Public Order

Public Order : A Global Perspective

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For Public Order Policing courses and advanced police courses in a Criminal Justice Program. Representing a pioneering effort in the field of public order policing, this collection of articles--written by both practitioners and scholars from all continents of the world--presents public order from a global perspective. The articles address a multitude of public disorder situations and strategies (i.e. demonstrations, protests, celebrations, ceremonies, labor activity, traffic control, sports violence, inter-group violence and terrorism) to present the most comprehensive and contemporary perspectives on this subject. The articles cover a great variety of nations and offer a much more diverse collection of readings than the traditional focus on Western democracies.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 304 pages
  • 182.9 x 236.2 x 15.2mm | 430.92g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Prentice Hall
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • 0130417149
  • 9780130417145

Table of contents

I. ISSUE-ORIENTED PROTESTS. Policing of Public Order in Austria, Maximiliam Edelbacher and Peter Famler. Preserving Public Order in the Netherlands, B.R. Visser and M.J. Bezuyen. Public Order Policing in Britain, Andrew Willis. Policing Public Order in Canada, Ian Mackenzie and Darryl Plecas. Public Order Management in Hong Kong, Allan Y. Jiao. II. MASS ACTIONS CENTERING ON QUALITY OF LIFE DEMANDS. Policing of Public Order in Ghana, Joe Como Mprah. Policing of Public Order in Lesotho, Elliot Kahlolo Petlane. Policing of Public Order in Swaziland, Gilbert Magagula. Policing of Public Order in the United Republic of Tanzania, Laurean M. Tibasana. Policing Public Order in Zambia, F. K. Ndhlovu. III. IMPACT OF TERRORISM ON PUBLIC ORDER POLICING. Policing International Terrorism: An American Perspective, Austin T. Turk. Developing Local Law Enforcement's Strategic Capacity to Combat Terrorism in the United States, Vincent E. Henry. Policing Public Order in India, Arvind Verma. IV. CRIME AS PUBLIC DISORDER. Policing of Public Order in Argentina, Mario Daniel Montoya. Policing of Public Order in Finland, Ahti Laitiner. V. PUBLIC ORDER POLICING WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF COMMUNITY POLICING. The Policing of Public Order in Australia, Rick Sarre. Public Order Policing in South Africa, Monique Marks and Johan Oliver. VI. CONCLUSION. Policing of Public Order: A Global Perspective, Dilip K. Das, Allan Y. Jiao, Peter Kratcoski and Arvind Verma. REFERENCES. APPENDICES. Appendix A: IPES. Appendix B: About the Authors.show more