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Conflict The Police and The People

Conflict The Police and The People

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  • Brand: LexisNexis Butterworths
  • Edition: Ed 2020
  • ISBN 13 9789388548816
  • Approx. Pages 226 + Contents
  • Format Hardbound
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days
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Description
This book is novel attempt to present the real scenario of the existing conflict between public and police in India. It deviates from the traditional approach of proposing Police reforms based on mere observation. Besides, survey of 1813 police personnel and 1010 civilians, the study also includes the narratives of police and public regarding the causes of conflict and resolution strategies. Through an intimate scrutiny of the perception of each other, police and public, the volume churns out the need-gaps in the vital and cardinal areas. The study investigates the following the public and the police, (b) recognize ways in which conflicting situations are handled at the police station, (c) determine gaps between existing methods versus an ideal way of police resolution of conflicting situations, and (d) to develop recommendations for working together as a system.
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Contents
Chapter 1    :    Introduction
Chapter 2    :    Conflict, Conflict Management and Conflict Resolution : A Theoretical Approach
Chapter 3    :    Conflict Management — An International Analysis
Chapter 4    :    People's Perception of Conflict with Indian Police
Chapter 5    :    Police's Perception of Conflict with People in India
Chapter 6    :    Public and Police Perspectives on Conflict Management and Resolution Strategies:
                           Working together for a Systemic Reform?
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Author Details
Dr. Sanjeev P. Sahn
i is the Professor and Principal Director of the Jindal Institute of Behavioural Sciences (JIBS), Director for "Center for Victimology and Psychological Studies", Member of the Governing Body and Advisor to the Vice Chancellor at O. P. Jindal Global University. He holds a PhD degree in Organizational Behaviour. He possesses an extensive and rich experience of 32 years in academia, industry and Government sector. His work spans in the areas of organizational behavior, criminal psychology, cognitive and neuropsychology. He has trained over 32000 school Principals and teachers, Senior government officials, industry professionals etc. in over 50 countries. After serving for 14 years as a scientist in the Ministry of Human Resource Development and Sports Authority of India, he joined the Jindal Group as the Head of Human Resources. He has worked as a research scientist at several universities like University of Houston, Texas, University of Illinois, Chicago to name a few. Dr. Sahni has several awards to his credit, and has recently been nominated as a Member of the Board of Directors of the International Society of Criminology. He has published more than 30 research articles in International and National indexed journals, 14 books to his credit, the recent ones are Death Penalty (Springer), Internet Infidelity (Springer), Digital Piracy in the digital era (Springer), Behavioral Competency (Bloomsbury) etc. and about 20 book chapters.
Ms. Garima Jain is Assistant Professor at Shaheed Rajguru College of Applied Sciences for Women, Delhi University, Delhi. She is pursuing her PhD from International Victimology Institute, Tilburg University, Netherlands. She has seven years of teaching and research experience. Ms. Jain has worked in diverse work settings: non-profit organizations and academic institutions in India. In 2018; she worked as the Director of Sampurna Women, a research centre dedicated to studying gender in interdisciplinary context. For five years, Ms. Jain served as Assistant Director (Research) in Jindal Institute of Behavioural Sciences, O.P. Jindal Global University (India). Her research interest includes the following: gender-based studies, sexual violence, cybercrime, police science studies, sexuality. Ms. Jain is also a guest faculty in Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). She was invited on full-scholarship for two-weeks training programme conducted by Special Cells for Women/Resource Centre for Interventions on Violence against Women organized by Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai in March 2019. She published an edited volume on 'Internet Infidelity: An Interdisciplinary Insight in Global Context' with Springer Nature. She has presented her scholarly work at some of the reputed international conferences, such as United Nations Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, Vienna 2017 and Qatar in 2015; World Society of Victimology at Perth, Australia, 2015. Ms. Jain has presented her research at various national and international conferences across the USA, Germany, Qatar, Australia, Germany and Sweden. Ms. Jain has successfully published her work as book chapters and peer-reviewed articles in renowned journals.
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