Post Conflict Criminology, Policing and Democratic Development

Michael Wiatrowski, O. J. J. D. P.

This is a theoretical paper in which the emerging parameters of a criminology which addresses the needs of societies which are emerging from conflict and totalitarianism. The prevalence of social disorder and crime in post conflict scenarios will be surveyed. The perspective developed here will build on an emerging model of democratic policing and will integrate it with an evolving community policing and social capital framework to support the development of stability and democratic values.

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Updated 05/20/2006