Policing in Canada in the Twenty-First Century: Directions for Law Reform
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During the last four decades of the twentieth century some very significant changes occurred in policing in Canada and other democratic countries. These changes involved not only a restructuring of the institutions through which policing is undertaken but also the development of new techniques for actually accomplishing policing goals. In this chapter, we review what is known about these changes, their social implications, and their relevance for a reconsideration of the role of law in achieving more effective, realistic, just, equitable, and democratic policing in Canada.
Re-imagining policing in Canada
Police Administration, Procedures and Practice