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Police custody : governance, legitimacy and reform in the criminal justice process

Author: Layla Skinns
Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon [U.K.] ; New York : Willan, 2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Police custody is the gateway to the criminal justice process, meaning that there is much at stake for staff & suspects. This book contributes to research on the police custody process & examines the growing role given to civilians employed by the police or by private security companies within police custody areas.
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Layla Skinns
ISBN: 9781843928133 1843928132
OCLC Number: 573302301
Description: xviii, 254 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: 1. Introduction --
Police custody and its purposes --
Suspects' PACE rights and entitlements --
Research on police custody in England and Wales : a short History --
Police custody and the wider context --
The analytical framework --
2. Governance and legitimacy in multi-professional police custody areas --
Police custody values --
Constitutional and institutional arrangements : the rules governing the police --
Relational forms of governance --
Police authority and legitimacy --
Conclusion --
3. Cops, docs, 'DPs' and others: staff and suspects in the custody process --
Roles and responsibilities --
The suspects --
Conclusion --
4. `Down the block': the custody environment for staff and suspects --
The police custody environment --
In the cells --
Access to the facilities --
exercise, showers and food --
Conclusion --
5. Access to rights and entitlements at the police station --
Informing suspects of their rights at the police station --
The right not be held incommunicado --
The right to legal advice --
Police interviews --
Detention reviews --
'you're not going anywhere until it's done' --
Conclusion --
6. Plural policing and the police custody process --
Plural policing in England and Wales --
The power to use force and other roles and responsibilities --
Plural policing and staffing arrangements --
Police-police staff relationships --
Plural policing and suspects --
Accountability --
Conclusion --
7. Multi-professionalism and the police custody process --
Partnership working and police custody --
Perceptions of multi-professional relationships --
Assessing multi-professionalism: the promises and pitfalls --
Accountability and governance --
Conclusion --
8. Governance and legitimacy revisited --
Constitutional and institutional governance of the police --
Relational governance and multi-professional power relations --
The use of authority by police and police staff : coercion or consent? --
Suspect responses --
9. The future of police custody --
Improving police custody in the immediate term --
Towards an agenda for future research --
Ongoing assessment and reform --
Appendix: The research base.
Responsibility: Layla Skinns.
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