For Public Order Policing courses and advanced police courses in a Criminal Justice Program.
Representing a pioneering effort in the field of public order policing, this collection of articles—written by both practitioners and scholars from all continents of the world—presents public order from a global perspective. The articles address a multitude of public disorder situations and strategies (i.e. demonstrations, protests, celebrations, ceremonies, labor activity, traffic control, sports violence, inter-group violence and terrorism) to present the most comprehensive and contemporary perspectives on this subject. The articles cover a great variety of nations and offer a much more diverse collection of readings than the traditional focus on Western democracies.
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Public order is a major concern for government and police everywhere. In a world where we face protests, riots, terrorism, and quality of life demands that all threaten public order, the police in both Western and developing countries are anxious to understand the nature of these problems and develop strategies to bring peace and stability to their region without violating human rights. Public Order: A Global Perspective presents issues concerning public disorder from a multitude of countries to provide the audience with the most comprehensive perspective on this subject. This book represents a pioneering effort in the field of policing, as it is the first book that brings together a collection of articles on public order written by both practitioners and scholars from all continents of the world.Features
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 2004. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0130417149