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Forces of Deviance Police deviance has been a problem involving law enforcement since the evolution of the system In the book Forces of deviance the authors relate stories of crimes committed by law enforcement agencies across the nation as well as describe the evolution of crime and simple plans of procedure in order to prevent it The book also informs the reader about the birth process of our legal system that America uses today and the reasons that police officers commit crimes of deviance The ideas and varieties of deviance abusing the authority and prevention techniques are explained in full detail of the book and are expressed in a manor of which many law enforcement agencies use today The evolvement of our policing system today came from the English system of protection Many of our values and techniques for protecting our public have had a strong connection from the once called English bobbies The idea of deviance or abusing the system of protection was never intended in any nation but unfortunately happens across the globe Many police officers are in fact corrupt and abuse their authority daily where in fact many others do not Deviance in the police field has changed of the years but a distinct change of deviance has taken effect between two different time periods Before the 1920s police deviance really only consisted between night watchers and immigrants Many of these night watchers were convicts themselves put on the watch for punishment from earlier offences and abused their authority on immigrants and minorities From fear of job security and the impatience being bigots many minorities and immigrants who had traveled to America for hope were abused and tormented from simple minded selfishness After the 1920s the policing administration had enforced training techniques and regulations that would enable equality and fairness to the entire public This of course eliminated most of the selfish abuse brought forth by the police but gave
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