The Relational Geographies of Policing and Security
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© 2015 John Wiley & Sons Ltd. This paper considers the roles of policing and security in the geographies of everyday public and semi-public space. We contend that while security is concerned with territory, policing relates to place. We consider the relationship between security and territory before examining the relationship between policing and place. In the final section, we argue that a relational view of space is needed to understand how practices of policing and security shape space and, in turn, the lives of people using it.
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