Flashcards in comparative police system Deck (43):
a composition of INTERPOL that are experts in a purely advisory capacity, who may be appointed by the executives committee and confirmed by the general assembly
a theory of comparative policing which states that as a nation develops, people's alertness to crime is heightened. they report more crime ot police and demand the police to become more effective in soling crime problems
alertness to crime theory
a form of gov. where there is no governing person (government), but each individual has absolute liberty (without the implication of liberty)
a form of government in which the political in which select few such as most wise, strong, or contributing citizens rule
a form of government in which the political power is held by a single, self-appointed ruler
it is a type of INTERPOL notice to seek information on unidentified bodies
it is a type of INTERPOL notice to proved warnings and intelligence about persons who have committed criminal offences and are likely ro repeat these crimes in other countries
it is the rural equivalent of the urban kuban police in japan
type of police system that are also known as continental justice
civil law system
denotes the degree or grade by which a person, thing or other, entity has a property or quality or less in extent than that of another
type of police system that are practiced throughout most of the european union as well as elsewhere, in places such as sweden, germany, france, and japan.
civil law system
it is the highest police rank in hongkong
commissiner of police
type of police system that are also known as romano-germanic justice
civil law system
commission of control of INTERPOL files
process of outlining the similarities and differences of one police system to another in order to discover insights in the field of international policing
comparative police system
a form of government where a corporation, a group of corporations, or government entities with private components, control the direction and governance of country
corporatocracy or corpocracy
it is the identification of and provision of insight into the relationship between crime data and other potentially relevant data with a view to police and judicial practice
criminal intelligence analysis
a theory of comparative policing whoch is based on the event when a greater number of children are being born. as these baby booms grow up, delinquent subcultures develop out of the adolescent identity crisis.
a theory of comparative policing which states that progress comes along with rising expectations. people at the bottom develop unrealistic expectations agency (PDEA) under the office of the president
the federal police agency in USA taht enforces federal drug laws
drug enforcement administration (DEA)
a theory of comparative policing which states that crime everywhere is the result of unrestrained migration and overpopulation in urban areas such as ghettos and slums
economic or migration theory
it is tge counterpart f police force of the philippine national police (PNP) in mexico
federal police of mexico
formerly known as "london metropolitan olice" that is referred to as metropolitan police service in england. founded by sir robert peel
father of modern policing system
sir robert peel
it emphasizes on helping the community, as opposed to enforcing the law
a federal police agency in USA responsible in protecting all living current and former US president and their families. in the philippines, it is known as the presidential security group (PSG)
type of police system that is aslo known as marxist-leninist justice.
it is paramilitary anti terrorist unit under the japanese national police agency
special assault team (SAT)
provides the singapore police forcre with a tactical armed responce capability
special tactics and rescue (STAR) unit
a theory of comparative policing which suggests that progressive lifestyles and norms result in the disintegration of older norms that once held people together
theory of anomie and synomie
policing in the US
US police department
US oplice department is divided into 4 broad categories
federal, state, country and city police
it is the north atlantic treaty organization that refers to the USA and european countries, socialist and communist countries include russia
it emphizes on informal means of resolving disputes
a police force that is giving service to the world's largest non federated area of jurisdiction consistin of 2.5 million square kilometers
western austalia police
it is a type of INTERPOL notice to help locate missing persons. often minor, or to help identify persons who are unable to identify themselves
it is a type of INTERPOL notice to provide information on modi operandi, procedures, objects, devices or hiding places used by criminals.
it is a type of INTERPOL notice to warn of an event, a person, an object or a process representing an imminent threat and danger to persons or property.
it is a type of INTERPOL notice to seek information on unidentified bodies.
it is a type of INTERPOL notice to warn about a person's criminal activities if that person is considered to be a possible threat to public safety.
it is a type of INTERPOL notice to locate, identify or obtain information on a person of interest in a criminal investigation.
it is a type of INTERPOL notice to seek the location and arrest of a person wanted by a judicial jurisdiction or an international tribunal with a view to his/her extradition.