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Khaki & Blue: Mis Af#51
by Anthony Clayton
contributions by David Killingray
Ohio University Press, 1989
Paper: 978-0-89680-147-9
Library of Congress Classification HV8267.A2C53 1989
Dewey Decimal Classification 363.209660097521

Drawing upon a survey of former police officers in the six British colonies of Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya, Uganda, Zambia, and Malawi, Clayton and Killingray examine the work of colonial law enforcement during the last years of British supremacy. In addition to such basic institutional information as the development of police forces from local militia, the training of African recruits, and the africanization of the police forces, the authors examine the typical activities of the colonial police. From investigations of stabbings and theft, to deportation of prostitutes and concern with smuggling, to enforcement of unpopular policies, the authors offer a profile not only of the institution of colonial law enforcement but also of the daily life of the village and the business activities which brought people into contact with the police.

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