Plural Policing of Public Places in France. Between Private and Local Policing

Abstract : This paper analyzes the changing public/private as well as central/local relationships for the provi- sion of public security in public places in France. It describes the emergence and development of a now frequent public-private mix in policing, based on the hot issue of regulating social behaviours in public places. The signi cance of the French model in terms of the nature of privatization and pluralization is then discussed and compared to international trends. The rise of a local level public-private mix, while not unique in Europe, appears as a major shift in a French environment traditionally characterized by the structural centralization of its public forces.
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European Journal of Policing Studies, Maklu, 2015, 2 (3)
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Sebastian Roché, Jacques De Maillard, François Bonnet. Plural Policing of Public Places in France. Between Private and Local Policing. European Journal of Policing Studies, Maklu, 2015, 2 (3). 〈halshs-01580560〉

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