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Global Policing

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ISBN-13:
9781446292174
Einband:
EPUB
Seiten:
192
Autor:
Ben Bowling
eBook Typ:
Adobe Digital Editions
eBook Format:
EPUB
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Written by two of the leading names in the field, this book is a truly international, critical analysis of the globalization of policing and its impact on contemporary criminology and criminal justice
In the transitional networked society, police power is no longer constrained by the borders of the nation state. It has globalised. Global Policing shows how security threats have been constructed by powerful actors to justify the creation of a new global policing architecture and how the subculture of policing shapes the world system.
Demonstrating how a theory of global policing is central to understanding global governance, the text explores:

- the 'new security agenda' focused on serious organised crime and terrorism and how this is transforming policing

- the creation of global organisations such as Interpol, regional entities such as Europol, and national policing agencies with a transnational reach

- the subculture of the 'global cops', blurring boundaries between police, private security, military and secret intelligence agencies

- the reality of transnational policing on the ground, its effectiveness, legitimacy, accountability and future development.

Written by two leading international experts who bring cutting-edge theoretical debates to life with case studies and examples, Global Policing will prove captivating reading for students and scholars in criminology, criminal justice, international relations, law and sociology.
Theorising Global PolicingThe Problems of Global PolicingPolicing Social TheoryPolicing and the Social ContractPolicing and Political TheoryPolicing and LawColonial PolicingTypes of Transnational PolicingConclusion: Policing an Insecure WorldPolicing and the Transnational-State-SystemThe Changing Morphology of the StateJurisdictional Sovereignty and Functional Diversity in PolicingAgenda Setting and Transnational Policing PrioritiesLegal Discourse and Law-Making in International Police Co-OperationDevelopments in EuropeDevelopments in the United StatesMulti-Agency Co-Operation: The Military, Security and Private SectorsConclusion: Policing the New World OrderThe Global Policing ArchitectureGlobal Police AgenciesRegional Police AgenciesNational Policing HubsPrivate Transnational PolicingGlobal PolicingConclusionThe Occupational Subcultures of Global PolicingPolice Liaison Officers and the Transnational Space BetweenSubcultural Theory and PolicingThe Parameters of Policing SubcultureMeet the Global CopsThe Varied Occupational Character of Global CopsGlobal Policing, Subculture and AccountabilityConclusion: Occupational Policing Subcultures - Global Thoughts/Local ActsGlobal Policing in PracticePolicing Transnational SpacesPolicing Border ZonesPolicing the OceansPolicing CyberspacePolicing Mega-EventsPolicing Transnational FlowsPolicing People: Migrants, Criminals, Terrorists and other Suspect PopulationsPolicing Drugs and GunsPolicing MoneyConclusion: The Consequences of Global PolicingConclusion: The Global Cops Have Arrived
In the transitional networked society, police power is no longer constrained by the borders of the nation state. It has globalised. Global Policing shows how security threats have been constructed by powerful actors to justify the creation of a new global policing architecture and how the subculture of policing shapes the world system. Demonstrating how a theory of global policing is central to understanding global governance, the text explores: - the 'new security agenda' focused on serious organised crime and terrorism and how this is transforming policing- the creation of global organisations such as Interpol, regional entities such as Europol, and national policing agencies with a transnational reach- the subculture of the 'global cops', blurring boundaries between police, private security, military and secret intelligence agencies- the reality of transnational policing on the ground, its effectiveness, legitimacy, accountability and future development.Written by two leading international experts who bring cutting-edge theoretical debates to life with case studies and examples, Global Policing will prove captivating reading for students and scholars in criminology, criminal justice, international relations, law and sociology.

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