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Community policing has become a popular way of promoting local ownership of security in refugee camps in Kenya and more widely, but it can also fall victim to its ambivalent position at the intersection of refugee communities and state policing.

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Type

Forced Migration Review

Publisher

Refugee Studies Centre

Publication Date

01/10/2016

Volume

53

Pages

52 - 52