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Police in India: Problems and Perspectives

Krishna Mohan Mathur (Author)
Synopsis The book examines how the police developed in various societies, what role it is expected to play in a pluralistic developing society and many such critical issues which provide proper perspectives to the police. The author has provided a penetrating study about police culture, police leadership, police moral and police training in the context of changing perspectives. The extent and scope of the complexity and intensity of the police have been ably delineated with a view to shed adequate light on the organizational nexus and social identities of mass pluralities in the context of democratic system. The book covers a wide range of subjects related to police. The author has dealt complex subjects such as collective violence, terrorism and growing agrarian unrest. Reasons for erosion in police morale has been analysed in our changing society. The work will make useful and informative reading not for police officers but also for police planners, administrators, politicians, students and the public at large.
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About the author

Krishna Mohan Mathur

Dr. Krishna Mohan Mathur is a renowned police officer who served police organisation for 34 years and wrote more than 15 books on various subjects. After a brillianat academic career including a Masters Degreee in Economics (Ist Dev.)from DAV College, Kanpur, he served as a Lecturer in Economices for 4 years at Dayanand Vedic College, Orai (U.P.) and taught B.A. and M.A. classes. He joined the Central Reserve Police Forces in 1963 and was recipient of the Ford Foundation Fellowship in 1971 for studying training techniques used in USA and Japan. He obtained his Ph.D. from Rajasthan University for his Research work on "Administration of Police Training in India". He has served in various capacities as DIG and IG in 18 states of India has vast administrative and operational experience of supervising anti-terrorist and anti-insurgency operations in the North Eastern States of Nagaland, Manipur, Tripura, Assam, later J.K. and Punjab. He was later Director (IGP)of the Internal Security Academy, Mount Abut and he retired on 31-07-1997. He is presently settled at Ajmer. He is author of 15 books and qualified reserach guide for MBA, MBE and Ph.D. He is a counsellor for MBA, Indira Gandhi Open National University. He is an authority on national security, human rights and police and is a well-known writer.

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Bibliographic information

Title Police in India: Problems and Perspectives
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1991
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8121203503
length xii+328p., Tables; Notes and References; Appendices; Index; 22cm.