11h45 à 12h30
Université de Montréal, Carrefour des arts et des sciences
Pavillon Lionel-Groulx, local C-2059
3150, rue Jean-Brillant
Aucune réservation requise
Conférenciers: David Bayley et Clifford Shearing
The presentation will explore the penetration of politics throughout policing against the traditional model of shared governance. Politics is essential in the management of policing:
upward, concerning government;
downward, with respect to internal management and
sideways, with respect to the public.
The conclusion is that issue of political accountability needs to be rethought.
David Bayley is Distinguished Professor (Emeritus) in the School of Criminal Justice, State University of New York at Albany. He was Dean of the School of Criminal Justice 1995-99. A specialist in international criminal justice, with particular interest in policing, he has done extensive research in India, Japan, Australia, Canada, Bosnia, Britain, Singapore, and the United States. His work has focused on human rights, police reform, accountability, foreign assistance to police agencies, and crime-prevention strategies. He has served as a consultant to the U.S. government and the United Nations on police reform. He was a member of the international Oversight Commission for the reform of the police of Northern Ireland 2000-2007 and is currently a member of the UN's Global Police Policy Community advisory group. In 2005 he wrote the United Nation’s program for community policing in the rebuilding and reform of police in peacekeeping operations. He was a member of Harvard's Second Executive Session on Policing, 2008-2014, and was recently appointed to an international panel advising Singapore's emergency services about issues of training.
Clifford Shearing holds professorships at the Universities of Cape Town, Griffith and Montreal. He and Benoit Dupont are co-principal investigators on an SSHRC funded project entitled The Craft of Resilience that is exploring the response of security professionals to emerging harms capes.
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