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International Police Cooperation : Emerging Issues, Theory and Practice - Frederic Lemieux

International Police Cooperation

Emerging Issues, Theory and Practice

By: Frederic Lemieux (Editor)

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Published: 1st January 2010
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The globalization of threats and the complexity of international security issues represents a greater challenge for international policing in (re)shaping inter-agency interaction, and makes effective international police cooperation more necessary than ever before.

This book sets out to analyse the key emerging issues and theory and practice of international police cooperation.  Paying special attention to the factors that have contributed to the effective working of police cooperation in practice and the problems that are encountered, this book brings together original research that examines opportunities and initiatives undertaken by agencies (practices and processes introduced) as well as the impact of external legal, political, and economical pressures.

Contributors explore emerging initiatives and new challenges in several contexts at both national and international levels. They adopt a diversity of approaches and theoretical frameworks to reach a broader understanding of current and future issues in police cooperation. Forms of police cooperation and trends in crime control are examined, drawing upon the following disciplines: criminology, ethics, organizational science, political science, and sociology.

Acknowledgementsp. xi
List of abbreviationsp. xiii
List of figures and tablesp. xv
Notes on contributorsp. xvii
The nature and structure of international police cooperation: an introductionp. 1
Current conceptual issues in police cooperation
Police and judicial cooperation in Europe: bilateral versus multilateral cooperationp. 25
Towards a governance model of police cooperation in Europe: the twist between networks and bureaucraciesp. 42
A market-oriented explanation of the expansion of the role of Europol: filling the demand for criminal intelligence through entrepreneurial initiativesp. 62
Applied police cooperation: initiatives and limitations
Iterative development of cooperation within an increasingly complex environment: example of a Swiss regional analysis centrep. 81
The Meuse-Rhine Euroregion: a laboratory for police and judicial cooperation in the European Unionp. 101
Convergent models of police cooperation: the case of anti-organized crime and anti-terrorism activities in Canadap. 126
The France and Europol relationship: explaining shifts in cooperative behaviourp. 144
Special issues on international police cooperation
Parallel paths and productive partners: the EU and US on counter-terrorismp. 167
Cross-strait police cooperation between Taiwan and Chinap. 186
Police cooperation in the context of peacebuilding: observations from African quartersp. 204
Police-military cooperation in foreign interventions: Timor-Leste and the Solomon Islandsp. 221
Accountability and effectiveness in police cooperation
International police organizations: the missing link to effective cooperationp. 241
Tackling transnational drug trafficking effectively: assessing the outcomes of the Drug Enforcement Administration's international cooperation initiativesp. 260
Challenges of governance and accountability for transnational private policingp. 281
The constabulary ethic reconsideredp. 298
Referencesp. 320
Indexp. 350
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ISBN: 9781843927600
ISBN-10: 1843927608
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 384
Published: 1st January 2010
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.9  x 2.7
Weight (kg): 0.52
Edition Number: 1