The Patten Report on policing in Northern Ireland was a benchmark in the 1998 Belfast Agreement, signaling an end to sectarian violence in the North. Ten years later, this book reflects on the Report, its role in the ongoing transformation of policing, and the lessons of the Northern Ireland experience for security-sector reform internationally.
Subjects: Political Science, History
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