Elective popular offices and urban law enforcement in the 18th century
Brigitte Marin (Aix-Marseille Université)
10.36213/8-1

Community involvement in the administration of public health in the State of Milan in the 18th century
Livio Antonielli  (Centre for studies on police history and territorial control (CEPOC)) 
10.36213/8-2

Under the Eyes of the Committee of Reports: Local and popular involvement in the maintenance of public order under the National Constituent Assembly (France, 1789-1791)
Maria Betlem Castellà (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona)


10.36213/8-3

Dreams of ‘moving from the Napoleonic code to the new era of the judiciary’ on the eve of establishment of the Kingdom of Poland (1814-1815)
Michał Gałędek (University of Gdańsk)
10.36213/8-4

Establishing republican order in rural areas: actions taken by the Republican Guard’s mobile columns in the Cisalpine Republic (1797-1798)
Francesco Dendena (University of Milan)
10.36213/8-5

The National Guard, a concrete but temporary experience of popular participation in law enforcement.The example of the National Guard of Lyon from 1830 to 1871
Mathias Pareyre (Lille University)
10.36213/8-6

Armed citizens and defence of public order: the National Guard of Rennes during the July Monarchy in France
Axel Dröber (Universität Freiburg)
10.36213/8-7

How to build a dissident public order. Actors and strategies of the Neapolitan folks’ political mobilization during the 1848 revolution
Pierre-Marie Delpu (Aix-Marseille Université)
10.36213/8-8

Policing a Capital City during a ‘Revolution’. The squadre in Palermo at the Time of the Italian Unification (1860)
Emilio Scaramuzza (Aix-Marseille Université)
10.36213/8-9

Cooperation or Confrontation? The interaction between police forces and vigilante groups during the postwar years (1918- 1923) in Barcelona
Florian Grafl (Ludwigs-Maximilians-Universität München) 
10.36213/8-10

Police authority and popular behaviours (Lisbon, c. 1867-1910)
Maria João Vaz (Universitário de Lisboa)
10.36213/8-11

Maintaining public order without the participation of the population Policing of crowds by the police of public opinion (France, late nineteenth century)
Laurent López (Service Historique de la Défense, Vincennes)
10.36213/8-12


Snitches and Informers. Popular Involvement regarding the ‘High Police’ under the Consulate and the First Empire (1799- 1815)
Jeanne-Laure Le Quang (École normale supérieure, Paris)

10.36213/8-13

‘There are Boches everywhere...’ Popular participation in tracking down and controlling ‘the enemy from within’ in France during the First World War
Ronan Richard (Université de Rennes)
10.36213/8-14

Investigations into the kidnapping of young Malméjac (1935): Police, Justice and Population
Laurence Montel (University of Poitiers)
10.36213/8-15

Policing, Participation and People: some historical perspectives
Xavier Rousseaux (Université catholique de Louvain)
10.36213/8-16