Lecture Notes for 202 202 - POLICE at Rutgers (RU)

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Material Type:Class Note
Class:202 202 - POLICE
University:Rutgers University
Term:Fall 2009
  • Boston Police Strike
  • Grass Eaters
  • Enforcement
  • Decriminalization
  • Community Policing
  • Deadly Force
  • Traditional
  • Preponderance
  • Circumstances
  • Moonlighting
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Policing [01:202:202] Jay Kohl Vice President jkohl@aps.rutgers.edu September 3, 2009 Chapter 1 “The History of Policing” • Training and education v. Experience ○ Military ○ Police ○ Legal (academic/Socratic and practice) ○ Early Police • Policing was always a private matter • Modern policing did not appear until 14th century in France and the 19th in England. Civilian power of police v. military power- What’s the difference? • They are separated. The military cannot police private citizen. • Police are civil power of government ○ Maintain order ○ Should not be trained to kill and destroy the enemy ○ Should not think in terms of “enemy” or of “them v. us” ○ Police mission to solve problems and serve public. • Military used in time of war to kill and destroy enemy ○ Conquer another by defeating them or defending it ○ General George Patton  The object of war is not to die for your country but to make the other bastard die for his • What impact has 9-11 had on ...

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