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Police Leaders

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Chapter Summary

This chapter describes the ideas for workshop elements to be incorporated into programmes. One of the objectives of human rights programmes for police is to provide a basis for continuing efforts within police agencies to deliver effective, lawful and humane policing. The purposes of this workshop, conducted at the conclusion of a seminar on human rights and policing for police leaders is to facilitate discussion and debate between participants, in the context of the seminar, so that they can develop ideas which can be put into practice in the short to medium term, with few or no resource implications, on their own initiatives, when they return to their places of duty. Another purpose is to enable participants to review and analyse human rights strategies, policies and practices of the police agency within which they serve.

Keywords:human rights; police leaders



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