Write 2 pages – word paper in which you include the following:
Who is Robert Peel and what is his significance related to policing?
Describe an event that occurred in the Political Era of Policing. How do you feel it has impacted policing today?
Explain what changed in policing during the Professional Era.
Explain the police crises of the 1960s.
Describe at least two developments in policing since 1970.
Wilson is introduced alongside the valley of ashes, as a resident with his wife Myrtle. For instance, Wilson is described as a “piece of waste”,”blond”, “spiritless”, “anemic”, “ghost”, “cement”, “alive”(25).Wilson lives in poverty which makes him blind to his surroundings. Wilson is a foil to Gatsby since Gatsby represents the American Dream on how anyone can become rich and happy. Wilson represents the hopeless of a person who did not achieve the American Dream, and gave up. Also, to elaborate how hopeless Wilson is; in his wedding he used hi friend’s tuxedo and Myrtle was ashamed of his poverty(35). Through this scene Fitzgerald contributes on how Wilson lives in poverty and has completely gave up on the American Dream. Overall, through Wilson Fitzgerald reveals the class of people who gives up on life and is used by the upper class for their own benefits. 4. Even before his wedding with Daisy, Tom has been always unlocalized to her by sleeping with other women, in this case is secret relation with Myrtle. Both of Tom’s relations are exact opposites of each other. For instance, at dinner Daisy repeated the word “hulking”(12) even though Tom stated that he hates that word. Fitzgerald reveals how Daisy contains some power in their relation, making Tom seem less like a strong figure. Since she casually mocks him, when she has a chance. While in the other hand, Tom’s and Myrtle’s reaction is described as “couldn’t keep my eyes off”, “patent leather”, “can’t live forever”(35-36).Their relationship is primarily based on the physical excitement of coidus. In addition, since with Daisy Tom feels less of a man; when he got in an argument with Myrtle he “broke her nose with his opened hand”(37).Tom establishes his dominance of Myrtle’s submission, that he can not complete around Daisy. With Myrtle, Tom reveals the aspect on how the upper class exploits the lower classes for their own benefits. Overall, both relationships are mirrors of each other. 5. Gatsby’s library is introduced in chapter three, when Nick explores Gatsby’s house. As he enters in the library, he meets a man named owl eyes, who explains in an energetic tone that all of the book are “real”(45).Owl eyes recognizes Gatsby’s commitment to the American Dream and his dream to win Daisy. Gatsby has left no detail out, in order to impress Daisy that he is never going back and is all in. Fitzgerald alludes to David Belasco, who was a famous play write, director, and producer who spared no expense in creating elaborate stage sets. As a way Gatsby is shown as Belasco, because Gatsby did not care how much money he wasted on books since his only focus was Daisy’s opinion. Overall, through the library Gatsby demonstrates that his only attentio>GET ANSWER