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Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. At the end of the Empire, and during the Commune of Paris, these traditional anxieties suddendly and brutally re-appeared, as Quentin demonstrates, with aggressions, murders and persecution of policemen, who were all the more exposed to angry mobs and neighbours that they were highly visible.
Oddly, the insurgent population and the radicals often turned towards the traditional police alternative since , i. This was rather an utopia, since theses forms of policing were not well adapted to the social division of work required by modern societies. No wonder they were short-lived. Under the Republic, these agents became familiar figures in the Parisian landscape. Making good use of newspapers, advertisements and popular literature, Quentin Deluermoz demonstrates the progressive integration of uniformed officers in cityscape. Although there still could be tension and conflict, they acquired a vague aura of ordinariness and dull normality, symbolized by the popular image of an old, fat, cheeky police officer.
The idea is that they were not fearful figures anymore, but typical elements of the city, as the new modern equipment associated to urban life advertising posts, lamp posts etc. One can discuss the validity of the analysis of the press, popular images, advertisement and mass literature to convey an impression on the feelings associated to policemen.
But this use of mass-media and commercial representations, considered as reflects of common ideas, is always combined with archival evidences.
There are proofs of the circulation of these literay commonplaces on the police, turned to them by angry passers-by when they arrested them. There was a shift, from efficiency to inefficiency of the police, in the relations of police action, coinciding with a period of great anxiety about delinquance and recividists.
May I suggest that another indicator of public trust would have been the number of formal complaints, if such figures exist. Public trust in police institutions is correlated with the number of people addressing them to solve their problems. Quentin Deluermoz made also an excellent use of police records, to show how the population considered the policemen. The number of complaints against policemen, the letters sent to the Prefect of Police, or the threat of sending one kept in the police records after an incident with an agent, testify in favour of a kind of empowerment of Parisians towards their police.
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Filling a formal complaint, keeping track of an agent by his identification number, visible on his collar, became a common tool, even in the working-class neighborhood of Belleville, and for individual of all social backgrounds. An essentiel consequence of visibility was that policemen had to behave, under the scrutiny of the neighboorhood, their colleagues, and the press.
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This is an important toward an increased accountability of the police. The book insists on the gradual transformation of the policemen themselves, especially after It does no presume a fixed police structure, but rather describes a very moving, wavering reality. In the absence of any formalized professional training, police officers learn their job the hard way, initiated by older agents or probably try to cope with their previous experience in the army and the regulations provided by the police headquarters.
Strikingly, police work is more and more shaped by regulations, codes, written instructions, and a centralized command, which is still an actual feature.
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The beat patrol itself was replaced by other patterns of policing. Actually, Quentin Deluermoz convincingly demonstrates that the pattern of uniform policeman and beat patrol was decisive turning point in the policing of Paris, well before the Republic.
One of the lessons of the book is to insist more on incremental transformations. The system introduced in proved to be so successful that it was rapidly re-established after its brief suppression in and during the Commune. One of the main achievements of the book is the discussion of the transformation of public order. He made the choice of relying on case studies, due to the lack of sufficient sources for a quantified study. It is impossible to trace down a shift from one type of public order to another one, more modern and more rational.
Instead, there are gradual transformations, a kind of mutual acceptance and definition of roles between Parisians and policemen. Conflict is not inexistent, but less frequent. One can try to qualify the kind of policing that is eventually implemented: To conclude, it is not a coincidence if the introduction of the uniformed policeman was simultaneous to the physical reshaping of the city by Haussmann.
The book makes a point in studying this figure which became a symbol of the city, as much as the Hausmannian avenues and boulevards. I would like to raise two questions, incented by reading this insighfult, beautifully crafted work.