History crime and punishment revision
2 months ago
Government have records of 5.86 milllion people in the UK
Requirtmnet,37,000 female officers in 2008 vs. 226 in 1939. 4% of police officers are now from ethnic minorities.
Public perception: Since 1970, public trust in the police has eroded. In a 2005 poll, only 58% of the population said they trusted the police (due to the use of police crowd control and corruption scandals such as 1989 Hilsborough disaster).
Finger Prints, were first used in a British court for a burglur who broke into a London house and left fingerprints on the windowsill. He was farmiliar with the police and they already had records of his fingerprints. He was the first person to be found guilty.
It was discovered that each person had different blood types. It was used to identifie hard criminalss whos victims blood was on their cloths.
London, police box, blue phone box's.
Discovered that DNA is unique to every person.
radios instaled in police cars.
Police personal radios.
Survalience is not carried out by police. In 2015, it was discovered that yhr police made over 700,000 requests to momnitor emails, texts and internet searches of memeber of the public.
No prober restriction on who can be a Jurie.
Juvinile court, children between the ages of seven and sixteen can be tried.
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