The Fifteenth Annual International Police Executive Symposium brought together 65 police executives, government officials, academics, and researchers to discuss issues relating to all aspects of policing in a global community. It focused on policing without borders, the need for national and international cooperation among policing agencies, and the need for cooperation between the police, the academic community, private policing agencies, and the general public. Drawn from the presentations made at this symposium and supplemented with additional input from eminent experts, Police Without Borders: The Fading Distinction between Local and Global reflects the current status of research on this timely and critical topic.
Topics discussed include:
Highlighting individual differences in police theory, style, and practice around the world, this volume opens a dialogue in which police agencies and academics can learn from other cultures, recognize their similarities, and move towards an improved global policing methodology.
Policing Without Borders: An Overview; Peter C. Kratcoski and Lucille Dunn Kratcoski
Policing Activity and Human Rights; Raymond Kendall
Keeping Order in a Time of Dynamic Change and Exchange: Social Control in Asia and the Pacific; Victor N. Shaw
Growth and Development of Women Police in India; Adki Surender
On Police And Policing In Slovenia: Obstacles and Challenges; Gorazd Meško and Darko Maver
The Study of Policing in China; Kam Wong
Development of Guidance Activities by Police for Prevention of Juvenile Delinquency in Japan; Minoru Yokoyama
An Innovative Police Project to Tackle Youth Crime Problems in Hong Kong: Operation Breakthrough; Jessica Li Chi-mei
Non-Returnable Arrest Warrants: A Form of Modern Banishment; Ruben Sorge and Nahanni Pollard
Spooking the Spooks: Conducting Research into the UK’s Integrated Special Branch; David Lowe
The Challenge of Transnational and Organized Crime in the Nordic Countries: The Case of Norway; Viviana Andreescu and Odd Berner Malme
The Public Housing Safety Initiative in the Eastern District of New York: A Collaborative Researcher And Practitioner Program; John A. Eterno and Anthony J. Sciarabba
Appendix: Summary of Meeting Presentations