Policing the Periphery: Police and Society in South Africa's 'Homelands'

Policing the Periphery: Police and Society in South Africa's 'Homelands'

This working paper attempts to account for the character of the police forces in the homelands. It also briefly sets out some of the issues to be addressed in the process of re-incorporating (re-integrating) the police institutions of the TBVC states and self-governing territories into a national policing agency.

 

Policing the Periphery
Etienne Marais
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Etienne Marais is a former Researcher at the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation

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