Paper $34.95 ISBN: 9781447325413 Published January 2017 For sale in North and South America only
Cloth $89.95 ISBN: 9781447325406 Published January 2017 For sale in North and South America only

Plural Policing

Theory and Practice

Colin Rogers

Plural Policing

Colin Rogers

Distributed for Policy Press at the University of Bristol

176 pages | 6 1/4 x 9 1/4
Paper $34.95 ISBN: 9781447325413 Published January 2017 For sale in North and South America only
Cloth $89.95 ISBN: 9781447325406 Published January 2017 For sale in North and South America only
The police increasingly need to work with other government agencies, the third sector, community organizations, and the private sector—an approach known as plural policing. This book critically analyzes the rise of this approach in England and Wales over the past decade, drawing on examples of national and international practice. Written by an author with extensive experience in both academia and police practice, Plural Policing both discusses the consequences of this approach for the historical model of policing provision and challenges views on how policing should be delivered in the future. Filling a growing need for research incorporating evidence-based policing, this book will dovetail with a variety of important issues covered in all policing courses.
Review Quotes
Frank Leishman, Newman University | Criminal Law and Criminal Justice Books
“A topical and informative volume, one of a number in a series Key Themes in Policing, which aims to reflect the importance of incorporating evidence based policing into higher education curricula. It certainly functions as being helpful in navigating a route through the current plural policing landscape of England and Wales.”
Sean Butcher, University of Leeds
“A most welcome addition to the reading lists of students and practitioners in the wider policing field.”
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