The governance of policing and security

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By Statement Bob Hoogenboom
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Notes Includes bibliographical references (p. 222-233) and index. Translated from the Dutch. Description based on print version record.
Number Of Pages 236
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Pagination 1 online resource (vii, 236 p.)
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Publish Country enk
Publish Date 2010
Publish Places Basingstoke [England]
New York
Publishers Palgrave Macmillan
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Series Crime prevention and security management
Crime prevention and security management
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Subjects Polizeiaufgabe
Political Freedom & Security
Police administration
Law Enforcement
Crime prevention
International Security
Pra vention
Innere Sicherheit
Kriminalita t.
Subtitle ironies, myths and paradoxes
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The governance of policing and security
Authors Bob Hoogenboom
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Categories Political Science
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Description "This book explores policing, regulation, private security and intelligence to understand current transformations in policing. Policing today can no longer be understood only in terms of an organization (the police), but more and more in terms of multi-agency processes. This could be functional for national security interests, safety and security but detrimental to accountability and the democratic process." "Bob Hoogenboom discusses notions of 'blurring of boundaries', 'unbounding' and 'hybridity' and pays homage to, and critiques, leading thinkers in the field. Hoogenboom argues that police studies and criminology are too fragmented and focused on the criminal justice system and not oriented enough towards 'undertows' in policing and security. Drawing from not only a wealth of academic sources but also literature and popular culture, this book unpicks what these new forms of security mean for governance." --Book Jacket.
Language en
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Page Count 236
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Published Date 2010-03-15
Publisher Palgrave MacMillan
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Subtitle ironies, myths and paradoxes
Title The governance of policing and security

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