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  • Police Constable Essay

    • Police constable – these are the police officers which will turn up to 999 calls, they will investigate volume crime or they can take initial action at critical incidents. The police constables can also work on neighbourhood teams, this is to help target long-term problems within the community. Police constables are more than likely to assist with MHA processes, these are like assessments on private premises; investigating crimes against NHS staff by any patients. The police constables can detain people under section 136 of the Mental Health Act (MHA) and they can locate or recover of a patient who is absent without leave (AWOL). • Sergeant – a sergeant is someone who will supervise a team of officers, they will oversee a police operation,…

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  • John Constable Impressionism

    John Constable was an Englishman born in the late 18th century who specialized in Romantic paintings until his death in March of 1837. He is notable for his oil on canvas painting The Hay Wain (1821). Constable had played an important role in reviving the important style of landscape painting in the 19th century which later would influence the emergence of Impressionism (1). He also developed a, “changing meaning of nature during the industrial revolution” (1) as he was influenced by how society…

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  • Constable Wee Pros And Cons

    PART I – Arrest of LEE and legal obligations There are a number of legal issues surrounding the arrest of Mr LEE by Constable YOUNG. These legal issues commence shortly after the intercept which is for a relatively minor traffic matter which first presents itself to the police. At the point when when LEE attempts to leave neither he nor YEOH have committed an offence where there is a power of arrest by the attending officers. LEE is a passenger and has really little to do with YEOH and his…

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  • Public Prosecution Vs Orum Case Study

    included as people within the act. By assessing the judge’s decision on how it impacts various aspects of society, it enlightens how the relationship between the police and public is misconstrued. Facts of the case The defendant, Orum was in a confrontation with his girlfriend just after midnight. He was using abusive language whilst being under the influence of alcohol. Two police constable showed up and warned the defendant about his actions. The defendant did not comply and instead replied…

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  • Police Narrative Report Examples

    Working for the Travis County Constables office was an amazing experience. There are five different precincts in Travis County, but the particular office that I worked for was Precinct Two. The main things that they handle are civil matters such as property evictions and unpaid child support. There are three different departments warrant, civil, and civil/juvenile court. On average they see 4,000 warrants a year and make about $1,000,000. They process 5,700 civil papers a year and the average…

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  • Internal Mechanisms Of Accountability Essay

    Internal mechanisms for ensuring accountability, means that codes of conduct and disciplinary measures are to be decided within the force. The individual police officers are a direct link to the public, as they interact with them on a daily basis. This is the main reason for the need of accountability, to ensure the police respond effectively and correctly to any situation. The system internally is set up in the following way, the individual police officer is responsible and accountable to the…

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  • Importance Of Police Essay

    257. The Parliament can transfer any subject to concurrent list from the state list in the national interest. The purpose of including police in the State List is that it is considered more suitable that the law enforcement bodies should roots in the localities where they operate under a democratic set-up. A policeman belonging to a local area knows the conditions and people living in that area rather personally. In India the police organization under the State Government in the order of…

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  • Craig Markham Case Study

    1. Craig Markham Teaches Self Defense For fifteen years, Craig Markham has taught the Take Control Self Defense program in Ontario. Through this extra curricular activity, he serves as the Assistant Judo Instructor. Working with women and children who want to have self defense knowledge and experience gives him great joy. He likes to know that he positively contributes to his community through this work. 2. Craig Markham Believes in Community Involvement Not only has Craig Markham spent over a…

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  • American People In Law Enforcement

    as, the origin of the police, their privilege, and the way they are trained. The origin of the police is a major contributor to the actions taken by the police currently. Ever since modern civilization there has always been some sort of a police system, in the early colonization of America there were two systems of policing, Slave Patrols and Night Watches. Slave patrols were mostly every used in the south and night watches used mainly in the north. Now just because there were hardly any slave…

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  • Police In The Middle Ages Essay

    In the Middle Ages, there was no police force in the medieval period so law-enforcement and catching criminals was in the hands of the community. If people thought a crime had been committed, the system worked in the following way: In modern times, this job is done instead by a police force, but during the Middle Ages it was different. The method I think was the best out of all ways of catching a criminal during the Middle Ages was the Constable. A constable was elected by the people of each…

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