Indian Police ...: As I See...

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Sterling Publishers Pvt. Ltd, Sep 11, 2013 - Police - 154 pages
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What a national revolution it would be if each one of us were to self police! This book is a persistent effort by the author to encourage greater awareness about various social and ethical issues in the Police services with the hope to invoke, provoke, and inspire readers to heightened levels of sensitivity, participation and response.
 

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Excellent book.
Jai Hind

Contents

A Day of Gratitude
1
InternalPolicing
4
From Darkness to Light
7
Giving In or Giving Up
10
Right to Reject
14
Illicit to Genuine Spirit
17
My Maiden Duty An EyeWitness Account
21
Never Too Late
25
Combatting Terrorism
78
Service Before Self
81
The Rule of Law
84
What is Stopping You
87
We are Different
91
Depends on Our Perspective
94
Gurpreets and Sardar Patels
97
Where Are the Wives of Policemen?
100

Want to Fail or Pass?
29
We are Being Held Back
33
The Miracle of Dhamma
36
Shapath without Ifs and Buts
39
Till Further Orders
42
Removing Obstacles
46
My Reward
49
Values in policing
53
Not Just One
57
Khadi and khaki
60
Pigeons Dogs and Trucks
62
Foundations or Furniture
66
Life Goes Through Rehearsals
69
Justice delayed
73
Enthusiasm to Serve
75
A Guarantee of Good Governance
103
You Be The Sky But How?
107
Iraqi Prisons and the Humiliation of the U S
111
People Are Waiting to See
114
Lessons from a Colloquium on Police Issues
118
Time to Deliver Now
122
Gandhis Experiments with Policing
125
Our Present and Our Future
129
PeoplePolicing Not Piece MealPolicing
133
Never Ever Before
137
Deadly Diwali
141
True Preparedness to Disasters
143
September 22nd The Day of Rule of Law
147
Letter from Inside a Prison
151
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Dr Kiran Bedi is India's first and highest ranking woman officer who joined the Indian Police Service in 1972. Her experience and expertise includes over 35 years of tough and innovative policing, within India and thoughout the world.

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