Table of contents for Policing beyond Macpherson : issues in policing, race and society / edited by Michael Rowe.

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Notes on contributors                                          vii
Introduction: policing and racism in the limelight -
the politics and context of the Lawrence Report                 xi
Michael Rowe
1   The historical context: policing and black people
in post-war Britain                                         1
James Whitfield
2   Diversity or anarchy? The post-Macpherson blues            18
Eugene McLaughlin
3   Police diversity training: a silver-bullet tarnished?      43
Michael Rowe and Jon Garland
4   Understanding Institutional Racism: the Stephen
Lawrence inquiry and the police service reaction           66
Anna Souhami
5   Black Police Associations and the Lawrence Report          88
Simon Holdaway and Megan O'Neill
6   Policing Muslim communities                               107
Neil Chakraborti
7   Macpherson, police stops and institutionalised
racism                                                    128
Kevin Stenson and P.A.J. Waddington
8   Reform by crisis: the murder of Stephen Lawrence         148
and a socio-historical analysis of developments in
the conduct of major crime investigations
Mark Roycroft, Jennifer Brown and Martin Innes
9   View from within: the realities of promoting race
and diversity inside the police service                   165
Brian Holland
Index                                                          189

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Police Great Britain, Police-community relations Great Britain, Discrimination in law enforcement Great Britain, Racism Great Britain, Minorities Great Britain, Great Britain Race relations, Lawrence, Stephen, 1974-1993