Policing Britain

Les Johnston

Editura: Longman
This exciting new book has three aims: to provide an analysis of the changing forms and functions of British policing; to consider the processes which have given rise to those changes; and to examine their implications for policing, society and governance. The central theme is the transition from modern to late modern policing in Britain, as well as in Europe, North America and elsewhere. A key element of this transition is the fragmentation of policing into diverse forms. For that reason the book examines both public policing and the commercial, municipal and civil forms which operate alongside it.Policing Britain will be essential reading for undergraduate and postgraduate students taking courses in police studies, criminology and criminal justice, and in more specialised courses in public order, crime prevention and security management. Its innovative theoretical focus will also be suitable for students taking courses in social policy, sociology and politics where police and policing are studied.
  • Limba : Engleza
  • Cuprins :

    Introduction

    PART1: PROCESSES

    1. The establishment and consolidation of the modern police

    2. Globalization, restructuring and late modern policing

    PART 2: FUNCTIONS

    3. The functions of modern police

    4. The functions of late modern police

    PART 3: FORMS

    5. Public policing: devolution, decentralization and diversity

    6. Public policing: co-ordination, centralization and order

    7. Public policing: the transnational dimension

    8. Commercial policing

    9. Regenerating locality: municipal and civil policing

    PART 4: CONCLUSION

    10. The future of policing

    Suggestions for further reading

    Bibliography

  • Data Publicarii : 2000
  • Editie : 1
  • Format : Paperback
  • Numar pagini : 224
  • ISBN : 9780582298866
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