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Title Community policing - a European perspective : strategies, best practices and guidelines / P. Saskia Bayerl, Ruza Karlovic, Babak Akhgar, Garik Markarian, editors.
Imprint Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2017]

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Series Advanced sciences and technologies for security applications.
Advanced sciences and technologies for security applications.
Subject Community policing -- European Union countries.
Alt Name Bayerl, P. Saskia,
Karlovic, Ruža,
Akhgar, Babak,
Markarian, Garik,
Description 1 online resource.
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Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Foreword; Acknowledgements; Contents; Editors and Contributors; 1 Introduction; References; CP Context and Processes; 2 Community Policing in Support of Social Cohesion; 2.1 Communities and Crime-The Role of Social (Dis)Organisation, Social Cohesion, Community Cohesion, Integration and Resilience; 2.2 (In)formal Crime Control and Community Policing; 2.3 Community Policing in Support of Social Cohesion; 2.4 Challenges of Community Policing in Support of Social Cohesion; 2.5 Conclusion; References; 3 'One for All and All for One': Fostering Accountability in Community Policing; 3.1 Introduction
3.2 Accountability3.3 Local Accountability; 3.4 Democratic Accountability; 3.5 A Roundtable of Accountabilities: Accountability Among Equals; 3.6 Conclusion; References; 4 Community Policing: The Relevance of Social Contexts; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 The Context-Specific Nature of 'European' Community Policing; 4.3 Contemporary Community Policing in Europe; 4.4 The Multi-contextuality of European Community Policing; 4.5 Integration of the European Perspectives and Context of Community Policing; 4.6 Summary and Recommendations; References
5 Community Policing as a Social System and Its Components5.1 Introduction; 5.2 System Components; 5.3 Community Policing in Finland; 5.4 Community Policing in Helsinki; 5.5 Conclusions; References; European CP Practices and Case Studies; 6 Community Policing and Radicalization: Evaluation and European Examples; 6.1 Introduction; 6.2 Community Policing; 6.3 Radicalization; 6.3.1 The Process of Radicalization; 6.3.2 Factors and Mechanisms of Radicalization; Individual Level; Group Level; Mass Level; 6.3.3 The Internet
6.4 De-Radicalization and the Role of Community Policing6.4.1 Engaging with Youths; 6.4.2 Engaging with Faith-Based Organizations and Religious Leaders; 6.4.3 Engaging with Minorities; 6.5 European Initiatives in the Field of De-radicalization; 6.5.1 Germany; 6.5.2 Denmark; 6.5.3 Sweden; 6.5.4 England; 6.6 Conclusion; References; 7 Police Liaison Approaches to Managing Political Protest: A Critical Analysis of a Prominent UK Example; 7.1 Police Liaison: Contemporary Nature and Origins; 7.2 The 'Anti-Lib Dem' Protest Rally in Sheffield, UK, 2011
7.3 Operation Obelisk: Understanding Its Nature and Effectiveness7.3.1 The Setting; 7.3.2 Situated Interaction; 7.4 Sincerity or Sham?; References; 8 Community Policing and Public Perception: Belgian Expectations and Images of the Police; 8.1 Introduction; 8.2 Community Policing in Belgium; 8.3 Perspectives on the Role of the Police; 8.4 Police as Viewed Through the Glasses of the Citizen; 8.4.1 Methodology of the Research; 8.5 Research Results; 8.5.1 What Does One Expect from the Police?; 8.5.2 Which Image Do People Have of the Police?
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed June 7, 2017).
Summary This book provides a view into the multi-dimensional and multi-contextual nature of community policing. It brings together important conceptual discussions as well as numerous case studies and real-life examples of European community policing practices. It further offers insights into how the (primarily locally focused) concept of community policing fits into an increasingly interconnected world. Our book is intended for professionals working in community policing, academics and policymakers developing community policing procedures. In addition, the book aims to provide information for readers who are new to the subject of community policing. The wide range of examples and case studies make it also an excellent resource for teaching materials.
ISBN 9783319533964 (electronic bk.)
3319533967 (electronic bk.)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-319-53396-4
OCLC # 988079646
Additional Format Printed edition: 9783319533957.

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