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(p. 34) 2. The police 

(p. 34) 2. The police
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(p. 34) 2. The police
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Michael Rowe

DOI:
10.1093/he/9780199694969.003.0002
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date: 13 November 2019

This chapter, which examines the organisation and delivery of policing, begins considering the ‘crisis’ of policing and suggests that some current concerns have a lengthy pedigree of their own. It then explores the breadth of the police mandate and distinguishes the activities of ‘the police’ from broader aspects of social regulation that might be thought of more widely as ‘policing’. The chapter discusses: the history and development of the police in England and Wales; an organisational map of policing; police accountability and governance; diverse policing and the policing of diversity; and policing strategies.

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