Economic Development, Crime, and Policing: Global Perspectives
The 22nd Annual Meeting of the International Police Executive Symposium was held in August 2012 at the United Nations Plaza in New York. Chaired by Dr. Garth den Heyer, the symposium focused on the links between economic development, armed violence, and public safety. Drawn from these proceedings, Economic Development, Crime, and Policing: Global Perspectives presents the insight of police leaders and researchers from a number of countries. They provide worldwide perspectives and case studies about the complex interrelations and influence of these issues on police practice in developed, developing, and transitioning countries.
- Youth violence in society
- Economic downturn and global crime trends
- Restorative justice and recidivism
- Community-based policing
- Investigation techniques applied to financial crimes
- Policing gang violence
- Implementation of the rule of law in postconflict countries
- Policing transportation infrastructures
The book organizes these topics according to regional perspectives (global, modern democracies, emerging democracies, and newly industrialized countries). It highlights ongoing response efforts related to challenges facing the police in emerging or newly democratized states. The book concludes with a comprehensive review of the fundamental elements of police reform and explores how such changes might affect society. It discusses the role of society in reforming police systems and suggests new directions for this broad research agenda.
This book is a co-publication with the International Police Executive Symposium.
|Author(s)||Heyer, G and Das, DK|