- Author:Joseph S. Tulchin,Meg Ruthenburg
- Publisher:Johns Hopkins University Press; 1 edition (December 20, 2006)
- Pages:360 pages
- Subcategory:Politics & Government
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Introduction: Toward a Society Under Law Joseph S. Tulchin and Meg Ruthenburg.
Introduction: Toward a Society Under Law Joseph S. Case Studies 6. Paths toward Police and Judicial Reform in Latin America Paulo de Mesquita Neto 7. Police Reform in Latin America: Argentina, Brazil, and Chile Heather H. Ward 8. Citizen Participation and Public Security in Argentina, Brazil, and Chile: Lessons from an Initial Experience Catalina Smulovitz 9. Citizen Security Policy in Argentina: The National Crime Prevention Plan Alberto Föhrig, Julia S. Pomares, and Cecilia Gortari 10.
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Toward a Society under Law is a product of an ongoing project of the Latin American Program at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. Hardcover, 360 pages. Published January 4th 2007 by Johns Hopkins University Press (first published December 1st 2006). Toward a Society under Law: Citizens and Their Police in Latin America (Woodrow Wilson Center Press).
Volume 39 Issue 4. Joseph S. Tulchin and Meg Ruthe. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 06 November 2007. Journal of Latin American Studies. Citizens and Their Police in Latin America (Washington . Woodrow Wilson Center Press and Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2006), pp. xii+342, £4. 0, £1. 0, pb. RUTH STANLEY (a1). Free University of Berlin, Institute of Political Science. Export citation Request permission.
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Joseph S. Tulchin is director of the Latin American Program at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington, . Series: Woodrow Wilson Center Press.
15 Hugo Fruhling, The Impact of Community Policing and Police Reform in Latin America, in Toward a Society Under Law: Citizens and Their Police in Latin America, eds. Joseph Tulchin and Meg Ruthenburg (Washington, . Woodrow Wilson Center/Johns Hopkins, 2006), 19. 16 Amnesty International, Amnesty International Annual Report 2007 (New York: AI, 2007), 90. 17 Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, Inter-American Commission on Human Rights 2006 Annual Report (Washington, .
Mark Ungar, Policing Democracy: Overcoming Obstacles to Citizen Security in Latin America. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2008. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2011.
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Introduction: Toward a society under law, Joseph S. Tulchin and Meg Ruthenburg The impact of community policing and police reform in Latin America, Hugo Frühling Advocacy networks and police reform : assessing their impact, Claudio Fuentes Crime and social policies in Latin American urban centers, Claudio C. Beato F Measuring the costs of crime and violence as an input to public policy : evidence from.
Crime continues to undermine the rule of law and democracy in Latin America. The incidence and severity of crime reduce the community's trust in police and in government, and many attempts to address the crime problem have stalled.
Directly empowering citizens has, however, been a promising avenue for change. Toward a Society under Law focuses on community policing and on police reform.
The first part of the book covers general issues and themes, with chapters on the impact of community policing, the role of advocacy networks, urban social policies and crime, and the cost of crime. The second part includes case studies of police reform, community policing, Argentina's national plan for crime prevention, and crime in Mexico City. Several contributions offer comparative studies of several countries. The contributors include political scientists and sociologists from Argentina, Chile, Brazil, Peru, the United States, and the United Kingdom.
Toward a Society under Law is a product of an ongoing project of the Latin American Program at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. It follows an earlier book, Crime and Violence in Latin America: Citizen Security, Democracy, and the State, edited by Hugo Frühling and Joseph S. Tulchin, with Heather A. Golding, which was published in 2003.