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Advent TO legislations ENFORCEMENT AND felony JUSTICE, 9th variation, presents sensible insurance of legislations enforcement and the legal justice process in a single handy, easy-to-study-from textbook. Hess emphasizes the legislation enforcement viewpoint whereas additionally introducing courts, corrections, and juvenile justice, the opposite elements of the felony justice process. creation TO legislation ENFORCEMENT AND felony JUSTICE, 9th variation, positive aspects an simply available writing sort, considerable real-world examples, precious studying instruments, and new occupation profiles.

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Women Enter Law Enforcement In 1883 the London Metropolitan Police appointed two women to supervise women convicts. Their numbers and functions later expanded. In 1905 a woman was attached to the London Metropolitan Police force to conduct inquiries in cases involving women and children. Each year several more police matrons were hired. Early Law Enforcement in the United States When the English colonists came to America, they brought with them many traditions, including traditions in law enforcement.

Finally, the hundreds were consolidated into shires or counties. The head of the shire was called the shire-reeve , the forerunner of our county sheriff. The shire-reeve acted as both police officer and judge, traveling from hundred to hundred. The shire-reeve had the power of posse comitatus, meaning he 8 Section I: The Evolution of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice could gather all the men of a shire together to pursue a lawbreaker, a practice that was the forerunner of our posse. The Norman Frankpledge System In 1066 William the Conqueror, a Norman, invaded and conquered England.

During the Middle Ages, the parish constable system was used for rural law enforcement; the Watch and Ward system was used for urban law enforcement. Developments in urban England required a different system of law enforcement. With urbanization came commerce, industry and a variety of buildings 10 Section I: The Evolution of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice usually made of wood because England was primarily forest land. For fire prevention purposes the town guild appointed men who patrolled at night on fi re watch.

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