5 edition of Policing as social discipline found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -257) and index.
|Series||Clarendon studies in criminology|
|LC Classifications||HV8915 .C48 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 262 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||262|
|LC Control Number||97028131|
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This book challenges the traditional idea that policing is the first stage in a criminal justice process, the phase in which the police use their powers of criminal investigation to feed cases into the legal system for authoritative resolution in the courts.
Dr Satnam Choongh stimulating and provocative Policing as Social Discipline is the fourteenth volume to be published since this series was launched in and. Policing as Social Discipline book.
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By 'social discipline', Choongh means the use of legal rules to. This book provides an introduction to criminology for those undertaking degrees and foundation degrees in policing, police studies and related subjects. The book examines the role criminology has played in the modernisation agenda and police reform, Policing as social discipline book shift to evidence-led policing, and the relationship between criminological theory and.
Police in the Hallways makes an important and novel contribution to the literatures on urban education, school discipline, policing, and the experiences of socially, academically, and economically marginalized youth.
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This book is " a snapshot of the complicated world of some boys growing up in Oakland, California, in the midst of a system of punishment which, from their perspective, maintains an ironclad grip on their everyday lives." Victor Rios follows forty Black and Latino teenage boys in Oakland for a few years, in the process getting searched by police, arrested, and being subject /5.
The Over-Policing of America. 12/09/ am ET Updated a path that involves “solving” social problems (and even some non-problems) by throwing cops at them, It starts in our schools, where discipline is increasingly outsourced to police personnel. Police in the Hallways: Discipline in an Urban High School User Review - Mark Bay - Book Verdict.
Increasingly, police officers are being called into public schools all over the country to enforce behavior codes and to provide order, but there is a troubling focus on urban, underperforming. Book Reviews; Published: 01 January ; Policing As Social Discipline. Policing as social discipline book Crowther 1 Author: Chris Crowther.
The challenge of holding police to account is a fundamental one for any society that values the rule of law, liberty, and freedom for citizens. This book argues that conventional approaches to the problem of 'guarding the guards' need to be extended, since new technologies and modes of managing and delivering policing can be considered as forms of governance capable of.
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Here at the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office, we have found that being active on social media by showing the good – and the bad – is a great place to start. That [ ]. As the first Handbook to draw together these multiple themes into one text, and the first international comparative collection on school discipline, surveillance and social control, it will appeal to scholars across a range of fields including sociology, education, criminology, critical security studies and psychology, providing a unique.
This much-needed new book from leading criminology professor Michael Rowe, part of the ‘Key Themes in Policing’ series, explores issues of governance, discipline and transparency.
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Approaches like that bear no relation to complex social realities, not least in emergencies. Policing is a public good, but it is simultaneously a confrontational activity.
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Further you can read about crime protection and crime investigations/5(24). Since Occupy, many have puzzled over the tendency of social movements, regardless of their original grievances, to revolve around an antagonism with cops and cages.
In charting how a range of ruling class strategies – from urban redevelopment and the disciplining of migrant labor, to imperialist counter-insurgency – pivot on policing, this book helps explain why.
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have talked to. It has become the book from which a number of us have grasped some very fundamental principles—picking good people, facing brutal facts, developing a culture of discipline, and relentless follow-through. The original book had not one word about policing in it, yet as I read it, it was all about policing, especially the.
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The theory suggests that policing methods that target minor crimes such as vandalism, public drinking, and fare evasion help to create an atmosphere of. Community policing, as a philosophy, supports the systematic use of partnerships and problem-solving techniques to proactively address the immediate conditions that give rise to public safety issues, including crime, social disorder, and fear of crime—as opposed to.
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It is time us in policing stop using a one-sided approach to discipline and begin to grasp the importance of balancing persuasion and force to influence positive outcomes.
In his book “Leadership the Warriors Art” where I got most of my research for this article, Chris Kolenda states: “That discipline has become a misunderstood quality. surrounding police-youth interactions and examples of model programs for youth engagement. The task force comprised experts in the fields of policing, criminal justice, civil rights, academia, and other arenas, who worked together to identify best practices to.
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