4 Levels of Policing

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4 Levels of Policing by Mind Map: 4 Levels of Policing

1. Federal

1.1. Responsibilities

1.1.1. Customs and Excise

1.1.2. Drug Enforcement

1.1.3. Economic Crime

1.1.4. Federal Policing

1.1.5. Immigration

1.1.6. Proceeds of Crime

1.1.7. Criminal Intelligence

1.1.8. International Liaison and Protective Services

1.2. Examples:

1.2.1. RCMP

1.3. Interesting Information

1.3.1. RCMP formed in 1873

1.3.2. RCMP is the only operating police force in Yukon, Nunavut and the NWT

1.4. Found in:

1.4.1. All of Canada

2. Provinical

2.1. Examples:

2.1.1. O.P.P.

2.1.2. RCMP

2.1.3. Surete du Quebec

2.1.4. Royal Newfoundland Constabulary

2.2. Responsibilities:

2.2.1. policing municipalties that do not maintain own police force

2.2.2. respond to municipal police requests for special assistance in emergencies

2.2.3. traffic control on all major highways

2.2.4. investigative services

2.2.5. other assigned duties

2.3. Interesting Information:

2.3.1. All taxpayers, companies, and citizens have equal access to public police

2.3.2. OPP are second largest deployed police force in Ontario

2.4. Found in:

2.4.1. Quebec

2.4.2. Ontario

2.4.3. Newfoundland

3. Aboriginal

3.1. Responsibilities:

3.1.1. offer services that are professional and sensitive to the needs of the community

3.2. Examples:

3.2.1. Dakota-Ojibway Police Service

3.3. Interesting Information:

3.3.1. Administered by the Department of the Solicitor General

3.3.2. Each First Nation can establish stand-alone Aboriginal police forces

3.4. Found in:

3.4.1. Wherever there are First Nations

4. Municipal

4.1. Examples:

4.1.1. Barrie Police Service

4.1.2. Guelph Police Service

4.1.3. Thunder Bay Police Service

4.1.4. Abbotsford Police Department

4.2. Responsibilities

4.2.1. preserving the peace

4.2.2. preventing crimes

4.2.3. assisting victims

4.2.4. apprehending criminals

4.2.5. laying charges, participating in prosecutions

4.2.6. executing warrants

4.2.7. enforcing municipal bylaws

4.3. Interesting Information

4.3.1. Each municipality funds own police force

4.3.2. Divisions are divided into specialized squads

4.4. Found in

4.4.1. All of Canada

4.4.2. Various Municipalities