1829 Police: The Evolution Of Policing

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In 1829 Police was seen to focus on crime prevention, deal with legal due processes, and work within local communities more collaborative to fight crime with more efficiency. According to Reith (1975) cited in “The Evolution of Policing” chapter 1, the ‘word’ policing meant management of order behaviour, laws, surveillance, arrests, fines, corporal punishment, as example arresting with use of force. More recently, authors such as Hopkins Burke (2004) defined ‘Policing’ as form of power, the act of persuasion or even assistance to community population, example of that are the cases of payback as salts, killings, forced recovery of stolen goods. As result of lack of officers (cuts reform), the use of private sector has substantial increased to
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