The Police Edifice: Standing or Crumbling

by S.A. Khan & Anuradha Bhandari
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It is the tragedy of our times that while the police are considered to be valuable and necessary for society, very often it is the object not of affection but of criticism, if not outright aversion. This perplexing situation finds expression even in the very title of the book "The Police Edifice Standing or Crumbling". The authors, Shri S.A. Khan and Ms. Anuradha Bhandari in a way pose a question for our reflection and plead for action. We are broadly familiar with the history of police reforms in U.K. and U.S.A. There may not be as many complaints in these countries as in ours against the police. The reasons for the same though the complex is not difficult to understand. The functioning of any wing of administration or governance is conditioned primarily by the constitutional and political system as well as the state of civic consciousness among citizens and their assertive awareness of their rights. Another important factor is the identification of the role, the adequate identification of the profile suitable to fill that role and the exacting efforts needed through scientific recruitment methods and meticulous training and its quality to accomplish the mandated role. The objective of the learned authors has been to lay their finger on this Achilles heel of the police system and its working.

 

About the Author

S.A. Khan, Indian Police Service (1970) Haryana has had a distinguished career in the Indian Police. He was awarded, Presidents PolicevMedal for Meritorious Service in August 1988 and six more service medals. He has been involved in facilitating management development courses at the National Police Academy, Hyderabad, Police Training colleges in Haryana, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, and Himachal Pradesh, etc. He has also been a facilitator for the training programs at Institutes of Management, Defence Institute of Technology Management Mussoorie and orientation programs for women councilors of Punjab under British Council.

Dr. Anuradha Bhandari, B.A. (Hon.), M.A. and Ph.D. (Psychology), is a Professor, Department of Psychology, Panjab University, Chandigarh, India. she has contributed extensively to books, abstracts, and articles. she is involved in training and developing educational material for various organizations. She is often sought out to comment on the psychological perspective of current social development issues in various discussion groups and the media.


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