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Vicente Riccio is a Professor in the graduate program of Law and Innovation at Federal University of Juiz de Fora, Brazil. He also has worked as a consultant for many public institutions in Brazil, such as the Ministry of Justice, Public Security Secretary of Rio de Janeiro, and the Civil Police of Amazonas, among others. He has coordinated many educational programs for police officers and criminal justice professionals in different states of Brazil. His research interests cover diverse topics such as police reform, police cultures, legal systems in developing democracies, media and justice, and video evidence. Wesley G. Skogan is Professor of Political Science and a Faculty Fellow of the Institute for Policy Research at Northwestern University. His research focuses on policing, community responses to crime, victimization, and fear of crime. He is a Fellow of the American Society of Criminology, and was a Senior Fellow of the Center for Crime, Communities, and Culture of the Open Societies Institute. He organized the Committee on Police Policies and Practices for the National Research Council and served as its chair. He is the co-author (with Kathleen Frydl) of the committee report Fairness and Effectiveness in Policing: The Evidence. Earlier, he spent two years at the National Institute of Justice as a Visiting Fellow. In 2015, he received the Distinguished Achievement Award in Evidence-Based Crime Policy from the Center for Evidence-Based Crime Policy.
Series Preface Preface: The Prospects for Change in Brazilian Policing Ricardo Balestreri About the Editors Contributors Chapter 1: Police and Society in Brazil Vicente Riccio and Wesley G. Skogan Section I: The Organization of Brazilian Police Chapter 2: The Dual Civil and Military Models for Policing in Brazil Luiz Flavio Sapori Chapter 3: Hierarchy, Career, and Professional Advancement in the Civil Police Vicente Riccio, Andre Zogahib, Janaina Lawall, and Mario Aufiero Chapter 4: Police Culture and Organizational Reform in Brazil Eduardo Cerqueira Batitucci, Marcus Vinicius Goncalves da Cruz, Amanda Matar de Figueiredo, and Leticia Godinho de Souza Chapter 5: Managing Gender Relations in the Brazilian Police Ludmila Mendonca Ribeiro Section II: The Police and Their Problems Chapter 6: Police Repression and the Drug Business in Brazil Paulo Fraga and Joyce Kelli do Nascimento Silva Chapter 7: Race, Class, and Law Enforcement in Brazil Renato Sergio de Lima and Jacqueline Sinhoretto Chapter 8: Use of Force and Police Reform in Brazil Wesley G. Skogan Chapter 9: Gangs, Drugs, and Urban Pacification Squads in Rio Vicente Riccio and Wesley G. Skogan Chapter 10: Community Policing in the Favelas of Rio de Janeiro Vicente Riccio, Steven Dutt Ross, and Wesley G. Skogan Section III: The Police and the Public Policy Chapter 11: Professionalizing the Military Police Through Training Vicente Riccio, Marcio Rys Meirelles de Miranda, and Angelica Muller Chapter 12: Police Reform in Brazil: The Rise and Demise of PRONASCI Marco Aurelio Ruediger