Typologies of partnership policing: case studies from urban South Africa

@inproceedings{Diphoorn2014TypologiesOP,
  title={Typologies of partnership policing: case studies from urban South Africa},
  author={Tessa Geraldine Diphoorn and Julie Katrine Berg},
  year={2014}
}
In the contemporary pluralised landscape of policing, partnerships between public and private policing bodies are often the norm, rather than the exception. This is particularly the case for South Africa, where partnering between the state police and private security industry has a long history. Through focusing on different types of partnerships between the state police and the private security industry in urban South Africa, this article shows that the generally applied ‘junior-partner’ model… CONTINUE READING
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