The Police in War: Fighting Insurgency, Terrorism, and Violent Crime

Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2010 - 195 Seiten
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Frustrated efforts in both Iraq and Afghanistan give urgency to the question of how to craft effective, humane, and legitimate security institutions in conflict-ridden states and whether legitimate policing can in fact be developed in the midst of insurgency and terrorism. The authors confront these questions head on.

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David H. Bayley is distinguished professor in the School of Criminal Justice at the University at Albany, State University of New York. His numerous publications include, most recently, Changing the Guard: Developing Democratic Police Abroad and What Works in Policing. He is also author of the UN's program for community policing in the rebuilding and reform of police in peacekeeping operations. Robert M. Perito is senior program officer at the US Institute of Peace. He served as deputy director of the US Justice Department's International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program in 1995-2001, and in 1967-1995 he was a US Foreign Service officer, where his last assignment was director of the Office of International Criminal Justice. He is author of Where Is the Lone Ranger When We Need Him? America's Search for a Post Conflict Security Force.

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