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Chapter 08 - Criminal Justice, 4th Edition Chapter 8...

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Criminal Justice, 4 th Edition Chapter 8 Origins and Organizations of Law Enforcement
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Evolution of Policing Mutual Pledge System Constable Shire Reeve Watch and Ward System New Police Bobbies
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Social Disorder in England Invention of Gin (1700’s) – Affordable and high in alcohol Social disorder Lawlessness Creation of Bow Street Runners
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The New Police (1829) Founded by Sir Robert Peel First organized police department Preventive in nature British nickname ‘Bobbie’ derives from the founder
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Professionalization of Policing in U.S. August Vollmer Crime Commissions Law Enforcement Administration Agency
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August Vollmer Berkeley Chief of Police 1905-1932 Supported development of: polygraph for lie detection Fingerprint identification Firearm identification Toxicology Document examination
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Crime Commissions Focused on improving criminal justice system operations to reduce crime Made recommendations to increase efficiency,
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This note was uploaded on 02/08/2011 for the course CRIM 201 taught by Professor Losacco during the Fall '10 term at Rutgers.

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