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. Mots-clés, pratiques coloniales Subjects: pratiques et cultures policières, transfert des idées Keywords: police, anti-terrorist laws, colonial practices AUTHOR EMMA BELL Emma Bell est maître de conférences en civilisation britannique à l'université de Savoie. Ses recherches portent sur la politique pénale et son contexte sociopolitique, Elle est auteur d'un livre intitulé Criminal Justice and Neoliberalism membre du comité éditorial du Howard Journal of Criminal Justice et coordinatrice du European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control. Normalising the exceptional : British colonial policing cultures come home, 2011.