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This book explores the everyday policing of immigration officers and police officers in charge of inland border controls in the United Kingdom. It looks at migration policing in terms of a globalized world and how that presents new demands and challenges on those who enforce it. This book aims to advance understanding of border law enforcement.

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This book explores the everyday policing of immigration officers and police officers in charge of inland border controls in the United Kingdom. It looks at migration policing in terms of a globalized world and how that presents new demands and challenges on those who enforce it. This book aims to advance understanding of border law enforcement.
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Ana Aliverti, Reader in Law, University of Warwick Ana Aliverti is a Reader in Law at the School of Law, University of Warwick. She holds a D.Phil in Law (Oxford), an MSc in Criminology and Criminal Justice (Distinction, Oxford), an MA in Sociology in Law (IISL), and a BA in Law (Honours, Buenos Aires). Her book, Crimes of Mobility (Routledge, 2013), was co-awarded the British Society of Criminology Best Book Prize. She received the British Academy Rising Star Engagement Award and the Philip Leverhulme Prize in Law. Ana is also the recipient of the British Journal of Criminology's Radzinowicz Prize (2020). She serves on the editorial boards of Theoretical Criminology, Delito & Sociedad, and the Howard Journal of Crime and Justice. Ana is Co-Director of the Criminal Justice Centre at Warwick and an Associate Director of Border Criminologies.