Edited by Daniel Donnelly, Kenneth Scott
Willan – 2005 – 304 pages
This is the first modern book on policing in Scotland and aims to provide an up-to-date and authoritative account of recent developments, taking full account of the impact of devolution and the work of the Scottish assembly. A concern throughout is to look at Scottish policing within a broader UK and comparative context, assessing both differences and similarities with policing south of the border. Contributors to the book are drawn from both academics and practitioners and include chapters on the history and development of policing in Scotland, its structure and organisation, Scottish devolution and policing, the role of policing within the wider Scottish criminal justice system, crime and policing, community policing in Scotland, policing drugs, policing and youth justice, human rights legislation and Scottish policing, and the management of Scottish policing.
1. Introduction: Policing Scotland, Daniel Donnelly and Kenneth Scott 2. The Organisation of Scottish Policing, Daniel Donnelly and Kenneth Scott 3. Scottish Policing - A Historical Perspective, Alistair Dinsmor and Alastair Goldsmith 4. Devolution, Accountability and Scottish Policing, Daniel Donnelly and Kenneth Scott 5. Change and Leadership in Scottish Policing: A Chief Constable's View, John Vine 6. Policing Crime and Disorder in Scotland, Nicholas R. Fyfe 7. Policing the Scottish Community, Daniel Donnelly 8. Policing Drugs in Scotland, Joseph McGallagly 9. Policing Youth in Scotland: A Police Perspective, David Strang 10. Scottish Criminal Justice and the Police, Dale McFadzean and Kenneth Scott 11. Police Powers and Human Rights in Scotland, James D. Pennycook 12. Semper Vigilo: The Future of Scottish Policing, Daniel Donnelly and Kenneth Scott
Daniel Donnelly is a former senior police officer with Strathclyde Police and is now Research Fellow in the Scottish Centre for Police Studies at Bell College, Hamilton, and Visiting Lecturer at Glasgow Caledonian University.
Kenneth Scott is Head of the School of Social Studies and Director of the Scottish Centre for Police Studies at Bell College, Hamilton.