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(p. 214) 12. Private security and other non-police agencies 

(p. 214) 12. Private security and other non-police agencies
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(p. 214) 12. Private security and other non-police agencies
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Fiona Cownie

, Anthony Bradney

, and Mandy Burton

DOI:
10.1093/he/9780199656561.003.0229
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date: 19 November 2019

This chapter begins with a discussion of private security, an increasingly important form of social control that has hitherto been largely ignored by those writing about the English legal system. It then considers other non-police forms of social control; the interaction between private security and the criminal justice system; and the increasing interaction between public police and private agencies.

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