Pastor analyzes the relevant issues of privatization and applies these to a private-policing case study. This book provides an overview of historic, economic, and operational issues, but places particular emphasis on the legal and functional implications of private policing. The author’s research included riding along with private police officers as they patrolled public streets on the South Side of Chicago. This methodology provides groundbreaking insight into and analysis of this subject. Suitable for both undergraduate and graduate students.


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