Here we will talk about public policies and security: analysing current issues, complex concepts or doing proposals and sharing tools for practical implementation
By Vicens Valentín. Depending on the legal framework, the police apparatus will respond to a specific police model, communitarian for the Anglo-Saxons and governmental for the continental ones.
Based on this legal framework and the derived state form – from a formal point of view – we can speak of the different versions and formulas of the state, administration and police force.
By: Amadeu Recasens i Brunet
It is necessary to include the police model in a security model and in the corresponding public security policies. In them, the police are no longer the sole actor, not even the main actor. They constitute one more, important actor, but one more, in concurrence / cooperation with other actors and with the panoply of resources available in the distribution established at any given moment.
Today, March 25, 2021, the first plenary session was held after the creation of the Network last December. In the session, the Principles of Internal Functioning of the Network prepared by the Motor Group and the strategy and tools for internal and external communication were presented. Likewise, the status of the working groups that began… Sigue leyendo The Network moves forward in designing internal tools and in developing workgroups
In this post we want to share The 2020 Document of the Human Safety and Community Construction Working Group aims to reflect on the possibilities and limitations of an alternative concept of safety that places the needs of people as the focus of their attention and care. From this point of view
The money being made by criminal economies are those that allow them to continue operating, corrupting institutions, taking advantage of vulnerabilities and affecting the security of the State. Because this money not only flows in the criminal economy, but mixes with the legal and informal economy through money laundering manoeuvres and reinvestment in illegal activities, influencing the incomes and expenditures emerging data from the circular flow chart of the real economy.
RISE strongly condemns the events that occurred last Wednesday, January 6, in the United States of America to try to prevent the official appointment of Joe Biden as president-elect. The irruption of these extreme right-wing Republican groups is especially serious for having been provoked and endorsed by the speeches of the current President Donald Trump.… Sigue leyendo About the attack on the United States Capitol
The socio-economic landscape we live in is increasingly complex and globalized. Power structures and decision-making schemes have been starkly altered in the recent past, making any effort to curb the negative effects of the current economic model all the more challenging.
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