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2/6 23.75/ 25.0 Points enforcement Gaines, L. K., & Kappeler, V. E. (2014). Policing in america. Retrieved from Comment: Content: 60/60 Your response shows a good understanding of the social contract theory and how philosophers influenced the development of the theory. Your answer met the word work requirement. Use of Source: 20/20 You used 2 references in your answer. Good use of scholarly articles. This did meet the exam requirement. Your sources gave compelling evidence to support your answer. Writing: 20/20 Your writing was error-free, clear, concise, and a please to read. You used the correct terminology and had consistency throughout the answer. Question 2 of 4 Essay Grading Rubric ~ Click Here Discuss Sir Robert's Peel's principles of policing and their impact on today's policing. Provide examples. Your essay response should comprehensibly address all parts of the question (350 words), utilize at least two references, and be written in APA format. Sir Robert Peel is believed to be one of the first people to create what was the start of policing as we see it now. He was also a strong advocate for rights of people accused of committing violations of law and their fair treatment, due process etc. Peel developed what is now called the nine principals of law for the police to prevent crime and disorder, for the police to be able to perform their duties the public needed approve of the police and the ability of the police to have the public's respect, the police must be able to obtain the public's cooperation in following the laws, the public has to understand that the police will use force in some instances to enforce laws, the police need to be impartial and are willing to work with all people, regardless of race or social status, the police should only use the force necessary to enforce the laws, the police are the public and the public are the police and the police need to maintain a strong relationship with the public, the police should not be the judge of guilt or inflict punishment, and finally the test of police efficiency is based on the absence of crime (Peel, 1829). Peel also felt it was very important for the police to be separated from the military, even though the police follow a similar structure. Peel felt a police department needed to have some type of rank structure and chain of command. Peel also felt it was important the police had some type of uniform but that the uniform needed to be different then the military so there was no confusion between the two. Another idea that came from Peel’s principals was the idea of police patrols. Based on Peel’s idea of the police are the public and the public is the police, he felt the police needed to patrol areas and get to know the citizens. Peels concepts were the beginning of what is known as
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11/22/2020 APUS CLE : CMRJ302 D001 Spr 20 : Tests & Quizzes 3/6 23.75/ 25.0 Points community policing today.
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