The police are much more than a segment in the civil administration system. The manner in which they respond to violations of law and order, place restraints on personal freedom, prevent the occurrence of crime and detect crime, all generate debates and controversies. Timely reform is evitable to ensure their ability to cope with emerging challenges to the management of crime and order. Various aspects of policing like its evolution, structure, functioning etc. have been analyzed in this book with the help of primary data collected both from the public as well as the police by applying the method of purposive sampling. Contents: Introduction, Police in Kerala: A Historical Approach, Kerala Police: A Functional Analysis, A Survey of Police Reforms in Kerala, Police Reforms in Kerala: Need and Directions Public Perception, Police Reforms Need and Directions: Police Perspective, Conclusions and Suggestions.Throughout the period of national struggle for freedom, the police and regulatory departments were clearly on the side ... as the Indian Administrative Service ( I.A.S.) and the Indian Police Service (I.P.S).24 There were no structural changes ... A number of states appointed Police Reorganization/Police Reform Commissions.
|Title||:||Police Reforms in India|
|Publisher||:||Discovery Publishing House - 2006-01-01|