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by Roger Graef

  • ISBN: 0002724367
  • Category: Politics
  • Author: Roger Graef
  • Subcategory: Politics & Government
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: The Harvill Press; First Edition edition (May 4, 1989)
  • Pages: 256 pages
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The 1980s have changed policing, often out of recognition, and "Talking Blues" records these changes as they are perceived by the police.

The 1980s have changed policing, often out of recognition, and "Talking Blues" records these changes as they are perceived by the police.

The no-holds-barred classic about policing in the strife-ridden days of the.

He has written Talking Blues: Police In Their Own Words (Harper Collins), Living Dangerously: young offenders in. .

He has written Talking Blues: Police In Their Own Words (Harper Collins), Living Dangerously: young offenders in their own words (Harvill) and Why Restorative Justice? (Gulbenkian). Films of Record worked in association with Hatchling Productions on Cathy Henkel's feature-length documentary film The Burning Season (2008), which followed a young Australian entrepreneur to Indonesia on a mission to help stop deforestation and make money in the process.

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Filmmaker Roger Graef puts social justice in focus. Let me tell you a story," is a phrase Roger Graef employs when he is about to recite an anecdote or stress a point. It's a well-suited quirk since the multi-award-winning documentary maker and criminologist has been telling provocative and edgy stories about social justice in groundbreaking films spanning 50 years. Whether talking about documentary filmmaking as a genre, his own programmes, or the issues they explore, Graef doesn't hold back. He has no time for detractors who claim documentaries have become marginal or of lower quality than years ago.

Police and sentencers are strongly influenced by media imagery and rhetoric in ways they fail to recognise. Talking blues: The police in their own words.

Part of the Nato Science Series D: (closed) book series (ASID, volume 64). Abstract. Police and sentencers are strongly influenced by media imagery and rhetoric in ways they fail to recognise. The need for fear and excitement coupled with acceptance of unproven assumptions about crime and punishment are synthesised into a script that runs in their heads and prejudges most situations. Joint Consultative Committee (Association of Chief Police Officers, the Police Superintendents’ Association, the Police Federation).

Filmmaker, writer, broadcaster, criminologist, urbanist, Visitin.

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Graef went back to talk to his subjects a year after their 10-week probationary course, to find that only a little had changed.

Did the cops help these offenders? Not their job. Did the courts help them? Not theirs. Graef went back to talk to his subjects a year after their 10-week probationary course, to find that only a little had changed. Most of them still stole, but they thought about the consequences for a while; or they stole and no longer went joyriding. This is a rewarding read, honest and brutal with glints of optimism. A solution? Nothing outrageous, Graef concludes: more jobs, better training, more work with families in an attempt to tackle the roots of criminality.

A collection of interviews with over 500 police officers of every rank from all over Britain and Northern Ireland. The 1980s have changed policing, often out of recognition, and "Talking Blues" records these changes as they are perceived by the police.

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