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Introduction to Policing
This groundbreaking new text by Michael Rowe is the first genuinely introductory, comprehensive textbook on policing. Introduction to Policing has been carefully developed to incorporate all the keyExpand
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Policing, Race and Racism
Introduction Part 1: Race and police culture, personnel and organisation 1. Recruitment, retention and promotion 2. Culture, training and organisation Part 2: Policing and the public 3. Stop andExpand
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Racism and Anti-Racism in Football
Acknowledgements Introduction: Contextualising Racism in British Football Football, 'Race' and the Forging of British Identity Standing Together? Charting the Development of Football's Anti-racismExpand
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Following the leader: front‐line narratives on police leadership
Purpose – The purpose of this article is to consider junior officers' attitudes towards those in senior positions, and the implications that this has for current debates on improving policeExpand
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Comparing the Recruitment of Ethnic and Racial Minorities in Police Departments in England and Wales with the USA
In the late 1820s, when British Home Secretary Sir Robert Peel introduced legislation into the British parliament to create the very first police department, the phrase that the ‘police are theExpand
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Rendering Visible the Invisible: Police Discretion, Professionalism and Decision-making
That police officers operate with considerable discretion is a staple of criminological literature. Based on an observational study of a British police service, this article explores the impact of aExpand
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Neighbourhood policing and community safety
`Community' continues to be at the heart of political and policy discourses surrounding policing, security and community safety. While recognizing that there are powerful retrogressive and repressiveExpand
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Notes on a Scandal: The Official Enquiry Into Deviance and Corruption in New Zealand Police
Abstract Since 2004, the New Zealand Police Service has been engulfed by a series of scandals relating to allegations that officers have committed rape and sexual assault and conducted inappropriateExpand
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Electing police and crime commissioners in England and Wales: prospecting for the democratisation of policing
This article explores the prospects for greater democratic governance and accountability of policing arising from the inaugural elections for Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) across England andExpand
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