Policing the World: Interpol and the Politics of International Police Co-operation by Malcolm AndersonPolicing the World: Interpol and the Politics of International Police Co-operation by Malcolm Anderson

Policing the World: Interpol and the Politics of International Police Co-operation

byMalcolm Anderson

Hardcover | March 1, 1995

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The need for co-operation between the police forces of the world has never been greater: there is a huge growth in international drug-trafficking and terrorism, and many social and economic activities are becoming increasingly internationalized. Interpol is the oldest and best-knowninstitution for tackling these problems - but is it right for today's conditions, or should it be supplanted by new arrangements? In this, the first scholarly study of Interpol, and of other contemporary forms of police co-operation across national boundaries, Malcolm Anderson discusses the proliferation of different forms of co-operation. He recognizes that contact between police forces of sovereign independent states hasalways been a sensitive matter and analyses uncertainty about how far police co-operation can go. He also examines the shadowy role of the security services and the influence of different forms of training on police attitudes. His book will be the indispensable starting-point for any futureserious attempt to address these crucial issues of international policing.
Malcolm Anderson is a Professor of Politics at University of Edinburgh.
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Title:Policing the World: Interpol and the Politics of International Police Co-operationFormat:HardcoverDimensions:222 pages, 8.5 × 5.43 × 0.67 inPublished:March 1, 1995Publisher:Oxford University Press

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0198275978

ISBN - 13:9780198275978

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'This book provides a succint evaluation of what is the most intractable problem confronting future European convergence...This enlightening study identifies the real problems which still confront those who seek a supra-national European Union.'