Securing the Brisbane 2014 G20 in the wake of the Toronto 2010 G20

Securing the Brisbane 2014 G20 in the wake of the Toronto 2010 G20

The British Journal of Criminology

‘Failure-inspired’ Learning in Public Order Policing

The article extends insights into how such perceptions are facilitated through transnational exchanges, particularly where event-related ‘failures’ might be considered as a benchmark for iterative policy developments. We explain this process as a form of ‘failure-inspired social learning’ that questions the effectiveness, norms and legitimacy of established policies, practices and institutions involved in security governance, which can influence future transformations in global ‘best practices’.

Source: Molnar, A., Whelan, C., & Boyle, P. J. (2018). The British Journal of Criminology. Read more here or full-text link for AIPM students.

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