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THE EMERGENCE OF AN ORDERED SOCIETY. 1 ST half of 19 th cent. the ruling elite Nervous because of revolution Nervous about social order Nervous about danger to lives and property Growing cities  urban poor, poverty, unemployment Rising crime rates. NEW POLICE FORCES.

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the emergence of an ordered society
THE EMERGENCE OF AN ORDERED SOCIETY
  • 1ST half of 19th cent. the ruling elite
  • Nervous because of revolution
  • Nervous about social order
  • Nervous about danger to lives and property
  • Growing cities  urban poor, poverty, unemployment
  • Rising crime rates
new police forces
NEW POLICE FORCES
  • Creation of regular system of police
  • Est. well trained civilian police forces
  • Preserve property and lives
  • Maintain domestic order
  • Investigate crimes
  • Arrest offenders

*serjents – France 1828

*bobbies – Britain 1830

*schutzmannschaft – Prussia 1851

prison reform
PRISON REFORM
  • By 1820’s use of prison replaced capital punishment for property crimes

1. isolate criminals for society

2. punish criminals

  • Prison reform = find new ways to rehabilitate and transform criminals into good citizens
  • The Auburn Prison system
  • The Walnut Street Prison system
  • French Guiana/Devils Island