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  1. In Search of Civic Policing: Recasting the ‘Peelian’ Principles.Ian Loader - 2016 - Criminal Law and Philosophy 10 (3):427-440.
    For over a century the so-called ‘Peelian’ principles have been central to the self-understanding of Anglo-American policing. But these principles are the product of modern state-building and speak only partially to the challenges of urban policing today. In fact, they stand in the way of clear thinking and better practice. In this paper, I argue that these principles ought to be radically recast and put to work in new ways. The argument proceeds as follows. First, I recover and outline the (...)
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    Democratic Theory and Mass Incarceration.Albert W. Dzur, Ian Loader & Richard Sparks (eds.) - 2016 - Oxford University Press USA.
    The United States leads the world in incarceration, and the United Kingdom is persistently one of the European countries with the highest per capita rates of imprisonment. Yet despite its increasing visibility as a social issue, mass incarceration - and its inconsistency with core democratic ideals - rarely surfaces in contemporary Anglo-American political theory. Democratic Theory and Mass Incarceration seeks to overcome this puzzling disconnect by deepening the dialogue between democratic theory and punishment policy. This collection of original essays initiates (...)
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    For an historical sociology of crime policy in England and Wales since 1968.Ian Loader & Richard Sparks - 2004 - Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy 7 (2):5-32.
    This essay proposes an approach to understanding changes in political responses to crime in England and Wales over the last third of the twentieth century and developments in criminological knowledge over the same period. To explore the association between these in some empirical detail, we argue, would provide a historical?sociological understanding that is currently lacking, notwithstanding Garland's significant intervention in The Culture of Control. We take issue with some aspects of Garland's account, on both methodological and substantive grounds, and delineate (...)
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