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The Cambridge handbook of policing in the United States

Author: Tamara Rice Lave; Eric J Miller
Publisher: Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2019. ©2019
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The Cambridge Handbook of Policing in the United States provides a comprehensive collection of essays on police and policing, written by leading experts in political theory, sociology, criminology, economics, law, public health, and critical theory. It unveils a range of experiences - from the police chief of a major metropolitan force to ordinary people targeted for policing on the street - and asks important
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tamara Rice Lave; Eric J Miller
ISBN: 9781108420556 1108420559 9781108430500 1108430503
OCLC Number: 1079400961
Description: xvii, 595 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Introduction / Tamara Rice Lave and Eric J. Miller --
Part I. The view from the streets. Policing as though the public really matters: a call for outcome-based policing / Cameron McLay ; Policing in St Louis: "I feel like a runaway slave sometimes" / Thomas Harvey and Janae Staicer --
Part II. Do we need public police? Why we need police / Justin McCrary and Deepak Premkumar ; Police abolitionist discourse? Why it has been missing (and why it matters) / Eduardo Bautista Duran and Jonathan Simon ; The police as civic neighbors / Eric J. Miller ; Pretext and justification: republicanism, policing, and race / Ekow Yankah ; The paradox of private policing / Elizabeth E. Joh --
Part III. The law of policing. Justifying police practices: the example of arrests / Rachel A. Harmon ; Police interrogation and suspect confessions / Richard A. Leo ; How fear shapes policing in the US / David A. Harris ; The futile Fourth Amendment: understanding police excessive force doctrine through an empirical assessment of Graham v. Connor / Osagie K. Obasogie and Zachary Newman ; The problematic prosecution of an Asian American police officer: notes from a participant in People v Peter Liang / Gabriel J. Chin --
Part IV. Police force and police violence. Confrontational proactive policing: benefits, costs, and disparate racial impacts / Charles F. Manski and Daniel S. Nagin ; Race, police, and the production of capital homicides / Amanda Geller and Jeffrey ; What drives variation in killings by urban police in the United States: two empirical puzzles / Franklin E. Zimring --
Part V. Discrimination. Race, pedestrian checks, and the Fourth Amendment / Devon W. Carbado ; In the shadows: policing immigration in the criminal justice system and its impact on racial disparities and identity / Yolanda Vázquez ; Policing "radicalization" / Amna A. Akbar ; Police and the criminalization of LGBT people / Naomi G. Goldberg, Christy Mallory, Amira Hasenbush, Lara Stemple, and Ilan H. Meyer ; Police sexual violence / Tamara Rice Lave ; Policing the mentally ill in Los Angeles on the frontlines of transinstitutionalization / Natalie A. Pifer --
Part VI. Technology. The pitfalls of police technology: a minority report / Kami Chavis ; Citizenship talk / I. Bennett Capers ; Predictive policing theory / Andrew Guthrie Ferguson ; Big Data surveillance: the case of policing / Sarah Brayne --
Part VII. Reform. Unions and police reform / Stephen Rushin ; Procedural justice and policing: four new directions / Rebecca Hollander-Blumoff ; Moving toward an American police-community reconciliation framework / David Kennedy and Jonathan Ben-Menachem.
Other Titles: Handbook of policing in the United States
Responsibility: edited by Tamara Rice Lave, Eric J. Miller.

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