In the new Metropolitan police force of 1829, 2800 men were divided into companies of 165.

A Concise History of American Policing
Raymond Foster  More Info

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Ryan Melsky

About the Clinton Township Police DepartmentThe Clinton Township Police Department is a small, yet full-service law enforcement agency with a number of specialized units.  As an example, according to the Clinton Township Police Department, “The Charter Township of Clinton Township Police Department’s Bicycle Unit (B.P.U.) began patrol duties in July 1999. The Unit started with six (6) uniformed officers. It is currently staffed with ten (10) officers consisting of one (1) Lieutenant, one (1) Sergeant, and eight (8) Patrol Officers.

The Clinton Township Police Department's Traffic Safety Bureau was dedicated in 2001.  The foundation of the Bureau is residential traffic safety through education and enforcement.  The Bureau is also responsible for abandoned autos, accident investigation and educating our citizens on safety issues i.e. seat belts, drunk driving and the rules of the road.  The Bureau  has two accident reconstructionists for fatal accident investigations and three child seat technicians who are available to the public for child seat inspections.  The radar trailer that you may have seen around the Township is maintained through the Traffic Bureau and is deployed throughout the Township.”

Selected book by a Clinton Township Police Department police officer.

Building a Successful Law Enforcement Career: Common Sense Wisdom for the New Officer
Ryan E. Melsky  More Info

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