Policing, Boundaries and the State

The Changing Landscape of Sovereignty and Security

Published in: European Journal of Policing Studies, v. 3, no. 2, Dec. 2015, p. 109-115

Posted on RAND.org on December 29, 2015

by Chris Giacomantonio, Helene O. Gundhus

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This study examines institutional rearrangements of policing, boundaries and the state. Through a combination of empirical, theoretical and legal scholarship, each contribution uniquely examines the profound transformations taking place in contemporary Europe and elsewhere, and the questions these transformations raise for policing in democratic societies.

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