Policing the waterfront : the social structure of collaborative crime control
In this thesis I investigate public/private partnerships designed to control criminal activity on the waterfront. Government authorities routinely work together (through interagency partnership), and enlist external stakeholders (through community coproduction) to enhance their crime prevention capabilities. I explore the nature and extent of this engagement on the waterfront, and the manner in which authorities enlist the capital (i.e. physical capital, human capital and social capital) of...[Show more]
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