Table of contents for Crafting transnational policing : police capacity-building and global policing reform / edited by Andrew Goldsmith and James Sheptycki.


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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



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: International police, Peacekeeping forces, Law enforcement International cooperation