Dr Keron King

Dr Keron King is a senior lecturer in Criminal Justice at the College of Science, Technology, and Applied Arts of Trinidad and Tobago. His research interests include community-oriented policing, democratic policing, police legitimacy, procedural justice, crime prevention, police reform, restorative justice, and rehabilitation and reintegration of incarcerated people.

T&T wants First World policing from Third World model: Griffith, data and decolonising the TTPS

“[…] It is well documented that the history of policing in Trinidad and Tobago has been characterised as bearing the undesirable feature of paramilitarism… Joan Mars, Guyanese sociologist and policing scholar, when commenting on policing during the colonial times argued that this model of policing was characterised by:  “An emphasis  …

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