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Policing, Boundaries and the State


Engels - Paperback

158 pagina's  |  Maklu, Uitgever  |  januari 2016

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Policing, Boundaries and the State: The Changing Landscape of Sovereignty and Security. Introduction to the Edition
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This paper reflects on the interplay between the transnational subculture of policing and the subculture of transnational policing and pays particular attention to the encoding of masculine tropes within them.

Justifications and State Actions. EU Police Cooperation, Schengen Borders and Norwegian Sovereignty
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Building on an assessment of Norwegian policy documents from 1994 to 2012, this article provides a critical analysis of the process leading up to the Norwegian agreements with EU, primarily those concerning police cooperation.

Europol's Cybercrime Centre (EC3), its Agreements with Third Parties and the Growing Role of Law Enforcement on the European Security Scene
T. Thygesen Vendius
The European Cyber Crime Centre, EC3, established under the umbrella of Europol, started operations on January 1 2013. It is to act as the focal point in the fight against cybercrime in the European Union. Using a "shared, cross-community approach" the EC3 is concluding partnerships with member states, European agencies, international partners and the private sector. This article describes the coming about of EC3 and its efforts to address cybercrime. Furthermore, the article is an attempt to assess the growing role of the European law enforcement community on the European security scene, this not least in view of the EC3's mandate to conclude strategic agreements with a fairly high degree of autonomy.

A Divided Fraternity. Transnational Police Cultures, Proximity, and Loyalty
K. Franko & H.O.I. Gundhus
Based on extensive interviews with officers participating in the operations of the EU external border control agency, Frontex, the article examines the nature of police culture and, in particular, the role of social and cultural proximity in transnational policing and its implications for our understanding of police loyalty and accountability

On the Borders of Legitimacy. Procedural Justice Training in the Israeli Border Police
Y. Litmanovitz & P. Montgomery
This article draws on a study of training in the Israeli Border Police to propose four factors that may influence the efficacy of procedural justice interventions in deeply divided societies: the perceptions of police officers regarding the minority group as deserving a relationship based on legitimacy; the depth of the existing deficit in legitimacy within that group; the paramilitary attributes of the police organisation; and high policing tasks, specifically protests, as discouraging dialogue. Highlighting these factors is of value to the successful delivery of interventions and advances understanding of police legitimacy in different contexts.

Transnational Policing and Regulation. The Effect of Shared Fundamental Rights on the Formalisation of Cross-Border Police Cooperation
S. Hufnagel
This article aims to explore the relevance of shared fundamental rights, and in particular fair trial rights, for the formalisation of police cooperation strategies.

Policing on Shaky Ground? Fundamental Rights Standards for Employing New Security Technologies for Public Surveillance
J. Kremer
This article addresses the use of security and surveillance technologies through police forces. It looks at the growing importance of mass-surveillance technologies for policing and with that, how general information gathering by police forces increasingly blur the borders between targeted and non-targeted surveillance.

The Policing Assemblage and the 'Vulnerable' Border
B. Loftus
This article examines the development of networked modes of policing along what has been described as a particularly vulnerable part of the UK border - namely, the Welsh coastline.

Policing across Boundaries - Identity, Legitimacy and the Institution of Police
B. Bradford



RedacteurChris Giacomantonio, Helene Gundhus
Soort boek Paperback, 158 pagina's
Uitgever Maklu, Uitgever , Verschijningsjaar: 2016
ISBN-13 9789046607978
ISBN-10 9046607976
Taal Engels


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