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Law Enforcement and Three Strikes Rule

Can you please provide me some assistance on two questions:

1. Describe the history of law enforcement from its roots in the English system of policing, through each era, up to the current use of contemporary policing. How has policing become an actor in the public policy process? .

2. Define the "three strikes rule" as it is used in the court system. Why was this rule created? What are some concerns with the rule? Does it help in deterring crime?

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1. Describe the history of law enforcement from its roots in the English system of policing, through each era, up to the current use of contemporary policing. How has policing become an actor in the public policy process? .

Policing as it's known today began with Sir Robert Peel. The system established by Peel is still the paradigm used today with updates in regard to different eras throughout the last almost 200 years. Basically, Peel is the founder of modern policing and his view that police should police according to the reality that the police are the people and the people are the police is the preferred method across the globe of policing aside from autocratic or authoritarian countries. Prevention of crime is at the heart of policing according to Peel with nine essential principles playing the vital role in reducing or preventing crime. The key ingredient in policing is to establish effective police-community partnerships because ...

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