Pyramids or sandcastles? Regulating police conduct in Ireland

Responsive regulation advances the idea that overseers should act cautiously against misconduct, imposing increasingly harsher methods in a phased approach depending on the response of the errant actor. Brian Moss discusses responsive regulation in relation to the Irish policing model since 2007.

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