Wounded Justice and the Story of Indian Police

By: James Vadackumchery

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The author exposes the story of Indian police in wounded justice administration from 1861 and says that the police needs a philosophy and an outlook to become administrators of justice. The philosophies of great thinkers are discussed to enable the police to understand their role and responsibilities to people. A people friendly policeman who recognize the worth and value of human beings - and that is what the author wants the police to accept today. It contains a lot of history, philosophy, police strategies, misconceptions, views, values, suggestions, remedies and what not to make the police efficient and effective in administration of justice-in making them human rights friendly. Contents (1) Introduction, (2) Wounded Justice and Police Under the British, (3) Wounded Justice: The Police Legacy or People's Curse?, (4) Wounded Justice: The Police Pragmatism or People's Fatalism?, (5) Wounded Justice: The Police Instincts and the People's Expectations, (6) Wounded Justice: An Age Old Evil and Public Reaction, (7) Wounded Justice: Police Commissions and Politicians, (8) Wounded Justice: National Police Commission-Before and After, (9) Wounded Justice: Philosophies and Principles, (10) Wounded Justice and Committee on Police Reforms: Looking Ahead.Printed Pages: 223.

Title: Wounded Justice and the Story of Indian Police

Author Name: James Vadackumchery

Categories: Law, India,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Kaveri Book Service: 2001

ISBN: 8174790454

ISBN 13: 9788174790453

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

Jacket Condition: New

Size: 15 x 23 Cm

Seller ID: 104236

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