'Standing on the inside looking out': The significance of police unions in networks of police governance
Scholars and practitioners now recognise the importance of 'governing through networks' if policing agendas are to be promoted effectively and democratically. Central to such an agenda of networked governance is the identification or creation of community-based structures and processes that can be harnessed by, and linked to, other forms of governance in furtherance of security outcomes. However, notions of community have generally been limited to the 'communities' outside of police...[Show more]
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