- Title Pages
- List of tables and figures
- Glossary of terms
OneGovernance: the Police and Crime Commissioner and police accountability in context
TwoThe psephology of the November 2012 election: motive, means and opportunity
ThreeIs the law on my side? Relationships between the PCC and the chief police officer team
FourPartners, colleagues or rivals for oversight? The (PCC) art of making friends and influencing people
Five“Putting yourself about”: PCCs, the media and the public
SixThe debate with no end: PCCs’ remit and the problems of policing
Seven“I wonder if the game is worth the candle”: PCCs, their ‘work–life balance’ and their future
- General summary
The transformation of police accountability
- Police and Crime Commissioners
- Policy Press
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