• Policing History
    coordinating intelligence and law enforcement resources effectively. Today, police organizations model the principles established by Sir Robert Peel into their own mission statement. References Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia. (2011). Sir Robert Peel. Retrieved from http://ebscohost Gash, N. (2012...
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  • Future of Policing
    as the basic foundation for current law enforcement organizations and community policing throughout the world, (Nazemi, 2009). The founder of the first metropolitan police, Peel inadvertently founded the standard for modern policing. Although each of these principles was created in the 1800’s, they...
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  • Eras of Policing
    Era, Reform Era, and lastly the Community Problem-Solving Era that is the present form of policing. Most all of modern-western democracies are based on Sir Robert Peel’s Metropolitan Police Force, which was instituted in 1829. Sir Robert Peel was the founder of modern day policing. He represented...
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  • Cja214 Week 1
    . Policemen should be hired on a probationary basis. The Police records are necessary to the correct distribution of police strength” (Grant, Terry, 2012, p. 29 ). Majority of the principles applied by Sir Robert Peel are still applied in modern policing. According to, Chief Paul Cook with the San...
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  • Sir Robert Peel
    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...
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  • Sir Robert Peel Review
    inside and outside of the nation’s capital. It was said that the principles that were adopted by Sir Robert Peel as the first chief of the London Metropolitan Police force for his new "bobbies" have served as a model for all British and American police forces since then (Patterson, 1995-2010). Some of...
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  • Community Policing Corruption
    the concept that the police depend on citizen cooperation in providing services in a democratic society. “Peel envisioned a strong connection between the police and the community (Police Corruption)”. Unfortunately, the existence of police corruption is contrary to all nine of his principles. The...
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  • Sir Robert Peel
    demeaning and harmful way. The position and power a police officer is in should not be used to get even with others for some misfortune that happened in the past. Sir Robert Peel's nine principles are key in today's society. They provide the foundation of every police department's beliefs; and help to achieve the goals that every modern day police department wants to achieve...
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  • Policing Past and Present
    ) Sir Robert Peel and his officers believed in two main principles: crime can be discouraged and the practice of preventative patrol. (Schmalleger, Ph.D., 2009) In America policing began based off of the English background of policing. Cities during that time were more organized then rural...
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  • Cultural Considerations
    there to protect them no matter what. The test of police efficiency is the absence of crime and disorder, not the visible evidence of police action in dealing with it. Sir Robert Peel first introduced his nine principles in the early 1800’s and we have continued to follow these ideas up till today for...
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  • Cultural Paper
    effect justice and security administration and practices, contemporary methods used in societies with mixed cultures, how do these influences relate and affect nondiscrimination practices, and if the famous criminal justice historian Sir Robert Peels nine principles to organize a police department...
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  • Hard Times
    , Sir Robert Peel, who finally brought that repeal through Parliament. This century, marked by the Industrial Revolution, was also a century of political and economic unrest in the world: America was torn by the strife of the Civil War; France was faced with the problem of recovery from the wars of...
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  • Comparing public vs private security
    of the military (Roufa, n.d.). Peel developed seven principles of policing that are still found in the framework for police activities today ("History of Sir Robert Peel", 2013). These principles have given a framework for officers’ behaviors while on duty and aided in alleviating skepticism of...
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  • Soc Change of Crime
    for a centralized police force to protect the citizenry and to maintain order in society. Sir Robert Peel, known as the father of policing, established the first Metropolitan Police Services in London, England in 1829. Initially this notion and establishment was combatted with a significant amount of...
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  • police orginization
     Candy Burtle CJA/214 Memo Espinoza Police History Paper 09/30/2013 In 1828 Sir Robert Peel began the establishment, which was later known as the London Metropolitan...
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  • Essay
    Society”, 2013). Sir Robert peel was also a prime minister in 1834-1835. Sir Robert Peel believed that you can contain crime without invading the lives of citizens. In developing the Metropolitan police, he developed nine principles in police theory. The nine principles created by Robert Peel are still...
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  • Community Policing
    policing, 19th century British Prime Minister Sir Robert Peel, developed nine principles in 1829 which set the foundations for law enforcement as we know it today. The 7th principle, one of his most relevant principles to this day, states, Police at all times, should maintain a relationship with the...
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  • Cultural Considerations
    sensitivity. Jackson State University Researcher, 21(4), 51. A history of the nine principles of policing. (2002). Retrieved from http://www.magnacartaplus.org/briefings/nine_police_principles.htm#en1 Sir Robert Peel's nine principles. (n.d). Retrieved from http://newwestpolice.org/peel.html. Walker, S., & Katz, C. M. (2011). The police in America: An introduction (7th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill....
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  • Sir Robert Peel
    Sir Robert Peel: The Father of American Policing Roxann Thomas CJA/214 January 9, 2011 Ms. Deborah Jackson Sir Robert Peel: The Father of American Policing Policing efforts have been around for centuries. One man in particular created an atomic spread that has lasted throughout time...
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  • Public Policy
    community policing in the 1800s. He believed that the people are the police and that the police officers (Bobbies) should walk the street to protect the people in the community (Gaffigan, 1996). Sir Robert Peel devised Nine Peelian Principles for his Bobbies in the 1800s that is still being used today in...
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