Rendering Visible the Invisible: Police Discretion, Professionalism and Decision-making

@article{Rowe2007RenderingVT,
  title={Rendering Visible the Invisible: Police Discretion, Professionalism and Decision-making},
  author={M. Rowe},
  journal={Policing and Society},
  year={2007},
  volume={17},
  pages={279 - 294}
}
  • M. Rowe
  • Published 2007
  • Sociology
  • Policing and Society
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 a positive arrest policy that considerably reduced the extent to which officers could use their discretion when dealing with incidents of domestic violence. The basis of the policy was that the police service should treat this type of crime more seriously than has often been the case, and that the… Expand
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