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Title Handbook on policing in Central and Eastern Europe / Gorazd Meško [and others], editors
Published New York, NY : Springer, [2013]
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Contents Introduction to Handbook on Policing in Central and Eastern Europe / Gorazd Meško, Charles B. Fields -- Policing in Central and Eastern Europe as an Epiphenomenon of Geopolitical Events / Paul Ponsaers -- Policing in Austria: Development over the Past 20 Years--Present State and Future Challenges / Maximilian Edelbacher, Gilbert Norden -- Policing in Croatia: The Main Challenges on the Path to Democratic Policing / Irma Kovčo Vukadin, Krunoslav Borovec -- Policing in the Czech Republic: Evolution and Trends / Pavel Foltin, Andrej Rohál, Mária Šikolová -- Policing in Estonia: From Police Force to Police Service / Lauri Tabur -- Policing in Germany: Developments in the Last 20 Years / Thomas Feltes, Uwe Marquardt, Stefan Schwarz -- Finding the Right Path of Policing in Hungary / Richard Leyrer -- Policing in the Republic of Kosovo: Changes Along with Political and Social Developments / Driton Muharremi, Samedin Mehmeti -- Policing in the Republic of Macedonia / Stojanka Mirčeva, Rade Rajkovčevski -- Montenegrin Police: Current Profile and Future Trends / Zoran Keković, Savo Kentera -- Policing in Russia / Vladimir Sergevnin, Oleg Kovalyov -- Serbian Police: Troubled Transition from Police Force to Police Service / Želimir M. Kešetović -- Policing in the Slovak Republic: The Organization and Current Problems of Police Work / Josef Reitšpís, Libor Gašpierik, Kamil Boc -- Recent Developments of Policing in Slovenia / Gorazd Meško, Branko Lobnikar, Maja Jere -- A New Concept of the Police and Policing in Republika Srpska (Bosnia and Herzegovina) / Mile Šikman, Velibor Lalić
Summary Policing in Central and Eastern Europe has changed greatly since the fall of the Berlin Wall. Some Central and Eastern European countries are constituent members of the European Union, while others have been trying to harmonize with the EU and international requirements for a more democratic policing and developments in accordance with Western European and international policing standards, especially in regard to issues of legality and legitimacy. Changes in the police training system (basic and advanced), internationalization of policing due to transnationalization of crime and deviance, new
Analysis Social sciences
Criminology & Criminal Justice
Private International Law, International & Foreign Law, Comparative Law
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Police -- Europe, Central -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Police -- Europe, Eastern -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Genre/Form Handbooks and manuals.
Handbooks and manuals.
Form Electronic book
Author Meško, Gorazd, 1965-
ISBN 1461467195 (print)
1461467209 (electronic bk.)
9781461467199 (print)
9781461467205 (electronic bk.)