The Governance of Policing and Security: Ironies, Myths and by Bob Hoogenboom
By Bob Hoogenboom
Policing today includes many alternative nation and non-state actors. This booklet lines the method of unbounding policing, exploring the way in which that limitations among public policing, regulators, inspectorates, intelligence prone and personal safety are blurring.
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The major difference between Foucault and Cohen on the one hand and the criminal law paradigm on the other hand lies in the endless variety of proactive techniques available. Behavioural steering occurs ‘in the front and back yards of the criminal justice system’ where criminal justice plays but a minor role, although society at large, criminal justice policy makers and functionaries within the criminal justice system still cling to the notion of a monopoly on policing, justice and the penal system.
However, this generally remains limited to the criminal system itself. It would be fair to talk of a criminal paradigm. This paradigm no longer suffices. The concepts of policing, enforcement and investigation are no longer exclusive to the standard police force. Conflict resolution by means of criminal law is just one of many instruments of social control. Criminological discourse is unbearably light in its perspective, content, shape and neophilia. On the occasion of the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Dutch Association for Criminology (1999), I wrote an essay on the future of criminology entitled On Old Folk and Things That Pass Away.
National/international perspectives In his book Policing the World (1989), Anderson points to the fact that the police and the judiciary are by definition bound to a national, united state. An important component of a state’s legitimacy is the governmental monopoly with regard to physical violence. Anderson argues that, as a result of proliferation in international cooperative associations between the various police areas, national sovereignty comes under threat. Thus, a police and judiciary vacuum is created between national and international or even global levels that is ‘far reaching, (and) not widely understood’.