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In the united States, what is the difference between a "peace officer" and a "Police officer"

 
ChvyV8Bldr
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In the united States, what is the difference between a "peace officer" and a "Police officer"
Peace officer doesn't have the authority of a cop, right?
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12/20/2012 11:10 AM
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Re: In the united States, what is the difference between a "peace officer" and a "Police officer"
Peace officer doesn't have the authority of a cop, right?
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What about a poleace officer
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12/20/2012 11:16 AM
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Re: In the united States, what is the difference between a "peace officer" and a "Police officer"
there are no peace officers....only militarized police.
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Re: In the united States, what is the difference between a "peace officer" and a "Police officer"
Peace officer can be a cop, DNR officer, motor vehicle enforcement, etc. Basically anyone who can arrest you if they see you commit a public offence.

Contrast with other types of "officers": judicial officers (judges), military officers, etc.
ChvyV8Bldr (OP)
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Re: In the united States, what is the difference between a "peace officer" and a "Police officer"
Peace officer can be a cop, DNR officer, motor vehicle enforcement, etc. Basically anyone who can arrest you if they see you commit a public offence.

Contrast with other types of "officers": judicial officers (judges), military officers, etc.
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Then why don't they call them police officers? AND call police officers peace officers?
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