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Public Safety in the Nineties

Author : Nell S. Graydon
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Proceedings of a conference held in Washington, D.C. Includes summaries of 20 sessions including: innovations in policing, violence against children, the National Drug Control Strategy, hate crimes, violent street gangs, organized crime, new investigative tools, managing the expanding prison population, and much more.

Monthly Catalogue United States Public Documents

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LTE for Public Safety

Author : Rainer Liebhart
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The aim of the book is to educate government agencies, operators, vendors and other regulatory institutions how LTE can be deployed to serve public safety market and offer regulatory / public safety features. It is written in such a way that it can be understood by both technical and non-technical personnel with just introductory knowledge in wireless communication. Some sections and chapters about public safety services offered by LTE network are intended to be understood by anyone with no knowledge in wireless communication.

Monthly Catalog of United States Government Publications

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A Critical Theory of Police Power

Author : Mark Neocleous
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Putting police power into the centre of the picture of capitalism The ubiquitous nature and political attraction of the concept of order has to be understood in conjunction with the idea of police. Since its first publication, this book has been one of the most powerful and wide-ranging critiques of the police power. Neocleous argues for an expanded concept of police, able to account for the range of institutions through which policing takes place. These institutions are concerned not just with the maintenance and reproduction of order, but with its very fabrication, especially the fabrication of a social order founded on wage labour. By situating the police power in relation to both capital and the state and at the heart of the politics of security, the book opens up into an understanding of the ways in which the state administers civil society and fabricates order through law and the ideology of crime. The discretionary violence of the police on the street is thereby connected to the wider administrative powers of the state, and the thud of the truncheon to the dull compulsion of economic relations.

Bureau of Justice Statistics National Update

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Above the Law

Author : Skolnick Fyfe
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The now-famous videotape of the beating of Rodney King precipitated a national outcry against police violence. Skolnick and Fyfe, two of the nation's top experts on law enforcement, use the incident to introduce a revealing historical analysis of such violence and the extent of its survival in law enforcement today.

Transforming Criminal Policy

Author : Andrew Rutherford
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An unrivalled explanation of how criminal policy came to be formed in three states due to the enormous influence of three men: James Q Wilson (USA), Dato Steenhuis (The Netherlands) and David Faulkner (UK). By one of the UK's leading analysts.

National Institute of Justice Reports

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Tennessee Dept of Public Safety

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