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Policing and Security in Practice: Challenges and Achievements

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Edited by: Tim Prenzler

ISBN13: 9781137574701
Published: November 2015
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £25.99



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Modern policing is a vital institution for the defence of political and civil rights and for the protection of citizens from crime and fear of crime. Private security agents are also playing an increasingly important role in crime prevention and order maintenance, and also in protecting government assets and services. At the same time, crime and disorder remain major problems in contemporary societies, and there are ongoing issues of integrity and competency in many police departments and in the security industry.

Policing and Security in Practice: Challenges and Achievements addresses questions of 'best practice' across police and security work by focusing on what the scientific literature says about how to achieve optimal outcomes in law enforcement, crime prevention and professional standards. Each chapter is written by subject experts with many years of research experience and of collaborative work with policing and security agencies. The book is a highly readable, inspiring and fully grounded guide to achieving the best in policing and security.

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Subjects:
Police and Public Order Law
Contents:
Foreword
M.Gill
1. (Re)Constructing Best Practice in Policing
T.Legrand and S.Bronitt
2. Legitimacy and Policing
E.Sargeant, K.Murphy, J.Davis and L.Mazerolle
3. The Suppression of Organised Crime: New Approaches and Problems
J.Ayling and R.Broadhurst
4. Policing Contemporary Protests
D.Baker
5. Integrating Intelligence into Policing Practice
J.Evans and M.Kebbell
6. The Effectiveness of Traffic Law Enforcement in Reducing Traffic Crashes
L.Bates, B.Watson and D.Soole
7. Approaches to Improving Organisational Effectiveness: The Impact of Attraction, Selection and Leadership Practices in Policing
J.M.Drew
8. Corruption Prevention and Complaint Management
L.Porter and T.Prenzler
9. Public-Private Crime Prevention Partnerships
T.Prenzler and R.Sarre
10. Safety in Policing and Security Operations
T.Prenzler
11. Making the Most of Security Technology
R.Draper, T.Prenzler and J. Ritchie
12. Optimising Security through Effective Regulation: Lessons from Around the Globe
M.Button