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Understanding International Police Organisations: What the Researchers Do Not See

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A dappled mix of politics, bureaucratic conservatism and ability of individuals means that the aperture for introducing and instantiating change in the organizations working on international policing is much smaller than that imagined by the global police studies community. Research needs to be better grounded in implementation realities. The article suggests some changes in practice on the part of researchers that could increase the likelihood of their work being acted upon.

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