Seminar on 17th March at 4 pm: What Does the Changing Nature of Policing Mean for Security in the Age of Terrorism?
Seminar Series by IFRA and CHRIPS on “Critical Reflections on Security”
Thursday March 17, 2016 at 4 pm (IFRA offices, Laikipia Rd Kileleshwa)
What Does the Changing Nature of Policing Mean for Security in the Age of Terrorism?
By: Dr. Mutuma Ruteere, Director, Centre for Human Rights and Policy Studies & UN Special Rapporteur on Racism and Xenophobia
Globally, policing is undergoing a radical transformation. Policing is no longer the preserve of public police but is rather shared by a diversity of actors. In many public spaces, security and policing is now produced, governed and regulated by a plurality of public, private and community actors, reducing the gap between what is seen as public and private. In the age of terrorism, what are the consequences of this shift in the way we think, organize, manage and regulate security in preventing and countering terrorism? What does that transformation mean for countries like Kenya?
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