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eBook Black Police Associations An Analysis of Race and Ethnicity Within Constabularies (Clarendon Studies in Criminology) ePub

by Simon Holdaway

  • ISBN: 0199573441
  • Category: Constitutional Law
  • Subcategory: Law
  • Author: Simon Holdaway
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (January 9, 2010)
  • Pages: 280
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This book analyses the new phenomenon of Black Police Associations .

This book analyses the new phenomenon of Black Police Associations (BPAs) established in the majority of constabularies in England and Wales. The analysis is underpinned with the notion that race and ethnicity are socially constructed: the book describes and analyses how race and ethnicity are constructed and sustained within constabularies, and how they have changed during the last two decades, providing a sociological perspective on understanding race within criminal-justice institutions.

Simon Holdoway is Head of the School of Law and Professor of Criminology & Sociology at the University of Sheffield. His studies of the recruitment and the retention of black and other ethnic minority officers have informed national policy and he has acted as an expert consultant on policing issues to the BBC, the Runnymede Trust and the Central Council of Probation Committees amongst others.

Black Police Associations is based on Professor Holdaway's two-year ESRC funded project Black Police Associations .

Black Police Associations is based on Professor Holdaway's two-year ESRC funded project Black Police Associations (BPAs) in the UK. This project built upon the theoretical and evidential foundations of his previous work to analyze the new phenomenon of Black Police Associations established in the majority of constabularies in England and Wales. Lists with This Book.

Black Police Associations. An Analysis of Race and Ethnicity within Constabularies. Clarendon Studies in Criminology. Provides an overview of the history of Black Police Associations and their role within constabularies. Analyses how race and ethnicity are constructed and sustained within constabularies and how they have changed during the last two decades. Offers a sociological analysis of the subject, providing readers with a distinct perspective on understanding race within criminal justice institutions.

Holdaway S (2009) Black police associations: race and ethnicity within constabularies. Holdaway S, O’Neill M (2005) Institutional racism after Macpherson: an analysis of police views. Oxford University Press, OxfordGoogle Scholar. Holdaway S, Barron A-M (1997) Resigners? The experience of black and Asian police officers. Macmillan, BasingstokeGoogle Scholar. Policing 16:349–369Google Scholar. Jones S (1986) Policewomen and equality. Lamberth J (2003) Racial profiling data analysis study: final report for the San Antonio police departments. Lamberth Consulting, PennsylvaniaGoogle Scholar.

Simon Holdaway, Black Police Associations An Analysis of Race and Ethnicity within Constabularies‟, Clarendon Studies in. .Views of racism in constabularies after Macpherson, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 2007

Simon Holdaway, Black Police Associations An Analysis of Race and Ethnicity within Constabularies‟, Clarendon Studies in Criminology (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009) ISBN: 9780199573448. With Megan O´Neil, & Police Associations and the Lawrence Report´, in Mike Rowe (e., Policing Beyond Macpherson, Willan, 2007, pp-88-106. Views of racism in constabularies after Macpherson, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 2007. With Megan O´Neil,´ Examining & Dressing´: The views of Black Police Associations on recruitment and training´, The International Journal of Migration Studies, 2007

Black Police Associations is based on Professor Holdaway's two-year ESRC funded project Black Police Associations (BPAs) in the UK.

Black Police Associations: From Ethnic Group to Ethnic Association. Simon Holdaway is Head of the School of Law and Professor of Criminology & Sociology at the University of Sheffield. Includes bibliographical references and index. Published 2009 by Oxford University Press in New York. The author takes a sociological and theoretical approach to the subject, in contrast to current criminology which is more evaluative and policy oriented.

Black Police Associations is based on Professor Holdaway's two-year ESRC funded project Black Police Associations (BPAs) in the UK. This project built upon the theoretical and evidential foundations of his previous work to analyze the new phenomenon of Black Police Associations established in the majority of constabularies in England and Wales. The author takes a sociological and theoretical approach to the subject, in contrast to current criminology which is more evaluative and policy oriented. The analysis is underpinned with the notion that race and ethnicity are socially constructed: the book describes and analyzes how race and ethnicity are constructed and sustained within constabularies and how they have changed during the last two decades, providing students, researchers and academics with a sociological perspective on understanding race within criminal justice institutions. Black Police Associations covers the history of BPAs; the construction and consequences of the notion of 'black' as a political emblem within constabularies; the work and influence of BPAs (nationally and within constabularies); post-McPherson policing; new forms of racism within constabularies; ethnic identities amongst ethnic minority police officers and BPAs, and the occupational culture. By analyzing the work of BPAs within constabularies, the author posits a number of implications for change within the management of constabularies.