Policing

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Bittner (1970)
The power and the authority of the police lies in the non-negotiable use of force
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Stolnik (1966)
There is a craft to the being a member of the Police, allows for discretion between different people AND canteen culture
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Reiner (1978)
Police culture is pessimistic and conservative
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Holdaway (1983)
Used covert participant observation as a serving police office, supported Stolnik and the canteen culture.
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Macpherson Report (1999)
Racist policing, no finger prints taken of Stephen Lawrence. Stopped the investigation asap without informing family.
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Graeff (1989)
Reasons for not more black police officers, 'Too f**cking lazy'
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Reiner (1997)
Police use derogatory epithets to those stopped and searched
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There is a craft to the being a member of the Police, allows for discretion between different people AND canteen culture

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Stolnik (1966)

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Police culture is pessimistic and conservative

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Used covert participant observation as a serving police office, supported Stolnik and the canteen culture.

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Racist policing, no finger prints taken of Stephen Lawrence. Stopped the investigation asap without informing family.

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