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Police Brutality, Corruptionand Police Reform in Russia & Post-Soviet States (Russian and Western sources)A Suggested Bibliography

Elisabeth Sieca-Kozlowski

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RUSSIAN SOURCES

Articles in Journals

Special issues

Reports

  • Etnicheski izbiratel’nyi podkhod v deistviiakh miltsii v moskovskom metro, Moskva, Novaia iustitsiia, 2006, 73 str.

  • Indeks proizvola pravookhranitel'nykh organov. Otsenki sotsiologov i kommentarii pravozashitnikov, M., 2005, 96 str.

  • Militsiia mezhdu Rossiei i Chechnei. Veterany konflikta v rossiiskom obshchestve, Demos, Moscou, 2007. Available http://www.demos-center.ru/​images/​kniga_a5_.pdf.

  • Narusheniia prav cheloveka rossiiskimi pravookhranitel'nymi organami: prichiny i masshtaby iavleniya, praktika i effektivnye metody zashchity prav postradavshikh, Moskva 2005, 150 str.

  • Nasilie v organakh vnutrennykh del: illiustratsii k doklady, Moskva, Obshchestvennyi tsentr sodeistviia reforme ugolovnogo pravosudiia, 1997.

  • Reforma militsii: otsenki I ozhidaniia grazhdan. Rezul’taty sotsiologicheskikh issledovanii I kommentatii ekspertov, Fond Obshchestvennyi verdict, Moskva, 2010, http://publicverdict.ru/​articles_images/​8809_53999_Реформа%20милиции%20оценки%20и%20ожидания%20граждан.pdf.

  • Reforma pravoohranitel'nykh organov: preodolenie proizvola, Moskva, Demos, 2005.

  • Sotsiologiia nasiliia. Proizvol pravookhranitel'nykh organov glazami grazhdan, Nizhnii Novgorod, Komitet protiv pytok, 2006, 71 str., www.pytkam.net/web/files/sociology.doc.

Chapters in Books

  • B. Gladarev, Professiia «rossiiskii militsioner»: usloviia sluzhby i vnutri institutsional'naia logika // Antropologiia professii, ili Postoronnim vkhod razreshen, P. Romanov & E. Iarskaia-Smirnova (Eds.), M.: OOO «Variant», CSPGI., 2011, s.113-134.

  • B. Gladarev, « Militsioner i etnicheskie migranty na ulitsakh Sankt-Peterburga: analiz obydennykh praktik vzaimodeistviia » // Puti Rossii: sovremennoe intellektual'noe prostranstvo: shkoly, napravleniia, pokoleniia. T.XVI. M.: Universitetskaia kniga, 2009, s. 486-495, http://www.cisr.ru/​files/​publ/​Gladarev/​Gladarev_Milizioner.PDF.

  • B. Gladarev, « Opasnost' militsii obshchestvennoi bezopasnosti: vozmozhnye social'nye sledstviia institutsional'noi degradatsii organov okhrany pravoporiadka » // Sotsiologiia vchera, segodnia, zavtra. Vtorye sotsiologicheskie chteniia pamiati Valeriia Borisovicha Golofasta / Pod red. O.B. Bozhkova. 3-5 aprelia 2008 g., SPb.: Bil'bo, 2008, s. 151-174, http://www.cisr.ru/​files/​publ/​Gladarev/​Gladarev-MOB.pdf.

  • B. Gladarev “Opasnost' militsii obshestvennoi bezopasnosti: vozmozhnye social'nye sledstviia institutsional'noi degradatsii organov okhrany pravoporiadka // Sotsiologiia vchera, segodnia, zavtra. Vtorie sotsiologicheskie chteniia pamiati Valeriia Borisovicha Golofasta”, in O. Bozhkov (Ed.). 3-5 aprel-a 2008, SPb.: Bil'bo, 2008, s.151-174.

Books

  • M. Glikin, Militsiia i Bespredel, Moskva, Izdatelstvo Tsentripoligraf, 1988.

  • Issangoulov, U Poslednei cherty. Dokoumenty i fakty o deiatel’nosti mafii v Respublike Bashkortostan, Moskva, Izdatel’ Gainullin, 2006.

  • N. Kablova., O. Khabibrakhmanov & P. Chikov, Korruptsiia v militsii Tatarstana. Prichiny. Masshtab. Shemy, Kazan, 2003.

  • V. Voronkov, B. Gladarev, O. Maksimova, P. Meilakhs, L. Sagitova, E. Khozhdaeva, Zh. Tsinman, Militsionery i etnicheskie men'shinstva: praktiki vzaimodeistviia v Kazani i Sankt-Peterburge, 2006-2008, SPB, Aleteiia, 2010.

