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Development of American Law Enforcement



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Pearson College Div
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Table of Contents

The Nature of Crime and the Development of Law Enforcement in Colonial America
Crime and Criminal Behavior of the 19th Century
The Birth and Infancy of Urban Policing: The Search for an Identity
19th Century Federal Law Enforcement
Law Enforcement on the American Frontier
Reconstruction, Corruption, Scandals and Reform: 1870-1895
State Enforcement
Profiles of Professionalism: 1895-1925
Criminal Behavior: 1900-1940
The Federal Law Enforcement: 1900-1950
From Gangs to Drug Cartels: Criminal Organizations in the United States
Growth, Professionalism and the Second Generation of Police Administration: 1925-1965
Criminal Behavior: 1940-Present
The Growth of Federal Law Enforcement: 1950-Present
The Law Enforcement Explosion: 1865s-1990s
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