Author: Phillip Smith
Publisher: Praeger; 1st US Ed-1st Printing edition (March 22, 1985)
Category: Politics & Government
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Policing Victorian London book.
Policing Victorian London book. This book should be viewed as essential reading for the scholar; but it is sufficiently entertaining to captivate the interested casual reader also.
by Phillip Thurmond Smith. 19th Century Criminology History Law Modern (16th-21st Centuries) Political Science Politics & Government Politics & Social Sciences Public Affairs & Policy Science & Math Social Science Social Sciences Social Services & Welfare Textbooks.
Phillip Thurmond Smith.
Examines the policing of "radio criminals" by the Gestapo
Examines the policing of "radio criminals" by the Gestapo. Notes differing outcomes and routine practices based on the relative publicness of the offence and socio-political background of the suspect.
London, Westport, Conn. Contributions in criminology and penology. Policing and punishment in nineteenth-century. Previous: Crime and police in England, 1700-1900. Library availability.
Williams's book examines Ýcontrol of police behavior¨ from a legalistic perspective. After an introductory chapter, the author explores constitutional and statutory aspects of control of police behavior. Williams then examines the role that various governmental institutions can potentially play in controlling the police. The books concludes with a chapter on the concept of administrative rule making, viewed by leading experts as the most promising approach to reform. The work is clearly written, well organized, and current. a valuable contribution to an important subject.
The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS), formerly and still commonly known as the Metropolitan Police and informally as the Met, Scotland Yard or "the Yard", is the territorial police force responsible for law enforcement in the Metropolitan Police.
The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS), formerly and still commonly known as the Metropolitan Police and informally as the Met, Scotland Yard or "the Yard", is the territorial police force responsible for law enforcement in the Metropolitan Police District, which currently consists of the 32 London boroughs. The MPD does not include the "square mile" of the City of London, which is policed by the much smaller City of London Police.
E. P. Thompson, The making of the English working class (Penguin history) (Penguin Books 1991)
7-()-p16-(hereafter-‘Smith’). David-S-Wall,es:ustice-elite-(-Co-1998)-p18–19 (hereafter-‘Wall’). E. Thompson, The making of the English working class (Penguin history) (Penguin Books 1991). Peter Joyce, Policing: Development and contemporary practice (SAGE Publications 2010). Philip Rawlings, Policing: A short history (01).
The Committee can also investigate anything it considers to be of importance to policing and crime reduction and make recommendations for improvements. MOPAC's top priorities in policing. Challenge the Met and other criminal justice agencies to deliver value for money for the taxpayer
Policing morals : the Metropolitan police and the Home Office, 1870-1914. Smith, Phillip Thurmond. British Journal of Criminology, 27 (1987).
Policing morals : the Metropolitan police and the Home Office, 1870-1914. Oxford University Press: Oxford, 1994. Rumbelow, D. I Spy Blue: The Police and Crime in the City of London from Elizabeth to Victoria. Smith, Phillip Thurmond Greenwood Press: Westport (CT), 1985. Styles, J. The Emergence of the Police: Explaining Police Reform in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century England. Historical Background Home.