September 05, 2013
Throughout this essay the writer will be discussing the history of the police. Describing the impact that a gentleman named Sir Robert Peel had on American policing. A look at the relationship between the U.S. government and the policing organizations throughout the United States. Lastly how these relationships may affect police practices today.
As we begin lets first get an understanding for what a police organization is defined as. “The police are a constituted body of persons empowered by the state to enforce the law, protect property, and limit civil disorder. “ (“The Role and Responsibilities of the Police”, 2009) A police organizations role is usually defined as an agency within a defined …show more content…
government and the policing organizations their relationships often intertwine but can cause conflict as well. The police have a set of laws, guidelines, and jurisdictions that they must abide by. Based on city and state these roles may vary. U.S. government organizations or federal law enforcement agencies have a completely separate role that they play. The conflict can occur when jurisdictions and different criminal cases my cause confusion on which level of organization should be the ones handling it. Often times cases are help at the local police level until it reaches a certain degree at which point federal law enforcement steps in. As well U.S. constitution and political policies often impact police organizations.
This relationship can almost be described as a love and hate relationship. In one case the U.S Government is making choices that it believes will be the best interest of the society. While on the other hand the police who have feet on the ground and actually see what is going on in society can beg to differ in regards to U.S. policy. At the end of the day thought it’s the police organization that must adapt and be mindful of every changing policies and procedures set in place by …show more content…
| | You have a clear introduction, body, and conclusion present.Overall, paper is clear and easy to follow. The tone of the essay is appropriate for formal academic writing.Introduction establishes author’s position and introduces issues that are important and need to be planned for in a critical incident. | The tone is appropriate to the content and assignment. | | | Sentences are complete, clear, and concise. Sentences are well-constructed, with consistently strong, varied sentences. | | | Sentence transitions are present and maintain the flow of thought. | | | The introduction provides sufficient background on the topic and previews major points. | | | The conclusion is logical, flows from the body of the paper, and reviews the major points. | | | Mechanics
15 Percent | Percent Earned .9/1.5 | Comments: | The paper, including the title page, reference page, tables, and appendices, follow APA guidelines for format. | | Your Title Page meets the APA requirements.Citations did not meet APA format. (-.3) No grammar errors. Your reference page was not in APA format. (-.3) No spelling errors.