police and law enforcement response

police and law enforcement response

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CheckPoint Police and Law Enforcement Response The role of police in society is to identify offenders, apprehend offenders, and participate in court proceedings as a result of those offenses. Another role is to deter crimes through patrol. Assist or care for people that cannot care for themselves, and protect constitutional rights. If the role of the police were lessened I believe the community would have less faith in their surroundings. Without the physical presence of the police within the community the citizens would notice almost immediately. Along with that the criminals would notice as well. Shortly after this lessening, the rate of crime would most certainly go up. Probable cause affects police from a legal standpoint because probable cause is required before
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