Police: A Field Guide is an illustrated handbook to the methods, mythologies, and history that animate today’s police. It is a survival manual for encounters with cops and police logic, whether it arrives in the shape of officer friendly, Tasers, curfews, non-compliance, or reformist discourses about so-called bad apples. In a series of short chapters, each focusing on a single term, such as the beat, order, badge, throw-down weapon, and much more, authors David Correia and Tyler Wall present a guide that reinvents and demystifies the language of policing in order to better prepare activists - and anyone with an open mind - on one of the key issues of our time: police brutality. In doing so, they begin to chart a future free of this violence - and of police.
Book, 288 pages
Autor*innen: Herbert Müller-Guttenbrunn