9781843920458

Policing, Race and Racism

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    9781843920458

  • ISBN10:

    184392045X

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2004-05-01
  • Publisher: Willan

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Table of Contents

List of tables and figures vii
Acknowledgements viii
1 Introduction 1(19)
The murder of Stephen Lawrence: another instalment in a tale of failure
4(3)
The Macpherson Report: an overview
7(2)
Institutional racism: origins and controversies
9(4)
About the book
13(7)
2 Recruitment, retention and promotion 20(23)
The historical context
22(2)
Recruitment initiatives
24(7)
The experience of minority ethnic officers
31(2)
Legal and regulatory factors
33(4)
Pragmatic factors
37(3)
Police legitimacy
40(3)
3 Racism and the role of police culture 43(18)
Stereotyping and 'cop culture'
46(8)
Police culture as an obstacle to reform
54(4)
Rank-and-file culture as an obstacle to reform: the case of the Black Police Association
58(3)
4 Community and race relations training 61(17)
A brief history of police CRR training
63(3)
Challenges in contemporary CRR training
66(6)
Approaches to police CRR training: the challenge of the 'affective domain'
72(2)
Reform through training: reconsidering the nature of police culture
74(4)
5 Stop and search 78(21)
Suspicious minds: stop and search before the 1984 Police and Criminal Evidence Act
80(3)
The PACE framework
83(6)
Post-Macpherson developments
89(4)
Discretion, street crime and measuring police performance
93(2)
Section 60: a return to 'sus'?
95(4)
6 Racist incidents, policing and 'hate crimes' 99(21)
The conceptual ambiguities of hate crime
102(5)
Applying hate crime law in practice
107(10)
Concluding comments: reconsidering hate
117(3)
7 Accountability and complaints 120(17)
The principle of police accountability
122(7)
Complaints against the police
129(5)
Police-community relations: centralisation vs. devolved policing
134(3)
8 Policing diversity 137(16)
The impact of the Lawrence Inquiry
140(4)
Policing diversity: conceptual framework and implications
144(9)
9 Conclusion 153(17)
The complexities of change
156(4)
Dynamics of police reform
160(1)
The social context of policing
161(6)
The individuation of institutional racism
167(3)
References 170(10)
Index 180

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