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Policing world society historical foundations of international police cooperation Historical Foundations of International Police Cooperation Clarendon Studies in Criminology Series

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Couverture de l’ouvrage Policing world society historical foundations of international police cooperation
This book analyses the history of international police cooperation from the middle of the 19th century until World War II. It is a detailed exploration of international cooperation strategies involving police institutions from the United States and Germany, as well as other European countries. Analysis includes the internationalization of policing in the nineteenth century, the evolution of international policing from political to criminal objectives, the history of Interpol, and other international police organizations, implications of the nazification of the German police, the rise of the FBI, and police aspects involved with World War II and its aftermath. It is argued that international police cooperation is enabled both through police agencies gradually claiming and gaining a position of relative independence from the governments of their respective states, and through expert systems of knowledge on international crime, which police institutions across nations develop and share. In consequence, practices and organizations of international policing are gradually established and elaborated on the basis of professional police conceptions and without regard for political and legal considerations.
Introduction: Historical Foundations of International Police Cooperation, 1: The Rise of International Policing, 2: The Expansion of World Society, 3: Towards an International Criminal Police, 4: War and Revolution, 5: The Origins of Interpol, 6: Policing Across National Borders, 7: On the Road to War: The Control of World Policing, 8: Policing the Peace and the Restoration of World Order, Conclusion: Patterns and Dynamics of International Policing, Appendix 1: A Chronology of International Policing, Appendix 2: A German-US Dialogue on Policing and Criminal Justice, Appendix 3: Archives and Libraries
Mathieu Deflem is Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of South Carolina, and previously helds positions at Purdue University and Kenyon College.
  • The first systematic analysis of the hitherto neglected subject of the history of international police cooperation
  • Globablization, co-operation, and interconnectedness in matters of crime such as terrorism make this a subject of contemporary relevance
  • This historical study aids understanding of current developments in international policing and global criminal justice
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