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Opis: Policing Vulnerability - Nicole L. Asquith, Isabelle Bartkowiak-Theron

In a constantly evolving context of performance management, accountability and risk assessment, police organisations and frontline police officers are required to pay careful attention to what has come to be known as aaC--at risk peopleaaC--(t), aaC--vulnerable populationsaaC--(t) or aaC--vulnerable peopleaaC--(t). Vulnerable people have become a key focus of policy. Concurrently, there have been stronger demands on police, and a steep increase in police powers in relation to their interaction with vulnerable people. The premise of this protectionist and interventionist agenda is threefold: to protect the rights of vulnerable individuals proactively cater for their vulnerability within the justice system; and to secure police operations and protocols within strict guidelines. This collection unpacks aaC--vulnerable people policingaaC--(t) in theory and practice and guides the reader through the policing process as it is experienced by police officers, victims, offenders, witnesses and justice stakeholders. Each chapter features a single step of the policing process: from police recruit education through to custody, and the final transfer of vulnerable people to courts and sentencing. This edited collection provides analytical, theoretical and empirical insights on vulnerable people policing, and reflects on critical issues in a domain that is increasingly subject to speedy conversion from policy to practice, and heightened media and political scrutiny. It breaks down policing practices, operations and procedures that have vulnerable populations as a focus, bringing together original and innovative academic research and literature, practitioner experience and discussion of policy implications (from local and international perspectives). The particular nature of this collection highlights the multi-disciplinary nature of police work, sheds light on how specific, mandatory policies guide police officers steps in their interaction with vulnerable populations, and discusses the practicalities of police decision making at key points in this process.Foreword - Professor Peter Grabosky Part OneaaC--"The Emergence and Contexts of Vulnerable People Policing Introduction: Vulnerability and Cultural Competency in Policing Nicole L Asquith and Isabelle Bartkowiak-Theron Critically Reflecting on being aaC--at RiskaaC--(t) and aaC--a RiskaaC--(t) in Vulnerable People Policing Sonya Stanford 'For when equality is given to unequals, the result is inequality': The Socio-Legal Ethics of Vulnerable People Isabelle Bartkowiak-Theron and Anna Corbo Crehan Educating for Vulnerability Isabelle Bartkowiak-Theron and Catherine LaytonPart TwoaaC--"Police and Vulnerable Populations: First Contact Quality of Life Policing in Broadacre Housing Estates Rosmarie E Winter and Nicole L Asquith Reaching out to Vulnerable People: The Work of Police Liaison Officers Isabelle Bartkowiak-Theron The Vulnerable Thin Blue Line: Representations of Police Use of Force in the Media Katrina CliffordPart ThreeaaC--"Police Response to Incidents Involving Vulnerable People Policing Mental Illness: Examining the Police Role in Addressing Mental Ill-health Victoria Herrington and Katrina Clifford Policing Vulnerable Offenders: Police Early Encounters with Refugees Penny Egan-Vine and Katie Fraser Vulnerability and the Art of Complaint Making Nicole L AsquithPart FouraaC--"Vulnerable People and Custody Acquired Brain Injury and Vulnerability to the Criminal Justice System James M Huntley Twenty Years On: Indigenous Deaths in Police Custody and Lessons from the Frontline Lorana Bartels Detention and Investigation of Vulnerable Suspects Karl Roberts and Victoria Herrington Vulnerable Suspects and Arrest and Investigative Processes Terese HenningPart FiveaaC--"Pathways to Sentencing and Punishment Vulnerabilities in the Courtroom Lorana Bartels and Kelly Richards The Relationship between Diversion, Restorative Justice and Vulnerability Angela Robinson The Path Forward: Policing Diversion and Desistance Hannah Graham Conclusion: Vulnerable People Policing aaC--" Past, Present and Future Isabelle Bartkowiak-Theron and Nicole L Asquith Empathy and Justice Citizenship, Belonging and Justice Conclusion


Szczegóły: Policing Vulnerability - Nicole L. Asquith, Isabelle Bartkowiak-Theron

Tytuł: Policing Vulnerability
Autor: Nicole L. Asquith, Isabelle Bartkowiak-Theron
Producent: Federation Press
ISBN: 9781862878976
Rok produkcji: 2012
Ilość stron: 320
Oprawa: Miękka
Waga: 0.5 kg


