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  • 1
    UID:
    b3kat_BV047815710
    Format: 1 Online-Ressource
    ISBN: 9781787356177
    Content: Jeremy Bentham’s ideas on punishment are famous. Every criminology student learns about Bentham, and every criminologist contends with him, as advocate or opponent. This discourse concerns his ideas about punishment, namely with respect to legislation and the panopticon. Yet, scholars and students are generally ignorant of Bentham’s ideas on police. Hitherto, these ideas have been largely unknowable. Now, thanks to UCL’s Bentham Project, these ideas are public. Jeremy Bentham on Police celebrates this achievement by exploring the story of Bentham’s writings on police and considering their relevance to the past, present and future of criminology. After Scott Jacques introduces the book, the Director of the Bentham Project, Philip Schofield, describes and explains how it works. Then Michael Quinn, who brought together Bentham’s writings on police, delves into the personal and socio-historical background in which they were created. An extract follows, representing the most (criminologically-)relevant passages from Bentham’s police writings. Finally, a rich variety of scholars offer their thoughts on what those writings mean for criminology. These contributions come from Anthony A. Braga, Ronald Clarke, David J. Cox, Stephen Douglas, Stephen Engelmann, G. Geltner, Joel F. Harrington, Jonathan Jacobs, Paul Knepper, Gloria Laycock, Gary T. Marx, Daniel S. Nagin, Graeme R. Newman, Pat O’Malley, Eric L. Piza, Kim Rossmo, Lucia Summers and Dean Wilson.
    Additional Edition: Erscheint auch als Druck-Ausgabe, Hardcover ISBN 978-1-78735-647-4
    Additional Edition: Erscheint auch als Druck-Ausgabe, Paperback ISBN 978-1-78735-641-2
    Language: English
    URL: Volltext  (kostenfrei)
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  • 2
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    London : UCL Press
    UID:
    b3kat_BV045912451
    Format: 1 Online-Ressource
    ISBN: 9781787355880 , 9781787355910 , 9781787355927 , 9781787355934
    Additional Edition: Erscheint auch als Druck-Ausgabe, hardback ISBN 978-1-78735-590-3
    Additional Edition: Erscheint auch als Druck-Ausgabe, paperback ISBN 978-1-78735-589-7
    Language: English
    URL: Volltext  (kostenfrei)
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  • 3
    Online Resource
    Online Resource
    London : UCL Press
    UID:
    gbv_1778513867
    Format: 1 Online-Ressource (184 p.)
    ISBN: 1787355888 , 9781787355880
    Content: Coffeeshops are the most famous example of Dutch tolerance. But in fact, these cannabis distributors are highly regulated. Coffeeshops are permitted to break the law, but not the rules. On the premises, there cannot be minors, hard drugs or more than 500 grams. Nor can a coffeeshop advertise, cause nuisance or sell over five grams to a person in a day. These rules are enforced by surprise police checks, with violation punishable by closure. In Grey Area, Scott Jacques examines the regulations with a huge stash of data, which he collected during two years of fieldwork in Amsterdam. How do coffeeshop owners and staff obey the rules? How are the rules broken? Why so? To what effect? The stories and statistics show that order in the midst of smoke is key to Dutch drug policy, vaporising the idea that prohibition is better than regulation. Grey Area is a timely contribution in light of the blazing reform to cannabis policy worldwide
    Note: English
    Additional Edition: ISBN 1787355896
    Additional Edition: ISBN 9781787355897
    Additional Edition: ISBN 9781787355903
    Additional Edition: ISBN 178735590X
    Additional Edition: ISBN 1787355896
    Language: English
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  • 4
    UID:
    gbv_1787465225
    Format: 1 Online-Ressource (xvi, 241 pages)
    ISBN: 9781787356177 , 1787356175
    Content: Part I, Chapters. 1. The Story of Jeremy Bentham on Police: Bridging the Bentham Project to Criminology ; 2. Jeremy Bentham, the Bentham Project and The Collected Works of Jeremy Bentham ;3. Bentham on Preventive Police: The Calendar of Delinquency in Evaluation of Policy, and the Police Gazette in Manipulation of Opinion -- Part II, Extracts. 4. Extracts from Jeremy Bentham's Board-of-Police Bill -- Part III, Comments. The Influence of Bentham on the Development of Focused Deterrence ; Regulating Crime and the International Crime Drop ; 'An Attention to Domestic Quiet': A Comparative Commentary on the Originality or Otherwise of Bentham's Views and Writings on Preventive Policing and the Police Gazette ; Bentham's Virtue ; On Policing Before Bentham: Differences in Degree and Differences in Kind ; Bentham's England and the Longue Durée of Preventive Policing ; Bentham on the Complex Role of Police ; Bentham and Historical Criminology ; Bentham: The First Crime Scientist? ; Bentham on Modern Social Control: Prescient, Clairvoyant, Prescient, and More ; Utilitarianism and Policing in the US ; Bentham in the Weeds ; A Genealogy of Bentham's Preventive Policing ; Bentham on Crime Analysis and Evidence-Based Policing ; Bentham and the Philosophical Nature of Preventive Policing ; Bentham in the Colonies.
    Content: Jeremy Bentham's ideas on punishment are famous. Every criminology student learns about Bentham, and every criminologist contends with him, as advocate or opponent. This discourse concerns his ideas about punishment, namely with respect to legislation and the panopticon. Yet, scholars and students are generally ignorant of Bentham's ideas on police. Hitherto, these ideas have been largely unknowable. Now, thanks to UCL's Bentham Project, these ideas are public.Jeremy Bentham on Police celebrates this achievement by exploring the story of Bentham's writings on police and considering their relevance to the past, present and future of criminology. After Scott Jacques introduces the book, the Director of the Bentham Project, Philip Schofield, describes and explains how it works. Then Michael Quinn, who brought together Bentham's writings on police, delves into the personal and socio-historical background in which they were created. An extract follows, representing the most (criminologically-)relevant passages from Bentham's police writings. Finally, a rich variety of scholars offer their thoughts on what those writings mean for criminology. These contributions come from Anthony A. Braga, Ronald Clarke, David J. Cox, Stephen Douglas, Stephen Engelmann, G. Geltner, Joel F. Harrington, Jonathan Jacobs, Paul Knepper, Gloria Laycock, Gary T. Marx, Daniel S. Nagin, Graeme R. Newman, Pat O'Malley, Eric L. Piza, Kim Rossmo, Lucia Summers and Dean Wilson
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
    Additional Edition: ISBN 1787356477
    Additional Edition: Erscheint auch als Druck-Ausgabe Jeremy Bentham on police London : UCL Press, 2021 ISBN 9781787356412
    Additional Edition: ISBN 9781787356474
    Language: English
    Keywords: Bentham, Jeremy 1748-1832 ; Polizei ; Kriminologie
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