Understanding the Modern Russian Police

By (author) Reynolds, Kenneth Michael; By (author) Semukhina, Olga B.

Outlining the policy, developments, and influence of the Russian police, this book highlights the past, present, and future of police forces in Russia. Beginning with the period prior to the revolution of 1917, the authors detail the history in chronological order from the 1864 justice reform of the Russian Empire to the democratization of the Soviet Police under "Khrushchev's thaw." The second part of the text focuses on the present structure and identity of the Russian police, including public attitudes toward the police, corruption within it, and the role of women in the police forces. The final section of the book analyzes the implications of past policy and offers perspectives on future policy.

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  • Part I: Evolution of Russian police, from imperial Russian police to post-Soviet Russian militia Russian police prior to October revolution of 1917 Creation and early development of Soviet police in 1917-1930s Further development of Soviet police: 1950-1980s Transformation of Soviet police during the dissolution of USSR in 1990s Part II: Current state of post-Soviet police: structure, identity and modern policy issues Structure, functions and public mission of modern Russian police Public attitudes towards police Corruption in Russian police Women in Russian police Media and Russian police Part III. Conclusion: Russian police: future policy implications

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書名 Understanding the Modern Russian Police
著作者等 Semukhina, Olga B.
Reynolds, Kenneth Michael
出版元 Taylor & Francis Inc
刊行年月 2013.04.05
ページ数 300p
ISBN 9781466570849
言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国