Social media in the work of law enforcement agencies – edited by Paweł Waszkiewicz (University of Warsaw, Faculty of Law and Administration)

The ILS PAS publishing house has released a publication of the White Intelligence Research Group of the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Warsaw, which is also largely the result of the NCN grant awarded to Paweł Waszkiewicz, PhD, Prof. of UW, entitled Social media in the work of law enforcement agencies, no. 2018/31/B/HS5/01876.

The scale of actual use of the potential of social media by law enforcement agencies has long remained unknown and for the most part still does. Fragmentary studies indicate that both criminal groups and individual perpetrators use social media to a much greater extent than investigators. The monograph explores and analyses the scale and ways of using social media in the work of Polish law enforcement agencies.

In his book review, Marek Leśniak, Ph.D., Prof. of UŚ, stressed that ‘in my opinion this is a very important study in terms of research as well as for the practice of the Polish justice system and state authorities. It fills an important gap in Polish literature on the subject, and both the original research and the discussion of the results are of great importance for the world literature on the subject.’

‘The collective work presents, first of all, the current state of knowledge on the scientific research on the use of social media in the work of law enforcement agencies. Moreover, the results of the author’s original theoretical and empirical analyses are presented …. The book has an interdisciplinary scope and touches upon aspects of law, criminology and media studies that are related to the subject.’

Dr hab. Wojciech Filipkowski, Prof. of UwB

Autor: Paweł Waszkiewiczo
Recenzje: dr hab. Wojciech Filipkowski, prof. UwB, dr hab. Marek Leśniak, prof. UŚ
Seria wydawnicza: Frontier Research
ISBN: 978-83-66300-24-8 (książka)
e-ISBN: 978-83-66300-33-0 (ebook)
Ilość stron: 175

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