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Neighbourhood policing : the rise and fall of a policing model

Author: Martin Innes; Colin Roberts; Trudy Lowe; Helen Innes
Publisher: Oxford, United Kingdom ; New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2020. ©2020
Series: Clarendon studies in criminology.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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Tells the story of how and why Neighbourhood Policing was originally developed, the ways it has been implemented across different communities and in respect of different crime problems, and what its future prospects are likely to be.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Innes, Martin
Neighbourhood Policing : The Rise and Fall of a Policing Model
Oxford : Oxford University Press USA - OSO,c2020
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Martin Innes; Colin Roberts; Trudy Lowe; Helen Innes
ISBN: 9780191092817 0191092819 9780191830396 0191830399 9780191092800 0191092800
OCLC Number: 1155971108
Description: 1 online resource (xx, 256 pages)
Contents: 1. The Public Understanding of Crime and Policing --
Community policing: theme and variations --
Problem-​oriented policing --
Broken windows --
Intelligence-​led policing --
Police drama --
Overview --
The research programme --
2. The Story of Reassurance Policing and How it Became Neighbourhood Policing --
The policy arc --
Programming reassurance --
Reassurance policing theory and practice --
Signal crimes and diagnostic community intelligence --
Co-​producing social control --
What happened? --
From reassurance to Neighbourhood Policing --
Conclusion: Neighbourhood Policing as a 'dirty concept' --
3. Neighbourhood as a Policing Delivery Unit --
The idea of neighbourhood --
Neighbourhood public service delivery --
Self-​defined neighbourhoods --
Method --
Findings --
A case study of policing tensions and cohesion --
Conclusion --
4. Policing Interactions --
The craft and drama of Neighbourhood Policing --
Controlling interactions --
Confrontational interactions --
Collective interactions: collaboration through public meetings --
Back stage routes to activism --
Conclusion: police performance or the performance of policing --
5. Police Support versus Community Support --
A case study of the craft of community support work --
Background --
From how to why --
The balancing act --
CSOs and the future of Neighbourhood Policing --
Conclusion --
6. The Cardiff Community Engagement Experiment --
Cardiff: context and community --
The experiment --
'SENSOR' Neighbourhood Security Interviews --
Citizen's Panel Survey --
PACT meeting analysis --
Community intelligence insights --
Perception 'hotspots' and recorded crime --
Conclusion: a base for democratic policing --
7. Policing and Changing Perceptions of Neighbourhood Security --
The London Borough of Sutton: the place, its people, and its police --
Neighbourhood security over time: the Sutton programme --
Public perceptions of crime and disorder --
What's the problem?-​changes in Sutton's signal profile --
Location, location, location --
Perceptions of policing --
Resisting engagement --
Conclusion --
8. From Neighbourhood to National Security --
Countering violent extremism --
Violent street gangs in London --
Operation Michigan in Cardiff --
Co-​producing social control --
Conclusion --
9. Conclusions --
Reprise --
A story of rise and fall --
Austerity bites --
'Restructuring' recorded crime --
Digital policing and online crime --
Intellectual fashions in policing --
A police science --
Coda --
Appendix: Methodologies --
The National Reassurance Policing Programme --
Neighbourhood Security Interviews --
Neighbourhood sentinels --
Data analysis --
Community intelligence programmes in Cardiff and London Borough of Sutton --
Police officer interviewer training
Series Title: Clarendon studies in criminology.
Other Titles: Neighborhood policing :
Responsibility: Martin Innes, Colin Roberts, Trudy Lowe, and Helen Innes.

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