Strategic Policing - PICT806
This unit addresses contemporary strategic issues affecting policing, examined in the context of its evolution, principally in western liberal democratic societies. An examination of unique sociological characteristics, ethical dictates, governance and accountability frameworks applicable to modern western democratic policing, lay a solid basis upon which to then give more detailed consideration of innovative strategies and tactics employed by police in contemporary society. A comparison of policing in different socio/legal settings and consideration of some of its more sophisticated forms, such as those applicable in addressing to organised crime and international deployment are included.
E2 - Evening; Offered in Session 2, North Ryde
X2 - External study; Offered in Session 2
|Staff Contact(s):||Mr Graeme Morgan|
Centre for Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism
Faculty of Arts
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