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Opis: Police Corruption and Police Reforms in Developing Societies

Much of the literature on police corruption and police reforms is dominated by case studies of societies classified as developed. However, under the influence of globalization, developing societies have become a focal point of scholarly interest and examination. Police Corruption and Police Reforms in Developing Societies provides critical analyses of the extent and nature of police corruption and misconduct in developing societies. It also examines police reform measures that have been implemented or are still necessary to control and mitigate the effects of police corruption in developing societies. This book offers a comprehensive and authoritative account of the causes and consequences of police corruption. It also relates lessons learned from police reform efforts that have been made in a wide cross section of developing societies spanning several continents. The book is divided into five sections covering: * Theoretical and analytical perspectives on police corruption and police reforms, including the role of the rule of law and training as a reform tool * Case studies on African societies * Case studies on societies in Asia and the Pacific * Case studies on societies in Latin America and the Caribbean * A concluding chapter containing thorough summaries of all other chapters for quick scanning and reference Police Corruption and Police Reforms in Developing Societies is a significant contribution to shifting attention from the dominance of developed societies in the literature on police corruption and police reforms. It also bridges the gap between research and practice, with an editor and contributors who bring a wealth of practical experience to their analyses. Their combined efforts in this book provide new insights on the problem of police corruption in developing societies as well as approaches and challenges to police reforms.THEORETICAL AND ANALYTICAL PERSPECTIVES An Analytical Perspective on Police Corruption and Police Reforms in Developing Societies Kempe Ronald Hope, Sr. Confronting Police Corruption in Developing Societies: The Role of the Rule of Law John Mukum Mbaku Emphasizing Anticorruption Training as a Reform Tool to Curb Police Corruption in Developing Societies Kempe Ronald Hope, Sr. DEVELOPING SOCIETIES CASE STUDIES: AFRICA Ghana: Reducing Police Corruption and Promoting Police Professionalism through Reforms Joseph R.A. Ayee Kenya: Police Corruption and Reforms to Control It Kempe Ronald Hope, Sr. South Africa: A Schizophrenic System for Combating the Scourge of Police Corruption Cornelis Roelofse Cameroon: Police Corruption and the Police Reforms Imperative Polycarp Ngufor Forkum DEVLOPING SOCIETIES CASE STUDIES: ASIA-PACIFIC Hong Kong: Police Corruption and Reforms Dennis Lai Hang Hui India: Nature of Police Corruption and Its Remedies Arvind Verma Royal Solomon Islands: Rainbows across the Mountains?-The Issue of Police Corruption Garth Den Heyer DEVELOPING SOCIETIES CASE STUDIES: LATIN AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN Argentina: Revisiting Police Corruption and Police Reforms in a Captive State Guillermina Seri Trinidad and Tobago: Crime, Police Corruption, and Police Reforms Nathan W. Pino CHAPTER SUMMARIES


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Tytuł: Police Corruption and Police Reforms in Developing Societies
Producent: Productivity Press Inc
ISBN: 9781498731874
Ilość stron: 270
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Waga: 0.54 kg


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Police Corruption and Police Reforms in Developing Societies

Much of the literature on police corruption and police reforms is dominated by case studies of societies classified as developed. However, under the influence of globalization, developing societies have become a focal point of scholarly interest and examination. Police Corruption and Police Reforms in Developing Societies provides critical analyses of the extent and nature of police corruption and misconduct in developing societies. It also examines police reform measures that have been implemented or are still necessary to control and mitigate the effects of police corruption in developing societies. This book offers a comprehensive and authoritative account of the causes and consequences of police corruption. It also relates lessons learned from police reform efforts that have been made in a wide cross section of developing societies spanning several continents. The book is divided into five sections covering: * Theoretical and analytical perspectives on police corruption and police reforms, including the role of the rule of law and training as a reform tool * Case studies on African societies * Case studies on societies in Asia and the Pacific * Case studies on societies in Latin America and the Caribbean * A concluding chapter containing thorough summaries of all other chapters for quick scanning and reference Police Corruption and Police Reforms in Developing Societies is a significant contribution to shifting attention from the dominance of developed societies in the literature on police corruption and police reforms. It also bridges the gap between research and practice, with an editor and contributors who bring a wealth of practical experience to their analyses. Their combined efforts in this book provide new insights on the problem of police corruption in developing societies as well as approaches and challenges to police reforms.THEORETICAL AND ANALYTICAL PERSPECTIVES An Analytical Perspective on Police Corruption and Police Reforms in Developing Societies Kempe Ronald Hope, Sr. Confronting Police Corruption in Developing Societies: The Role of the Rule of Law John Mukum Mbaku Emphasizing Anticorruption Training as a Reform Tool to Curb Police Corruption in Developing Societies Kempe Ronald Hope, Sr. DEVELOPING SOCIETIES CASE STUDIES: AFRICA Ghana: Reducing Police Corruption and Promoting Police Professionalism through Reforms Joseph R.A. Ayee Kenya: Police Corruption and Reforms to Control It Kempe Ronald Hope, Sr. South Africa: A Schizophrenic System for Combating the Scourge of Police Corruption Cornelis Roelofse Cameroon: Police Corruption and the Police Reforms Imperative Polycarp Ngufor Forkum DEVLOPING SOCIETIES CASE STUDIES: ASIA-PACIFIC Hong Kong: Police Corruption and Reforms Dennis Lai Hang Hui India: Nature of Police Corruption and Its Remedies Arvind Verma Royal Solomon Islands: Rainbows across the Mountains?-The Issue of Police Corruption Garth Den Heyer DEVELOPING SOCIETIES CASE STUDIES: LATIN AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN Argentina: Revisiting Police Corruption and Police Reforms in a Captive State Guillermina Seri Trinidad and Tobago: Crime, Police Corruption, and Police Reforms Nathan W. Pino CHAPTER SUMMARIES

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