THE EMERGENCE AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE COMMUNITY POLICE IN SWAZILAND
This article examines on the emergence and development of the Community Police in Swaziland in the early 1990s. The main argument of this paper is that the formal development of community policing in Swaziland in the early 1990s is related to transitions that took place in the Southern African region from belligerency to peace. Historical scholarship has not critically and thoroughly explored this important development in the history of security governance in postcolonial Swaziland. The study methodology is essentially qualitative and the author used newspaper reports, official documents, one-on-one and focused group interviews.