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The Police. Origins and Organization of Law Enforcement Community Protection Before the Police Mutual Pledge System Tithings (ten=Hundred) Constable Hundred=Shire Sheriff Watch and Ward System Invention of Gin as a Factor in Policing. The Police.

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the police
The Police
  • Origins and Organization of Law Enforcement
  • Community Protection Before the Police Mutual Pledge System Tithings (ten=Hundred) Constable Hundred=Shire Sheriff
  • Watch and Ward System
  • Invention of Gin as a Factor in Policing
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The Police
  • Metropolitan Police of London 1829
  • Police in the United States Boston NYPD: early problems with organized policing
  • The Progressive Era Professionalism Efficiency Technology
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The Police
  • Private Policing Pinkerton, ADT, and Brinks
the police and the role of law
The Police and the Role of Law
  • Procedural Law
  • 4th Amendment

Frisks and Searches Terry v. Ohio

Frisks of Automobiles

Michigan v. Wong

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The Police and the Role of Law
  • Limits of Stop and Frisks Florida v. Royer US v. Place Minnesota v. Dickinson
  • The Exclusionary Rule Mapp v. Ohio

Searches with Warrants US v. Leon—Good Faith Exception

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The Police and the Role of Law
  • Searches without Warrants
  • Searches Incident to Arrest Chimel v. California US v. Robinson US v. Chadwick NY v. Belton PA v. Labron
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The Police and the Role of Law
  • Searches with Voluntary Consent Schneckloth v. Bustamonte US v. Matlock US v. Watson Florida v. Jimeno
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The Police and the Role of Law
  • Plain View Searches Coolidge v. New Hampshire Texas v. Brown Horton v. California
  • Searches of Automobiles Carroll v. US Chambers v. Maroney Arkansas v. Sanders Ross v. US
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The Police and the Role of Law
  • Open Fields/Abandoned Property Hester v. US California v. Ciraolo
  • 5th Amendment Miranda Warning Escobedo v. Illinois
  • Erosion of Miranda Rhode Island v. Innis Public Safety Exception
police discretion
Police Discretion
  • Why the police don’t arrest for every violation:
  • Selective enforcement Goldman’s study Pilivan and Briar’s study Robert Terry’s study Donald Black and Albert Reiss’s study
  • Styles of Policing
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Police Discretion
  • Styles of Policing Watchman LegalisticService
  • Based on…? Neighbor, Soldier, Teacher
  • The Police PersonalityStudies of Police Cynicism Neiderhoffer’s Study Robert Regoli’s Study
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Police Discretion
  • The Police Personality Studies of Police Cynicism Neiderhoffer’s Study Robert Regoli’s Study

The Working Personality Skolnick’s Study

  • Predispositional Model
  • Education and Attitudes
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Police Discretion
  • Predispositional Model
  • Education and Attitudes
  • Attitudes and Performance
  • When Officers Make Bad Decisions Forms of corruption: 1. Nonfeasance 2. Misfeasance 3. Malfeasance
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Police Discretion
  • When Officers Make Bad Decisions Forms of corruption: 1. Nonfeasance 2. Misfeasance 3. Malfeasance
  • Explanations of Corruption Rotten Apple theory Subculture Hypothesis Secrecy in Department External Factors to the Dept. Weak or ineffective local govt.