Coalition for Racial Equality & Rights

Policing in 21st Century Scotland from a Race Perspective

This exploratory study on the position of race and policing is both timely and necessary in Scotland, as it will inform current discourses on the shaping of public services (Christie, 2011) and the debates around the reform of police services (Scottish Government, Sept 2011a, 2011b, 2011c). More specifically, in relation to the proposed police reform, this study will provide useful indicators of progress made by Scottish police services, post the independent review conducted by Law at Work in 2005 (Law at Work, 2005). It will also provide an insight into what works and what does not in practice and provide information that will benefit thinking on future improvements in policing in Scotland.

Policing in 21st Century Scotland from a Race Perspective

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