The aim of the proposed book is to study the relationship between the police and the public and correlate the notions of community-oriented policing which is the need of the hour today. The book would further enumerate how the perception of the common people about the police need to change today and focusses on the fact that how the advent of society has helped the institution of police and also developed better police-public interface.
1. Dr. Samrat Datta: Dr. Samrat Datta is an alumnus of KIIT University and completed his Ph.D. in Police Law. He is currently working as an Assistant Professor at Faculty of Law, ICFAI University, Himachal Pradesh. He has a teaching experience of 5 years and above and has held various administrative posts in the institutions he has worked for and also has publications in various journals of repute.
2. Dr. Shailendra Kumar is Presently working as Assistant Professor at Symbiosis Law School Hyderabad. He is an alumnus of the West Bengal University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata and School of Law, Banaras Hindu University. An erudite scholar of International Law, Shailendra has authored a book on Space Legislation in India: Emerging Issues and has co-edited seven books.
3. Mr. Samrat Dutta is Presently working as Assistant Professor at ICFAI Himachal Pradesh. He is an alumnus of the KIIT Law School.
Community Policing: Reality of Myth
Role of Women in the Police Organisation
Constitutional Safeguards and Indian Police
Police Public Relationship in the Metropolitan Areas
Police Discretion and Role during COVID-19 Pandemic
Police and Policing in India: A Historical Perspective
Police Corruption and Impact on urban India
The Model Police Act, 2006 – A Roadmap for the Future
Stress Management and Human Rights of Police Officers
Hazards in the Police Service
Police Personality: From cynic to diligence
Police and Technology in the New Era
Role of Technology and Police during COVID-19 pandemic
Technology and Police in Naxalite zones
Police Interrogation and the impact of modern technology
Comparative Analysis of Technology in Police Organisation between USA & India
Role of Technology in Forensic Investigation by the Police
Role and Use of Technology by the Police in Criminal Investigation
Impact of Technology on Police Personality
Police and Technology at logger heads: The use and abuse of technology
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