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This article reflects on the ways which private security can be, and is, held responsible and accountable to the public (and other security providers) in formalised, polycentric, or nodal assemblages.

Martin Nøkleberg has written a publication examining how Plural Policing is moving from normative debate to empirical enquiry.

The series is affiliated with the Everyday Political Economy of Plural Policing research network.

Gabriela and anna 1

Enhancing Urban Safety and Crime Prevention through Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships was the focus of a major international workshop funded by the British Council.