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  • The geographies of policing
  • Concept ; Criminalité ; Gouvernance ; Géographie ; Insécurité ; Néolibéralisme ; Police
  • Concept ; Criminality ; Geography ; Governance ; Insecurity ; Neo liberalism ; Police
  • This article reviews geographical progress in this area and argues that attention should be shifted from the police towards policing. Consideration is given to the increasing numbers of agencies that perform policing, including state, private
  • and voluntary actors. The concept of governance provides a suitable framework for theorizing new geographies of policing.
  • Policing the city
  • Citoyenneté ; Criminalité ; Espace social ; Ordre public ; Police ; Société urbaine ; Sécurité ; Ville
  • Citizenship ; Criminality ; Police ; Public order ; Security ; Social space ; Town ; Urban society
  • This review of research illustrates that urban areas are the sites of increasingly sophisticated and complex forms of social control. Studies of the relationships between the police and communities are an established area of police research. Private
  • The normative ordering of police territoriality: making and marking space with the Los Angeles police department
  • California ; Etats-Unis ; Los Angeles ; Motivation ; Ordre public ; Police ; Pouvoir ; Stratégie territoriale ; Sécurité ; Territorialité ; Ville
  • California ; Los Angeles ; Motivation ; Police ; Power ; Public order ; Security ; Territorial strategy ; Territoriality ; Town ; United States of America
  • The paper draws upon fieldwork in one patrol division to illustrate the significance of territoriality to police efforts at social control. The concept of normative order is defined as a means of capturing the mix of influences on police efforts
  • at socio-spatial control. The discussion explains how six of these orders structure the territorial tactics of the police department.
  • Ordering the city: surveillance, public space and the reform of urban policing in England 1835-56
  • England ; Espace public ; Espace urbain ; Géographie historique ; Géographie politique ; Ordre public ; Police ; Politique urbaine ; Royaume-Uni ; Réforme ; Siècle 19
  • England ; Historical geography ; Nineteenth Century ; Police ; Political geography ; Public order ; Public space ; Reform ; United Kingdom ; Urban area ; Urban policy
  • The A. considers the changes in the organization of policing based on the idea of surveillance. It is argued that police reform involved transformations in the deployment of policemen across space and in the definition of administrative hierarchies
  • . It also meant changes in the conception of public space. Applying this framework to the example of the Portsmouth Borough police it is demonstrated that the police force has been transformed through locally initiated reforms.
  • Policing space. Review Symposium
  • Espace d'activité ; Espace public ; Espace urbain ; Etats-Unis ; Los Angeles ; Ordre public ; Police ; Production de l'espace ; Territorialité
  • Activity space ; Los Angeles ; Police ; Production of space ; Public order ; Public space ; Territoriality ; United States of America ; Urban area
  • L'espace d'activité du Département de Police de Los Angeles et sa territorialité. Rôle de la police dans le contrôle de l'espace public. Commentaires à propos de l'ouvrage de Steve Herbert, Policing space.
  • The geopolitics of the police: Foucault, disciplinary power and the tactics of the Los Angeles Police Department
  • Bureaucratie ; California ; Criminalité ; Etats-Unis ; Ethnographie ; Géographie politique ; Géopolitique ; Los Angeles ; Organisation ; Police
  • Bureaucracy ; California ; Criminality ; Ethnography ; Geopolitics ; Los Angeles ; Organization ; Police ; Political geography ; United States of America
  • The insights of Foucault are used to analyze the Los Angeles Police Department as an agency of discipline. General formulations concerning disciplinary power are assessed. The ethnographic fieldwork reveals that the department does engage
  • Antagonistic authorities and the civil police in São Paulo, Brazil
  • Brésil ; Changement démocratique ; Classe sociale ; Commissariat de police ; Criminalité ; District ; Géographie politique ; Géographie sociale ; Métropole ; Police ; Pouvoir ; Quartier ; São Paulo ; Violence
  • Brazil ; Criminality ; District ; Large city ; Neighbourhood ; Police ; Political geography ; Power ; Social class ; Social geography ; São Paulo ; Violence
  • This article examines antagonistic authorities and the civil police in São Paulo, Brazil. First, it shows that they reproduce three kinds of authority—public, institutional, and criminal—that influence how police work is done. Second
  • , that they are battling over different normative worldviews and notions of acceptable police practice. It concludes that the slow pace of democratic change at this police station emerges from multiple modes of resistance that complicate how police can do their work.
  • The politics and practice of community policing in Boston
  • Boston ; Communauté ; Etats-Unis ; Massachusetts ; Police ; Quartier ; Sécurité ; Ville
  • Boston ; Community ; Massachusetts ; Police ; Security ; Town ; United States of America ; Urban district
  • Critique de l'activité policière à l'échelle des communautés. L'A. met l'accent sur son aspect rhétorique et le critique à travers l'exemple du Programme de Police de Quartier à Boston. L'A. montre que cette pratique est au service d'une fonction
  • Constructions of criminality: police-community relations in Toronto
  • Attitude ; Canada ; Criminalité ; Minorité ethnique ; Ontario ; Ordre public ; Police ; Racisme ; Relations sociales ; Société urbaine ; Sécurité ; Toronto
  • Attitude ; Canada ; Criminality ; Ethnic minority ; Ontario ; Police ; Public order ; Racism ; Security ; Societal relations ; Toronto ; Urban society
  • L'A. analyse les événements qui ont conduit à une détérioration des rapports entre la police et les communautés à Toronto. Il étudie comment la police, les politiciens et divers groupes communautaires ont cherché à résoudre les problèmes. Evaluation
  • The space community policing makes and the body that makes it
  • Boston ; Collectivité locale ; Communauté ; Criminalité ; Espace urbain ; Etats-Unis ; Massachusetts ; Ordre public ; Police ; Proximité ; Territorialité
  • Boston ; Community ; Criminality ; Local government ; Massachusetts ; Police ; Proximity ; Public order ; Territoriality ; United States of America ; Urban area
  • L'A. analyse les capacités d'organisation de l'espace urbain afin d'accroître l'aptitude de la police à faire régner l'ordre. La logique de cette organisation repose sur la manière particulière dont la police fait participer les civils à son action
  • . L'A. présente les résultats d'une étude réalisée pendant 20 mois auprès de la police de Boston, ville qui peut être considérée comme un modèle national pour sa police de proximité.
