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Introduction to policing research : taking lessons from practice / edited by Mark Brunger, Stephen Tong and Denise Martin.

Publication:
Abingdon, Oxon ; New York : Routledge, 2016.
Format/Description:
Book
xvi, 230 pages ; 24 cm
Edition:
First Edition.
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Subjects:
Police -- Research.
Contents:
Introduction to policing research / Mark Brunger, Denise Martin & Steve Tong
Beyond contrasting traditions in policing research? / Peter Squires
Policing at a turning point : implications for research / Maurice Punch, Auke van Dijk & Frank Hoogewoning
Conceptualising private policing / Alison Wakefield
Policing and mental health / Kristina Massey
Policing in northern ireland : research, meaning and lessons from a contested landscape / John Topping
Researching professional development / Dominic Wood & Robin Bryant
Watching the detectives : researching investigative practice / Katja Hallenburg, Martin O┬┐Neill & Steve Tong
Inside policing
Researching sexual violence / Emma Williams & Betsy Stanko
From the briefing room to the class room : the pedagogical value of researching police elites / Mark Brunger, Bryn Caless, Steve Tong, & Paul Gilbert
Policing protest : public order policing / Denise Martin & William Graham
Outsiders inside: ethnography and police culture / Louise Westmarland
Researching police diversity / Michael Rowe
The ethics of researching the police : dilemmas and new directions / Layla Skinns, Andrew Wooff & Amy Sprawson
Researching sexuality and policing : reflections from the field / Matthew Jones
Conclusion: challenges and changes in police research / Denise Martin & Steve Tong.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Brunger, Mark, editor.
ISBN:
9780415750400
0415750407
9781138013292
1138013293
9781315795294
OCLC:
912378893