Ritically evaluate the concept of the extended policing family

a? Critically analyse the impact of social and economic change on systems of social control.
a? Critically evaluate the history and development of systems of policing in the 21st century.
a? Critically apply policing theories to policy and practice.
a? Understand the relationship between local, national and global issues in the development of crime control and policing systems.

Referencing Requirements:
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