Instructions: Use the definitions below to discover the correct term and then find the term in the puzzle.
- The right and the power to commit an act or order others to commit an act.
- A slang term for the police force created in 1829 by Sir Robert Peel’s Metropolitan Police Act that was derived from the short form of Robert, Bob.
- A police organization created circa 1748 by magistrates Henry Fielding and his brother Sir John Fielding whose members went on patrol, rather than sitting at a designated post.
- The head of law enforcement for large districts in early England. In the modern United States, a constable serves areas such as rural townships and is usually elected.
- An early form of English government that divided communities into groups of 10 men who were responsible for the group’s conduct and ensured that a member charged with breaking the law appeared in court.
- In early England, the alarm that citizens were required to raise upon the witness or discovery of a criminal offense.
- The head of a group of 10 men who served as an administrator and judge.
- Created in 1829 by Sir Robert Peel, it was the first successful bill to create a permanent, public police force.
- A style of policing that attempts to address underlying social problems that contribute to crime.
- A private police force created by the West India Trading Company in 1798 that represented the first professional, salaried police force in London.
- An early English system overseen by the constable in which a watchman guarded a city’s or town’s gates at night.