Plural policing: Theory and practice

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Abstract

The police increasingly need to work with other government agencies, the third sector, community organisations and the private sector, an approach known as “Plural Policing”. This book critically analyses the rise of this approach in England and Wales over the past decade, giving examples of national and international practice. Written by an author with experience in both practice and academia, it discusses the consequences of this approach for the historical model of policing provision and challenges views on how policing should be delivered in the future. Part of Key themes in policing, a textbook series designed to fill a growing need for research-informed policing within Higher Education curriculums and in practice, edited by Megan O’Neill, Marisa Silvestri & Stephen Tong, this accessible text, aimed primarily at undergraduate students, will appeal widely across different modules and tie into important issues covered on all policing courses.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBriston, United Kingdom
PublisherPolicy Press
Number of pages184
ISBN (Electronic)9781447325420, 9781447325437, 9781447326397
ISBN (Print)9781447325406, 9781447325413
Publication statusPublished - 2017

Publication series

NameKey themes in policing
PublisherPolicy Press

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    Rogers, C. (2017). Plural policing: Theory and practice. (Key themes in policing). Policy Press.