Policing the Global Countryside: Toward a Research Agenda
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This article provides an overview of work that has examined the geographies of crime and policing in rural areas. Using policing in the United Kingdom as a jumping-off point, it outlines the significance of organized crime in rural places and argues that global, rather than community-based, perspectives are needed in its study and policing. It concludes by drawing attention to the value of Southern criminology in developing a research agenda to understand the geographies of rural policing.
Association of American Geographers (AAG)
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