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Title Democratic policing in transitional and developing countries / edited by Nathan W. Pino and Michael D. Wiatrowski.
Imprint Aldershot, Hampshire ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate Pub. Co., 2006.

Series Interdisciplinary research series in ethnic, gender, and class relations
Interdisciplinary research series in ethnic, gender, and class relations.
Subject Police -- Developing countries.
Democratization -- Developing countries.
Community policing -- Developing countries.
Police-community relations -- Developing countries.
Crime prevention -- Developing countries -- Citizen participation.
Alt Name Pino, Nathan.
Wiatrowski, Michael D.
Description 1 online resource (xii, 252 pages).
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 219-245) and index.
Contents Assessing the obstacles / Nathan W. Pino and Michael D. Wiatrowski -- Policing and police reform in the U.S. : adequate for export? / Nathan W. Pino and Michael D. Wiatrowski -- The principles of democratic policing / Nathan W. Pino and Michael D. Wiatrowski -- Implementing democratic policing and related initiatives / Nathan W. Pino and Michael D. Wiatrowski -- Policing and institution building in Iraq / Rehan Mullick and Rabia Nusrat -- Crime, power, and policing in South Africa : beyond protected privilege and privileged protection / Robert Shanafelt -- Human rights and democratic police reform in Northern Ireland / Steven T. Engel -- Creating police partnerships with civil society in Kazakhstan through U.S.-funded domestic violence training : a step toward democratic policing / Edward Snajdr -- The role of the police in promoting the rule of law / Heath Grant, Jane Grabias, and Roy Godson.
Note Print version record.
Summary Is it possible to create democratic forms of policing in transitional and developing societies? This book expands the dialogue so that discussions of democratic policing are more realistic, comprehensive and sensitive to the local context. Detailed case studies on Iraq, South Africa, Northern Ireland and Kazakhstan provide a realistic assessment of the current state of policing.
Note English.
ISBN 9780754680680 (electronic bk.)
0754680681 (electronic bk.)
9780754647195 (alk. paper)
0754647196 (alk. paper)
0754647196 (alk. paper)
1317152972
9781317152972
1281096911
9781281096913
9786611096915
6611096914
OCLC # 614481673
Additional Format Print version: Democratic policing in transitional and developing countries. Aldershot, Hampshire ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate Pub. Co., 2006 (DLC) 2006007626



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