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1

Peel's Principles of Professional Policing

Prevent crime and disorder
Equal justice for everybody
The police are public, public are police
Impartial service to the law
Accountability for police actions

2

Kerner commission

Riots; civil unrest
Two societies; Separate and Unequal

3

Vollmer and OW Wilson and professionalization of the police

Vollmer - college degree in police science

OW Wilson - introduced preventative patrols; what should the standard practices be?

4

Key ideas of professionalization

Minimums standards for
- recruitment
- promotion

Knowledge of law required
MCOLES

5

Wickersham commission

Herbert Hoover, looked at corruption in policing, found that the use of the third degree was widespread.

6

What does the third degree violate?

Fifth Amendment
Voluntariness Standard

7

Three R's of policing

Randomized Patrol
Response times don't increase arrests
Reactive investigations (hi clearance doesnt deter crime)

8

Three P's of policing

Partnership
Problem solving
Prevention

9

What percent of law enforcement is on patrol?

50% to 70%

10

What is the exclusionary rule based on?

Mapp v. Ohio, affirms poisonous fruit doctrine (bombs and porn)

11

Terry v. Ohio

held that the Fourth Amendment prohibition on unreasonable searches and seizures is not violated when a police officer stops a suspect on the street and frisks him or her without probable cause to arrest, if the police officer has a reasonable suspicion that the person has committed, is committing, or is about to commit a crime and has a reasonable belief that the person "may be armed and presently dangerous"

12

What case is tied in with the 14th amendment?

Mapp v. Ohio

13

14th Amendment

Equal protection under the law

14

What is the Behler warning?

"you are not under arrest and you are free to leave"

15

"Confession is king"

Harris

16

Reid Technique

1. Direct confrontation
2. Shift blame, make excuses for suspect
3. Discourage denying guilt
4. Infer guilt
5. Lament on theme of crime
6. OBTAIN A STATEMENT OF CONFESSION