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Determinants Of Court Sentences For Police Crime: An Empirical Application of the Conceptual Framework for Police Deviance

Determinants Of Court Sentences For Police Crime: An Empirical Application of the Conceptual Framework for Police Deviance Petter Gottschalk Abstract The great majority of individuals involved in policing is committed to honorable and competent public service and is consistently demonstrating integrity and accountability. However, in every police agency there exists an element of dishonesty, lack of professionalism […]

Recent Changes in the English Public Prosecution Service

Recent Changes in the English Public Prosecution Service Chris Lewis Abstract Public prosecution services throughout the world have been developing very speedily in the last decade. This is true, not only in countries as far apart as South Africa, Pakistan and Tanzania but in England as well. The English Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) was set […]

Implementing Community Policing in 1 Different Countries and Cultures

Implementing Community Policing in 1 Different Countries and Cultures John Casey Abstract Community policing is touted throughout the world as a key strategy for current police operations and future reforms. This article examines how the community policing paradigm is interpreted in different countries and policing cultures, and analyses the similarities and differences in its application. A […]

Logic of Corruption in Pakistan: A Journey from NAB to NRO

Logic of Corruption in Pakistan: A Journey from NAB to NRO Fida Mohammad Abstract An unpopular regime for its survival will deploy fiscal and coercive illegal means. This unnatural instead of overcoming legitimacy problem creates hegemonic crisis and undermine popular confidence. In this ensuing crisis different powerful actors collaborate for different but complementary reasons for the […]

Knowledge-Managed Policing Framework for Communication Interception Technologies (CIT) in Criminal Justice System

Knowledge-Managed Policing Framework for Communication Interception Technologies (CIT) in Criminal Justice System Geoff Dean, Peter Bell & Mitchell Congram Abstract This is a conceptual paper on Communication Interception Technologies (CIT) within the criminal justice system because little substantive research exits, outside of the military/defence and national security domains, on several methodological issues surrounding the use of CIT particularly […]

Leadership Roles in Police District Management 

Leadership Roles in Police District Management Rune Glomseth, Petter Gottschalk & Åse Storhaug Hole Abstract The purpose of this paper is to present results from a survey of police managers in Norway on leadership roles. A questionnaire was developed and administered among a convenience sample of police managers in two police districts in Norway. Six leadership roles […]

A New Global Convention on Cyber Crime

A New Global Convention on Cyber Crime Roderic Broadhurst Introduction Information and communications technologies (ICT) are now crucial elements of everyday life best illustrated by the rapid growth of the Internet and social networks in cyberspace. The rapid expansion of e-commerce and the Internet has brought many benefits but also the emergence of various forms […]