By Peter Joyce
This booklet examines the character of protest and how during which the police and nation reply to the actions linked to this time period. Protest is explored in the context of the perceived decline in public engagement with contemporary common election contests. it's always idea that protest is considered a substitute for, or as a substitute for, formal political engagement with electoral politics, and this e-book offers a considerate evaluate of where of protest within the modern behavior of political beliefs. Analysing key types of protest equivalent to: demonstrations, direct motion, protest performed in the place of work, riots and terrorism, this research additionally illustrates each one of those actions with quite a lot of examples of occasions that experience taken position in the united kingdom on account that 1945. it will likely be of prepared curiosity to scholars of criminology, felony justice stories, police reviews and politics.
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The Author(s) 2016 P. 1057/978-1-137-29059-5_2 25 26 THE POLICING OF PROTEST, DISORDER AND INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM IN . . Riot Police In many countries, the policing of protest (whatever form it takes) is the responsibility of police units that are divorced from the structure of mainstream policing. These are often referred to as ‘riot police’, although their deployment covers situations that extend beyond this speciﬁc activity and embraces a wide variety of crowd events where it is possible that disorder may occur.
The Policing of Protest, Disorder and International Terrorism in the UK since 1945 by Peter Joyce