Policing Encounters with Vulnerability

Vulnerability as a Contemporary Challenge for PolicingChallenges in Identifying VulnerabilityConceptualising Vulnerability: Frameworks and StructuresVulnerability as a Normative ConstructVulnerability as a Universal Trait of the Human ConditionChallenges for Policing Encounters with VulnerabilityOrganisation of the Book and PurposeConceptualising Policing Encounters with VulnerabilityInstitutional Practices Informing Policing Encounters with VulnerabilityExceptional Policing Encounters with VulnerabilityConcluding ThoughtsReferencesI Conceptualising Policing Encounters with VulnerabilityProblematising and Reconceptualising 'Vulnerability' in the Context of Disablist ViolenceHate Crime and the Emergence of Vulnerability within Disablist Violence DiscourseConcerns with the 'Vulnerable' LabelFinding a Path Forward?Implications and Future PossibilitiesConclusionReferencesEmbodying Youthful Vulnerabilities and Policing Public SpacesEmbodying Vulnerability: A New Way of Thinking about Youthful VulnerabilityMethodologiesHow Vulnerability Can Be Read from the Performance of Youthful BodiesYoung People Reading Police Bodies in Police EncountersPolice Reading and Responding to Vulnerability Performed on Youthful BodiesConclusionReferencesSome Implications of the Moral Vulnerability of PoliceMoral VulnerabilityPolice Defensiveness and Moral VulnerabilityTasers and the Moral Vulnerability of PoliceConclusionReferencesII Institutional Practices of Policing Encounters with VulnerabilityA Federation of Clutter: The Bourgeoning Language of Vulnerability in Australian Policing PoliciesTerminology and Conceptualisation of VulnerabilityVulnerability in Practice: A Case Study of QPSThe Scope of the Case StudyThe Language of Vulnerability: Analysis on Three LevelsLevel 1: Vulnerability-Related Umbrella TermsLevel 2: Siloed Terms for Vulnerable PeopleLevel 3: The Most VulnerableConclusionReferencesRe-Thinking 'Vulnerability' in the Context of 'Diversity': Cross-Cultural Reform in Policing Education and Training in AustraliaPolice as Public Health InterventionistsVulnerability, Harm and Public HealthThe Remit of the PolicePublic Health ApproachesSocial Determinants of Health (SDoH)The Social-Ecological Model of HealthPolice as Public Health InterventionistsThe Social-Ecology of Public SafetyConclusionReferencesIII Exceptional Policing Encounters with Vulnerability Police Interviews with Survivors of Historic Child Sexual Abuse: Challenges and SolutionsHistorical Child Sexual AbuseVulnerability and HCSAVulnerability of HCSA SurvivorsMental HealthRelationship and Behavioural DifficultiesPhysical Health ProblemsAbuse by Authority FiguresExpectations of Survivors of HCSANeed to be Heard and BelievedTransparencyPower ImbalanceReaction of Others towards SurvivorsImpact of Prior Disclosure to PoliceDisclosureRecall of EventsPolice Interview Responses to VulnerabilityConclusionReferences(Gender) and Vulnerability: The Case of Intimate Partner ViolencePolice Risk Assessment ToolsRisk and VulnerabilityVulnerability and Intimate Partner ViolenceVulnerability and GenderConclusionReferencesThe Vulnerability of Police in Policing the Vulnerable Community of Macquarie FieldMacquarie Fields RiotsPolice VulnerabilityCommunity Policing and Socially Disorganised CommunitiesMethodologyResults/FindingsInitial ShockAttitudes towards the Local CommunityPerceptions of Difference and OthernessDiscussionConclusionReferencesHonour-Related Beliefs and Risk of Harm: Theory and Challenges for PolicingHonourThe Meaning of HonourReflexive HonourDevelopment of Honour NormsWomen and HonourHonour and Interpersonal ViolenceReflexive Honour and Interpersonal ViolenceHonour, Personal Well-being and SuicideHonour-Related Beliefs as VulnerabilityPolice Responses to Honour-Related BeliefsConclusionReferences
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