Readership: The primary markets will be undergraduate and postgraduate police, criminal justice studies, law, politics and public policy/policy analysis students and academics. Also middle and senior management police professionals and members of police authorities, the Police Standards Unit and the Home Office. There will be a secondary market amongst politicians and their advisors
Steve Savage, Professor of Criminology and Director of the Institute of Criminal Justice Studies, University of Portsmouth.
"An excellent resource for undergraduates studying modern policing." - Dr Rob C Mawby, Reader in Criminal Justice at Birmingham City University
1: When Things Go Wrong: 'System Failure' and Police Reform
2: Import Duties: Police Reform and Influences from Abroad
3: Policing as a Performing Art? - 'Value for Money and Police Reform
4: Forces From Within: Internal Drivers on Police Reform
5: The Politics of Policing and the Politics of Police Reform: Too Hot to handle or Too Hot to Leave Alone?
1: Introduction - Police Reform on the Agenda
2: When Things Go Wrong: 'System Failure' and Police Reform
3: Imports and Exports: International Influences and Police Reform
4: The Three 'E's: Economy, Efficency and Effectiveness as Forces for Change in Policing
5: Forces From Within: Internal Influences on Police Reform
6: Too Hot to Handle?: The Politics of Policing and Police Reform
7: Conclusion: What Future for Police Reform