Acknowledgments; Notes on contributors; Acronyms; Introduction; New ways of doing business: Networks of policing and security Jenny Fleming and Jennifer Wood; Chapter 1 The sour laws of network governance R.A.W. Rhodes; Chapter 2 Mapping security networks: From metaphorical concept to empirical model Benoit Dupont; Chapter 3 Harnessing resources for networked policing Julie Ayling, Peter Grabosky and Clifford Shearing; Chapter 4 Working through networks: The challenge of partnership policing Jenny Fleming; Chapter 5 International networking and regional engagement: An AFP perspective Mick Keelty; Chapter 6 Intelligence-led policing: The AFP approach Grant Wardlaw and Jeninne Boughton; Chapter 7 Police unions as network participants Mark Burgess; Chapter 8 What works, what doesn't work and what looks promising in police research networks David Bradley, Christine Nixon and Monique Marks; Chapter 9 Peacemaking networks and restorative justice John Braithwaite; Chapter 10 The governance of policing and security provision Colleen Lewis and Jennifer Wood; Chapter 11 Dark networks, bright networks and the place of the police project Jennifer Wood; Index.
Dr Jenny Fleming is a Fellow with Security 21 in the Research School of Social Sciences at the Australian National University. She is a former research fellow with the Key Centre for Ethics, Law, Justice and Governance at Griffith University, Brisbane. Jenny is currently the coordinator of a project between the ANU and the Australian Federal Police that explores the importance of community partnerships for policing in the federal capital. Jennifer Wood has a doctorate in Criminology from the University of Toronto and has taught in the areas of policing, crime prevention and trends in governance. Wood is a Research Fellow at Security 21. Jennifer is involved in the implementation of an Australian Research Council Linkage project with Victoria Police devoted to exploring, developing, and assessing models to guide the mobilisation and coordination of resources in the governance of security.