executive branch I know a little about it basically president , vice president , 15 cabinet members ,...etc This branch is to enforce the laws created be the legislative branch. But I am wondering for US citizens what people/workers/jobs can enforce the law. Is it just the state , town , federal police or is their more people like under different cabinets. I would like a more complete map of who has the right to enforce what on people in the US. Question 2 Who has the right to arrest somebody is it just state , town police or FBI , Drug administration people . Or is anybody in the executive branch have that right? As well is their anybody outside the executive branch that can arrest another person (in the united states) Question 3 Can regular citizens arrest people in the US. If so would that imply regular citizens fall under the executive branch? Or are you not suppose to make citizens arrests is it illegal to make citizens arrests ? (basically does being in the executive branch imply you can arrest US citizens if they commit a crime or does being able to arrest somebody fall under something more/less general then being in the executive branch of government in the US. Question 4 Correct me if I am wrong but anybody in the executive branch falls under one of the 15 cabinets other then the president , vice president and a few others... But all organizations , companies , executive branch workers falls under one of those cabinets. Correct ? or the structure of the executive branch not a tree like structure with the root being president/vice president and the second top level nodes being just the 15 cabinet members ... on from their..... Thanks for any help with this The structure of the legislative is much easier to understand at least for me it is. Or is it just the department of justice that can arrest don't think this is the only one though but FBI fall under it.