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ISBN:190324093X
Author: Marian FitzGerald,Mike Hough,Ian Joseph,Tariq Qureshi
ISBN13: 978-1903240939
Title: Policing for London
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Language: English
Category: Politics and Government
Publisher: Willan; 1 edition (April 3, 2002)
Pages: 190

Policing for London by Marian FitzGerald,Mike Hough,Ian Joseph,Tariq Qureshi



By Marian FitzGerald, Mike Hough, Ian Joseph, Tariq Qureshi. Marian FitzGerald is a Visiting Professor of Criminology at the Kent Crime and Justice Centre, University of Kent. Tariq Qureshi is an Associate Lecturer on the Race and Ethnicity programme at Birkbeck University.

by Marian FitzGerald, Mike Hough, Ian Joseph, Tariq Qureshi. The book sets out the findings of this project in terms of what Londoners wanted and needed for their policing, whether the Metropolitan Police was aware of the public's expectations, whether they met these expectations, and to examine how policing in London could be improved in the future.

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Professor Marian FitzGerald, who has worked for the Home Office under both Conservative and Labour governments, said that confidence is not governed only by police visibility on the streets, but also by news coverage, good or bad, and she continued: The true measure of confidence is the extent to which members of the public are prepared to report crime to the police in the first place, to cooperate in investigations and give witness and victim evidence. Mike Hough of Birkbeck College probed deeper into the draft plan's stress on police visibility. It's very clear that people think they want more bobbies on the beat," he said. I think the key thing in any policing plan is to keep an eye on levels of police legitimacy - what makes police legitimate in the eyes of the public.

by Marian FitzGerald Author · Mike Hough Author. In identifying the key issues facing policing in London this book provides a vital blueprint for addressing the question of police reform in the country as a whole - at a time of intense debate and concern about the future role of the police. Sociology Nonfiction. Publisher: Taylor and Francis. Author : Tariq Qureshi.

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This title presents the findings of the Policing for London project, an independent investigation into policing in London in the wake of the death of Stephen Lawrence and the subsequent MacPherson Report. The main aim of the project was to identify the factors the police in London needed to consider in order to deliver an equitable and effective service to the people of London in the 21st century.

The book sets out the findings of this project in terms of what Londoners wanted and needed for their policing, whether the Metropolitan Police was aware of the public's expectations, whether they met these expectations, and to examine how policing in London could be improved in the future. It also identifies a number of key policy issues in the light of its findings - for example in relation to the centralisation or devolution of decision making, specialisation of function, performance management, policing philosophies and partnership, and the need to regain the confidence of ethnic minority groups. In identifying the key issues facing policing in London this book provides a vital blueprint for addressing the question of police reform in the country as a whole - at a time of intense debate and concern about the future role of the police.