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"Policing the Caribbean provides an outstanding combination of theoretical and empirical probity that takes the perimeters of knowledge about law enforcement in the Caribbean to new frontiers. It's a must read by public security scholars, practitioners, and policy workers in the Caribbean and those concerned with the region, in Europe, North America, and elsewhere."
--Ivelaw Lloyd Griffth, Professor of Political Science
The City University of New York
"This admirable book is a pioneering examination of the workings of the upper echelons of the policing family of the Commonwealth Caribbean in a comparative fashion. It raises a number of profound questions [providing] much food for thought if little comfort."
--Peter D. Fraser
Trinidad and Tobago Review