Policing and the Policed in the Postcolonial State Session 6





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Published on May 9, 2012

30-04-10 Institute of Commonwealth Studies

This conference seeks to examine policing practice across the Commonwealth from a variety perspectives, including that of the 'policed', a constituency whose voices are underrepresented in the existing literature. A key aim of this interdisciplinary conference is to bring together academics specialists from the fields of history, criminology and the social sciences, as well as those responsible for devising and implementing policing policy.

The conference is organized in conjunction with the Colonial and Postcolonial Policing Group (COPP), a global network of academics, policy-makers and practitioners with a shared interest in colonial policing and its legacy for the post-colonial state and for international policing practice. COPP is hosted by The Open University through its International Centre for Comparative Criminological Research.

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