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“We deal with very weird, like just strange, not always, policing matters”: Small town policing in rural, regional, & remote communities in Tasmania

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posted on 2023-05-25, 21:04 authored by Nicole AsquithNicole Asquith, Jess RodgersJess Rodgers
The research detailed in this report clearly illustrates that policing by consent is reliant on propinquitous relationships. This has a variety of implications for Tasmanian Police in relation to the training and preparedness of officers to work in RRR communities, as well as the existing policy that requires officers to be re-deployed to other stations and commands after their term in RRR communities.

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Publication title

Small Town Policing: pilot study report

Commissioning body

Tasmanian Institute of Law Enforcement Studies

Pagination

104

Department/School

Policing and Emergency Management, Office of the School of Social Sciences

Publisher

Tasmanian Institute of Law Enforcement Studies

Place of publication

Hobart

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© 2021 Nicole L Asquith 021

Socio-economic Objectives

230404 Law enforcement

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