PhD Thesis

  • O. Shedrina, Vozmozhnosti ispol'zovaniia principov mul'tikul'turalizma v praktike podderzhaniia pravoporiadka v polietnichnykh gorodakh, PhD paper, 2005, 173 p.

WESTERN SOURCES

Articles in Journals

  • Beck & A. Robertson, “The Challenges to Developing Democratic Policing in Post Soviet Societies: The Russian Experience”, Police Practice and Research, An International Journal, vol. 10, # 4, 2009, pp. 285-293.

  • Beck, “Reflections on Policing in Post-Soviet Ukraine: A Case Study of Continuity”, The Journal of Power Institutions in Post-Soviet Societies, # 2, 2005, http://pipss.revues.org/​index294.html.

  • Beck, V. Barko V. & A. Tatarenko, “Women Militia Officers in Ukraine: Exploring their Experiences in a Post-Soviet Policing Organisation”, Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management, Vol. 26, # 4, 2003, pp. 548-565.

  • Beck, & Iu. Chistyakova, "Crime and Policing in Post-Soviet Societies: Bridging the Police/Public Divide," Policing & Society, # 12, 2002, pp. 123-37.

  • Beck, V. Barko & A. Tatarenko, “Developing Police Management Training in Post-Soviet Societies: Understanding The Context And Setting The Agenda”, Policing Quarterly Journal, Vol. 5, # 4, 2002, pp. 447-469.

  • Beck & R. Lee, “Attitudes to Corruption amongst Russian Police Officers and Trainees”, Crime, Law and Social Change, vol. 38, # 4, 2002, pp. 357-372.

  • M. Caparini & O. Marenin, “ Crime, Insecurity and Police Reform in Post-Socialist CEE”, The Journal of Power Institutions in Post-Soviet Societies, # 2, 2005, http://pipss.revues.org/​index330.html.

  • Yu. Chystiakova & A. Robertson, “Youtube Cops and Power Without Limits : Understanding Police Violence in 21st Century Russia”, The Journal of Power Institutions in Post-Soviet Societies, # 13, 2012, http://pipss.revues.org/​3949.

  • G. Favarel-Garrigues, « La police en procès », Le courrier des pays de l’Est, # 1052, novembre-décembre 2005, pp. 26-38.

  • G. Favarel-Garrigues, "La bureaucratie policière et la chute du régime soviétique", Sociétés contemporaines, # 57, 2005, pp. 63-81.

  • G. Favarel-Garrigues & A. Le Huérou, “State and the Multilateralization of Policing in Post-Soviet Russia”, Policing & Society, vol14, # 1, March 2004, pp. 13-30.

  • G. Favarel-Garrigues, « Le policier soviétique et la mise en œuvre des politiques pénales, 1965-1986 », Revue d’Histoire Moderne et Contemporaine, # 2, 2002, http://www.cairn.info/​revue-d-histoire-moderne-et-contemporaine-2002-2-page-54.htm.

  • G. Favarel-Garrigues, « La transformation policière en Russie post-soviétique », in « Polices post-communistes, une transformation inachevée ? », Cahiers de la Sécurité Intérieure, # 41, 2000, pp. 7-25.

  • M. Galeotti, “Perestroïka, Perestrelka, Pereborka: policing Russia in a time of change “, Europe-Asia Studies, vol. 45, #  5, 1993, pp. 769-786.

  • M. Galeotti, “Purges, Power and Purpose: Medvedev's 2011 police reforms”, The Journal of Power Institutions in Post-Soviet Societies, # 13, 2012, http://pipss.revues.org/​3960.

  • Th. Gerber & S. Mendelson, “Public Experiences of Police Violence and Corruption in Contemporary Russia: A Case of Predatory Policing?”, Law & Society Review, vol. 42, # 1, http://csis.org/​images/​stories/​Russia%20and%20Eurasia/​080221_LawSocietyReviewPolicing.pdf.

  • Gladarev, “Russian Police before the 2010-2011 Reform: A Police Officer’s Perspective”, The Journal of Power Institutions in Post-Soviet Societies, # 13, 2012, http://pipss.revues.org/​3978.

  • Yo. Gorlizki, “Policing post-Stalin society. The militsiia and public order under Khrushchev », Cahiers du monde russe, vol. 44, # 2-3, 2003 - Les pratiques administratives en Union soviétique, 1920-1960, http://monderusse.revues.org/​document146.htm.

  • F. Gregory & G. Brooke, "Policing Economic Transition and Increasing Revenue: A Case Study of the Federal Tax Police Service of the Russian Federation 1992-1998", Europe-Asia Studies, vol. 52, # 3, 2000, pp. 433-455.

  • K. Hendley, P. Murrell, R. Ryterman, « Law, Relationships and Private Enforcement : Transactional Strategies of Russian Enterprises ». Europe-Asia Studies, vol. 52, # 4, 2000, pp. 627-656.

