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Introduction And Guide To The Manual

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Chapter Summary

The contents of the book on Police and Human Rights can be used as a basis for lessons or presentations by teachers or resource persons. It is not a set of lesson notes as these are personal to the person creating and using them. Furthermore, the actual content of a lesson or presentation needs to be adapted to the specific circumstances of those participating in human rights programmes. The principal objective of human rights programmes for police is to influence the attitudes and thence the behaviour of police officials, so that they deliver effective policing which is at the same time lawful and humane. This chapter presents the overview of how the other chapters of the book are organized.

Keywords:human rights; human rights program; police; policing



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