The man has the police arrest the shoplifter.

=> The man has the police be arrested the shoplifter.

Is this structure right? Explain plzz if right!
Hi Dandbinh.

No the structure you cited is wrong.

Here is the brief explanation of causetives.

1. Have sb do sth

I had the mechanics fix my car.

2. Get sb to do sth

He has the barber to cut his hair.

3. Have/get sth done

She has/gets her house painted.

As for your example you should say

The man had the shoplifter arrested by the police

Regards
"He has the barber to cut his hair."

This sentence is wrong, right?
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dangbinh95lion"He has the barber to cut his hair."
This sentence is wrong, right?
Yes. you have to use infinitive without to for have and with to for get.

I meant he gets the barber to cut his hair.

Thanks for pointing it out.

Cheers