01:202:202- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 30 pages long!)

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Police and the rule of law: laws come in a variety of forms, including the following, constitutions: establish the nature and character of government by identifying the basic principles underlying that government. !1: civil laws: concerned with relationships between individuals, criminal laws: concerned with the relationship between the individual and. Searches and seizures of persons: individuals are protected from unreasonable search and seizure by the fourth. Wardlow (2000: minnesota v. dickerson (1993, arrests require probable cause that individual committed a crime, united states v. watson (1976, payton v. new york (1981) Monday, february 5, 2018: chimel v. california (1969, maryland v. buie (1990) = protective sweeps, search refers to privacy, seizures refers to liberty. Development of police management: classical police management, max weber"s concept of bureaucracy is central to the classical approach to organization, principles of bureaucracy include, specialization, authority and responsibility, unity of command, scalar chain.

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