International Perspectives on Police Education and Training
This book examines the role of education and training in the development of police in the contemporary world. Bringing together specialist scholars and practitioners from around the world, the book examines training methods in the UK, the USA, Australia, Canada, China, France, Hungary , India, the Netherlands, St Lucia and Sweden.
The book throws light on important aspects of public service policing, and new areas of public and private provision, through the lens of training and development. It will be of interest to policing scholars and those involved in professional and organizational development worldwide.
- Paperback | 344 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 19.05mm | 521.63g
- 09 Jun 2015
- Taylor & Francis Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
- 5 Line drawings, black and white; 34 Tables, black and white; 5 Illustrations, black and white
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About Perry Stanislas
Robert Reiner, Emeritus Professor of Criminology, LSE, UK.
"This is an excellent text that provides a careful analysis of the professionalisation agenda in policing across the world. This book is a crucial source for anyone interested in examining the demands on policing and the attempts of police training and education to prepare police personnel for the unique challenges they face." ã
Dr Stephen Tong, Director of Policing, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK.
"This book gives recognition to the crucial role played by education and training in all aspects of policing. Whether it is in the context of police officers' skills and competencies, police reform, the professionalisation of policing, or trends in police organizations globally, the contributors have something interesting and significant to say about it. For anyone who wants to understand where the future of policing lies, this is an essential text."
Professor Kenneth B. Scott, Centre for Criminal Justice and Police Studies, University of the West of Scotland, UK.
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