First Published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
Contextualising police reform - security, the rule of law and post-conflict peace-building, Rama Mani; CIVPOL - the UN instrument for police reform, Halvor Hartz; looking for a few good cops - peacekeeping, peace-building and CIVPOL, Chuck Call, Michael Barnet; the blue flame and the gold shield - methodology, challenges and lessons learned on human rights training for police, Francesca Marotta; the role of bilateral support for police reform processes - the case of the United Sates, Otwin Marenin; building new police forces in El Salvador and Guatemala - learning and counter-learning, Willliam Stanley; CIVPOL operations in eastern Slavonia, 1992-98, Tor Tanke Holm; the establishment of a Palestinian police force in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, Brynjar Lia; peace-building in southern Africa - police reform in Mozambique and South Africa, Mark Malan; police reform and human rights investigations - the experience of the UN Mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Claudio Cordone; postscript -towards executive authority policing? the lessons of Kosovo, Espen Barth Eide, Tor Tanke Holm.