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part PART I THEORY chapter 1 Charles Reith (1943), 'Preventive Principle of Police', Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, 34, pp. 206-209. chapter 2 Cyril D. Robinson (1979), 'Ideology as History: A Look at the Way Some English Police Historians Look at the Police', Police Studies, 2, pp. 35-49. chapter 3 Allan Silver (1967), 'The Demand for Order in Civil Society: A Review of Some Themes in the History of Urban Crime, Police, and Riot', in D.J. Bordua (edition), The Police: Six Essays, New York: Wiley, pp. 1-24. chapter 4 David ?. Bayley (1975), 'The Police and Political Development in Europe', in Charles Tilly (edition), The Formation of the National States in Western Europe, Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, pp. 328-79. chapter 5 Franz-Ludwig Knemeyer (1980), ' Polizei', Economy and Society, 9, pp. 172-96. part PART II POLICING CONTINENTAL EUROPE chapter 6 Roland Axtmann (1992), ' chapter 7 Steven Hughes (1987), 'Fear and Loathing in Bologna and Rome: The Papal Police in Perspective', Journal of Social History, 21, pp. 97-116. chapter 8 Iain A. Cameron (1977), 'The Police of Eighteenth-Century France', European Studies Review, 7, pp. 47-75. chapter 9 Earl Robisheaux (1973), 'The part PART III CONSTABLES AND ORder IN EARLY MOderN ENGLAND chapter 10 ?.?.P. (1981), 'The Old-Time Constable as Portrayed by the Dramatists', Police Journal, 2, pp. 656-73. chapter 11 Joan Kent (1981), 'The English Village Constable, 1580-1642: The Nature and Dilemmas of the Office', Journal of British Studies, 20, pp. 26-49. chapter 12 Keith Wrightson (1980), 'Two Concepts of Order: Justices, Constables and Jurymen in Seventeenth-Century England', in John Brewer and John Styles (eds), An Ungovernable People: The English and the Law in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, London: Hutchinson, pp. 21-46. 312-15. part PART IV POLICING EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY ENGLAND chapter 13 Francis ?. Dodsworth (2004) ' chapter 14 Mark Neocleous (2000), 'Social Police and the Mechanisms of Prevention: Patrick Colquhoun and the Condition of Poverty', British Journal of Criminology, 40, pp. 710-26. chapter 15 David Philips (1989), 'Good Men to Associate and Bad Men to Conspire: Associations for the Prosecution of Felons in England 1760-1860', in Douglas Hay and Francis Snyder (eds), Prosecution and Punishment in Britain 1750-1850, Oxford, Clarendon Press, pp. 113-70. chapter 16 John Styles (1983), 'Sir John Fielding and the Problem of Criminal Investigation in Eighteenth-Century England', Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, 5th series, 33, pp. 127-19. chapter 17 Ruth Paley (1989), ' chapter 18 Clive Emsley (1983), 'The Military and Popular Disorder in England 1790-1801', Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, 61, pp. 10-12, 96-112. chapter 19 Randall McGowen (2005), 'The Bank of England and the Policing of Forgery 1797-1821', Past and Present, No. 186, pp. 81-116.