Policing Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow

The View from South Wales

Golygydd(ion) Martin Innes,Trudy Lowe,Gareth Madge

Iaith: Saesneg

Dosbarthiad(au): Social Policy and Law

  • Hydref 2023 · 272 tudalen ·216x138mm

  • · Clawr Meddal - 9781837720842
  • · eLyfr - pdf - 9781837720859
  • · eLyfr - epub - 9781837720866

Am y llyfr

Through the lens of South Wales Police, this volume reflects upon the changing role of the police in society. Conceptually, by connecting the pasts, presents and futures of policing, each chapter individually and collectively demonstrates how some of today’s challenges and controversies about policing in the UK are deep-seated. Uniquely co-authored by a blend of police practitioners and expert academics, Policing Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow explores how a range of social, political and economic influences impact upon the contemporary organisation and conduct of police work. Key topics covered across the chapters, include community and neighbourhood policing; major crime investigation; police finances; violence prevention; gender and policing; police technologies; and leadership. 

Dyfyniadau

‘Policing Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow provides a window on the major changes affecting UK policing, and grounds them in the realities of the work of South Wales Police. From the impact of the digital revolution to the growing focus on crimes that happen in private spaces, this book tells the story of how policing has adapted to radical social change and offers thoughtful reflections on the future challenges it will face.’

Rick Muir, Director of the Police Foundation

Cynnwys

Preface
Introduction
CHAPTER 1: REFORM, REINVENTION AND RECURRENCE IN POLICING
Martin Innes and Jeremy Vaughan
CHAPTER 2: A BRIEF HISTORY OF SOUTH WALES POLICE
Gareth Madge
CHAPTER 3: LEADERSHIP
Matt Jukes
CHAPTER 4: POLICING A CAPITAL CITY
Stephen Carr, Adam Edwards and Jenny Gilmer
CHAPTER 5: FINANCE, RESOURCES AND THE ORGANISATION OF POLICING
Umar Hussain and Trudy Lowe
CHAPTER 6: COMMUNITY POLICING IN SOUTH WALES
Cath Larkman and Colin Rogers
CHAPTER 7: HOMICIDE AND MAJOR CRIME INVESTIGATIONS
Cheryl Allsop and Mark O’Shea
CHAPTER 8: VIOLENCE AND THE CARDIFF MODEL FOR VIOLENCE PREVENTION
Jonathan Shepherd, Jonathan Drake and Wendy Gunney
CHAPTER 9: PUBLIC PROTECTION IN THE SOUTH WALES POLICE
Amanda L. Robinson, Lorraine Davies and Kath Pritchard
CHAPTER 10: POLICING AND THE DILEMMAS OF MEDIA COMMUNICATION
Martin Innes and Catherine Llewellyn-Roberts
CHAPTER 11: POLICE GOVERNANCE AND DEVOLUTION
Peter Vaughan
Chapter 12: REFLECTIONS
Martin Innes and Gareth Madge
Bibliography

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