Believe it or not, the first Metropolitan Police force was established by Sir. Robert Peel, who was appointed as London’s Home Secretary and he took office in 1822. Sir Robert Peel later established the Metropolitan Police Force in 1829. Through the test of time, the United States have closely  followed the footsteps of the Queen and the Royal Crown. Then, in 1838, the city of Boston established the first American Police Force in the United States followed by the New York City Police Department several years later in 1845.

As it turns out, the rise in alternative philosophies of medicine hit the market in the early 1830’s, this was several years before any established police department was created in the United States. The most common types of medicine performed in those days where Physio-Medicine, Homeopathic Medicine, Ecelectic Medicine, and later came Osteopathic Medicine. After three long decades, of little or no regulatory agencies governing the practice of medicine, the North Carolina Medical Board was finally established in 1859 to regulate the practice of medicine. These regulatory boards exploded all over the U.S. leading to what we see today.

Over the years, politicians and regulatory agencies have placed more and more emphasis on regulations and regulatory laws. One of the most profound and unimaginable regulations is having the police department to regulate doctors and the practice of medicine. The Medical Board is not an ordinary police department because the police officers working within the department have the same dully sworn powers as any other officer. Many of us ask ourselves; what is the difference?

The difference is very subtle; however, the police have taken much advantage over the years. The most important advantage that the Medical Board police have captured is the advent of the accusations. An accusation by definition is a charge or claim that someone has done something illegal or wrong. The definition actually spells out the actions or process of accusing someone. An accusation is not a legal reprehensible act that can be aimed at the Medical Board police investigator. Many times, if the doctors say that the investigators lied on their report, we have all seen this happen all too many times: Your attorney and the Medical Board team will usually tell you to take it up with the Administrative Law Judge. Most nurses and doctors are baffled with these types of explanations that really do not address the issues.

A police report is a record of an incident deemed to be a legal report, also known as an ”incident report.” The Medical Board law enforcement police officers have no accountability for writing false police reports, which is also very common. The Medical Board police officers are really getting away with murder because their unlawful actions are deflected to the prosecutors and the judges. How can we resolve these serious issues of police misconduct without accountability? A Civilian Police Review Committee for all the Medical Boards in this country will put an end to this type of misconduct. Imaging, if the Medical Board Police made a false report and you filed a complaint with the Civilian Police Review Committee and they determined that the “police” lied and made a false report! The only way to stop police misconduct is to be able to hold the police officer accountable. A Civilian Police Review Committee can provide much needed due process and constitutional protections for doctors and nurses; in turn, leveling out the playing field for all the players and not just the ones batting at home plate.


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