  • K. Kakachia & L. O’Shea, Why does police reform appear to have been more successful in Georgia than in Kyrgyzstan or Russia?”, The Journal of Power Institutions in Post-Soviet Societies, # 13, 2012, http://pipss.revues.org/​3964.

  • O. Kolennikova, O. Kosals, L. Ryvkina, Yu. Simagin, D.G. Wilson, “The ‘economic activities’ of Russian police”, International Journal of Police Science and Management, Vol. 10, # 1, 2008.

  • Le Huérou, « Des pratiques locales de sécurité hybrides. Le cas de la Russie », Les Cahiers de la sécurité intérieure, # 50, 4e trim. 2002, pp.19-42.

  • P. Poupin, « “Démocratie dirigée” et manifestations protestataires de rue à Moscou: quelle partition joue la police ? » [« Planned Democracy » and Street Protest Marches in Moscow : What Musical Score is the Police Playing ?], The Journal of Power Institutions in Post-Soviet Societies, # 13, 2012, http://pipss.revues.org/​3921.

  • K. Reynolds, O. Semukhina & N. Demidov, “A Longitudinal Analysis of Police Satisfaction in the Volgograd Region, Russia: 1998 – 2005”, International Criminal Justice Review, Vol.18, # 2, June 2008.

  • L. Shelley, “The Sources of Soviet Policing”, Police Studies, vol. 17, # 2,1994.

  • P. Solomon, “The Reform of Policing in the Russian Federation,” The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology 38, # 2, 2005, pp. 230-40.

  • N. Taubina, « Russie : la société civile et le système répressif avant le début officiel de la réforme [Russia : Civil Society and the Law Enforcement System Prior to the Official Initiation of the Reform] », The Journal of Power Institutions in Post-Soviet Societies, # 13, 2012, http://pipss.revues.org/​3952.

  • Taylor, “Force and Federalism: Controlling Coercion in Federal Hybrid Regimes.” Comparative Politics, 39, 4, July 2007, pp. 421–440.

  • Taylor, “Putin’s ‘Historic Mission’: State-Building and the Power Ministries in the North Caucasus.” Problems of Post-Communism, vol. 54, # 6, November–December 2007, pp. 3–16.

  • Taylor, “Law Enforcement and Civil Society in Russia.” Europe-Asia Studies, vol. 58, # 2, March 2006, pp. 193–213.

  • V. Volkov, “Violent entrepreneurship in post-communist Russia”, Europe-Asia Studies, vol. 51, # 5, July 1999. pp. 741-754.

  • J. Williams, A. Serrins, “The Russian militia: an organization in transition”, Police Studies, vol. 16, # 4, Winter 1993, pp. 124-128.

Chapters in Books

  • Beck & A. Robertson, “Policing in the 'New' Russia”, in Hinton, M.S. and Newburn, T. (Eds) Policing Developing Democracies, Routledge, 2008, pp. 50-72.

  • Beck & A. Robertson, “Policing in Post-Soviet Russia”, in Ruling Russia: Law, Crime and Justice in a Changing Society, William Alex Pridemore (Ed.), Lanham, Md: Rowman and Littlefield, 2005.

  • J. Boda, K. Kakachia, “The Current Status of Police Reform in Georgia”, chapter XII, in Philipp H. Fluri, Eden Cole, Ernst M. Felberbauer, Stefan C. Imobersteg, Jan Trapans, David Mayer-Heinisch (Eds.), From Revolution to Reform: Georgia's Struggle with Democratic Institution Building and Security Sector Reform, DCAF, July 2005, http://www.dcaf.ch/​Chapter-Section/​12-The-Current-Status-of-Police-Reform-in-Georgia.

  • Ia. Gilinskii, “Challenges of policing Democracies: the Russian Experience”, in Dilip Das and Otwin Marenin Challenges of policing Democracies: a World perspective. Gordon and Breach Publishers, 2000, p. 173-194.

  • Le Huérou, « 'Offre' et 'demande' de sécurité : Evolution des pratiques et nouveaux acteurs », in G. Favarel (Ed.), Criminalité, police et gouvernement en Europe post-communiste, Paris, L’Harmattan, 2004, p. 165-194.

  • Le Huérou & E. Sieca-Kozlowski, “Les vétérans russes de la guerre de Tchétchénie, acteurs et vecteurs d’une transposition de la violence de guerre en « terrain propice » ? », in L’adieu aux armes. Parcours d’anciens combattants, Nathalie Duclos (Ed.), collection Recherches Internationales, Karthala, 2010.

