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Some problems of international policing.

Council on Foreign Relations.

Some problems of international policing.

by Council on Foreign Relations.

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Published in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • International police.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesPublications of the Council on Foreign Relations
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJX1981.P7 C65
    The Physical Object
    Pagination56 numbered leaves
    Number of Pages56
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6502110M
    LC Control Number46016281
    OCLC/WorldCa11564333

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    Police shootings in Ferguson, New York and Cleveland have stirred up racial tensions, we've witnessed a rise in SWAT raids in recent years, and we've seen an increasing amount of military hardware end up in the hands of police departments – equipment that wasn’t really ever intended for local police work, and equipment police aren't trained to use. Some people have begun to blame the. Sweeney, T. J., Et. Al. – Issues in Police Patrol: A Book of Readings. Publication Date: 1/ Keyword: Law Enforcement Critical Issues Patrol Practices Author: Sweeney, T. J. Series: From the Archive. Recent Publications. Baltimore Community Input to the Baltimore Police Department Community Policing .

    The Problem Oriented Policing Model Words | 7 Pages. who was first to establish a MET in London, that too 17 divisions. Since many different policing models have been developed in the 19th/20thC such as preventative policing and zero tolerance policing for many reasons such as; changes in the demand for police and changes in the patterns of crime. Police - Police - The history of policing in the West: Understood broadly as a deliberate undertaking to enforce common standards within a community and to protect it from internal predators, policing is much older than the creation of a specialized armed force devoted to such a task. The activity of policing preceded the creation of the police as a distinct body by thousands of years.


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