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In a constantly evolving context of performance management, accountability and risk assessment, police organisations and frontline police officers are required to pay careful attention to what has come to be known as aaC--at risk peopleaaC--(t), aaC--vulnerable populationsaaC--(t) or aaC--vulnerable peopleaaC--(t). Vulnerable people have become a key focus of policy. Concurrently, there have been stronger demands on police, and a steep increase in police powers in relation to their interaction with vulnerable people. The premise of this protectionist and interventionist agenda is threefold: to protect the rights of vulnerable individuals proactively cater for their vulnerability within the justice system; and to secure police operations and protocols within strict guidelines. This collection unpacks aaC--vulnerable people policingaaC--(t) in theory and practice and guides the reader through the policing process as it is experienced by police officers, victims, offenders, witnesses and justice stakeholders. Each chapter features a single step of the policing process: from police recruit education through to custody, and the final transfer of vulnerable people to courts and sentencing. This edited collection provides analytical, theoretical and empirical insights on vulnerable people policing, and reflects on critical issues in a domain that is increasingly subject to speedy conversion from policy to practice, and heightened media and political scrutiny. It breaks down policing practices, operations and procedures that have vulnerable populations as a focus, bringing together original and innovative academic research and literature, practitioner experience and discussion of policy implications (from local and international perspectives). The particular nature of this collection highlights the multi-disciplinary nature of police work, sheds light on how specific, mandatory policies guide police officers steps in their interaction with vulnerable populations, and discusses the practicalities of police decision making at key points in this process.Foreword - Professor Peter Grabosky Part OneaaC--"The Emergence and Contexts of Vulnerable People Policing Introduction: Vulnerability and Cultural Competency in Policing Nicole L Asquith and Isabelle Bartkowiak-Theron Critically Reflecting on being aaC--at RiskaaC--(t) and aaC--a RiskaaC--(t) in Vulnerable People Policing Sonya Stanford 'For when equality is given to unequals, the result is inequality': The Socio-Legal Ethics of Vulnerable People Isabelle Bartkowiak-Theron and Anna Corbo Crehan Educating for Vulnerability Isabelle Bartkowiak-Theron and Catherine LaytonPart TwoaaC--"Police and Vulnerable Populations: First Contact Quality of Life Policing in Broadacre Housing Estates Rosmarie E Winter and Nicole L Asquith Reaching out to Vulnerable People: The Work of Police Liaison Officers Isabelle Bartkowiak-Theron The Vulnerable Thin Blue Line: Representations of Police Use of Force in the Media Katrina CliffordPart ThreeaaC--"Police Response to Incidents Involving Vulnerable People Policing Mental Illness: Examining the Police Role in Addressing Mental Ill-health Victoria Herrington and Katrina Clifford Policing Vulnerable Offenders: Police Early Encounters with Refugees Penny Egan-Vine and Katie Fraser Vulnerability and the Art of Complaint Making Nicole L AsquithPart FouraaC--"Vulnerable People and Custody Acquired Brain Injury and Vulnerability to the Criminal Justice System James M Huntley Twenty Years On: Indigenous Deaths in Police Custody and Lessons from the Frontline Lorana Bartels Detention and Investigation of Vulnerable Suspects Karl Roberts and Victoria Herrington Vulnerable Suspects and Arrest and Investigative Processes Terese HenningPart FiveaaC--"Pathways to Sentencing and Punishment Vulnerabilities in the Courtroom Lorana Bartels and Kelly Richards The Relationship between Diversion, Restorative Justice and Vulnerability Angela Robinson The Path Forward: Policing Diversion and Desistance Hannah Graham Conclusion: Vulnerable People Policing aaC--" Past, Present and Future Isabelle Bartkowiak-Theron and Nicole L Asquith Empathy and Justice Citizenship, Belonging and Justice Conclusion

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Szczegóły: Policing Vulnerability - Nicole L. Asquith, Isabelle Bartkowiak-Theron

Tytuł: Policing Vulnerability
Autor: Nicole L. Asquith, Isabelle Bartkowiak-Theron
Producent: Federation Press
ISBN: 9781862878976
Rok produkcji: 2012
Ilość stron: 320
Oprawa: Miękka
Waga: 0.5 kg


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