Asquith, Nicole L.

Policing Encounters with Vulnerability. - 1 online resource (275 pages) - eBooks on Demand .

Intro -- Policing Encounters with Vulnerability -- Preface and Acknowledgements -- Contents -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- 1 Vulnerability as a Contemporary Challenge for Policing -- Challenges in Identifying Vulnerability -- Conceptualising Vulnerability: Frameworks and Structures -- Vulnerability as a Normative Construct -- Vulnerability as a Universal Trait of the Human Condition -- Challenges for Policing Encounters with Vulnerability -- Organisation of the Book and Purpose -- Conceptualising Policing Encounters with Vulnerability -- Institutional Practices Informing Policing Encounters with Vulnerability -- Exceptional Policing Encounters with Vulnerability -- Concluding Thoughts -- References -- PartI Conceptualising Policing Encounters with Vulnerability -- 2 Problematising and Reconceptualising 'Vulnerability' in the Context of Disablist Violence -- Hate Crime and the Emergence of Vulnerability within Disablist Violence Discourse -- Concerns with the 'Vulnerable' Label -- Finding a Path Forward? -- Implications and Future Possibilities -- Conclusion -- References -- 3 Embodying Youthful Vulnerabilities and Policing Public Spaces -- Embodying Vulnerability: A New Way of Thinking about Youthful Vulnerability -- Methodologies -- How Vulnerability Can Be Read from the Performance of Youthful Bodies -- Young People Reading Police Bodies in Police Encounters -- Police Reading and Responding to Vulnerability Performed on Youthful Bodies -- Conclusion -- References -- 4 Some Implications of the Moral Vulnerability of Police -- Moral Vulnerability -- Police Defensiveness and Moral Vulnerability -- Tasers and the Moral Vulnerability of Police -- Conclusion -- References -- PartII Institutional Practices of Policing Encounters with Vulnerability. 5 A Federation of Clutter: The Bourgeoning Language of Vulnerability in Australian Policing Policies -- Terminology and Conceptualisation of Vulnerability -- Vulnerability in Practice: A Case Study of QPS -- The Scope of the Case Study -- The Language of Vulnerability: Analysis on Three Levels -- Level 1: Vulnerability-Related Umbrella Terms -- Level 2: Siloed Terms for Vulnerable People -- Level 3: The Most Vulnerable -- Conclusion -- References -- 6 Re-Thinking 'Vulnerability' in the Context of 'Diversity': Cross-Cultural Reform in Policing Education and Training in Australia -- References -- 7 Police as Public Health Interventionists -- Vulnerability, Harm and Public Health -- The Remit of the Police -- Public Health Approaches -- Social Determinants of Health (SDoH) -- The Social-Ecological Model of Health -- Police as Public Health Interventionists -- The Social-Ecology of Public Safety -- Conclusion -- References -- PartIII Exceptional Policing Encounters with Vulnerability -- 8 Police Interviews with Survivors of Historic Child Sexual Abuse: Challenges and Solutions -- Historical Child Sexual Abuse -- Vulnerability and HCSA -- Vulnerability of HCSA Survivors -- Mental Health -- Relationship and Behavioural Difficulties -- Physical Health Problems -- Abuse by Authority Figures -- Expectations of Survivors of HCSA -- Need to be Heard and Believed -- Transparency -- Power Imbalance -- Reaction of Others towards Survivors -- Impact of Prior Disclosure to Police -- Disclosure -- Recall of Events -- Police Interview Responses to Vulnerability -- Conclusion -- References -- 9 (Gender) and Vulnerability: The Case of Intimate Partner Violence -- Police Risk Assessment Tools -- Risk and Vulnerability -- Vulnerability and Intimate Partner Violence -- Caroline -- Sharon -- Hayley -- Larissa -- Katie -- Anabel -- Vulnerability and Gender -- Conclusion. References -- 10 The Vulnerability of Police in Policing the Vulnerable Community of Macquarie Field -- Macquarie Fields Riots -- Police Vulnerability -- Community Policing and Socially Disorganised Communities -- Methodology -- Results/Findings -- Initial Shock -- Attitudes towards the Local Community -- Perceptions of Difference and Otherness -- Discussion -- Conclusion -- References -- 11 Honour-Related Beliefs and Risk of Harm: Theory and Challenges for Policing -- Honour -- The Meaning of Honour -- Reflexive Honour -- Development of Honour Norms -- Women and Honour -- Honour and Interpersonal Violence -- Reflexive Honour and Interpersonal Violence -- Honour, Personal Well-being and Suicide -- Honour-Related Beliefs as Vulnerability -- Police Responses to Honour-Related Beliefs -- Conclusion -- References -- Index.

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