This Book Is Neither A Police Jargon , Nor A Departmental Guide. It Contains An Analytical Study Of The Attitude Of The Government, The Political Parties, The Public, The Press And Above All The Policemen Themselves In Their Efforts To Enforce Efficiently The Laws Of The Land. Apart From These Aspects, A ComAnPrehensive Account Of All The Functions Of The Police Force, Including Their Woes Have Been Given.The Rulers Have Blatantly Used The Police For The Perpetuation Of Their Rule. In This Democratic Country The People Have To Decide Whether They Should Allow The Police Force To Drift Haphazardly From One Policy To Another, Or To Allow Expediency Overcome Principles, When The Police Service Is Capable Enough To Sustain Or Destroy The Well-Being And Happiness Of The Community. And In This Context To Whom The Police Should Be Accountable?In such cases, the work of public utility service can be very much hampered due to its close association with the police. (g) Home ... According to Indian Police Service (Appointment by Promotion) Regulations of 1955, 25 per cent of the Deputyanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Police in India|
|Author||:||M. B. Chande|
|Publisher||:||Atlantic Publishers & Dist - 1997-01-01|