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Check Police Arrest records for Free on PoliceArrests.com. Find arrest information based on name or area information http://www.policearrests.com/

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Free Police Reports   http://www.policearrests.com/

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The law requires documentation through paper and electronic records of every step of a criminal arrest – but that doesn’t mean arrests always look like the ones you see on television. Police work is more mundane and paperwork-intensive than 30 minute dramas would lead you to believe. There’s a lot more to daily police work than speed traps and getting cats out of trees. Police at the front line of community response are continually tasked with additional duties, whether or not technology and support services are in place. For instance, a community may have an issue with cars ignoring flashing lights on school buses, putting children at risk. Due to the immediacy of the threat, police would be told to find a solution despite police officers having a full slate of tasks from writing incident reports to investigating crimes and serving warrants. Likewise, fugitives may slip through their hands because record keeping is not up to date at a court house or because warrants are not entered into a database that officers on the street have access to. About Us

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Free Police Reports Online   http://www.policearrests.com/

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Arrest Records History Policing in America has continually morphed and expanded since 1800 when our agrarian forefathers found better-paying jobs in industry, moved into growing cities and started spending discretionary earnings in taverns and brothels. America’s beacon as a land of opportunity created large cities of immigrants and itinerants, driving the demand for a police force armed and equipped to quell disputes.

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Justification for arresting a person is established in one of many ways, such as: by witnessing a crime (e.g. police catching a man running out of a bank with a bag of money in his hand), the testimony of witnesses (e.g. people who were in the bank during the robbery and identified the robber), or by establishing probable cause (e.g. finding an empty bank bag in a car owned by a person who fits the robber’s physical description).

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Contact Us http://www.policearrests.com/

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