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Policing the Future

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ISBN13: 9789041104168
ISBN: 904110416X
Published: June 1997
Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers
Format: Paperback
Price: £119.00



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As the world gets smaller due to political, economic, social and technological developments, an evident need arises to understand the implications of (inter)national policing.;This collection of papers addresses two central themes - community policing and organizational crime. It brings together insights and experiences on crime, law enforcement and co-operation from both academic and the professional policing world. The contributions derive from a number of different countries and institutions such as the Council of Europe and the United Nations.

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Contents:
Preface, B. Hoogenboom, M.J. Meiboom. IACP and conference themes, C.K. Bakker; Transfer of knowledge - the key principle, H.F. Dijkstal; Setting standards - training is essential, P.J. van Zunderd; The council of Europe - democracy, rule of law and human rights, P. Leuprecht; Policing within the concept of community policing, V.M. Del Buono; 'Community' within the context of community policing, M. Taylor; Policing 2000 Baltimore and the practice of community policing, T.C. Frazier; The practice of community policing in the Rotterdam-Rijnmond region, R.H. Hessing; The communal police model in HajduBihar county, S. Sutka; The organisational crime money-laundering cycle in Italian sauce,E.U. Savona; Organisational crime - the situation in Germany, H. Maass; The serious crime in the United Kingdom, D.C. Veness; The FBI's perspective of organised crime, A.G. Ringgold; Organisational crime in France, J. Peduzzi, J. Guimezanes; The crime situation in Russia and emerging trends, V.N. Petrov; Supranational police-training, S. Pinter. Epilogue, B. Hoogenboom, M.J. Meiboom.