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by Adam Crawford,Stuart Lister,Sarah Blackburn,Jonathan Burnett

  • ISBN: 1861346719
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Adam Crawford,Stuart Lister,Sarah Blackburn,Jonathan Burnett
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Policy Press (March 15, 2005)
  • Pages: 128
  • ePub book: 1956 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1111 kb
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  • Rating: 4.4
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Home Browse Books Book details, Plural Policing: The Mixed Economy of Visible. Reactive demands on the police have relegated the provision of crime prevention and patrol officers working in dedicated localities to a residual role.

Home Browse Books Book details, Plural Policing: The Mixed Economy of Visible. Plural Policing: The Mixed Economy of Visible Patrols in England and Wales. Despite the original Peelian vision of crime prevention as a central element of police work, the history of the professional police has been one in which, until recently, crime prevention has been defined in increasingly narrow and specialist terms and has been pushed to the margins of the police organisation.

PDF On Jan 1, 2005, Adam Crawford and others published Plural Policing: The Mixed Economy of Visible . Restorative policing has experienced somewhat of a tumultuous journey within the international criminal justice landscape.

PDF On Jan 1, 2005, Adam Crawford and others published Plural Policing: The Mixed Economy of Visible Patrols in England and Wales. The practice first emerged in Wagga Wagga, Australia in the early 1990s where its architects drew inspiration from both the New Zealand conferencing system and John Braithwaite’s theory of reintegrative shaming.

Adam Crawford is Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice Stuart Lister, Lecturer, and Sarah Blackburn .

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Plural policing: The mixed economy of visible patrols in England and Wales. P Hadfield, S Lister, P Traynor

Plural policing: The mixed economy of visible patrols in England and Wales. A Crawford, S Lister, S Blackburn, J Burnett. P Hadfield, S Lister, P Traynor. Criminology & Criminal Justice 9 (4), 465-485, 2009. Additional security patrols in residential areas: notes from the marketplace. A Crawford, S Lister. Policing & Society 16 (02), 164-188, 2006. The patchwork shape of reassurance policing in England and Wales: Integrated local security quilts or frayed, fragmented and fragile tangled webs? A Crawford, S Lister. Policing: An international journal of police strategies & management 27 (. 2004.

Adam Crawford, Stuart Lister, Sarah Blackburn and Jonathan Burnett Plural Policing: The Mixed Economy of. .112 Criminology & Criminal Justice 7(1). policing arrangements under the oversight of democratic bodies

Adam Crawford, Stuart Lister, Sarah Blackburn and Jonathan Burnett Plural Policing: The Mixed Economy of Visible Patrols in England and Wales Bristol: Policy Press, 2005. 128 pp. £1. 9 ISBN 1–86134–671–9 (pbk). policing arrangements under the oversight of democratic bodies.

Adam Crawford, Stuart Lister, Sarah Blackburn. This timely and important report draws together the findings of an extensive two-year study of developments in the provision of visible policing in England and Wales.

Jacobs, J. (1961), The Death and Life of Great American Cities: The Failure of Town Planning, Penguin Books, Harmondsworth.

Crawford, . Lister, . Blackburn, S. and Burnett, J. (2005), Plural Policing: The Mixed Economy of Visible Patrols in England and Wales, The Policy Press, Bristol. 1988), Community policing and foot patrol: issues of theory and evaluation, in Greene, . Jacobs, J.

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Find nearly any book by Stuart Lister. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. by Adam Crawford, Stuart Lister, Sarah Blackburn, Jonathan Burnett. ISBN 9781861346711 (978-1-86134-671-1) Softcover, Policy Press, 2005.

This timely and important report draws together the findings of an extensive two-year study of developments in the provision of visible policing in England and Wales. Exploring the dynamic relations between different public and private providers, it combines an overview of national developments with a detailed analysis of six focused case studies, including two city centres, one out-of-town shopping centre, an industrial park and two residential areas. The report considers the role of community support officers, neighbourhood wardens and private security guards, amongst other plural policing personnel and outlines the policy implications of the research findings, particularly with regard to the Government's current police reform agenda. It also provides important insights and recommendations regarding the organisation, co-ordination and regulation of the future mixed economy of visible security patrols.Plural policing will be of special interest to academics, researchers, policy makers, police and security managers and students of criminology and policing, as well as all those interested in community safety and the changing face of modern policing.