The SAGE Handbook of Global Policing

Editors: Bradford, Ben, Jauregui, Beatrice and Loader, Ian, et.al.
Publication Year: 2016
Publisher: Sage UK

Single-User Purchase Price: $175.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $262.50
ISBN: 978-1-47-390642-6
Category: Social Sciences - Criminology & Law
Book Status: Available
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The SAGE Handbook of Global Policing examines and critically retraces the field of policing studies by posing and exploring a series of fundamental questions to do with the concept and institutions of policing and their relation to social and political life in today's globalized world.

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Table of Contents

  • Notes on the Editors and Contributors
  • 1. Global Policing Studies: A Prospective Field- Ian Loader, Ben Bradford, Beatrice Jauregui and Jonny Steinberg
  • PART I LENSES
  • 2. Political Theory, Institutional Purpose and Policing- Seumas Miller
  • 3. Disentangling the ‘Golden Threads’: Policing the Lessons from Police History- Georgina Sinclair
  • 4. Beyond the Social Control of Space: Towards a Multidimensional Approach to Local Security Networks- Mariana Valverde
  • 5. The Color of Safety: The Psychology of Race and Policing- Rick Trinkner and Phillip Atiba Goff
  • 6. Police, the Rule of Law and Civil Society: A Philosophical Perspective- Jonathan Jacobs
  • 7. The Anthropology of Police- Kevin G. Karpiak
  • 8. Police Lawfulness and Public Security- Tracey L. Meares
  • 9. Literature and Global Policing- James Purdon
  • PART II SOCIAL AND POLITICAL ORDER
  • 10. Police and State- Thomas Bierschenk
  • 11. Global Policing and the Nation-State- Michael C. Williams
  • 12. The Police and Inequality: Tales from Two Cities- Forrest Stuart and Steve Herbert
  • 13. Policing Difference- Vanessa Barker
  • 14. Policing and Human Rights- Benjamin J. Goold
  • 15. Police, Crime and Order: The Case of Stop and Search- Ben Bradford and Ian Loader
  • 16. War, Policing, and Killing- Cécile Fabre
  • 17. Freedom, Policing and Urban Liberalism- Christopher Lowen Agee
  • PART III LEGACIES
  • 18. Policing after Colonialism- Olly Owen
  • 19. Policing after State Socialism- Andy Aitchison
  • 20. Policing after Dictatorship in South America- Máximo Sozzo
  • 21. Policing after the Revolution: The Emergence of Professional Police in New China- Fangquan Liu and Jeffrey T. Martin
  • 22. Policing after Civil Rights: The Legacy of Police Opposition to the Civil Rights Movement for Contemporary American Policing- Jonathan Simon
  • PART IV PROBLEMS AND PROBLEMATICS
  • 23. Modernization and Development as a Motor of Polity and Policing- Catarina Frois and Helena Machado
  • 24. New Animism in Policing: Re-animating the Rule of Law?- Mireille Hildebrandt
  • 25. Countering Transnational Terrorism: Global Policing, Global Threats and Human Rights- David Cole
  • 26. Police in Armed Conflict- Robert M. Perito
  • 27. Local Dynamics of a Global Phenomenon: Policing Organized Crime- Rolando Ochoa
  • 28. Police, ‘Police’ and the Urban- Graham Denyer Willis
  • 29. Global Policing and Mobility: Identity, Territory, Sovereignty- Helene O. I. Gundhus and Katja Franko
  • 30. Towards a Global Control? Policing and Protest in a New Century- Kıvanç Atak and Donatella della Porta
  • 31. The Market for Global Policing- Adam White
  • 32. Policing and New Environmental Governance- Cameron Holley and Clifford Shearing
  • 33. Policing by and for Women in Brazil and Beyond- Sarah Hautzinger
  • 34. Complex Needs in Policing: Training, Responsibility and Contestation in Late Neoliberalism- Michelle Stewart