Harnessing Resources for Networked Policing

In: J. Fleming, J. & Wood, J. Eds. Fighting Crime Together: The Challenges of Policing and Security Networks. Sydney: University of New South Wales Press, 60-86, (2006)

37 Pages Posted: 6 Apr 2016

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Julie M. Ayling

European University Institute Dept of Law; RegNet School of Regulation and Global Governance, Australian National University

Peter Grabosky

School of Regulation & Global Governance (RegNet)

Clifford Shearing

Griffith Institute of Criminology; University of Cape Town; University of Montreal, School of Criminology; University of New South Wales

Date Written: April 3, 2006

Abstract

The paper explores ways of integrating state and civil society resources to govern security. The governance of public policing is being reconfigured under the twin influences of practical exigencies and shifts in the way in which governance is being understood. Existing frameworks for resource acquisition and allocation are explored. The paper discusses both the steering and the rowing of multilateral policing by looking at how these resourcing networks are constituted and managed. It considers how the variety of (often contesting) interests engage with each other, the consequences this is having for democratic governance and how the key values of democratic policing might be enhanced.

Suggested Citation

Ayling, Julie M. and Grabosky, Peter and Shearing, Clifford D, Harnessing Resources for Networked Policing (April 3, 2006). In: J. Fleming, J. & Wood, J. Eds. Fighting Crime Together: The Challenges of Policing and Security Networks. Sydney: University of New South Wales Press, 60-86, (2006), Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2758284 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2758284

Julie M. Ayling

European University Institute Dept of Law ( email )

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RegNet School of Regulation and Global Governance, Australian National University ( email )

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Australia

Peter Grabosky

School of Regulation & Global Governance (RegNet) ( email )

Canberra, Australian Capital Territory 0200
Australia

Clifford D Shearing (Contact Author)

Griffith Institute of Criminology ( email )

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University of Cape Town ( email )

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University of Montreal, School of Criminology ( email )

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University of New South Wales ( email )

Sydney
Australia

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