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Policing a Safe, Just And Tolerant Society

An International Model

by Rob Adlam

  • 216 Want to read
  • 18 Currently reading

Published by Waterside Pr Winchester .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Crime & criminology,
  • English legal system,
  • Police & security services,
  • Social Science,
  • Sociology,
  • United Kingdom, Great Britain,
  • Criminology,
  • Political Freedom & Security - Law Enforcement,
  • Criminal justice, Administration of,
  • Police

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages192
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8771393M
    ISBN 101904380093
    ISBN 109781904380092

    In this provocative new book, Richard Ericson and Kevin Haggerty contend that the police have become information brokers to institutions such as insurance companies and health and welfare organizations that operate based on a knowledge of risk. In turn, these institutions influence the ways that police officers think and act. A critical review of existing research reveals the need to study. Policing and Society is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal covering the study of was established in and is published by Taylor & editor-in-chief is Jenny Fleming (University of Southampton) and the editor for Europe is Sebastian Roché (CNRS, Sciences-Po Grenoble), for the Americas is Jennifer Wood (Temple, University), and for Australia is Adrian Cherney Discipline: Criminology, sociology, policing.

    Policing and Society "Policing & Society is widely acknowledged as the leading international academic journal specialising in the study of policing institutions and their practices. It is concerned with all aspects of how policing articulates and animates the social contexts in which it is located. This includes: social scientific investigations of police policy and activity, legal and.   This groundbreaking book penetrates beyond popular and ofttimes misleading notions of what the police do by uncovering the practices and strategies that have hardened into contemporary policing. The author measures the current state of affairs against a standard that not only seeks greater effectiveness but places the highest priority on.

    'the most significant theoretical work on the police since Bittner's The Functions of the Police ().' -- Jerome H. Skolnick, Visiting Distinguished Professor, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, The City University of New York 'extends the risk theory literature into new and important areas, while offering a radical reconception of police work and organisation.' -- David Garland.   The change appeared to work. There was a 23 percent reduction in total use of force and 11 percent reduction in officer injury over several years, on top of reducing racial disparities, according.


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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Preface / Conor Gearty --Introduction Just And Tolerant Society book Peter Villiers and Robert Adlam Tolerance and beyond: an alternative view / Satish Kumar Sustaining a safe, just and tolerant society: the role of the Crown Prosecution Service / David Calvert-Smith Justice, safety and the limits to the.

Book description Taking as a touchstone the UK Home Office motto ‘Building a Safe, Just and Tolerant Society’, this book looks at key matters of concern to police officers and other people interested in how law and order priorities are shaped, including in relation to: Public safety and risk; Tolerance and human rights; Cultural and other Just And Tolerant Society book of diversity; Competing aims and objectives.

ISBN: X: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource ( pages) Contents: Cover --Dedication --Acknowledgements --CONTENTS --Contributors --Preface Conor Gearty --Introduction Tolerance and Beyond: An Alternative View Sustaining a Safe, Just and Tolerant Society: the Role of the Crown Prosecution Service Justice, Safety and the Limits to the.

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I argue that while noble cause corruption in policing is a pro tanto moral wrong and typically undermined criminal justice processes and purposes (as well as the moral character of police officers), it might be morally justified all things considered in some instances.

Noble cause corruption in policing revisited. In A safe, just and Cited by: Police and Policing by Peter Villiers,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Police and Policing: Peter Villiers: We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. Policing and Society provides a genuinely international forum and will have correspondents in most countries where there is a tradition of research and academic inquiry into all aspects of.

The editors of that book argue that applied criminology should not just be a policy science for the smooth functioning of the criminal justice system and government. Rather, it should have a ‘critical edge’ that aims to solve problems as well as raising them.

Cited by: Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. With this book, Ericson and Haggerty revolutionize the study of policing and, for the first time, provide concrete evidence of the central tenets of risk society theory.

Their work will have a major impact not only on scholars in criminology, social theory, and communications, but on policing as by: He has written two earlier books for Waterside Press: Police Leadership in the 21st Century: Philosophy, Doctrine and Developments () and Policing A Safe, Just and Tolerant Society: An International Model for Policing ()(both with Dr.

Robert Adlam). He is also the author of a range of further works on policing, ethics, human rights and. In Police Leadership in the Twenty-first Century the editors have brought together a collection of authoritative and innovative contributions to show that: Leadership is less of a mystery than is often supposed Much mainstream leadership theory can be adapted to police leadership The qualities required can be developed by education and training Concludes by suggesting certain 'Golden Rules Price: $ In policing a free society it is important that police never lose sight of and stay committed to Democratic values.

That while we defend the homelands people from crime and disorder, we at the same time must uphold that which is dearest to us, the United States Constitution and what it attributes to freedom. He has written two earlier books for Waterside Press: Police Leadership in the 21st Century: Philosophy, Doctrine and Developments () and Policing A Safe, Just and Tolerant Society: An International Model for Policing ()(both with Dr.

Robert Adlam).Pages: 'An authorative account of the historical development and contempory practice of police work. It will provide useful insights into policing to students pursuing academic courses in Higher Education and will be of considerable use and interest to those considering policing as a career as well as to serving practitioners': Policing Today 'A substantial introduction to Policing will offer any 5/5(1).

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He has written two earlier books for Waterside Press: Police Leadership in the 21st Century: Philosophy, Doctrine and Developments () and Policing A Safe, Just and Tolerant Society: An International Model for Policing ()(both with Dr.

Robert Adlam). Policing a Safe, Just and Tolerant Society: An International Model by Peter Villiers avg rating — 0 ratings — published Introduction: the Policing Education Qualifications Framework in context.

The Policing Education Qualifications Framework (PEQF) has been developed by the College of Policing (CoP) with the explicit aim of professionalizing the police role in the UK (Home Office, ).Bolstered by the recommendations of Neyroud () and Winsor (), both of which promoted closer collaboration between.On Policing a Free Society Podcast: Episode 1 Dysfunctional Organizations and Their Impact On Response Col John Boyd's Patterns of Conflict Expanded to Policing Part 2: Don't Just Be a a Shaper Too!

Herman Goldstein in his book, Policing a Free Society, is among the most frequently cited works on the police.