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Corruption In Paradise By Kerry L.R. Tatum
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Kerry L.R. Tatum shares a view from the eyes of a Police Officer into the true Cayman Islands. Crime and corruption wreak havoc on the inhabitants and visitors alike in this tranquil... More > paradise. Assassins, Thieves, Sexual Predators, Drug Dealers and Addicts run the streets. Deceit and deception Rule. Crimes are swept under the rug to protect the financial and tourism industry. The police doctor the statistics to create a false sense of security. Law and order is a Myth. Politicians, Business owners and the so called "elite" sit on their perches in a secret society and decide your fate. The fat cats and parasites of our society. Unbeknownst to them, there is a greater power that rules over all. Justice and Judgement is on its way.< Less
The Columbia County Sheriffs Department a History of Racism and Police Corruption By Dr. Franklin Beckles, Jr.
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A true biography about the most racist and corrupt police department in the state of Georgia!
Columbia County Georgia a Legacy of Racial Injustice and Police Corruption By Dr. Franklin Beckles, Jr.
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A true story about the history of racism, job discrimination, public school misconduct, and police corruption in the notorious Columbia County, Georgia!
Police in Pakistan By Saima Manzoor, Akif Manzoor, Engr.Asif Manzoor
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The second edition with the addition of permanent values to eradicate crime from the society has made it more thought provoking at the face of sectarianism, extremism, intolerance, terrorism, and... More > corruption: it is revolutionary, opening new vistas and bold horizons of intellectual endeavors. The book is thus a unique attempt at the rediscovery of maintaining Law & Order for permanent values: scholarly written and exquisitely presented.< Less
UN people ,Interpol ,UNODC , other prime Police department must accept that India name is under top corrupt nation ,from past 64 years of its freedom ,its Police, civil servant ,political organization is under top corrupt organization of world , its huge By Ruhel Chisty MRACI CChem A
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UN people ,Interpol ,UNODC , other prime Police department must accept that India name is under top corrupt nation ,from past 64 years of its freedom ,its Police, civil servant ,political ... More > organization is under top corrupt organization of world , its huge population nation with none of honesty !!? Ref =Transparency International reports(UN Branch ) from past 1950 to till now about India about its these three department !!??) And this factor is true like Nature , notable point is this IB =RAW is successful to make fool its Government from past 64 years !!?? Here in This nation ,people are Professional in corruption , have reached to expert level , by playing with World bank ,EU Banks , Charity money from past 64 years ,here 95% corruption in charity by NGOs , Other common man !!?< Less
Development And Reform Of The Iraqi Police Forces By Strategic Studies Institute, Tony Pfaff
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Nearly every week, newspapers carry stories of the failure of the Iraqi police to provide basic civil security for the citizens of Iraq. Despite millions of dollars in aid, equipment, education, and... More > advisors, more than 4 years later police force development lags far behind the military. Numerous reasons are offered to account for this gap: corrupt practices left over from the previous regime, infiltration by militias, weak leadership, competition by better armed and organized criminal and militant groups, and so on. However, the military is also subject to these same influences, thus none of these explanations by themselves or in combination are satisfactory. But such an explanation is critical if policymakers and advisors are going to successfully facilitate police reform. This paper argues that the poor political and security environment impacts social, political, and cultural factors in ways that are predictable, understandable, and, with external help, resolvable.< Less
NATIONAL HIGHWAYS AND MOTORWAY POLICE IN PAKISTAN: An Illuminative Study By Saima Manzoor Arain, Akif Manzoor Arain
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"The Motorway Police System in Pakistan is designed in a manner which enables law enforcement and does not encourage corruption. Enforcement action is transparent because of the tools made... More > available and the manner in which SOPs have been prepared. It operates a traffic law which is as good as any in the world. The officers work in eight hour shifts and get weekly holidays by rotation. They live and work on the highway and are well compensated to be able to run two kitchens. In view of this, the Motorway Police has become a model for policing in Pakistan. Asad Jahangir Khan Ex-IG NH&MP." Thus it is thought provoking: it is revolutionary, opening new vistas and bold horizons of intellectual endeavors. This book is scholarly written and exquisitely presented.< Less
ICC , ICJ ,www.un.org, will found that African countries are most honest and good justice good police good laws then INDIA, is worst most corrupt evil sin , cheap quality , , =http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0015/001502/150259e.pdf , By Ruhel Chisty MRACI CChem A
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will found that African countries are most honest and good justice good police good laws then INDIA, is worst most corrupt evil sin , cheap quality , , ... More > =http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0015/001502/150259e.pdf , , http://www.iiep.unesco.org/information-services/publications/abstracts/2007/etico-corrupt-schools.html< Less
Reforming the Police in Post-Soviet States: Georgia and Kyrgyzstan (Enlarged Edition) By Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, Erica Marat
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This report identifies and explains the determinants of police reform in former Soviet states by examining the cases of Georgia and Kyrgyzstan. The two cases were chosen to show two drastically... More > different approaches to reform played out in countries facing arguably similar problems with state-crime links, dysfunctional governments, and corrupt police forces. In Georgia, the government’s reform program has fundamentally transformed the police, but it also reinforced the president Mikhail Saakashvili regime’s reliance on the police. With two political regime changes in one decade, Kyrgyzstan’s failed reform effort led to increasing levels of corruption within law enforcement agencies and the rise of violent nonstate groups. The experiences of Georgia and Kyrgyzstan show that a militarized police force is unlikely to spontaneously reform itself, even if the broader political landscape becomes more democratic.< Less
Police Violence: Understanding Its Basic History, Causal Origins, Health Consequences, and Prevention Strategies By Benedict Emesowum
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Power corrupts, and absolute power will absolutely corrupt the police. The American Founders understood the importance of limiting government’s power, thereby putting in place balances and... More > checks to achieve it. The police have a lot of power: as you walk or drive, they can stop, detain, arrest, assault, vandalize, and even kill you with impunity. With the vast resources at the command of the police, it’s easy to see how even a humble person can become intoxicated with the powers granted the police. Police Violence outlines the origins of the police, and how those origins, certain behaviors, and other factors explain the deaths of people like Eric Garner, Sandra Bland, Samuel Dubose, Walter Scott and many others. The U.S. media has extensively reported police violence, but analysts have offered little information on why it happens or ideas for prevention. This groundbreaking book takes you on an honest intellectual public health journey while staying true to the realities of the issue for the everyday reader.< Less