Through a comparative analysis of policing in skid row districts in three cities edinburgh san francisco and vancouver negotiating demands offers an inside look at the influence of local political moral and economic issues on police practices within marginalized communities. In this chapter the role of the police as demand negotiators is explored through an examination of the ways in which the san francisco police department sfpd responds to inclusionary and exclusionary demands directed at the tenderloins skid row residents. Negotiating demands the politics of skid row policing in edinburgh san francisco and vancouver laura huey the relationship between policing and the governance of society is an important and complex one especially as it relates to destitute areas. It examines frontline policing in the skid row districts of edinburgh scotland san francisco the united states and vancouver hueys main argument is that skid row policing is political and that the politics of the institution its relative inclusiveness and or exclusiveness are largely dependent on political forces both within . This thesis analyzes the influence of local political and moral economies on police practices within marginalized communities field research of policing in the skid row districts of edinburgh san francisco and vancouver provides comparative data on policing demands strategies styles and practices in three distinct civic contexts
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