The History of the British Metropolitan Police Service, the Development of Forensic Crime Scene Analysis, and Criminal Profiling

The Metropolitan Police Service, often referred to as the “MET” is one of the oldest detective agencies in the world and is located in London, England. At its peak during the day, London holds 15,000,000 (15 million) people which leads to 1,000,000 (1 million) crimes to occur annually. In 1829, the future prime minister Robert Peel passes the Metropolitan Police Act, which was the beginning of the Metropolitan Police Service. Police in England were named “Bobby’s” and “Peeler’s” after Robert Pee...

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