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What Is Policing

Author: P.A.J Waddington
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1844456560
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This text provides an accessible, up-to-date and thought-provoking introduction to policing for all those undertaking degrees and foundation degrees. It aims not only to inform students and prepare them for their course, but also to expose them to some of the challenges they will face as they begin their studies and/or policing careers. This book is the essential foundation for the Policing Matters series, explaining what policing is, what the police do, the context for policing and what are the main issues it faces and challenges it poses.

Equality And Diversity In Policing

Author: Brian Stout
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1844456641
Size: 72.40 MB
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Equality and Diversity is a key theme on all policing degree courses. The book starts by contextualising equality and diversity within the legislative and policy framework. It then examines the recent historical context by outlining some of the difficulties and criticisms that the police have faced in dealing with matters of equality and diversity. It considers diversity, not only in terms of how the police relate to the general public, but also how diversity issues impact on police careers and occupational culture.

Der Letzte Polizist

Author: Ben Winters
Publisher: Heyne Verlag
ISBN: 3641113369
Size: 52.46 MB
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Was würdest du tun, wenn die Welt untergeht? Ein Asteroid rast auf die Erde zu. In sechs Monaten wird er einschlagen. Und nichts kann ihn aufhalten. Im Angesicht der Apokalypse tun die meisten Menschen das, was sie schon immer tun wollten, sich aber nie getraut haben. Andere wenden sich dem Glauben zu. Wieder andere begehen Selbstmord. Aber niemand tut mehr seine Pflicht – bis auf Detective Hank Palace. Als sich ein vermeintlicher Suizid als Mord entpuppt, ist Hanks Neugierde geweckt: Wer macht sich kurz vor dem Ende der Welt noch die Mühe, jemanden umzubringen?

Policing Terrorism

Author: Christopher Blake
Publisher: Learning Matters
ISBN: 0857255193
Size: 69.67 MB
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This is an accessible and up to date text for students on police-related degree courses covering a highly topical area of policing. Terrorism has become a major issue for policing during the 21st century, exacerbated by world events, the emerging new terrorism with its global implications, and a growing need to develop effective counter-terrorism strategies. The book provides students with a historical perspective, introduces a number of well established theories relating to terrorism, and considers how the UK has responded by developing a counter terrorism strategy. In a fast-moving area, it captures the latest changes in legislation and government strategy.

Nichts Ist Okay

Author: Brendan Kiely
Publisher: Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag
ISBN: 3423430400
Size: 80.91 MB
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Zwei Stimmen, zwei Autoren, schwarz und weiß.. Eigentlich wollte Rashad nur eine Tüte Chips kaufen, doch kaum hat er den Laden betreten, wird er von einem Polizisten brutal niedergeschlagen. Beobachtet hat den Vorfall ein anderer Junge: Quinn, der ausgerechnet mit der Familie des Angreifers befreundet ist. Rashad ist schwarz, der Polizist weiß. Ein weiterer rassistischer Übergriff? Wie so viele? Rashad landet im Krankenhaus, und Quinn steht zwischen den Fronten. Er muss sich entscheiden: Tritt er als Zeuge auf und wird zum Verräter? Oder hält er den Mund und schweigt zu Diskriminierung und Gewalt. Derweil organisieren Rashads Freunde eine Demonstration gegen Rassismus und Polizeiwillkür. Eine Stadt gerät in Ausnahmezustand. Und zwei Jugendliche mittendrin.

Policing And Technology

Author: Barrie Sheldon
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1844456927
Size: 42.31 MB
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The rapid development of modern technologies is having profound implications on modern-day policing. Recent innovations include the proliferation of sophisticated communication and surveillance devices, developments in road traffic and crime investigation techniques, personal safety equipment, the internet and network and computer forensics, all of which are accompanied by often complex new legislative and regulative requirements. This book ensures that policing students are fully informed and completely up to date with changes, and understand the implications and impact that changing technology brings to practice. Each chapter includes clear objectives, links to the NOS, practical and reflective tasks, case studies and summaries.

Measuring What Matters

Author: National Institute of Justice (U.S.)
Publisher:
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Chapters: how higher expectations for police department can lead to a decrease in crime; a new way of thinking about crime & public order; crime, disorder, & fear; the incivilities thesis: theory, measurement, & policy; constituency building & urban community policing; American's views on crime & law enforcement: recent survey findings; to whom do we answer?; the police as an agency of municipal government: implications for measuring police effectiveness; the police, the media, & public attitudes; constituent expectations of the police & police expectations of constituents; some really cheap ways of measuring what really matters; & what matters routinely?

Policing And Criminal Justice

Author: Christopher Blake
Publisher: Learning Matters
ISBN: 0857255711
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This text provides an accessible and up-to-date introduction to criminal justice for all those undertaking degrees and foundation degrees in policing. It will also be relevant to degree courses in criminology and criminal justice. The book provides a holistic overview of the Criminal Justice System (CJS) and an exploration of the roles of key players within the system and how the police interact with these organisations. It examines some of the principles that underpin the 'modernisation' of the police, in particular how the police service collaborates with partner agencies and the rationale associated with the Change Agenda.

Policing And Criminology

Author: Craig Paterson
Publisher: Learning Matters
ISBN: 0857254154
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A concise and up to date introduction to criminology for those undertaking degrees and foundation degrees in policing, police studies and related subjects. It provides an introduction to criminological perspectives on the development of the police service over the last 200 years alongside an overview of contemporary themes. Key topics include the changing role of policing, police governance and accountability, policing philosophies and strategies and the globalisation of policing. The book also examines the role criminology has played in the modernisation agenda and police reform, the shift to evidence-led policing, and the relationship between criminological theory and police practice.