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Title: Social representations of policing report (Vol I)
Authors: Mifsud, Rebekah
Brockdorff, Noellie
Sammut, Gordon
Keywords: Law enforcement -- Malta -- Public opinion
Public safety -- Malta
Community policing -- Malta
Police -- Malta
Police-community relations -- Malta
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: University of Malta. National Safety and Security Monitor
Citation: Mifsud, R., Brockdorff, N., & Sammut, G. (2021). Social representations of policing report (Vol I). National Safety and Security Monitor, University of Malta.
Series/Report no.: ;1
Abstract: Two studies are reported that adopted a qualitative and quantitative approach respectively. These aimed to acquire an understanding of the Maltese public’s views on policing in Malta. In the first study, a series of online interviews were conducted, based on specific age, gender and location criteria, with the aim of exploring attitudes towards the police and their work and with a particular focus on the Community Policing initiative. Subsequently, the second study investigated issues that emerged from the first study and examined their distribution within a large national probability sample. The following are the key findings pertaining to the two studies.
Description: This report is part of a project conducted by the University of Malta and funded by the Ministry for Home Affairs and National Security.
ISBN: 9789918000784
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