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Policing in Central and Eastern Europe

David Fogel

Policing in Central and Eastern Europe

Report on a Study Tour (Publication series)

by David Fogel

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Published by Criminal Justice Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Crime,
  • Europe, Eastern,
  • Police,
  • Post-communism

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9145512M
    ISBN 109514778219
    ISBN 109789514778216

    This series includes books on general, political and historical, economic and cultural themes relating to Russia and East Europe written or edited by members of the School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London, or by authors working in association with the School.


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Introduction to Handbook on Policing in Central and Eastern Europe Gorazd Meško, Charles B. Fields, Branko Lobnikar, Andrej Sotlar. Policing in Central and Eastern Europe as an Epiphenomenon of Geopolitical Events Paul Ponsaers.

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Tracing two decades of changing police practices in 20 countries of Central and Eastern Europe, this book provides country-by-country entries on police organization, crime trends, police and the media, current and emerging trends in policing, and more.

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Like others on such subjects as comparing firsthand knowledge from the West (); organizational, managerial, and human resource. The book is divided in two parts: the introduction and conclusion (by Marina Caparini and Otwin Marenin) and several case studies of individual police organizations in Central and Eastern Europe.

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Prior to World War II, police organizations in this part of the world were heavily influenced by their Western European counterparts, namely England and Napoleonic France. In the decades following World War II, police organizations transformed from militarized structures that supported totalitarian Cited by: 1.

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The rationale for this conceptual work is to examine the ethical aspects of community policing's inception and practice, as evidenced in America.

Historical patterns of ethical issues and reform responses to ethical breaches in conduct are informative for newly democratic I. countries in the midst of transitional models of law enforcement. In addition to publishing articles in international peer-reviewed journals, his recent co-edited books include Understanding and Managing Threats to the Environment in South Eastern Europe (), Handbook on Policing in Central and Eastern Europe (), and Trust and legitimacy in Criminal Justice: European Perspectives ().

This e-book comprises abstracts of papers presented at the twelfth international biennial conference Criminal Justice and Security in Central and Eastern Europe organised by the Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security, University of Maribor on 25–27, September This year's conference is subtitled From Common Sense to Evidence-based Policy - making and addresses current challenges Author: Gorazd Meško, Branko Lobnikar, Kaja Prislan, Rok Hacin.

Mar 22,  · The history of the countries of Central and Eastern Europe is to a large extent a history of war and conflict.

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This article provides an overview of changes in modes of reforms of the structures and processes of policing in the context of the democratic transition of Central and Eastern Europe. It begins by discussing the concept of democratic policing as the ostensible goal of police reform in democratising states, then draws out the general parameters of police reform in CEE, including some of the Cited by: POLICING in central and eastern Europe - social control of unconventional deviance: conference proceedings, [Ljubljana, Slovenia, September ] / editors Gorazd Meško, Andrej Sotlar and John Winterdyk ; [drawings Philip Spence].

- Ljubljana: Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security, ISBN 1. Meško, Gorazd Critical Policing. 94 likes. This page aims to bring together academics, researchers, policy makers and practitioners who are interested in developing critical thinking in Policing.

This e-book is the culmination of several years of fruitful cooperation between scholars from Europe and the USA. A selection of the best peer reviewed articles are now included in this e-book on Policing and provision of safety/security in South-East Europe, with some emphasis on new managerialism from the UK, which mainly influences other European countries.

Transforming Police in Central and Eastern Europe. This publication presents the principles and practices of good policing which have emerged through processes of reform, trans-national exchanges, and describe the objective of this project and book.

(previously Policing in Central and Eastern Europe) indexed in Conference Proceedings Citation Index. No part of this book may be reprinted or reproduced or utilized in any form or by any electronic, mechan - ical, or other means, now known or hereafter invented, including photocopying and recording, or in any information storage.

The police forces of the transition countries in Central and Eastern Europe have to undergo profound reform to be able to respond to the needs of society; to serve the public and not just the government, and to prove that they can effectively combat crime. This essay examines the role of politics in policing over time.

“Politics” is defined in terms of the functions and activities of those involved in the conduct of government. Both the sources and consequences of political influence are explored across four eras: the political era, the move toward professionalism (reform era), the community policing era, and the modern era, the latter of Cited by: The first use of the word police ("Polles") in English comes from the book "The Second Part of the Institutes of the Lawes of England" published in Early modern policing.

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Representing viewpoints seldom available to outsiders, the contributors to Crime and Transition in Central and Eastern Europe analyze changes in criminal activities and crime control strategies in the region, explain the political background underlying these developments, and assess their long-term social impact.

Consequently, there is a growing literature in this field, but as yet no single volume that brings together the central developments. This book gathers together scholars from political science, international relations and criminology to focus on the issues raised by policing within developing democracies examining countries in Eastern Europe.

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Jones and Robin Wiseman are international human rights lawyers with legal educations in the United States and Europe. They are consultants and authors on international policing, social policy and human rights, and regular contributors to the forum here at .CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND SECURITY IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE FROM COMMON SENSE TO EVIDENCE-BASED POLICY-MAKING, BOOK OF ABSTRACTS G.

Meško, B. Lobnikar, K. Prislan, R. Hacin (eds.) About the Conference The Biennial International Conference Criminal Justice and Security in Central and.