Can the Private Sector Protect Against Crime?

This is great! TY JJ 🙂

And here’s a fun fact: “The genesis of the modern police organization in the South is the “Slave Patrol” (Platt 1982). The first formal slave patrol was created in the Carolina colonies in 1704 (Reichel 1992). ” The History of Policing in the United States.

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One Response to Can the Private Sector Protect Against Crime?

  1. Tony says:

    When I was on active duty I experienced an incident with what we then called NIS. This undercover agent would coerce young men into smoking marijuana then of course these men would suffer NJP. He spent more time making naive men trip then actually doing crime prevention. I won’t discuss what I did once I discovered the undercover agents Intent and habits. Your article reminded of that incident that took place over 30 years ago.

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