Emerging Perspectives on Post-Conflict Police-Community Relations II

In this editorial, Ingrid Nyborg and Daniel Lohmann introduce a special issue of The Journal of Human Security which is dedicated to exploring community-oriented policing (COP) and police reform in a series of post-conflict contexts: Kosovo, Guatemala, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Somalia and Kenya. The papers in this special issue explore how police reform in volatile contexts has taken place, and whether a focus on COP approaches rather than militarized approaches might be more effective in building trust, preventing violence and ensuring human security.

To read and download the full article in the Journal of Human Security, click here.

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