Democratic Policing Exchange, April 2003

Overview

Democratic Policing Exchange, a semi-annual newsletter on public safety and police accountability, is produced by the Vera Institute of Justice for the Ford Foundation. Contents: Common ground and crosscutting themes on funding public security initiatives in Latin America by Todd Fogelsong and Emma Phillips -- Stepping backstage: Martín Abregú and George Vickers talk about going from grantee to donor -- Set up to serve?: An international group of researchers tests a police station walkthrough and visitor's report by Jennifer Trone -- Recent publications -- Active policing-related Ford grants Brazil, China, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Nigeria, Russia, South Africa, and the United States -- Upcoming meetings and conferences

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