Quasi-policing

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Leonard Jason-Lloyd
Cavendish, 2003 - Law - 171 pages
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As more countries move away from traditional notions of the state as commander, many practitioners and academics have drawn attention to the onset of private police organizations and security firms taking over the role of conventional policing. The author explores this evolving situation.

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