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Introduction 1 ANDREW GOLDSMITH AND JAMES SHEPTYCKI SECTION ONE: SETTING THE SCENE(S) 29 1. The Constabulary Ethic and the Transnational Condition 31 JAMES SHEPTYCKI 2. Making Sense of Transnational Police-Building: Foreign Assistance in Colombian Policing 73 ANDREW GOLDSMITH, MARIA VICTORIA LLORENTE AND ANGELA RIVAS 3. Locating the Public Interest in Transnational Policing 111 IAN LOADER AND NEIL WALKER SECTION TWO: AGENDAS FOR POLICE REFORM 147 4. Obstacles on the Road to Peace and Justice: The Role of Civilian Police in Peacekeeping 149 RICK LINDEN, DAVID LAST AND CHRISTOPHER MURPHY 5. Implementing Police Reforms: The Role of the Transnational Policy Community 177 OTWIN MARENIN 6. Fostering a Dependency Culture: The Commodification of Community Policing in a Global Marketplace 203 GRAHAM ELLISON 7. The Cart before the Horse: Community Oriented versus Professional Models of International Police Reform 243 CHRISTOPHER MURPHY 8. Managerialist Pathways Toward 'Good Policing': Observations from South Africa 263 ELRENA VAN DER SPUY