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    • The development of policing in Britain in the next five years. 

      Yesufu, Shaka. (2013-03)
      The British police service is currently going through a radical transformation phase. The present Tory-led coalition government has set out an agenda to bring about drastic changes in policing. These proposed changes are ...
    • Discriminatory use of police stop-and search powers in London, UK. 

      Yesufu, Shaka. (Vathek Publishing., 2013)
      Black Londoners have complained over the years of being overpoliced and harassed by police officers. The history of such contentious encounters between members of the Black community and the police service dates back ...
    • The impact of labelling theory on the Gypsies and Travelers in the United Kingdom. 

      Yesufu, Shaka. (All Africa Criminal Justice Association, 2014-06-10)
      The persecution of Gypsies and Travelers in the United Kingdom is not a new phenomenon. It goes back many centuries when Gypsies first set foot on the European continent. It was estimated that over half a million Gypsies ...
    • Police corruption: a threat to South Africa's democracy. 

      Yesufu, Shaka. (All Africa Criminal Justice Association, 2014)
      In South Africa today, there is no single agreed definition of corruption. However, as researchers we do know that some definitions of corruption are available, enabling us to put police c orruption into context. It ...