A turning point in sorting out conflicting systems was the Justice of the Peace Act.

A Concise History of American Policing
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El Paso County Sheriff's Office (Texas)

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About the El Paso County Sheriff's Office 

According to the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office, “The Sheriff’s Office Law Enforcement Bureau is comprised of three (3) divisions, the Emergency Services Division, Investigations Division, and Patrol Division, all tasked with carrying out the statutory responsibilities of the Sheriff, which include preserving the peace, executing writs, fire warden responsibilities, and search and rescue efforts.

The Detention Bureau is comprised of three Divisions: Security, Operations and Support. The Security Division is responsible for housing and supervision of the 1500 plus inmates in CJC on a daily basis. The Operations Division encompasses the Intake and Inmate Services and Court Services Sections. The Intake and Inmate Services Section is responsible for the intake and release of inmates from the facilities, classification screening and placement, inmate court file maintenance, bookkeeping and warrant processing. The Court Services Section is responsible for the safe transport and security of all inmates at CJC to and from court. The Detention Support Division encompasses the Standards and Compliance and Facility and Offender Management Sections. The Standards and Compliance Section is responsible for maintaining accreditation through the American Correctional Association (ACA) and the National Commission on Correctional Healthcare (NCCHC) as well as maintaining policies and procedures that direct operations within the Detention Bureau. The Facility and Offender Management Section is responsible for alternative sentencing programs such as Work Release and the Reintegration and Recovery Program.”

Selected book by an El Paso County Sheriff's Office law enforcement official.

?Si Puedo! Yes I Can!: Spanish Language Concepts for Law Enforcement
Steve Gaenzle  More Info

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