Table of contents for Policing developing democracies / Mercedes S. Hinton, Tim Newburn.

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Introduction: Policing Developing Democracies Mercedes S. Hinton and Tim Newburn Europe: 2. Turkey: Progress Towards Democratic Policing? Andrew Goldsmith 3. Policing in the ¿New¿ Russia Adrian Beck and Annette Robertson 4. Policing in Serbia: Negotiating the Transition between Rhetoric and Reform Sonja Stojanovic and Mark Downes Asia: 5. Policing in South Korea: Struggle, Challenge, And Reform Byongook Moon and Merry Morash 6. Democratic Policing in India: Issues and Concerns Arvind Verma 7. Police Reform and Reconstruction in Timor-Leste: A Difficult Do-Over Gordon Peake South America: 8. Venezuela Christopher Birkbeck and Luis Gerardo Gabaldón 9. The Challenges of Accountability in Democratic Mexico: Who Polices the Police? Diane Davis 10. Police and State Reform in Brazil: Bad Apple or Rotten Barrel? Mercedes S. Hinton Africa: 11. Policing in Kenya: A Selective Service Alice Hills 12. The Building of the New South African Police Service: the Dynamics of Police Reform in a Changing (and Violent) Country Antony Altbeker 13. Policing Nigeria: Challenges and Reforms Kemi Asiwaju and Otwin Marenin

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Police -- Developing countries.
New democracies.