Crj 201 Law Enforcement Research Paper

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Law Enforcement Danna Robbins CRJ 201: Introduction to Criminal Justice Dawn Aldrich 05/06/2013 Law Enforcement Law enforcement broadly refers to any system by which some members of society act in an organized manner to promote adherence to the law by discovering and punishing persons who violate the rules governing that society. It is most frequently referred to those who directly engage in patrols and surveillance to dissuade and discover criminal activity and those who investigate crimes and apprehend offenders. The public view of policing is police officers patrolling streets and responding to emergency crime calls; police detectives interviewing witnesses, examining forensic clues, checking records and interrogating suspects;…show more content…
(2013) Problems, Issues & Challenges in Law Enforcement. Retrieved from: http://www.spiritofthelaw.org/sol1art6.html Van Lawick, Justine; Groen, Martine. Intimate Warefare : Regarding the Fragility of Family Relations.London, GBR: Karnac Books, 2009. p 20. http://site.ebrary.com/lib/ashford/Doc?id=10419978&ppg=20 Annotated Bibliography Serial Crime: Theoretical and Practical Issues in Behavioral Profiling. By Wayne Petherick (2005) APA citation on previous…show more content…
I think this book will help in explaining the profiler's duties and how they will help law enforcement. Evidence of Policing: Fairness, and Effectiveness in U. S. Law Enforcement. By Wesley Skogan (2003) APA citation on previous page. This book is a study of police research; it focuses on studies that examine how American policing actually works, they documented the enormous discretion enjoyed by officers on the street and the racially discriminatory way in which many decisions were made. I think this book will help in letting us know what is to be expected of law enforcement agencies, and how they think. Intimate Warfare: Regarding the Fragility of Family Relations. By Justine Van Lawick, (2009) APA citation on previous page. This book shows us that family relations is not always a safe place as we hope that it would be, this book studies violence in the domestic circle which conjures up a lot of questions. People within family relationships are likely to be threatened, humiliated, smacked, raped or murdered. This book may show us a little insight on why people commit
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