1: The Public Understanding of Crime and Policing 2: Reassurance Policing 3: Neighbourhood Problems and Problem Neighbourhoods 4: Neighbourhood Policing Policy Development 5: Policing Neighbourhoods: The Work of Neighbourhood Teams 6: The Cardiff Community Engagement Field Experiment 7: Seeing Like a Citizen: A Six Year Study of Sutton 8: Above and Beyond the Neighbourhood: Serious Organised Crime and Counter-Terrorism 9: Disinvestment and How Neighbourhood Policing Ends 10: Policing Fashions: How Ideas Gain and Lose Power Appendix: Research Design and Methods
Martin Innes is a Professor in the School of Social Sciences. He is Director of the Universities' Police Science Institute (www.upsi.org.uk) and is recognised as one of the world's leading authorities on policing and social control. Dr Colin Roberts is a member of the Universities' Police Science Institute at Cardiff University. Ms Trudy Lowe is a Research Fellow at the Universities' Police Science Institute at Cardiff University. She was also a Research Fellow for the Signal Crimes Research team throughout the National Reassurance Policing Programme and contributed to the development of i-NSI, an operational methodology for the collection and analysis of signal crimes within communities. Dr Helen Innes is a Research Associate at the Universities' Police Science Institute at Cardiff University.
engaging ... this book provides a rare insight into an internationally important community policing model. For those passionate about community and neighbourhood policing, this is a treat. * Caroline Hay & Peter Neyroud, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice Books *