WEEK 1 DQ 1 - th century is similar to what we practice...

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1 4. Discussion Question 1 2 4 Due Date: Day 2 [post to the Main forum] 3 4 Post your response to the following: How are the roles and responsibilities of 4 past policing eras different from today? How effective would policing methods 5 of the past be today? Would our society accept these past methods? Explain 6 your answer. fifth century B.C., Rome created the first specialized investigative unit, called questors, or “trackers of murder.”3 Our system of the law was actually borrowed from the English system. I feel like the Era of the 18
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Unformatted text preview: th century is similar to what we practice today but very different at the same time. They had constables who stood watch during the day and policed the streets but did not have weapons until 1858. In the past police were referred to as brutal and corrupt, in todays society Police are more admired. I feel the methods of the past would not be accepted today, we have too many laws and rights thats must be followed today. I feel our crime activity would decrease if the police were actually feared as they were in the past....
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This note was uploaded on 09/03/2010 for the course CJS 210 CJS 210 taught by Professor Garner during the Summer '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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