ISSN 0265-5527 (Print); ISSN 1468-2311 (Online)
on behalf of
the Howard League for Penal Reform
Who Needs Theories in Policing? An Introduction to a Special Issue on Policing
Concepts and Theory in Community Policing
Fielding, Nigel G.
Forcing the Issue: New Labour, New Localism and the Democratic Renewal of Police Accountability
The Disorderly Crowd: From Classical Psychological Reductionism to Socio-Contextual Theory – The Impact on Public Order Policing Strategies
Waddington, David; King, Mike
UK Policing and its Television Portrayal: ‘Law and Order’ Ideology or Modernising Agenda?
‘Caught Between a Rock and a Hard Place’: Police Experiences with the Legitimacy of Street Watch Partnerships
COUNTERBLAST: Penal Reform in Scotland
Penal Policy File No. 102: June–August 2005Compiled by Tony Fowles and David Wilson