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    Sir Robert Peel Kenisha Callahan CJA500 Steven J. Duplissis, J.D. 7/06/2009 Sir Robert Peel Political Career “As Home Secretary, he introduced a number of important reforms of British criminal law: most memorably establishing the Metropolitan Police Force (Metropolitan Police
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    In 1829, Sir Robert Peel created the Metropolitan Police when he served as Home Secretary of England. He created the first modern police force, the Metropolitan Police in London. According to Peel, the real key for policing is "the police are the people and the people are the police (Wikipedia 2010
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    Sir Robert Peel By Ana Arreguin September 27,2010 Class: CJA/214 Policing has had a long and somewhat tumoultuous history, the early part of formal policing can be traced to England. While policing has existed in various levels of sophistication through out much of the industrial age, much of
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    During the research of Sir Robert Peel’s position on policing to the varied needs of contemporary society, it was revealed that police departments currently use the nine principles that Peel established in 1829. These principles are used as a foundation for the police to prevent crime and also to
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    Sir Robert Peel Christina Buenrostro CJA/214 Version 2 August 5, 2010 Roy Diaz Sir Robert Peel Today the world has become a very dangerous place to live. Sometimes you can not even walk to the store without seeing a crime in progress or a crime scene investigation. Children ar
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    Sir Robert Peel is known in the books as the founder of the first form of an English police department: the London Metropolitan Police. This was after his London Metropolitan Police Act passed in 1829, giving greater power to the English police force and establishing what he is known for today. Peel
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    Sir Robert Peel Review CJA214 Sir Robert Peel Robert peel was best known as, “a father of modern policing” and was once a prime minister of England in 1834, he was chosen by King William IV. Sir Robert was born on February 5, 1788 in Bury, England, near the cotton mills that his father
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    Sir Robert Peel Paper Kari Silva CJA/214/DB11BCJ07 October 12, 2011 Karen Hamel Abstract Sir Robert Peel is known as the “Father” of Modern Policing”,( Walker-Katz) it was through his efforts American Policing today we use the elements that he developed and used to provide safety, a
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    Sir Robert Peel is probably the most influential name associated with modern day policing. In the year of 1829, he formed the first modern metropolitan police department. And the "Peelers," or "Bobbies," set precedent for what our police of today model themselves after. Upon Peel's call for a metr
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    “Police are people and the people are the police” CJA 214 January 9, 2012 Jeremy Leach In Bury, Lancashire, on February 5, 1788, the “Father” of modern day policing was born. Through his work and studies of public service, Sir Robert Peel developed principles and policies that have i
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    Sir Robert Peel Sir Robert Peel was Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and has the honor of being referred to as the “father of modern policing” and the name sake of the London “Bobbies.”(Sir Robert Peel 2006) Sir Robert Peel passed away in 1855 and his nine principles of policing still
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    Running head: ROBERT PEEL’S NINE PRINCIPLES Robert Peel’s Nine Principles Dannie Greenway OTC LEA Abstract The nine principles that Robert Peel wrote are still used today after many years. Their value is still what it was back then. These principles are eye opening to what law enforceme
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