Principle 5 Police seek and preserve public favor not by catering to the public opinion but by
constantly demonstrating absolute impartial service to the law.
Principle 6 Police use physical force to the extent necessary to secure observance of the law
Bill of Rights
1-10 amendments U.S. Constitution
1791-1868 any state action? = NO
What happens in 1868? The passage of the 14th amendment. Congress passed civil rights laws.
Passed the 14th Amendment = No state should deprive any person of life, liberty a
Selective partial > Incorporation
January 30th, 2015
Escobedo vs. Illinois 1964
Escobedos brother in law was killed; police believe he had a part in it.
Takes place in Chicago, police big up Escobedo and question him for over 14 hours. He asked
for his at
Directed (State Pattys Day example)
February 11th, 2015
Test Monday on Lessons 1-4 Priority to study = class notes angel material = 3rd priority
Community Oriented Policing = COP
Community is going to play a big role in
Criminology 436 Spring Semester 2015 January 14 th, 2015 SLIDES ON ANGEL
London Metro Police 1829, considered first real police
Discretion NYPD literally turning their back on the mayor of New York for his comments made
about they way they
January 22nd, 2015
Political Era (1830s-1920s): 1. Patronage 2. Order Maintenance 3. Biased Enforcement = wrong
4. Walking the beat 5. Close to the public = how to keep the peace 6. Corruption 7. Ethnicity =
How to keep the peace = you can have part
Entrapment when the police provides individuals with an opportunity to commit a crime.
Universalistic perspective looks at the ways officers are similar.
Particularistic Perspectives emphasize how police offers differ from one another.
When is a passenger in a brand new SUV, Hes young black male, in a high drug area in
Washington D.C. Drive by and notice the driver looking in Whrens lap, at a stop sign for over 20
seconds. Pull away with an illegal right turn. Cops pull up and find a co