Indian Police Behaviour And Attitudes

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Indian Police Behaviour And Attitudes

  1. 1. Behaviour : Routine Work, Bandobast and Public; Attitude: Approach, Outlook and ‘Way of Performing Duty’ It is on record umpteenth times: Police Officers, Rank and file police personnel, public and political leaders in their published books, articles, interviews and general conversations have accepted widespread and varied misbehaviour as an integral part of policing in India. G C P C S - J U - Gandhian Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies (GCPCS) Anurag Gangal Professor University of Jammu Indian Police: Behavour and Attitudes
  2. 2. ATTITUDE: Negative Cruel Arrogant Atrocious Exploitative Sectarian Communal Personalised Perverted What a Predicament Between Negative and Positive Attitudes ! G C P C S - J U - Gandhian Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies (GCPCS) Anurag Gangal Professor University of Jammu Indian Police: Behavour and Attitudes ATTITUDE: Positive Patriotic Brave Obedient Hardworking Disciplined Competent Trained Duty Bound
  3. 3. G C P C S - J U - Gandhian Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies (GCPCS) Anurag Gangal Professor University of Jammu Indian Police: A Few Examples of Behavour and Attitudes - I <ul><li>Bhagalpur ‘Blindings’ 1976 </li></ul>2. Babri Masjid 1992 3. Communal Riots in Gujarat 2002 4. Sex, Terrorism, Fake Currency and Political Mafia Connections In India in General and Jammu and Kashmir in Particular: 1985-2009.
  4. 4. G C P C S - J U - Gandhian Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies (GCPCS) Anurag Gangal Professor University of Jammu Indian Police: A Few Examples of Behavour and Attitudes - II <ul><li>Delhi Police: More Alert and Efficient </li></ul>2. Punjab Police: More Corrupt 3. J&K Police: More Honest 4. Police in United Kingdom, United States, Canada and Australia
  5. 5. G C P C S - J U - Gandhian Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies (GCPCS) Anurag Gangal Professor University of Jammu Behaviour and Attitudes of Indian Police Further Training and Conditions <ul><li>Continuous Knowledge Upgradation </li></ul>2. Continuous Technological Training and Upgradation 3. More Facilities, Comforts, Pay, Allowances and Familial Security 4. More Training Opportunities for Formal and Informal Official Interaction with Schools, Colleges and Universities in India and Abroad
  6. 6. and Department of Political Science University of Jammu Gandhian Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies (GCPCS) G C P C S - J U - Select Bibliography: This powerpoint projection presented on Wednesday, 25 February 2009 at Udhampur Police Academy, J&K, India, 11 A.M. – 12 Noon -- I Asian Human Rights Commission, http://www.ahrchk.net/pub/mainfile.php/rol_hr_asia/218/ Bedi, Kiran, Leadership and Governance: As I See It , Sterling Publishers, New Delhi: 2008. Bedi, Kiran, “Revive the Indian Police Leadership”, Economic Times , 08 December 2008, New Delhi. Bedi Kiran, What Went Wrong? & Continues , UBS Publishers, New Delhi: 2003.
  7. 7. and Department of Political Science University of Jammu Gandhian Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies (GCPCS) G C P C S - J U - Select Bibliography: This powerpoint projection presented on Wednesday, 25 February 2009 at Udhampur Police Academy, J&K, India, 11 A.M. – 12 Noon -- II Chandra, Kumar Rajesh, “ Training Strategy to Affect Behavioral and Attitudinal Change in the Police Personnel”, http://www.bprd.gov.in/writereaddata/linkimages/All%20India%20Police%20Science%20Congress-Rajesh%20Chandra5488176921.pdf Danske, Lone Lindholt, Human Rights and the Police in Transitional Countries , Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Hague: 2003. Gupta, K.N., The Indian Police and Vigilance in the Twenty-first Century , Anmol Publications, New Delhi 2002. Greene, Jack R. (Editor), The Encyclopaedia of Police Science , Third Edition, Volume 1- A-I, Index, CRC Press, Routledge: 2007.
  8. 8. and Department of Political Science University of Jammu Gandhian Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies (GCPCS) G C P C S - J U - Select Bibliography: This powerpoint projection presented on Wednesday, 25 February 2009 at Udhampur Police Academy, J&K, India, 11 A.M. – 12 Noon -- III Jagdish, Angadi, “Police Behaviour Inhuman”, Deccan Herald , 10 March 2008, Bangalore. Mukerjee, Doel, “Police Reform Initiatives India”, http://www.humanrightsinitiative.org/publications/police/policereforminitiativeindia.pdf Commonwealth Human Rights Publication, 2003. Reddy, Mahendar, M., “IT Vision for Indian Police 2020”, http://bprd.gov.in/writereaddata/mainlinkFile/File1534.pdf Saxena, Anil, K., Professionalism in Indian Police , APH Publishing, New Delhi: 1997.
  9. 9. and Department of Political Science University of Jammu Gandhian Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies (GCPCS) G C P C S - J U - Select Bibliography: This powerpoint projection presented on Wednesday, 25 February 2009 at Udhampur Police Academy, J&K, India, 11 A.M. – 12 Noon -- IV Stevens, Dennis J., An Introduction to American Policing , Jones & Bartlett Publishers, London:2009. Vadackumchery, James, Indian Police 2001: What Went Wrong Here? , APH Publishing, New Delhi: 1998. Verma, Arvind, The Indian Police : A Critical Evaluation , Daya Books, New Delhi: 2005.

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