  • The contours of disorder : crime maps and territorial policing in South Africa
  • Afrique du Sud ; Analyse spatiale ; Cartographie thématique ; Criminalité ; Distribution spatiale ; Gauteng ; Gouvernementalité ; Géographie politique ; Johannesburg ; Patrouille de rue ; Police ; Violence
  • Criminality ; Gauteng ; Governmentality ; Johannesburg ; Police ; Political geography ; South Africa ; Spatial analysis ; Spatial distribution ; Thematic mapping ; Violence
  • This papers analyses the contours of disorder through crime maps and territorial policing in Johannesburg, South Africa. It demonstrates that, in the postapartheid era, South African police and vigilantes have synthesised statistically oriented
  • policing logics with the racial policing tactics of the past to anticipate, locate, isolate, and redistribute patterns of violent crime. In so doing, they have created forms of territorial power and violence that are neither new nor old, but undeniably
  • Marine fisheries police planning in West Malaysia
  • Police accountability and local democracy
  • Géographie humaine ; Géographie politique ; Ordre public ; Police ; Pouvoir local ; Pouvoir politique ; Responsabilité ; Royaume-Uni
  • Le maintien de l'ordre public et la responsabilité de la police. Un débat qui se rattache aux relations entre l'autorité locale et l'autorité du gouvernement. L'état de la législation britannique sur les responsabilités policières. Un point de vue
  • Police information systems with special interest on geographic applications: a bibliography
  • Bibliographie ; Crime ; Etats-Unis ; Géographie humaine ; Géographie sociale ; Information ; Police ; Système d'information
  • Policing the city.
  • Analyse spatiale ; Comportement ; Conflit ; Criminalité ; Densité de population ; Drogue ; Délinquance ; Environnement résidentiel ; Espace urbain ; Géographie humaine ; Habitat ; Milieu social urbain ; Mode de vie ; Police ; Prévention ; Royaume
  • La police en quête d'une nouvelle légitimité
  • Afrique du Sud ; Financement ; Gestion ; Mutation politique ; Ordre public ; Police ; Sécurité
  • Financing ; Management ; Police ; Political reform ; Public order ; Security ; South Africa
  • Police confrontée à la double tâche de réformer son fonctionnement interne et de renégocier les termes de sa relation avec la société civile. Intégration des forces des bantoustans et des forces non institutionnalisées. Démocratisation du mode de
  • Where the bodies lie : sense of place and police procedurals
  • Study examines one subgenre of mystery literature - the police procedural - to convey a sense of place. It is shown that place is an essential ingredient in the commission, discovery, and resolution of crime. A. uses a number of police procedurals
  • to illustrate how four basic literary devices convey a sense of place : narrative description, dialogue, iconography, and attention to detail. Although the police procedural remains underutilized by academics as a source of literary geography, it is a major
  • Space for the state? police, violence, and urban poverty in Brazil
  • Brésil ; Ceará ; Communauté ; Conflit ; Fortaleza ; Géographie politique ; Géographie sociale ; Pauvreté ; Police ; Quartier ; Société civile ; Violence
  • Brazil ; Ceará ; Civil society ; Community ; Conflict ; Neighbourhood ; Police ; Political geography ; Poverty ; Social geography ; Violence
  • This article explores the relationships between policing and space, querying perceived divisions between the state and society through an investigation of police work. By examining the tenuous position that police officers occupy (e.g., of state
  • actor one moment and nonstate actor the next), it unpacks the state–society contradictions embodied by police. It argues that state–society imaginaries are fraught with a host of epistemological tensions and that police work—and, in particular, moments
  • of conflict and police violence—shows clearly the problems and abuses engendered by binary state–society frameworks. Through a case study of a favela community (low-income urban settlement) in northeast Brazil, it illustrates how distance between the state
  • and civil society—and the discretion state actors hold over nonstate actors—relates to moments of police violence and ongoing abuse.
  • Air power as police power
  • This paper makes a case for understanding air power through the lens of police. After first rethinking a key period in the history of air power (colonial bombing campaigns) as a police mechanism, the paper then moves to consider the impoverished
  • conception of war and police in contemporary critical theory. The final section turns to perhaps the most pressing issue in current air power debates, namely drones, and suggests that a consideration of air power as police power helps us read drones
  • as a continuation of the police logic inherent in air power since its inception.
  • From ’Rabble Management’ to ’Recovery Management’: policing homelessness in marginal urban space
  • California ; District ; Espace urbain ; Etats-Unis ; Géographie sociale ; Los Angeles ; Marginalité ; Ordre social ; Police ; Programme de réhabilitation ; Sans-abri
  • California ; District ; Homeless ; Los Angeles ; Marginality ; Police ; Social geography ; Social order ; United States of America ; Urban area
  • This article examines the policing of homeless people in Los Angeles’ Skid Row district. The findings demonstrate that, contrary to the dominant framework of exclusion, policing in marginal space takes on a disciplinary model of ‘recovery management
  • ’ designed to coercively shepherd homeless people into rehabilitative programmes and ameliorate the individual pathologies deemed responsible for homelessness. The article thus provides an analysis of how, why and with what consequences the policing