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Policing : Development and Contemporary Practice

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This lively and comprehensive text combines an overview of the historical development of policing in the UK, with discussion of current debates and practice. It provides a global and comparative context, in order to shed light on contemporary issues.

The book equips students with an in-depth understanding of the challenges and complexities of modern policing, including:

" the relationship between the police and other criminal justice agencies
" styles and approaches in practice
" how to police political violence
" diversity and the police
" police accountability

Featuring chapter summaries, case studies, study questions, an expansive glossary and a date chart listing significant events, the book is easy to use and helps students to reflect upon key themes. It is essential reading for criminology, criminal justice and policing undergraduates.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 272 pages
  • 170 x 240 x 18mm | 458.13g
  • Sage Publications Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1847874606
  • 9781847874603
  • 920,620

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This book is a clearly written account of the progress of policing in the United Kingdom, a welcome and unfettered approach to the subjectThe Criminal Lawyer
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Table of contents

Key Dates in the Development of Policing in the UKThe Emergence and Development of Professional PolicingThe Police Response to CrimePolice Powers The Methods of PolicingThe Police Service and the Criminal Justice SystemThe Control and Accountability of the Police Service Diversity and the Police ServiceThe Police and PoliticsThe Global Dimension to PolicingThe Future Direction of Policing in a Time of Financial Restraint Index
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