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study of civilianisation within the police

Farah Adiba Akhtar

study of civilianisation within the police

with particular reference to scientific support services.

by Farah Adiba Akhtar

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Published .
Written in English


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ContributionsManchester Polytechnic. Department of Social Science.
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Open LibraryOL19841455M

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The research, compiled from Home Office figures, shows that the average ratio of police officers to civilian staff in was to 1, compared to to 1 in The federation said it was. Abstract Civilianisation refers to utilising non-sworn personnel to perform certain roles within police organisations.

While the civilianisation of policing has been examined in a variety of. paper by ‘ civilianisation ’ of security within the context of counter-terr orism. This paper proposes the term ‘ civilianisation ’ as a notion relating to non-military,Author: Krzysztof Sliwinski.

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(A study released in July found that diversity on a force did not in fact lead to less police violence.) But changes on a nationwide scale will be challenging. There are aro police. Police, body of officers representing the civil authority of government.

Police typically are responsible for maintaining public order and safety, enforcing the law, and preventing, detecting, and investigating criminal activities.

Police are often also entrusted with .managerial etc features of the civilianisation process and the role of police staff in policing. Critically evaluate the use of police staff across the service. In particular the degree of consistency across forces in terms of their numbers, use and deployment.

Benchmark existing practice within the service with that in other public and. This study examines the relationship between law enforcement work-related stressors and health issues.

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the number of reported health issues, high blood pressure.