Policing Terrorism

Policing Terrorism

by Christopher Blake, Barrie Sheldon, Rachael Strzelecki, Peter Williams
     
 

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This text provides an accessible and up to date introduction to the highly topical subject of terrorism for all those undertaking degrees and foundation degrees, in policing and related subjects. Exacerbated by world events, emerging global threats, and a growing need to develop effective counter-terrorism strategies, terrorism has become a major issue for policing

Overview

This text provides an accessible and up to date introduction to the highly topical subject of terrorism for all those undertaking degrees and foundation degrees, in policing and related subjects. Exacerbated by world events, emerging global threats, and a growing need to develop effective counter-terrorism strategies, terrorism has become a major issue for policing in the 21st century, The book provides students with a historical perspective, introduces a number of well established theories relating to terrorism, considers the UK response and counter terrorism strategy, and examines wider global perspectives. In a fast-moving area, it captures the latest changes in legislation and government strategy. Knowledge and critical understanding of terrorism in increasingly relevant and necessary to all aspects of modern policing.

About the Policing Matters series

Book in the Policing Matters series have been specifically written to support students in higher education undertaking degrees or foundation degrees in policing. They provide key information and learning activities related to the core modules delivered on policing courses and are intended as a primary resource for students. All books include clear chapter objectives, case studies, practical and reflective tasks, and links to the relevant National Occupational Standards and current legislation.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780857255181
Publisher:
Learning Matters
Publication date:
01/04/2012
Pages:
200
Product dimensions:
6.73(w) x 9.69(h) x 1.17(d)

Meet the Author

Christopher Blake is a Principal Lecturer at Teesside University responsible for the management and delivery of a collaborative policing programme for student police officers with West Mercia Police. Christopher worked for West Midlands Police for thirty years in uniformed operations specialising in roads policing and staff training and development. While seconded to the Central Police Training and Development Authority he worked both as a team leader and as a training manager. Christopher has also delivered investigative training to detectives in Rwanda.

Barrie Sheldon is a Senior Lecturer at Teesside University delivering a foundation degree in policing to West Mercia Police student police officers and online programmes in counter-terrorism. Barrie joined Staffordshire Police as a cadet in 1972 and retired in 2004. He enjoyed various operational roles and completed his career with the Major Investigation Department as a Senior Investigating Officer. Barrie was also involved with training during his police career and has also delivered investigative training to detectives in Rwanda.

Rachael Strzelecki is a Senior Lecturer in Policing at Teesside University teaching a Foundation Degree in Professional Policing in partnership with West Mercia Police. She also delivers online programmes on the uses of intelligence. Rachel started her career as a Crime and Intelligence Analyst with Cleveland Police before moving on to become a Qualitative Research Analyst.

Peter Williams is a Senior Lecturer with Teesside University teaching programmes in partnership with West Mercia Police and the military police, as well as delivering online programmes in counter-terrorism. Peter served thirty years with Merseyside Police and retired as a police Inspector, having also served as a custody officer and trainer in the force custody department along with performing a consultative role for custody matters with the police in Hungary. Prior to his operational police career, Peter worked as a member of police staff with the then Liverpool and Bootle Constabulary and served in the Royal Air Force Police.

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