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Policing a Safe, Just and Tolerant Society: An International Model for Policing Paperback - 1 July 2004

Edited by Peter Villiers and Robert Adlam. With a Foreword by Conor Gearty.

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Paperback |  ISBN 9781904380092 |  Published 1 July 2004192 pages | Publisher Waterside Press

Book description

Taking as a touchstone the UK Home Office motto ‘Building a Safe, Just and Tolerant Society’, this book looks at key matters of concern to police officers and other people interested in how law and order priorities are shaped, including in relation to: Public safety and risk; Tolerance and human rights; Cultural and other forms of diversity; Competing aims and objectives; and the; Implications for modern-day policing.


With expert contributions by Edwin Delattre, John Kleinig, William C Heffernan, Alasdair MacIntyre, Seumas Miller, Milan Pagon, Satish Kumar, Sir David Calvert-Smith, David Canter, Garry Elliott, Robert Panzarella, James McKinney, Neil Richards, Robert R Sullivan.


Robert Adlam was Reader in the National Police Leadership Faculty at Bramshill and Peter Villiers Head of Human Rights.

Alternative format ISBNs: PDF ebook ISBN 9781906534561.

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