From Aarhus to Manila: Policing Practices in a Global Perspective

Peter Albrecht, Maya Mynster Christensen, Mette-Louise Johansen, Helene Marie Kyed, Paul Mutsaers, Dennis Pauschinger, Finn Stepputat, Francesco Colona, Jairo Matallana-Villarreal, Louise Wiuff Moe, Naomi van Stapele, Anna Warburg, Morten Koch Andersen, Kari Øygard Larsen, Brigitte Dragsted Mutengwa, Steffen Jensen

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Abstract

Policing in the global South and North are commonly characterized as vastly different by researchers and policy-makers alike. By exploring how the state police makes order in urban settings around the world, this policy brief provides insight into emerging global commonalities, including the blurring of boundaries between bureaucratic and intuitive policing styles.
Original languageEnglish
TypePolicy Brief
Media of outputDanish Institute for International Studies
Number of pages4
Place of PublicationCopenhagen, Denmark
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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    Albrecht, P., Christensen, M. M., Johansen, M-L., Kyed, H. M., Mutsaers, P., Pauschinger, D., Stepputat, F., Colona, F., Matallana-Villarreal, J., Wiuff Moe, L., van Stapele, N., Warburg, A., Koch Andersen, M., Øygard Larsen, K., Dragsted Mutengwa, B., & Jensen, S. (2017). From Aarhus to Manila: Policing Practices in a Global Perspective. Copenhagen, Denmark. https://www.diis.dk/en/research/policing-practices-in-a-global-perspective