Handbook on police accountability, oversight and integrity
Achieving public confidence is crucial to effective policing. The chapter presents a structure for developing, analysing and implementing an effective police accountability system. A core principle of police accountability is that the police should be accountable to the law. Chapter II gives an overview of the most relevant international ...
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