The And this era the police strength
ThePolitical Era of policing wasstarted in 1829.
The first police agency that was stared opened in London,called London Metropolitan. When first opening the London Metropolitan, it was supposedto make the people feel safe and secure.Back in this Era the rise of crime was atan all-time high. The policing during this time was protecting the community, andthe and their cronies.
They mainly conducted a patrol the street by walking and riding a bicycle. And this era thepolice strength was establishing and building a healthyrelationship with the community, and their weaknesses were that some police officers were becomingcorrupted by organized crime. Which had caused a heavy widespread of crimeduring the Prohibition Era.
However, in the Reform Era, 1930’s thecontrol model was made to increase the police power, during the prohibitionera. By protecting society from criminals by making sure things where processessmoothly to keep criminals out of the communities. By being strict andpunishing them for the crimes they had committed. What was their strength becomingtheir weakness they had started in the prohibition being friendly to thecommunity, but somehow the police started to pull back becomingnon-approachable more distant not intimate anymore. Their strength wastechnology by February 16,1968 was thefirst day that we would dial 911. That was a big step in 1840’s police hadtelephones, telegraph, police call box, and the Bertillon system used toidentify criminals by finger prints andhandwriting.
By the time 1970 come therewere computerized, computer aids dispatch (CAD), Implemented National Crime Information center(NCIC), and Automated Fingers PrintsIdentification System (AFIS). In the CommunityEra this strength is to bring thecommunity back together to decreasethe rise of crimes in our communities. Their weaknesses are that thecommunities do not want to get involveduntil it affects us we do not have enough faith and the judicial system. There are two issuesfacing Law Enforcement today. Andit all steaming from the Reformed Era.
Police officers today have no sympathyor empathy, no emotion for their communities. That they seem to be hurting,there is no more making people feel safe. In the last year alone in the united states, therehave been over 492 police killings. In today’s society, not everyone is not an outlaw, thug, or crook. The other issueis