Police and Policing Law

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Jeannine Bell
Ashgate, 2006 - Law - 585 pages
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This collection of essays focuses on law and society research examining how police manage the job put to them and the extent to which the law figures in what they do. In step with law and society scholarship, many of the articles are empirical explorations of the ways in which law enforcement works 'on the ground' in a variety of policing contexts ranging from patrol to police interrogation.

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Contents

Richard A Leo 1996 Inside the Interrogation Room Journal of Criminal
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Craig D Uchida and Timothy S Bynum 1991 Search Warrants Motions
137
David Jacobs and Robert M OBrien 1998 The Determinants of Deadly
171
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Jeannine Bell is Professor of Law at IU Maurer School of Law-Bloomington. She is the author of Policing Hatred: Law Enforcement, Civil Rights, and Hate Crime; Police and Policing Law; and Gaining Access to Research Sites: A Practical and Theoretical Guide for Qualitative Researchers (with Martha Feldman and Michele Berger).

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