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The New Policing

The New Policing
The New Policing
Part one: the cultural construction of the police
Cultural construction of the English Police
The iconic PC:
George Dixon
The Blue Lamp
The murder of PC George Dixon

Part two: the sociological construction of the police
Michael Banton and the policeman in the community
Policing British pre-modernity
Policing American modernity
Policing British modernity

Part three: police studies
Traditional perspectives
Ethnographic perspectives
Marxist perspectives
Administrative perspectives
Left realist perspectives

Part four: police studies
New perspectives
Security governance
The future configuration of policing
Nodalization
Residualization
Managerialization
Re-sovereignization
Global securitization

Part five: policing crime and disorder
Insecurities of the metropolis
The bright Blue Lamp
The dimming Blue Lamp
Relighting the Blue Lamp?
Cultural disintegration: the broken 'spectacle' of policing

Part 6: police culture
Policing the multi-cultural society
Beyond Scarman
Macpherson and 'institutional racism'
Beyond Macpherson
The secret policeman
Explaining racist culture
De-contaminating racist culture

Part seven: police governance
Officer level accountability
Force level accountability
Democratic accountability
'New localism'

Part eight: policing new terrorism
The darkening skies over the metropolis
The rules have changed
Policing the post 7/7 terrorist threat
Shoot-to-kill-to-protect
What kind of police force do we want? 2012 Vision
9780803989047
SAGE Publications
McLaughlin, Eugene
06b690de-55d8-4167-9b81-3564463e40bc
McLaughlin, Eugene
06b690de-55d8-4167-9b81-3564463e40bc

McLaughlin, Eugene (2007) The New Policing , London, GB. SAGE Publications, 264pp.

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Abstract

Part one: the cultural construction of the police
Cultural construction of the English Police
The iconic PC:
George Dixon
The Blue Lamp
The murder of PC George Dixon

Part two: the sociological construction of the police
Michael Banton and the policeman in the community
Policing British pre-modernity
Policing American modernity
Policing British modernity

Part three: police studies
Traditional perspectives
Ethnographic perspectives
Marxist perspectives
Administrative perspectives
Left realist perspectives

Part four: police studies
New perspectives
Security governance
The future configuration of policing
Nodalization
Residualization
Managerialization
Re-sovereignization
Global securitization

Part five: policing crime and disorder
Insecurities of the metropolis
The bright Blue Lamp
The dimming Blue Lamp
Relighting the Blue Lamp?
Cultural disintegration: the broken 'spectacle' of policing

Part 6: police culture
Policing the multi-cultural society
Beyond Scarman
Macpherson and 'institutional racism'
Beyond Macpherson
The secret policeman
Explaining racist culture
De-contaminating racist culture

Part seven: police governance
Officer level accountability
Force level accountability
Democratic accountability
'New localism'

Part eight: policing new terrorism
The darkening skies over the metropolis
The rules have changed
Policing the post 7/7 terrorist threat
Shoot-to-kill-to-protect
What kind of police force do we want? 2012 Vision

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Published date: 2007
Organisations: Social Sciences

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Local EPrints ID: 339765
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/339765
ISBN: 9780803989047
PURE UUID: 69fc606e-8809-4909-85ce-59eb8f5ff133

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Date deposited: 12 Jun 2012 12:36
Last modified: 29 Apr 2020 16:34

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Author: Eugene McLaughlin

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