10 edition of Political policing found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -235) and index.
|Statement||Martha K. Huggins.|
|LC Classifications||HV8160.A2 H84 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 247 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||247|
|ISBN 10||0822321599, 0822321726|
|LC Control Number||97052378|
Alex Vitale’s book ‘The End of Policing’ provides a necessary critique in these times of extreme over-policing. While the emphasis of the book is very much on the US, there are many lessons to be learnt in terms of policing across the world, particularly as a ‘best practice’ of policing consistently reinforces increased militarisation. This. Political corruption occurs at the top level of the state, and it has political repercussions. Political corruption not only leads to the misallocation of resources, but it also affects the manner in which decisions are made. Political corruption is the manipulation of the political institutions and the rules of procedure, and therefore it.
This third edition of the popular and highly acclaimed text, The Politics of the Police, has been completely revised and updated to take account of recent and profound changes in the law, policy and organisation of Police and Magistrates Courts Act , the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act , the Police Act and the Public Order Bill have all had a major impact on. To identify the police as defenders of the state against those who pose a threat to it, specifically considering the policing of protest; To evaluate the concept of paramilitary policing; To discuss the role of the police as political actors and to consider the role of the key police .
Policing dates back thousands of years to even before the Roman times. The origins of American policing are closely related the Anglo-Saxon model which gave a more communal responsibility. The four Eras’ of American policing that will be focused on are The Political, Professional, Community Policing, and Homeland Security. “The police never saw a noun they didn't want to turn into a verb, so it quickly became "to action", as in you action me to undertake a Falcon assessment, I action a Falcon assessment, a Falcon assessment has been actioned and we all action in a yellow submarine, a yellow submarine, a yellow submarine.
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Reconstructing eighty years of history, Political Policing. examines the nature and consequences of U.S. police training in Brazil and other Latin American countries. With data from a wide range of primary sources, including previously classified U.S. and Brazilian government documents, Martha K.
Huggins uncovers how U.S. strategies to gain political control through police Cited by: 1 Three high quality texts have recently made their appearance which further both our knowledge of the development of political policing in the 20th century and allow a comparative analysis of this phenomenon.
The Huggins book is a fascinating account of the role played by the United States in training and manipulating Latin American police forces and by extension US responsibility in the. Every American concerned about our country’s role in the world should read this book.” — Philip Agee, author of Inside the Company “Written with scholarly precision and patriotic outrage, Political Policing is the most comprehensive investigation we have of the long and detestable U.
involvement in police training in Latin America Pages: Overall, this book is a coherent case study that complements the more police oriented focus of most of the community policing literature." —Allan K. McDougall, University of Western Ontario, Law and Politics Book Review web site, Volume IX, No.
Political policing book, June Emily Apple documents personal and political impacts of British political policing and surveillance and initiatives that activists have taken to uncover and challenge these activities. Eveline Lubbers outlines how activist experiences of surveillance have given rise to.
Political Policing is the way in which the process of policing the community acts in the maintainance and reinforcement of deference to authority. Political policing book living within a system of social order people are socialized (socialization) by political policing to accept that order and the way this is justified by legitimating ideas, like tradition.
Online shopping for Books from a great selection of Specific Topics, Political Science, International & World Politics, Public Affairs & Policy, Ideologies & Doctrines & more at everyday low prices. This book attempts to spark public discussion by revealing the tainted origins of modern policing as a tool of social control.
It shows how the expansion of police authority is inconsistent with community empowerment, social justice—even public s: Protests, Policing, and Race The current protest and unrest in the United States has highlighted the corrosive effects of racism, discrimination and injustice.
These things have no place in societies and by standing together we can be part of the solution. Politics and policing have evolved over the past century and a half from four main era’s in American Policing. The Political Era, reform Era, Community Era, and the New Era.
The Political Era occurred between and and was marked by a drastic changes in social order and by law enforcement doing the bidding of politicians. In a wide-ranging study of community policing in Seattle, political science professor William Thomas Lyons notes, “Community policing colonized community life.”.
The best books on Policing recommended by John Timoney. The youngest four-star chief in the history of the NYPD, and a Medal of Valor laureate, chooses books that address the topic of policing from many angles - from the practical to the poetic.
Evolving with the modern realities of the field, the Fourth Edition discusses major new and ongoing impactful events, such as the political shift marked by the U.S. presidential election of and expanded coverage of women and minorities in policing. The accessible and engaging writing style, coupled with unique coverage of the issues of.
The political era was a period from – in the United States when police officers were appointed by politicians as a political reward, and were used by politicians to maintain their power (e.g.
by breaking up labor strikes, suppressing riots in ethnic minority neighborhoods, or harassing political opponents and unpopular elements of society). There is a Russian saying that police mirror society. The gist of this is that every society is policed to the extent that it allows itself to be policed.
Centralized in control but decentralized in their reach, the police are remarkably similar in structure, chain of command, and their relationships with the political elite across post-Soviet nations--they also remain one of the least.
As the book recognises, the police has ‘always focused on detecting and disrupting movements that threaten the economic and political status quo, regardless of the presence of criminality’, and has ‘overwhelmingly focused on the left’.
Opening the door for such an apparatus of political policing will inevitably see it levelled at the Left. Police and crime commissioners are only half of it, says Tim Brain, former chief constable of Gloucestershire, in his new book.
With cuts in numbers, fundamental changes to. Policing Black Bodies considers mass incarceration, prison industries, the school to prison pipeline, the policing of both women’s and trans bodies, and the police killings of Blacks as part of continuum structured by systemic racism.
Hattery and Smith cap this marvelous book with a provocative chapter discussing policy s: Barnes & Noble® offers a wide and ever-growing selection of current affairs books. Take a deep dive into current events and the world’s most important political issues with thousands of titles on civil & human rights, economics, international relations, U.S.
politics, and more. see in numerous places throughout this book, evidence-based policing, which refers to the use of high-quality social science research to guide police practice, is rapidly becoming an important theme in twenty-first century law enforcement, and may be the most important innovation in policing since Sir Robert Peel formed the world’s first.
The blueprint for law enforcement from Nixon to Reagan came from the Harvard political scientist James Q. Wilson betweenin his book “Varieties of Police Behavior,” and.
Reiners work in The Politics of the Police seems to embrace a Weberian methodology yet is always leans a little more to the left. The analysis is useful from an insiders perspective because no one gets let off the hook, however Reiner is clear he is not on the side of the administrative elites or anyone else who thinks contemporary policing can be analysed from a priviledged middle class Cited by: This book attempts to spark public discussion by revealing the tainted origins of modern policing as a tool of social control.
It shows how the expansion of police authority is inconsistent with community empowerment, social justice—even public safety.