This course examines theory and research on policing. Attention is paid to the roles of both state and non-state agencies, institutions, and professions in policing subjectivities and bodies. Students will engage with criminological debates about the role of policing in contemporary society and with current controversies in policing strategies.
Cross-listed to AP/CRIM 3655 3.0
Course credit exclusions: AP/SOSC/CRIM 2651 3.00. PRIOR TO FALL 2009: AS/SOSC/CRIM 2651 3.00, AS/SOSC 3655 3.00.