International Police Cooperation: A World Perspectiveby Daniel J. Koenig
International Police Cooperation: A World Perspective brings together both practical and theoretical perspectives on the subject of international police cooperation. This volume combines the efforts of leading practitioners and academics in criminology to address the challenges of such persistent international problems as organized crime and illegal immigration. Rather than focusing solely on the problems that make cooperation desirable, however, this book offers the most current and detailed account of new international cooperative initiatives. Employing an innovative cross-cultural and comparative methodology, editors Daniel J. Koenig and Dilip K. Das and their eminent contributors present invaluable information for students of criminology and sociology which will fill a long-felt gap in the literature on policing.
Meet the Author
Daniel J. Koenig is Professor of Sociology at the University of Victoria. Dilip K. Das is Professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice at the State University of New York in Plattsburgh. He is the author ofPolicing in Six Countries around the World, andPolice Practices: An International Review.
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