The Resource Zero tolerance policing : implications for Indigenous people : paper prepared for the Law and Justice Section of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission, Chris Cunneen

Zero tolerance policing : implications for Indigenous people : paper prepared for the Law and Justice Section of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission, Chris Cunneen

Label
Zero tolerance policing : implications for Indigenous people : paper prepared for the Law and Justice Section of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission
Title
Zero tolerance policing
Title remainder
implications for Indigenous people : paper prepared for the Law and Justice Section of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission
Statement of responsibility
Chris Cunneen
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Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
AIC
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1953-
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Cunneen, Chris
Dewey number
364.40994
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Australia
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  • Law enforcement
  • Crime prevention
  • Police
  • Aboriginal Australians
Target audience
adult
Label
Zero tolerance policing : implications for Indigenous people : paper prepared for the Law and Justice Section of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission, Chris Cunneen
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"January 1999"
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references: leaves 41-44
Contents
What is zero tolerance policing? -- The experience of New York City : The torture of Abner Louima -- The police-community relations inquiry 1997-1998 -- What can be learnt from the New York City example? : The supperssion of dissent -- Police brutality, particularly against racial and ethnic minorities -- Increased complaints against police and increased deaths in police custody -- Failure to deal with complaints against police -- The demise of community policing and the further marginalisation of ethnic and racial minorities -- Value of money? : The relationship between policing levels and crime reduction -- Has zero tolerance policing reduced crime -- Local accountability, crime reduction and the falsification of records -- Divergent police views on the merits of zero tolerance policing -- Relevance to Australia -- The criminological critique of zero tolerance policing -- Who is promoting zero tolerance policing in Australia : The Northern Territory -- New South Wales -- The Australian prime minister -- Zero tolerance policing and the recommendations from the Royal commission into Aboriginal deaths in custody : Policing Non-Indigenous standards -- Indigenous self-determination -- Community policing and community responsibility for order maintenance -- Arrest as a last resort -- Arrests for trivial offences -- Police racism and violence -- Diversion from police custody: publice drunkenness -- Young people and the Royal Commission recommendations -- Deaths in Custody -- Failure to comply with international standards : The rights of young people -- Racial discrimination -- Self-determination and the rights of minorities -- Conclusion : The impact on Indigenous people
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
44 leaves
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 2 and 3 donated by ATSIC
Label
Zero tolerance policing : implications for Indigenous people : paper prepared for the Law and Justice Section of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission, Chris Cunneen
Publication
Note
"January 1999"
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references: leaves 41-44
Contents
What is zero tolerance policing? -- The experience of New York City : The torture of Abner Louima -- The police-community relations inquiry 1997-1998 -- What can be learnt from the New York City example? : The supperssion of dissent -- Police brutality, particularly against racial and ethnic minorities -- Increased complaints against police and increased deaths in police custody -- Failure to deal with complaints against police -- The demise of community policing and the further marginalisation of ethnic and racial minorities -- Value of money? : The relationship between policing levels and crime reduction -- Has zero tolerance policing reduced crime -- Local accountability, crime reduction and the falsification of records -- Divergent police views on the merits of zero tolerance policing -- Relevance to Australia -- The criminological critique of zero tolerance policing -- Who is promoting zero tolerance policing in Australia : The Northern Territory -- New South Wales -- The Australian prime minister -- Zero tolerance policing and the recommendations from the Royal commission into Aboriginal deaths in custody : Policing Non-Indigenous standards -- Indigenous self-determination -- Community policing and community responsibility for order maintenance -- Arrest as a last resort -- Arrests for trivial offences -- Police racism and violence -- Diversion from police custody: publice drunkenness -- Young people and the Royal Commission recommendations -- Deaths in Custody -- Failure to comply with international standards : The rights of young people -- Racial discrimination -- Self-determination and the rights of minorities -- Conclusion : The impact on Indigenous people
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
44 leaves
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 2 and 3 donated by ATSIC

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