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Policing Northern Ireland

AogaМЃn Mulcahy

Policing Northern Ireland

conflict, legitimacy and reform

by AogaМЃn Mulcahy

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Published by Willan in Cullompton, Devon, UK, Portland, Or .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Royal Ulster Constabulary.,
  • Police Service of Northern Ireland.,
  • Police -- Northern Ireland.,
  • Police-community relations -- Northern Ireland.,
  • Social problems -- Northern Ireland.,
  • Ulster (Northern Ireland and Ireland) -- Social conditions.,
  • Ulster (Northern Ireland and Ireland) -- Politics and government.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementAogán Mulcahy.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV8197.5.A45 R695 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 228 p. ;
    Number of Pages228
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22650533M
    ISBN 101843920735, 1843920727
    ISBN 109781843920731, 9781843920724
    LC Control Number2006279996

    During the period known as "the Troubles" in Northern Ireland (–), the British Army and Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC) were accused by Republicans of operating a "shoot-to-kill" policy, under which suspected terrorists were alleged to have been deliberately killed without any attempt to arrest a policy was alleged to have been directed almost exclusively at suspected or. The Independent Commission on Policing for Northern Ireland was established in as part of the Belfast Agreement, intended as a major step in the Northern Ireland peace d by Conservative politician Chris Patten, it was better known as the Patten other members of the Commission were Maurice Hayes, Peter Smith, Kathleen O'Toole, Gerald W. Lynch, Sir John .

    In societies suffering from acute political and social cleavage, policing agencies are invariably at the heart of the conflict resolution processes. In Northern Ireland, there have been calls for the RUC to be disbanded as well as for it to be retained unchanged. After considering various options.   In societies suffering from acute political and social cleavage, policing agencies are invariably at the heart of the conflict resolution processes. In Northern Ireland, there have been calls for the RUC to be disbanded as well as for it to be retained unchanged. After considering various options Pages:

      Policing Northern Ireland by Aogan Mulcahy, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(4). On the whole, this book makes an important contribution to an understanding of the profound changes in policing that have occurred within a relatively short period of time in Northern Ireland. It also contributes to an understanding of organizational change in general.


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New beginning. [Norwich, Eng.: H.M.S.O., ©] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Chris Patten; Independent Commission on Policing for Northern Ireland (Great Britain). Although there is a considerable literature on policing in Northern Ireland, this is the first book which focuses on the dynamics of the police legitimation process.

It explores in a highly readable form how the police—the old RUC and subsequently the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI)—sought to gain and maintain the support of Author: Paddy Hillyard.

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First Edition. Desmond Rea and Robin Masefield. Liverpool University Press. First book to describe the transformation in Northern Ireland policing through the eyes of the policing accountability body, described by the Independent Commission as 'the key to a new beginning for policing'.

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"The Crowned Harp provides a detailed analysis of policing in Northern Ireland. Tracing the s history of the Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC), Ellison and Smyth portray the Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC) as an organisation burdened by its past as a colonial police force.

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From the back cover: Police reform, one of the most hotly debated issues in Northern Ireland, is at the heart of the Good Friday Agreement. This timely and refreshingly dispassionate book examines the status quo and puts forward reasoned proposals to help create representative, impartial, decentralised, demilitarised and democratically accountable policing services - proposals which respect.

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They analyse its perceived close relationship with unionism and why, for many nationalists, the RUC embodied the problem of the legitimacy of Northern. The UK government is holding a consultation on plans to deal with the legacy of the Troubles.

But Paul Nolan examines how the lengthy delay in tackling the issue has undermined the new beginning to policing in Northern Ireland. ONE perspective on the special nature of policing in Northern Ireland can be found in the most recent Europol Terrorism Situation and Trend Report.

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Yet the RUC’s official discourse explicitly functioned to minimize the conflict’s significance.