Special Issue in Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice
In the fall of 2018, we organized a workshop that brought together several experts from various disciplines to exchange their expertise on policing (see past events). This resulted in a special issue on transformative policing reform, providing academic insights and cases from around the globe (France, Kenya, South Africa, the South Pacific, Trinidad and Tobago, and the United States). The special issue will be published in a high-ranking, peer-reviewed journal focused on policing and human rights: Policing, a Journal of Policy and Practice.
We are very thankful for all contributing authors for their input.
Berg, Julie. 2020. Policing Reform in the Context of Plural Policing: The South African Case. Policing: A journal of Policy and Practice.
Dinnen, Sinclair and Danielle Watson. 2020. Police Reform in a Post-Conflict Context: The Case of Solomon Islands. Policing: A journal of Policy and Practice.
Diphoorn, Tessa and Naomi van Stapele. 2020. What is Community Policing? Divergent Agendas, Practices, and Experiences of Transforming the Police in Kenya. Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice
McAuliffe, Pàdraig. 2020. The Conceptual–Contextual Gap between Non-recurrence and Transformative Police Reform in Post-Conflict States. Policing: A journal of Policy and Practice.
McGonigle Leyh, B., ‘A New Frame? Transforming Policing through Guarantees of Non-Repetition’, Policing a Journal of Policy and Practice (2020)
Pino, Nathan W. 2020. Transformative Police Reform in Trinidad and Tobago: Prospects and Challenges. Policing: A journal of Policy and Practice.
Slooter, Luuk. 2019. ‘Urban Uprisings: The Troubled Relationship Between Citizens and Police in France, the UK and the USA’, Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice.