is the police force part of the judiciary?
what category does the police force come under...
cornerstones of society
or is it soomething else??
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavourite answer
- waldo_mcgintyLv 61 decade ago
No.They are not part of the judiciary.The government is traditionally divided into the Executive (which carries out government policy) and the Legislature (which enacts the laws) and Judiciary - the Judges who administer the Law.
The Police are an executive arm of the government.They carry out their traditionsl duties - enforcing laws and bringing offenders before the Courts - the Judiciary which decides on sentence after a guilty verdict.
- CAPTREELv 41 decade ago
In countries that use a system of law based upon English Common law, the police are part of the executive branch. In countries that use a system of law based upon European Civil Codes, the police sometimes work under the supervision of a prosecutor or judge, and might be considered part of the judiciary.Source(s): see different legal systems at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Innocent_until_proven...
- Anna PLv 71 decade ago
Police are usually at the local level, and they are part of the executive branch, the heads appointed by mayors or city/county councils.
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
In the UK:
Beware US Answers on this question...!
Its the Police Service ( :-) )
In short, no. The Judiciary essentially means judges.
I've attached a link you may find useful.
- 1 decade ago
Executive and only at a municipal level
- kuykendallLv 44 years ago
in case you have been paid as low as they're you would be compelled to abuse your capability a minimum of a splash merely to feed your little ones. After that first little bit of abuse that is undemanding to purely slip into it. you won't be able to pay the persons you entrust to proect the regulation that little and assume them to guard it!
- 1 decade ago
executive.... they enforce the laws