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Comparative policing systems
- Essay length: 3153 words
- Submitted: 11/05/2009
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Policing is not a recent issue in terms which duty of state as protecting both public and state still remains as a concept to focus on, yet, it is current enough to remember and to consider again. In this comparative study, policing systems of United Kingdom, Turkey and France will be controversially discussed in terms of policing related to its legitimacy, its structure, and its function. In the first section, the concepts of legitimacy, structure, and function will be defined. Afterwards, British policing system will be examined in terms of these three conceptions. Following British system, Turkish policing system which has been remarkably adapted to new policing concepts despite the fact that there are more to deal with will be following subject. Then, lastly, French system which has effectively been a model for some countries will be analyzed so as to understand 'The Continental Model'. After analyzing three countries, the similarities and differences between British and 'The Continental System' will be focused on, more particularly within a proposition that British Policing leads the way.
Policing: Legitimacy, Structure, and Function
Modern police was often seen as an instrument of progress, consistent with the idea of free enterprise,
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