Human Rights and Police Administration Their Inter Relationship

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  • Author :Kamalaxi G. Tadsad, H. Ramaswamy
  • Year of Publication :2012
  • ISBN: :9788180698125
  • Language: :English
  • Binding: :Hard Bound
  • No of Pages: IX, 238
  • Size: 23 cms
  • Categories: Human Rights, Law

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About the Book :

Human Rights are of great concern. Both at the national and the international scenario, it is often regarded as a yardstick to measure the governance capabilities of political institutions. Often, the perceptions about Human Rights are determined by the socio-cultural ethos of a society resulting in their variation. However, this by no means reduces their importance. Police Administration on the other hand is seen as an instrument of state to overcome the ill-effects on a healthy society by elements that are considered as anti-social. However, the methods employed by the police while dealing with them are often subjected to criticism for lack of respect for Human Rights. From Mr. K.P.S Gill who contained the Punjab crisis to the top cops of Mumbai before 26/11 were subjected to such criticism. They have in fact fought back to defend themselves. It is in this conflicting situation that there is a need to understand the interrelationship between these two important instruments of a civilized society and this work is the outcome of such a study undertaken in Karnataka. This is basically an empirical study supported by theory. The study aims at bringing Human Rights into the domain of police administration in large quantum to humanize it and yet make police administration an effective instrument of corrective administration.

About Author :

Kamalaxi G. Tadsad is an Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Government First Grade College, Shiggaon Haveri, Karnataka. A keen student of Political Science, her interests lie in Women Empowerment, Human Rights and Social Reconstruction. She has to her credit several research papers and has travelled far and wide to participate in International and National Conferences. She is an active member of Civil Society and a social worker too.

Harish Ramaswamy has over 19 years of experience in teaching and research in the Post-graduate Department of Political Science both at the University of Mysore, Mysore and at Karnataka University, Dharwad.