6 edition of Criminal law for police officers found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Neil C. Chamelin.|
|LC Classifications||KF9219.3 .C45 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 320 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||320|
|LC Control Number||99031596|
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The ninth edition of Criminal Law for Police Officers presents the historical concepts" fundamental to understanding criminal law.
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Designed for police officers and law enforcement students, the manual discusses the law most commonly applied by police officers in Michigan, /5(13). ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Historical background of criminal law --Fundamentals of criminal law --Jurisdiction --The criminal act --The mental element --Matters affecting criminal responsibility --Assault and other related crimes --Homicide --Sex offenses and offenses to the family relationship --Theft.
Historical Background of Criminal Law -- 2. Fundamentals of Criminal Law -- 3. Jurisdiction -- 4. The Criminal Act -- 5. The Mental Element -- 6. Matters Affecting Criminal Responsibility -- 7. Assault and Related Crimes -- 8.
Homicide -- 9. Sex Offenses and Offenses to the Family Relationship -- Theft and Commercial Offenses -- Robbery. The Missouri Criminal Code Handbook is the source document that all Missouri academies are required to use for teaching the objectives of the Missouri statutory law.
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A basic concept of assault and battery law, that of the enjoyment of some form of "privilege" to employ physical force, can be seen applying particularly strongly to the rights of police officers. As in other areas of assault law, the main consideration to be made is that the use of force occurred within reasonable limits suited to the context.
Police officers have to be able to justify their arrest usually by showing some tangible evidence that led them to probable cause. Requirements of Police: Arrest Procedures The rules regarding what an officer must do while making an arrest vary by jurisdiction. The duties of a police officer, also known as a law enforcement officer, focus on protecting people and property.
They patrol the areas they are assigned, which sometimes include entire jurisdictions, respond to calls, enforce laws, make arrests, issue citations, and occasionally testify in court cases. They often make traffic stops, respond to. Criminal Law and Procedure 01 - Introduction Page 4 of 19 a) Formal rules (logical, formal reasoning; principles, definitions) b) Bureaucratic institutions (trial, police, prison) Previously, the trial was the pinnacle of the criminal process, and controlled both the other major parts of the criminal process.
Preface We originally wrote this book entitled ‘Butterworths Police Law’toﬁllthegapleftby the demise of Moriarty’s Police Law which, for over ﬁfty years, had satisﬁed a particu- lar need by explaining all aspects of the criminal law, together with those procedures.
Prosecutors Face Challenges Convicting Police Officers Involved In Shootings Several high-profile prosecutions of law enforcement officers have ended in acquittal or hung juries.
A big reason: a.By law, the police have the right to use legitimate force if necessary to make an arrest, maintain order, or keep the peace.
Just how much force is appropriate under various circumstances can be debatable. When an officer uses excessive force, he or she violates the Skolnick and James Fyfe define police brutality as a conscious and deliberate action that a police officer .