Lecture Notes for CJ 1010 - Intro to Criminal Justice with Franklin at Southern Utah University (SUU)

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Material Type:Class Note
Class:CJ 1010 - Intro to Criminal Justice
Subject:Criminal Justice
University:Southern Utah University
  • Enforcement
  • Community Policing
  • Frankpledge
  • Federal System
  • Proprietary
  • Bureau of Alcohol
  • Tobacco
  • and Firearms
  • Federal Law
  • Similarities
  • Commissions
  • Homeland Security
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Chapter 5 History and Structure of American Law Enforcement Chapter Objectives 1. Briefly describe the jurisdictional limitations of American law enforcement. 2. Trace the English origins of American law enforcement. 3. Discuss the early development of American law enforcement 4. Describe the major developments that have occurred in policing in America. 5. Describe the structure of American law enforcement. 6. Explain the relationship between the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security. 7. Discuss the development and growth of private security in the United States. Overview The chapter begins with a discussion of the English roots of American law enforcement. It explains the tithing system, which was policing done at the most rudimentary level. Families were responsible for keeping the peace and for helping other families catch criminals after the “hue and cry” was sounded. The constable watch system made all male citizens between the ages of 15 and 60 responsible for the safety of the neighborhoods....

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