Law Enforcement Networks and the Challenges of Crime Control
Andreopoulos, George (Ed.)
2013, IX, 183 p.
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“The Author examines the interconnection between three forces: the demands of a democratic police force, the construction of a state’s capacities as a way to achieve democratic policing, and the ability of international institutions to help create and cultivate the fine balance between the competing aims of modern policing in a democratic society. Without a doubt this excellent informative work will be of interest to British forces who play such a large role in enforcement, and international relations.” (Rob Jerrard, Internet Law Book Reviews, 2012)