Item description for Police and Crime Control in Jamaica: Problem of Reforming Ex-Colonial Constabularies by Anthony Harriott...
Police and Crime Control in Jamaica is a valuable addition to the sparse literature on policing in developing states, and is the first study of its kind on a police force in a Caribbean territory. The work examines the extent and sources of police ineffectiveness in controlling crime. It assesses the quality of justice and declining public confidence in the criminal justice system. Police reform efforts, as well as sources of cynicism among members of the force, are analysed. This study of policing and citizen-state relations is especially relevant to the tourism-dependent countries of the Caribbean amid growing recognition of the negative impact of high rates of violent crime on these economies. This book will be much valued by students of criminology and criminal justice, especially those with an interest in the Caribbean, as well as the general reader who is concerned with issues of crime and policing.
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Studio: University Press of the West Indies
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.98" Width: 5.83" Height: 0.71" Weight: 1.01 lbs.
Publisher University Press of the West Indies
ISBN 9766400768 ISBN13 9789766400767
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More About Anthony Harriott
Anthony Harriott is Professor of Political Sociology and Head of the, Department of Government, University of the West Indies, Jamaica. He is the author of Police and Crime Control in Jamaica: Problems of Reforming Ex-Colonial Constabularies and editor of Understanding Crime in Jamaica: New Challenges for Public Policy.