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    Early roots of policing During the following pages this paper will discuss Sir Robert Peel and his nine principles of policing. Sir Robert Peel was born on February 5, 1788 and died on July 2, 1850. He had many accomplishments during his life. He was the Conservation Prime Minister of the United Ki
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