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AuthorsCarty, Kevin
Accessioned Date2018-05-21T10:53:03Z
Availability Date2018-05-21T10:53:03Z
Issue Date2008-05
AbstractThe guidebook articulates the objectives of democratic police services and forces, the importance of their commitment to the rule of law, policing ethics, and human rights standards, the essential nature of police accountability to the law and to the society they serve; as well as the need for their co-operation with the communities, recognizing that effective policing requires partnership with the communities being served. Furthermore, the guidebook elaborates on structural and managerial aspects within the police which are considered necessary to achieve and sustain democratic policing.
Subject Keywordslaw enforcement
Subject Keywordshuman rights
Subject KeywordsOSCE
TitleGuidebook on democratic policing by the Senior Police Adviser to the OSCE Secretary General
Material Typetools and guides
Corporate AuthorsOSCE Strategic Police Matters Unit (SPMU)
Publication CountryAustria
Publication Place Vienna
Edition2nd ed.
Internal NotesIncludes CD-ROM.
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Physical Description70 p.
Fulltext Grantnone
FulltextNo Fulltext
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