|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Social Sciences Research Reports|
|Peer Review Status:||Unrefereed|
|Title:||Community Impact of Public Processions|
|Citation:||Hamilton-Smith N, Malloch M, Ashe S, Rutherford A & Bradford B (2015) Community Impact of Public Processions. Scottish Government. Social Research series: Crime and Justice. Scottish Government Social Research.|
policing public processions
public order policing
|Publisher:||Scottish Government Social Research|
|Series/Report no.:||Social Research series: Crime and Justice|
|Abstract:||Research into the impact of public processions on community life in Scoltand. The research paid particular attention to the impact of problematic processions, and how these processions could be better policed and managed.|
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University of Manchester
University of Oxford
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