Policing the World
The Practice of International and Transnational Policing, Second Edition
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Crime threats are increasingly global and all police agencies must now routinely deal with transnational and international issues such as terrorism, e-crime, and human trafficking. Police officers often find themselves working closely with colleagues from other countries either as part of international investigations or on assignment with one of the increasing number of police contingents deployed in peacekeeping and capacity building roles.
This book covers the three key areas of the international dimension of policing: comparative policing and the creation of international good practice cooperative efforts to respond to emerging transnational and international crime threats; and peace operations and capacity building in post-conflict and transitional societies.
|Sold By||Carolina Academic Press|
|ISBNs||9781611635706, 1611635705, 9781531004897, 153100489X|
|Number of Pages||296|