The Patten Report on policing in Northern Ireland was a benchmark
in the 1998 Belfast Agreement which signalled an end to sectarian
violence in the North. Ten years after its publication, this book
reflects on the Report, its role in the subsequent and ongoing
transformation of policing in Northern Ireland, and the lessons of
the Northern Ireland experience for security-sector reform
internationally. The book includes exclusive personal reflections
from key actors involved in this important process - such as Chris
Patten, Hugh Orde, Maurice Hayes and Nuala O'Loan - along with a
number of academic perspectives on policing reform and its
international significance. This scrupulously edited volume relates
not only to Irish studies but to peace studies, human rights and
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