著者
小宮 京
出版者
日本政治学会
雑誌
年報政治学 (ISSN:05494192)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.64, no.1, pp.1_319-1_339, 2013

This article investigates the reform of Japanese Police System during 1945-55.   Most of the existing studies of Japanese Police System under the Allied Occupation rarely discuss local Police System. Our main focus in this article is the Osaka Metropolitan Police Department (OMPD) during 1949-1954.   In 1948, GHQ ordered the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department (TMPD) to adopt a patrol system on the model of the American system. TMPD refused the directive. Next, GHQ carried out the same directive to Eiji Suzuki, the chief of the Osaka City Municipal Police. Suzuki founded OMPD which had an American type of the patrol system. After the Allied Occupation, OMPD was abolished because it was faithful to GHQ directives. Thus, OMPD was reorganized to the Osaka Prefectural Police Department.   Japanese Police System returned to a highly centralized system as a result that most of the Police System reform under the Allied Occupation were denied.

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かつて「大阪市警視庁」(the Osaka Metropolitan Police Department)があったことを思い出した。https://t.co/6F2wlC5Hyq https://t.co/VAvh7PoiQ2
「終戦から間もなく連合国軍総司令部(GHQ)が接収。返還後の60年には市立博物館が入った」 大阪市警視庁(https://t.co/6zADBNxBD0)があったことは触れられていないのが残念。 https://t.co/Y2fI9Or0YB

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