Dictionary of Policing

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Tim Newburn, Peter Neyroud
Willan, 2008 - Law - 357 pages
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Contemporary policing is developing rapidly and is becoming increasingly professionalized. For practitioners National Occupational Standards, Skills for Justice and the the new PDLP (Police Development and Leaning Programme) have brought a new emphasis on skills, standards and knowledge. Training for police officers and civilian staff working in policing is being significantly upgraded. At the same time it has become more rigorous, with universities and other higher educational institutions playing an increasingly important part in police training - as well as expanding the range of policing courses for undergraduate and postgraduate students.

Key features:

  • approximately 300 entries (of between 500 and 1500 words) on key terms and concepts arranged alphabetically
  • designed to meet the needs of both students and practitioners
  • entries include summary definition, main text and key texts and sources
  • takes full account of emerging occupational and Skills for Justice criteria
  • edited by the UK's leading academic expert on policing and the Chief Executive of the National Policing Improvement Agency
  • Entries contributed by leading academic and practitioners in policing

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About the author (2008)

Tim Newburn is Professor of Criminology and Director of the Mannheim Centre, London School of Economics, former President of the British Society of Criminology and an experienced and prolific author.

Peter Neyroud is Chief Executive of the National Policing Improvement Agency (NPIA), and formerly Chief Constable of Thames Valley.

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