Policing Western Europe: Politics, Professionalism, and Public Order, 1850-1940
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Policing Western Europe: Politics, Professionalism, and Public Order, 1850-1940

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ISBN-13:
9780313282195
Einband:
Buch
Erscheinungsdatum:
01.10.1991
Seiten:
272
Autor:
Clive Emsley
Gewicht:
581 g
Format:
247x155x25 mm
Serie:
33, Contributions in Afro-American
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

This collection of essays examines the growth of professionalization in national police forces in England, France, Germany, Ireland, and the Netherlands.
Urban policing and its objects - comparative themes in England and France in the second half of the 19th-century by Jennifer Davis; policing and the administration of justice in 19th-century Ireland, J.F. McEldowney; the professionalization of the police under the third Republic in France, 1875-1914, Jean-Marc Berliere; "Armed as If For A War": the state, the military and the professionalization of the Prussian police in Imperial Germany, Herbert Reinke - are the police professionals? an historical account of the British police institution, Barbara Weinberger; police and public order in Britain 1914-1918, David Englander; the poltics of policing - Ireland 1919-1923, Derek Sheills; police forces and public order in England and France during the interwar years, Clive Elmsley; policing professionalization and politics in Weimar Germany, Richard Bessell; unreliable neighbours - the impact of Nazi rule in Germany on Dutch law enforcement agencies, 1933-1940, Bob Moore; the police of the Netherlands in and between the two world wars, Cyrille Fijnault.
This collection of essays examines the growth of professionalization in national police forces in western Europe. Emphasis is placed on the expansion and development of police forces and the effect of this development on organization and strategy.