Lecture 13-State Level Law Enforcement

Lecture 13-State Level Law Enforcement - State Level Law...

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    1 State Level Law Enforcement Most state police  agencies were created  in the late 1800s or  early 1900s to meet  specific needs.
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    2 The Texas Rangers  were created in  1835…before Texas  gained statehood… and functioned  primarily to stop  Mexican cattle  rustlers State Level Law Enforcement
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    3 Massachusetts  established the next  state police agency… and it was established  to target vice State Level Law Enforcement
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    4 State Level Law Enforcement The Pennsylvania Constabulary, known  today as the Pennsylvania State Police,  is considered the “first modern state  police agency” to meet a variety of LE  needs of the state
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    5 State Level Law Enforcement State Law Enforcement Agencies serve a  variety of functions and may differ from  state to state: Highway Patrol Fish and Wildlife agencies Alcohol Law Enforcement Agencies State Police
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  6 State Level Law Enforcement
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This note was uploaded on 11/19/2008 for the course CJC 101 taught by Professor Brown during the Spring '07 term at Ball State.

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Lecture 13-State Level Law Enforcement - State Level Law...

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