Half Title Page.
Notes on the Editors and Contributors.
1: Global Policing Studies: A Prospective Field.
2: Political Theory, Institutional Purpose and Policing.
3: Disentangling the ‘Golden Threads’: Policing the Lessons from Police History.
4: Beyond the Social Control of Space: Towards a Multidimensional Approach to Local Security Networks.
5: The Color of Safety: The Psychology of Race and Policing.
6: Police, the Rule of Law, and Civil Society: A Philosophical Perspective.
7: The Anthropology of Police.
8: Police Lawfulness and Public Security.
9: Literature and Global Policing.
Social and Political Order.
10: Police and State.
11: Global Policing and the Nation-State.
12: The Police and Inequality: Tales from Two Cities.
13: Policing Difference.
14: Policing and Human Rights1.
15: Police, Crime and Order: The Case of Stop and Search.
16: War, Policing, and Killing.
17: Freedom, Policing and Urban Liberalism.
18: Policing after Colonialism.
19: Policing after State Socialism.
20: Policing after Dictatorship in South America.
21: Policing after the Revolution: The Emergence of Professional Police in New China.
22: Policing after Civil Rights: The Legacy of Police Opposition to the Civil Rights Movement for Contemporary American Policing.
Problems and Problematics.
23: Modernization and Development as a Motor of Polity and Policing.
24: New Animism in Policing: Re-animating the Rule of Law?.
25: Countering Transnational Terrorism: Global Policing, Global Threats and Human Rights.
26: Police in Armed Conflict.
27: Local Dynamics of a Global Phenomenon: Policing Organized Crime.
28: Police, ‘Police’ and the Urban.
29: Global Policing and Mobility: Identity, Territory, Sovereignty.
30: Towards a Global Control? Policing and Protest in a New Century.
31: The Market for Global Policing1.
32: Policing and New Environmental Governance.
33: Policing by and for Women in Brazil and Beyond.
34: Complex Needs in Policing: Training, Responsibility and Contestation in Late Neoliberalism.