  • Le Huérou & E. Sieca-Kozlowski, « A ‘Chechen Syndrom’? Russian Veterans of the Chechen War and the Transposition of War Violence to Society ”, in Nathalie Duclos (Ed.), War Veterans in Postwar Situations: Chechnya, Serbia, Turkey, Peru, and Côte d’Ivoire,, Palgrave/Macmillan, 2012, p. 25-51

  • R. Mawby, “The Impact of Transition: A Comparison of Post-Communist Societies with Earlier ‘Societies in Transition’”, in Police in Transition, A. Kadar (Ed.), CEU Press, 2001

  • Robertson, “Police Reform in Russia”, in Transforming Police in Central and Eastern Europe: Process and Progress, Marina Caparini and Otwin Marenin (Eds.), New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers, 2004.

  • L. Shelley, “Post-Socialist Policing: Limitations on Institutional Change”, in Policing Across the World: Issues for the Twenty-First Century, R.I. Mawby (Ed.), London: UCL Press, 1999, pp. 76-77

  • B. Taylor, “Russia’s Regions and Law Enforcement”, in Peter Reddaway and Robert W. Orttung, (Eds.), The Dynamics of Russian Politics: Putin’s Reform of Federal-Regional Relations, Volume II, Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2005, pp. 65–90.

Books

  • M. Caparini & O. Marenin, (Eds.), Transforming Police in Central and Eastern Europe: Process and Progress, Münster, Germany and Piscataway, New Jersey: Lit Verlag and Transaction Publishers, 2004.

  • G. Favarel-Garrigues, Policing Economic Crime in Russia. From Soviet Planned Economy to Privatisation, London and New York: Hurst / Columbia University Press, 2011.

  • G. Favarel-Garrigues, Criminalité, police et gouvernement : trajectoires post-communistes, Paris, l’Harmattan, collection logiques politiques, 2003, 304 pages.

  • M. Pagon (Ed.), Policing in Central and Eastern Europe: Ethics, Integrity, and Human Rights, College of Police and Security Studies Ljubjana, Slovenia, 2000.

  • L. Shelley, Policing Soviet Society. The Evolution of State Control, Londres, Routledge, 1996.

  • B. Taylor, State Building in Putin's Russia: Policing and Coercion After Communism, Cambridge University Press, 2011.

Journal issues

Papers / Policy Briefs / Briefing Papers

Reports

  • Beck & A. Robertson, "Public attitudes to crime and policing in Russia", Report for the UK Department for International Development, January 2002

  • Confessions at any cost: Police torture in Russia., Human Rights Report, 1999, http://www.hrw.org/​legacy/​reports/​1999/​russia/​ 

  • D. Fogel, Policing in Central and Eastern Europe: Report on a Study Tour (Helsinki: European Institute for Crime Prevention and control, 1994).

  • Foundation for Tolerance International, ‘Police reform in Kyrgystan’, Small Arms and Human Security Bulletin, Issue 4 (October 2004), p.4.

  • J. Jonathan, “The Security Organs of the Russian Federation (Part IV)”, Post-Soviet Armies Newsletterhttp://www.psan.org/​document521.html

  • Le Huérou, Les pratiques de sécurité locale dans la Russie post-soviétique : Evolutions institutionnelles et nouveaux acteurs. Collection Études et Recherches ; Paris, IHESI, 2003.

  • Moscow Helsinki Group, Special Operation bt MVD of Bashkortostan, Events, Facts, Assessments, Findings”, http://www.mhg.ru/​files/​knigi/​bashkor.doc ;

  • Novikova and O. Shepeleva, (Eds.) Reforming the Law Enforcement Bodies: Addressing the Problem of Abuse of Powers, Moscow, Demos, 2005.

  • Novikova, T. Lokshina, O. Shepeleva, Policemen in limbo. Veterans of the Chechen conflict in Russian society, Demos, 2007.A. Novikova, “Social profile of rank and file police officers in the contemporary law enforcement system”, p. 72, in Reforming law enforcement: overcoming arbitrary work practices, Demos, Moscou, 2005, http://www.demos-center.ru/​images/​book_reform_eng/​Law_enforcement_book_Engl_1.pdf.

  • L. di Puppo, “Police reform in Georgia. Cracks in an anti-corruption success story”, U4 practice Insight, Bergen, Chr. Michelsen Institute, # 2, 2010, 5 pages, http://www.u4.no/​publications/​police-reform-in-georgia-cracks-in-an-anti-corruption-success-story/​.

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Elisabeth Sieca-Kozlowski, « Police Brutality, Corruptionand Police Reform in Russia & Post-Soviet States (Russian and Western sources)A Suggested Bibliography », The Journal of Power Institutions in Post-Soviet Societies [En ligne], Issue 13 | 2012, mis en ligne le 24 novembre 2012, consulté le 22 décembre 2014. URL : http://pipss.revues.org/3984

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