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Plural Policing: the mixed economy of visible patrols in England and Wales / Adam Crawford, Stuart Lister, Sarah Blackburn, Jon Burnett

Swansea University Author: Jon Burnett

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Draws together the findings of an extensive two-year study of developments in the provision of visible policing in England and Wales. Exploring the dynamic relations between different public and private providers, it combines an overview of national developments with a detailed analysis of six focus...

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ISBN: 978-1861346711
Published: Bristol Policy Press 2005
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description Draws together the findings of an extensive two-year study of developments in the provision of visible policing in England and Wales. Exploring the dynamic relations between different public and private providers, it combines an overview of national developments with a detailed analysis of six focused case studies, including two city centres, one out-of-town shopping centre, an industrial park and two residential areas. The report considers the role of community support officers, neighbourhood wardens and private security guards, amongst other plural policing personnel and outlines the policy implications of the research findings, particularly with regard to the Government's police reform agenda.
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