• Law Enforcement
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  • by:  Cirilo M. Tradio, M. Crim., LIB

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    • Publisher: Central Books, Inc.
    • ISBN: 971-691-017-7
    • No. of Pages: 508
    • Size: 6"x9"
    • Edition: 2004




    • Description:

      In the early stages of human society, the function of what is now properly known as the police force devolved on the headman. He exercised his duty by employing all the males of the tribe as guardians of his people. Later, he confined his choice among the able-bodied males only. A certain number detailed as watchmen, were selected by turns. Their main police duty consisted in seeing that the regulations of the community were enforced. This method was satisfactory at a time when the homogeneity af social problems and the simplicity of political government were such that the chief of the tribe, alone unaided, could perform the office of a ruler, a judge and a lawmaker. But then, came the building of modern nations with their complicated structures, multifarious problems and undertakings, all of which revolutionalized his position. Official activities and office duties expanded and became so complex that the power of government and its management were divided among and delegated to different individuals.






    • Law Enforcement
    • by:  Cirilo M. Tradio, M. Crim., LIB
    • Eligible for free shipping!
    • Publisher: Central Books, Inc.
    • ISBN: 971-691-017-7
    • No. of Pages: 508
    • Size: 6"x9"
    • Edition: 2004

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    Description:

    In the early stages of human society, the function of what is now properly known as the police force devolved on the headman. He exercised his duty by employing all the males of the tribe as guardians of his people. Later, he confined his choice among the able-bodied males only. A certain number detailed as watchmen, were selected by turns. Their main police duty consisted in seeing that the regulations of the community were enforced. This method was satisfactory at a time when the homogeneity af social problems and the simplicity of political government were such that the chief of the tribe, alone unaided, could perform the office of a ruler, a judge and a lawmaker. But then, came the building of modern nations with their complicated structures, multifarious problems and undertakings, all of which revolutionalized his position. Official activities and office duties expanded and became so complex that the power of government and its management were divided among and delegated to different individuals.