International Police Cooperation

International Police Cooperation : A World Perspective

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International Police Cooperation combines the efforts of leading practitioners and academics in criminology to address the challenges of such persistent international problems as organized crime and illegal immigration. Employing an innovative cross-cultural and comparative methodology, editors Daniel J. Koenig and Dilip K. Das and their eminent contributors present invaluable information for students of criminology and sociology which will fill a long-felt gap in the literature on policing.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 208 pages
  • 154.9 x 228.6 x 27.9mm | 635.04g
  • Lexington Books
  • Lanham, MD, United States
  • English
  • 0739102265
  • 9780739102268

About Daniel J. Koenig

Daniel J. Koenig is Professor of Sociology at the University of Victoria. Dilip K. Das is Professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice at the State University of New York in Plattsburgh. He is the author ofPolicing in Six Countries around the World, andPolice Practices: An International Review.show more

Table of contents

Part 1 Multinational Perspectives Chapter 2 International Police Cooperation: A World Perspective Chapter 3 Interpol's Role in International Police Cooperation Chapter 4 Europol Chapter 5 International Police Cooperation in Africa Chapter 6 International Police Cooperation in North America: A Review of Practices, Strategies, and Goals in the United States, Mexico, and Canada Chapter 7 A South American Perspective Chapter 8 International Police Cooperation in Asia Part 9 Individual Country Perspectives Chapter 10 Australia Chapter 11 Austrian International Police Cooperation Chapter 12 International Police Cooperation in China Chapter 13 A German Perspective on Future European Security Needs Chapter 14 A Perspective from Ghana Chapter 15 India's Role in International Police Cooperation Chapter 16 International Police Cooperation: Ireland Chapter 17 International Police Cooperation in Japan Chapter 18 Kenya Chapter 19 Cooperation with Central Europe: The Dutch Case Chapter 20 International Police Cooperation from a Norwegian Perspective Chapter 21 Singapore's Experience with International Police Cooperation Chapter 22 International Police Cooperation: Report from Slovenia Chapter 23 Sri Lanka: International Police Cooperation Chapter 24 Swiss Intercantonal and International Police Cooperation Chapter 25 International Police Cooperation: A Tanzanian Perspective Chapter 26 United States International Policing Activities: An Overview Part 27 Concluding Reflections Chapter 28 Reflections on International Police Cooperation: Putting Police Cooperation in its Place-An Organizational Perspectiveshow more

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Using an innovative cross-cultural and comparative methodology, Koenig and Das present an invaluable source of information for students in the field of criminology and sociology that will fulfill a long-felt gap in the literature on policing. Crime and Justice Internationalshow more