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Consolidation of National Security

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Please answer the following questions. As you answer each question you must provide support or evidence that will enhance and empirically prove your answers. Academic criminal justice articles or real-life criminal justice findings that are not found in journals or other academic sources must be used in supporting your answers.

Should the United States combine all the police agencies into one national police organization? Why or why not?
If you must consolidate the police, would you have to do the same to the criminal justice system? How would you create and establish such a police organization?

Do you believe that the establishment of terrorism as a crime that can be committed domestically has changed community policing? How? Why? Provide examples.

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Should the United States combine all the police agencies into one national police organization? Why or why not?

The United States can't possibly combine all police agencies into one national police organization because of the separation between states and the national government. States have a sovereign right under the United States Constitution to govern their own citizens and police their own territories. If the federal government attempted to make one national police agency ...

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The solution discusses the reality of consolidating the USA's peacekeeping forces under one name and function as well as how terrorism has changed domestic policing. 344 words with reference.

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