Contested Police Systems

Changes in the Police Systems in Belgium, Denmark, England & Wales, Germany, and the Netherlands

Arie van Sluis, Lex Cachet, Theo Jochoms, Arthur Ringeling en Anne Sey (redactie) 9789462360846 | 1e druk, 2013
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Beschrijving

This book compares the changes that have taken place in the police systems in Belgium, Denmark, England & Wales, Germany, in particular the federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia, and the Netherlands. These countries are geographical neighbours, and their police systems have undergone significant reforms in recent years. All five countries have been wrestling and are still wrestling with finding the proper arrangements for the organization as well as with steering and controlling their police in ways that fit both national, or federal, and local demands, in an effort to improve police performance. The central research question is: What changes have occurred in the organization and the governance structure of police systems of Belgium, Denmark, England & Wales, Germany and the Netherlands in recent decades and why have these changes occurred?

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Criminologists

Auteursinformatie

Arie van Sluis  is Assistant Professor in the Department of Public Administration at Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands

Lex Cachet retired in 2011 as an Associate Professor from the Department of Public Administration at Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands

Theo Jochoms  is Strategic Advisor, inter alia on Research and Development, in the National Police Force of the Netherlands

Arthur Ringeling is Professor-emeritus of Public Administration at Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands. At the moment he is Dean of the Metropool programme at the Netherlands School of Public Administration

Anne Sey is Senior Advisor in the National Police Force of the Netherlands

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