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Police Criminology and Crimes

 
James Vadackumchery (Author)
Synopsis Police Criminology and Crimes is a new branch of study in criminological literature. Why do the law enforcement officials commit crimes? A law enforcer must never become a law violator-this is a myth or a wish! This book talks about police crimes down the millennia and analyses the etiological aspects of police crimes. Oppression, extortion, corruption, coercion, concoction of evidence, connivance with underworld criminals, nexus crimes, manipulation of records, abuse of power, misuse of authority, perversions in thoughts, etc., have been just a few among the many violations practiced, perpetuated and perpetrated by the law enforcement officers of all ranks and status. Criminologists, sociologists, police administrators, policy makers, judges, law enforcement officers, lawyers, jurists, students of political science, public administration, criminal justice, victimology, etc. will find and book highly useful.
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About the author

James Vadackumchery

Dr. James Vadackumchery is a noted criminologist and an authentic author of 50 authoritative and research books in the special fields of crime, police and justice. He has published several hundreds of articles, both research and popular, exposing more than 600 areas in justice administration. He is on the Faculty of the State Police Training College, Thiruvananthapuram. Dr. Vadackumchery, his wife, Mary and their daughter Neethie live at Mannammoola Thiruvanathapuram. Their daughter, Neethu and her husband. Abhilash stay in Singapore.

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Bibliographic information

Title Police Criminology and Crimes
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8178350947
length 286p., Tables; Figures; References; Bibliography; Index; 23cm.