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  1. Lecture 1 - Introduction to Models of Policing 5 items
    1. Core Resources 3 items
      1. Handbook of policing - Tim Newburn 2003

        Book Essential Read chapter 2: Models of Policing and chapter 11: Police Cultures which are also available online at the links below.

      2. Police cultures - Louise Westmarland

        Chapter Essential

    2. Additional resources 2 items
      1. Three Models of Policing - Hunter, R. D. 1990

        Article Recommended

  2. Lecture 2- Evidence Based Policing 7 items
    1. Core Resources 3 items
    2. Additional resources 4 items
      1. Advances in Evidence-Based Policing - Lisa Tompson, Johannes Knutsson

        Book Recommended

      2. Evidence-Based Policing - Cynthia Lum, Christopher S. Koper

        Chapter Recommended

      3. Gating Alleys to Reduce Crime: A Meta-Analysis and Realist Synthesis - Aiden Sidebottom, Lisa Tompson, Amy Thornton, Karen Bullock 03/2017

        Article Recommended

  3. Lecture 3 - Community and Neighbourhood Policing 7 items
    1. Core Resources 4 items
      1. The policeman in the community - Michael Banton 1964

        Book Recommended

      2. Community Policing - Nigel Fielding 23/11/1995

        Book Recommended

      3. The politics of the police - Robert Reiner 2000

        Book Recommended

    2. Additional resources 3 items
      1. Policing: a short history - Philip Rawlings 2002

        Book Recommended

      2. The Brixton disorders 10-12 April 1981: report of an enquiry - Leslie Scarman Scarman 1981

        Book Recommended

  4. Lecture 4 - Zero Tolerance Policing 8 items
    1. Core Resources 4 items
    2. Additional resources 4 items
      1. Zero tolerance policing of illegal drug markets - David Dixon, Phillip Coffin 1999

        Article Recommended

      2. Symbolizing crime control - Tim Newburn, Trevor Jones 05/2007

        Article Recommended

  5. Lecture 5 - Intelligence-led Policing 5 items
    1. Core Resources 1 item
      1. Intelligence-led policing - Jerry Ratcliffe 2008

        Book Recommended

    2. Additional resources 4 items
  6. Lecture 6 - Problem Oriented Policing 4 items
    1. Core Resources 1 item
    2. Additional resources 3 items
      1. Center for Problem-Oriented Policing

        Website Recommended The POP Center has many good resources that students might wish to browse through.

  7. Lecture 7 - Self-selection Policing 2 items
    1. Core Resources 2 items
    2. Additional resources 0 items
  8. Lecture 8 - Prediction and Hot Spot Policing 4 items
    1. Core Resources 4 items
      1. The Effects of Hot Spots Policing on Crime: An Updated Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis - Anthony A. Braga, Andrew V. Papachristos, David M. Hureau 04/07/2014

        Article Essential

    2. Additional resources 0 items
  9. Lecture 9 - Transnational Policing 22 items
    1. Core Resources 1 item
    2. Additional resources 21 items
      1. Policing the European Union - Malcolm Anderson 1996

        Book Recommended

      2. Policing the globe: criminalization and crime control in international relations - Peter Andreas, Ethan Avram Nadelmann 2006

        Book Recommended

      3. Global policing and transnational rule with law - Ben Bowling, James Sheptycki 02/01/2015

        Article Recommended

      4. UNPOL: UN police as peacekeepers - B.K. Greener 06/2009

        Article Recommended

      5. Cops across borders: the internationalization of U.S. criminal law enforcement - Ethan Avram Nadelmann c1993

        Book Recommended

      6. Squaring the circle with mutual recognition? - Julia Sievers, Susanne K. Schmidt 02/01/2015

        Article Recommended

      7. Policing beyond the domestic sphere - Elrena van der Spuy 11/2011

        Article Recommended

  10. Lecture 10 - Comparing Models 4 items
    1. Core Resources 3 items
    2. Additional resources 1 item
      1. The Past, Present and Future of POP1 - N. Tilley, M. S. Scott 01/06/2012

        Article Recommended

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