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Smedley D. Butler and the Militarisation of the Philadelphia Police, 1924-1925
(University of Plymouth Press, 2014)
The importance of the military as a police model in the U.S. had been eliminated, for the most part, from criminal justice and police studies until the 1980s-1990s, even as the professional model was studied extensively. ...
Resolution through Devolution: Policing, Youth Justice and Imprisonment in Wales
(University of Plymouth Press, 2009-03)
Criminal justice was not devolved to the Welsh Assembly but the process of devolution has resulted in de facto differences emerging between England and Wales. In the previous edition of this journal, Jackie Jones argued ...
Policing Public Houses in Victorian England
(University of Plymouth Press, 2013)
This article examines the policing of that most important site for leisure and pleasure among the Victorian working-classes – the pub. It begins with an examination of how changes in policing arrangements from the ...