Forensic science and policing in Scotland

J. Fraser, A. Ludwig

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Abstract

This fully updated and expanded new version builds upon the success of the first edition and aim to provide an up-to-date and authoritative account of recent developments and provide an overview of policing in Scotland, with an updated description of the basic factual information about Scottish policing as it stands in the present age. Contributors to the book are drawn from both academics and practitioners and include new and revised chapters on historical developments that have shaped that modern policing. the important and challenging areas of police management, resource management and the role of police unionism, policing of crime and disorder, community policing in Scotland, policing: young people, ethnic minorities and crime investigation. youth justice human rights legislation and Scottish policing, the role of policing within the wider Scottish criminal justice system and forensic science
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationPolicing in Scotland
EditorsDaniel Donnelly, Kenneth Scott
Place of PublicationAbingdon
Edition2nd
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2010

Keywords

  • law enforcement
  • political science
  • social science
  • criminology

Cite this

Fraser, J., & Ludwig, A. (2010). Forensic science and policing in Scotland. In D. Donnelly, & K. Scott (Eds.), Policing in Scotland (2nd ed.).