A team of expert contributors provides an in-depth exploration of police use of force, firearms, and less-than-lethal weapons from a dozen countries across five continents.
· 20 chapters cover many aspects of the use of force by police around the world
· A bibliography offers resources for further research
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The extent to which police should use force in thwarting crime is a subject of hot debate. Some countries do not routinely arm police officers with guns. Elsewhere, officers are sometimes required by law to fire warning shots or attempt to injure a suspect before commencing with deadly force. In still other nations, such actions are considered unlawful and officers are trained to shoot to kill.About the Author:
Joseph B. Kuhns, PhD, is assistant professor in the Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, NC.
Johannes Knutsson, PhD, is professor of police research at the Norwegian Police University College, Oslo, Norway.
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