years old. The main turning point for policing as far as London is concerned came in 1829 when 'Sir Robert Peel', the home secretary of the time, created and set up a new police force, the metropolitan Police

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    One of the police pledges which were put forward was to make sure they kept the public’s confidence in the way the police work and capture offenders. However as time has past the public’s confidences with the police have started to fade as the police begin to show flaws within the way they work. For example the way they treat offenders and victims, the delayed response to reported crime, the exposure of institutional racism and racial attitudes to offenders and victims. These factors were exposed

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    Introduction Firstly, the job role I will be exploring is a police officer which falls into the sector of justice. Sector and Employer Moreover, the police officer can work in the statutory community justice sector, which is controlled and financed by the government. This sector is generally maintained by people who pay taxes and national insurance as well as it has been set up by acts of parliament and are funded by public money. The police officers in England and Wales are each given money from three

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    Throughout the years of history Law enforcement has upgraded in so many different ways. Dating all the way back to Ancient Rome Lictors to Medieval Terry Jones Outlaw and then to Modern day Scotland Yard. Law enforcement now in today’s society you would need evidence to accuse or to prove somebody guilty you can’t just accuse. But in Ancient maybe a little in the beginning of Medieval they would throw you in a river and if you drowned then you were considered guilty. But if you made it shore you

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    The Meaning of Authority

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    towards you. Authority in the public services: It is vital that authority within the public services in maintained. Police Complaints authority: There is a commission in charge of complaints made about any of the 43 Police forces in England and Wales. This is knows as the Police Complaints Authority (PCA), this is an independent commission, it was setup by the government back in 1985, The PCA doesn’t only investigate complaints about the police force it also investigates complaints

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    and the military-style model implemented by MacDonald? The military bureaucratic model that was implemented by Robert Peele was a style of policing that was heavily influenced by his own background in the military. He felt that the London Metropolitan Police service needed to be efficient, professional and organized along the same lines as the military. The Peele model of policing put an emphasis on the permission, cooperation and accountability with the public and were seen as citizens in uniform.

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    G20 Case Study

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    report recommended that police should focus on improving dialogue with protesters and regular and relevant human rights training

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    Iraqi terrorist group burst into the Iranian embassy. The embassy in Princes Gate, London, contained 20 people, which included a police constable. The terrorist wanted the release of 91 political prisoners from jail in Iran and a plane for them to escape. If their demands were not met they would execute all the hostages and blow up the Embassy. The Metropolitan Police invited B Squadron, 22 SAS onto the scene. Within hours of the siege starting they had set up observation posts and where monitoring

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    This historical investigation will be looking at the police investigation of the serial killer Jack the Ripper. Jack the Ripper is infamously known around the world as a serial killer who was never caught in 1888, Whitechapel, London. While these murders took place more than 100 years ago, new theories on the possible identity of the murderer are arising and the question of his identity still remains a mystery. Much of the original evidence of the case has been lost and facts have been altered with

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    and like today there a two categories which crimes fall under.  "Indictable" which is the same as our felony crimes that make up all of the major crimes.  These crimes consist of: Murder,  armed robbery, burglary, larceny, rape, and assaults on the police.  The next called category is called " Summery " crimes which is equal to our misdemeanor crimes. Summery crimes were all minor crimes such as: Property crimes, Vagrancy, Drunkenness, Prostitution, Minor Larceny , and all other minor offenses.

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