This module will ask students to consider various different models of policing from around the world, e.g. Sweden, Holland, Canada, USA, Interpol, etc. This will involve a comparative engagement with UK policing, though it will ultimately focus on the correlation between models of policing and community satisfaction. What are the governance structures? What role does culture play in delivering performance? What is the relationship between policing and local and national politics? How does each country assess effectiveness? Is policing contextual or does it have core characteristics that can be transnational? Transnational policing will also be explored and its impact on global security. The role of post-conflict policing will also be considered.

Course content

  • The role of policing in Sweden
  • The role of policing in Holland
  • The role of policing in Canada
  • The role of policing in the USA
  • The role of policing in Interpol
  • The role of local, national and international politics in policing
  • An exploration of success factors – from national perspective
  • Analysis of transnational policing and its impact on global security
  • How effective is post-conflict policing?
Duration:
4 days
Campus:
Any venue suitable for the client

Entry requirements

No specific requirements for these un-accredited short courses but, please note the programme will be taught in English.