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Lecturers

Uwe Ewald
Robin Hofmann
Maria Amélia Ferreira de Carvalho
Arne Dormaels
Mehari Fisseha
André Konze
Eva Dinchel
Stefan Schwarz
Marleen Easton
Howard J. DeNike
Reynaud Theunens
Thomas Feltes

Aim: Students become aware of the diversity of policing and law enforcement styles, the history of law enforcement and the role police and the justice system plays in democratic countries.

Content: This course will give an overview on different styles of policing and law enforcement, such as the role of policing in riots, strikes and demonstrations („policing mass events“). The aim of the course is to create a better awareness and understanding of the diversity of policing and law enforcement styles, the history of law and the role police and justice systems play in democratic countries and how different models can be applied to countries in transition. The course content will be delivered with the help of Adobe Connect lectures by academic teachers from all over the world.

Competencies: Insights into the state of the art of theory and research on law enforcement in countries in transition; the ability to understand the role of law and the role police and justice systems play in democratic countries;  the ability to understand the diversity of policing and law enforcement styles;  the ability to detect and understand interrelationships between different styles of policing and law enforcement;  the ability to understand the role of policing in riots, strikes and demonstrations („policing mass events“);  the ability to understand how different models of policing can be applied to countries in transition; the ability to communicate about police models, law enforcement and justice systems to professional colleagues, policy makers, researchers and laymen.

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