Course Description

Students are introduced to the concept of "policing" and the institutional and non-institutional forms it may take. The intersection of the uniformed, public police with other policing bodies, police discretion, culture and issues of accountability and governance are central to this course. The role of communities and developments in the global context provide the context for analysis of the future of democratic policing.


Prerequisites: CCRM 100 and CCRM 102

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