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Regulating Policing
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Introduction Ed Cape and Richard Young Authorize and Regulate: A Comparative Perspective on the Rise and Fall of a Regulatory Strategy David Dixon Can coercive powers be effectively controlled or regulated? Andrew Sanders PACE: A View From The Custody Suite John Coppen Keeping PACE? Some front line policing perspectives John Long Tipping the Scales of Justice?: A Review of the Impact of PACE on the Police, Due Process and the Search for Truth 1984-2006 Barbara Wilding Street Policing After PACE: The Drift to Summary Justice Richard Young PACE then and now: 21 years of 're-balancing' Ed Cape The role of defence lawyers in a 're-balanced' system Anthony Edwards Police and Prosecutors after PACE: The Road from Case Construction to Case Disposal John Jackson

About the Author

Richard Young is co-author of Criminal Justice (3rd edn, OUP, 2007), and has conducted research into various aspects of the criminal process, including legal aid decision-making, restorative justice and police complaints. Ed Cape is author of Defending Suspects at Police Stations (5th edn, LAG, 2006), and recent research includes an evaluation of the Public Defender Service in England and Wales, and effective criminal defence in Europe.

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Papers published in the aftermath of a conference often disappoint. These, on the contrary, sparkle...There is a great deal of meat in this book of essays. Readers who get and read them will not, I think, regret the expenditure of either their money or their time. Michael Zander Criminal Law Review March 2009

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