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Preventing ideological violence : communities, police and case studies of "success"
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Éditeur Palgrave Macmillan
Année 2013
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Preventing ideological violence[Ressource électronique] : communities, police and case studies of "success"
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1. The Role of Communities and Police in Preventing Ideological Violence - Dr. Dan Silk, Dr. Basia Spalek and Dr. Mary O'Rawe ; 2.The Socio-Political Contexts Affecting Police-Community Engagement in Northern Ireland, Britain and the United States - Dr. Mary O'Rawe, Dr. Basia Spalek and Dr. Deborah Ramirez ; 3. Early Attempts: Los Angeles Police Department Efforts to Improve Dialogue with Muslim Communities - Assistant Chief Mark Stainbrook ; 4. Partnering with Muslim Americans to Fight Extremist Violent Crime: A Community Perspective - Alejandro Beutel ; 5. Building BRIDGES: The Experience of Leaders in Detroit, Michigan - Ihsan Alkhatib, J.D. ; 6. Lessons Learned and Best Practices: The Outreach Efforts of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department - Sgt. Mike Abdeen ; 7. Muslim Safety Forum: Senior Police and Muslim Community Engagement during the War on Terror - Dr. Robert Lambert ; 8. Community at the Grass Roots Level and Terrorism In Islam - Tassadaq Hussain, Public Relations Officer for Green Lane Mosque ; 9. Comparing British Muslims' Experiences with those of Irish Communities - Dr. Mark McGovern ; 10. Making Sense of Models of Community-Police Engagements in Northern Belfast - John Loughran ; 11. The Communities and Policing in Transition Project - Noel Rooney ; 12. Community Partnerships Thwart Terrorism: Experiences and Examples of Success - Dr. Debbie Ramirez, Tara Lai Quinlan and Taylor Shutt ; 13. Conclusion - Dr. Dan Silk, Dr. Basia Spalek, and Dr. Mary O'Rawe
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Popular conceptions of global ideological violence reduction efforts rely heavily on images of "get tough" approaches to crime. Experience has shown, however, that traditional police responses often do not offer comprehensive solutions for curtailing the roots of ideological violence. Preventing Ideological Violence: Communities, Police and Case Studies of Success brings together contributions from experienced community activists, police personnel, and researchers who recount their experiences with police-community partnerships. Featuring case studies from Northern Ireland, Britain, and the United States which illustrate both the benefits and drawbacks associated with community-police partnerships, this collection is a distinct contribution to the fields of law enforcement and international law (site de l'éditeur)
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978-1-13-729038-0
1-13-729038-2
978-1-13729039-7
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