Inside Indian Police: Book by Jogindar Singh

Inside Indian Police

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ISBN: 9788121207270    Publisher: Gyan Publishing House Year of publishing: 2002     Format:  Hardback No of Pages: 354        Language: English
Description About The Author:- Joginder Singh, coming as he does from a rurla background, and education frght from government school to the government college, has passed through exciting as well as totally...Read more
Description About The Author:- Joginder Singh, coming as he does from a rurla background, and education frght from government school to the government college, has passed through exciting as well as totally undrprivilege and deprived times. He has a clear ringside idea of what goes on ta various levels in the societry and government. An MA in Englsis, thanks to his parents, that he could pursue his educatio, initially and later on, by funding from the sale of mild and ghee. He has made a name in the country and is literally a household name in India. Afterreaching the highest echelon of the Indian Police Service, he has kadopted another profesion of involving the people in governance. It is being done through book, newspapers, which look for his periodical columns regularly, in leading papers of the country. Married to Surinder Kaur, who in her own right joined Inndian Information Service, through IAS Examination, three years after the marriag, he is blese with 3 charming daughters, Randeep, Gagandeep, and Harveen, who are mothers themselves and are working as senior officials in the government. What else one can ask?Contents:- Preface • Introduction • Police in Ancient and Medieval Times • System of Administration in Chandragupta Maurya's Period • System of Administration in Mughal Period • System of Administration under East India Company • Hastings' Reforms • Cornwallis' Regulation on Police • Wellesley's Reforms • Lord Bentinck's Efforts for Reforming Police • Proposals of the Subsequent Police Committees • Creation of the Police Force in Modern India • Report of The British Parliament Select Committee on Police •Police Structuring in Bengal • Abolishing of Post of Superintendent of Police and Appointment of Revenue Commissioners as Police Supervisers • Second British Parliamentary Select Committee on Police • Suggestions and Instructions for Police Reforms • British Perception on Indian Police in 19th Century • Police Committee: Bengal • Some Plain Speaking On Police • Revival of The Post of the Superintendent of Police (Equal to the Present Police Chiel) • Charter Act of 1833 • Non-implementation of Recommendations and Further Reforms • Policing in Bombay: Why Policing Was Poor? • On Policing in 1830 • Police Investigations • Manning the Police Outpost • The Sentry on Duty: A Wasteful Practice • The Process of Investigation and Consistency of Evidence • Determining the Criminality or Innocence of the Act • The Clause of Injury: Complaint Vs Accused • Cases Ending in Acquittals • The Benefit of Doubt • Medico-legal Cases • Imperfections in the Medico Legal Cases • Essentials for a Post-Mortem Report • Evils and Lapses in Handling Medico-Legal Cases • Duties of a Sub-Inspector Investigator • Norms of Cases Inspected per Investigator • Permanent Body to Study Police Functions • Improving the Police • Corruption in Police • The Remedy • What can be done to Improve the Police • Principles and Requirements for Efficient Police • Role of the Central Government • Monitoring and Evaluation of the Police • The Strength of the Police • Accountability of the Police • The Ministerial Responsibility • Grievances Against the Police • Weaknesses of the Police • The Police Version of the Problems Faced • Reasons for Poor Quality of Policing: The Detractors • A Few Suggestions • Communal Riots • Dealing with Religious Fracas • Policing the Religious Processions • Classification of Processions • Reasons for Processions Turning into Riots • Police Arrangements to Counter any Eventualities during Processions • Arrangements during the Procession • Arrangements after Dispersal of Procession • Post-Procession Analysis and Approval • Conclusion-Do's and Don'ts • Crimes and Development • Reforming the Inadequacies of Police • Non--cooperation by Citizens • Terrorism and Organized Crime • Definitions • Political Philosophy of Violence • Religious Philosophy of Violence • Mahatma Gandhi's and Sri Aurobindo's Ahimsa • Philosophy of the Constitution • Suggestions to Counter Terrorism • Police Discretion • Social Responsibilities of the Police • The Use of Discretion by Police • Promoting Police--Public Cooperation through Politeness and Good Manners • Accountability of the Prosecuting Agencies • Performance of the Prosecuting Machinery • Position in Uttar Pradesh • Prosecution in Bihar • Functions of District Director Public Prosecution • Prosecution in West Bengal • Prosecution in Tamil Nadu • Prosecution in Madhya Pradesh • Prosecution of Cases in Delhi • Prosecution in England • Prosecution in the United States • Political Interference • Criminalisation of Administration • Interference in Punjab • Interference in Kerala • Interference in Tamil Nadu • Interference in West Bengal • Interference in Delhi • Some Observation of Other Studies • Source of Pressure • Repercussions of Interference • Issue of Illegal/Irregular Orders by State Governments • Political Interference: The International Scene • Supreme Court Rulings • Treatment of Juvenile Delinquents • The Juvenile Justice Act • Difficulties Faced in Implementing the Act • Heartless Homes: The Deplorable Condition • The Central Enforcement Agencies • The Police Structure and Setup • Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) • Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) • Border Security Force (BSF) • Assam Rifles • National Security Guards (NSG) • Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) • Civil Defence • Home Guards • Fire Service • Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) • Police Training Institutes • Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy • National Institute of Criminology and Forensic Science • Appendices • Communique Regarding Constitution of Police Establishments in India • Police Regulation Bill: Provisions • The Police System: Provisions in the Police Act • Report of the Military Finance Commission--1859 •Communique on the Introduction of Civil Police Force in the North-West Province and Bengal •Appendices • IndexAbout The Book:- The Study Analyses The Polices Role In Society, About Its Bad Name And Looks Into The History Of The Institution, Dating Back To The Ancient Period, And Is Presented With Research Oriented Approach And Logical Treatment Achieving A Totality. A Valuable Literature On Police And An Essential Reading For All Police Personnel'S, Bureaucrats, Scholars And Journalists., About The Author:- Joginder Singh, Coming As He Does From A Rurla Background, And Education Frght From Government School To The Government College, Has Passed Through Exciting As Well As Totally Undrprivilege And Deprived Times. He Has A Clear Ringside Idea Of What Goes On Ta Various Levels In The Societry And Government. An Ma In Englsis, Thanks To His Parents, That He Could Pursue His Educatio, Initially And Later On, By Funding From The Sale Of Mild And Ghee. He Has Made A Name In The Country And Is Literally A Household Name In India. Afterreaching The Highest Echelon Of The Indian Police Service, He Has Kadopted Another Profesion Of Involving The People In Governance. It Is Being Done Through Book, Newspapers, Which Look For His Periodical Columns Regularly, In Leading Papers Of The Country. Married To Surinder Kaur, Who In Her Own Right Joined Inndian Information Service, Through Ias Examination, Three Years After The Marriag, He Is Blese With 3 Charming Daughters, Randeep, Gagandeep, And Harveen, Who Are Mothers Themselves And Are Working As Senior Officials In The Government. What Else One Can Ask?, Content:- Preface • Introduction • Police In Ancient And Medieval Times • System Of Administration In Chandragupta Maurya'S Period • System Of Administration In Mughal Period • System Of Administration Under East India Company • Hastings' Reforms • Cornwallis' Regulation On Police • Wellesley'S Reforms • Lord Bentinck'S Efforts For Reforming Police • Proposals Of The Subsequent Police Committees • Creation Of The Police Force In Modern India • Report Of The British Parliament Select Committee On Police •Police Structuring In Bengal • Abolishing Of Post Of Superintendent Of Police And Appointment Of Revenue Commissioners As Police Supervisers • Second British Parliamentary Select Committee On Police • Suggestions And Instructions For Police Reforms • British Perception On Indian Police In 19Th Century • Police Committee: Bengal • Some Plain Speaking On Police • Revival Of The Post Of The Superintendent Of Police (Equal To The Present Police Chiel) • Charter Act Of 1833 • Non-Implementation Of Recommendations And Further Reforms • Policing In Bombay: Why Policing Was Poor? • On Policing In 1830 • Police Investigations • Manning The Police Outpost • The Sentry On Duty: A Wasteful Practice • The Process Of Investigation And Consistency Of Evidence • Determining The Criminality Or Innocence Of The Act • The Clause Of Injury: Complaint Vs Accused • Cases Ending In Acquittals • The Benefit Of Doubt • Medico-Legal Cases • Imperfections In The Medico Legal Cases • Essentials For A Post-Mortem Report • Evils And Lapses In Handling Medico-Legal Cases • Duties Of A Sub-Inspector Investigator • Norms Of Cases Inspected Per Investigator • Permanent Body To Study Police Functions • Improving The Police • Corruption In Police • The Remedy • What Can Be Done To Improve The Police • Principles And Requirements For Efficient Police • Role Of The Central Government • Monitoring And Evaluation Of The Police • The Strength Of The Police • Accountability Of The Police • The Ministerial Responsibility • Grievances Against The Police • Weaknesses Of The Police • The Police Version Of The Problems Faced • Reasons For Poor Quality Of Policing: The Detractors • A Few Suggestions • Communal Riots • Dealing With Religious Fracas • Policing The Religious Processions • Classification Of Processions • Reasons For Processions Turning Into Riots • Police Arrangements To Counter Any Eventualities During Processions • Arrangements During The Procession • Arrangements After Dispersal Of Procession • Post-Procession Analysis And Approval • Conclusion-Do'S And Don'Ts • Crimes And Development • Reforming The Inadequacies Of Police • Non--Cooperation By Citizens • Terrorism And Organized Crime • Definitions • Political Philosophy Of Violence • Religious Philosophy Of Violence • Mahatma Gandhi'S And Sri Aurobindo'S Ahimsa • Philosophy Of The Constitution • Suggestions To Counter Terrorism • Police Discretion • Social Responsibilities Of The Police • The Use Of Discretion By Police • Promoting Police--Public Cooperation Through Politeness And Good Manners • Accountability Of The Prosecuting Agencies • Performance Of The Prosecuting Machinery • Position In Uttar Pradesh • Prosecution In Bihar • Functions Of District Director Public Prosecution • Prosecution In West Bengal • Prosecution In Tamil Nadu • Prosecution In Madhya Pradesh • Prosecution Of Cases In Delhi • Prosecution In England • Prosecution In The United States • Political Interference • Criminalisation Of Administration • Interference In Punjab • Interference In Kerala • Interference In Tamil Nadu • Interference In West Bengal • Interference In Delhi • Some Observation Of Other Studies • Source Of Pressure • Repercussions Of Interference • Issue Of Illegal/Irregular Orders By State Governments • Political Interference: The International Scene • Supreme Court Rulings • Treatment Of Juvenile Delinquents • The Juvenile Justice Act • Difficulties Faced In Implementing The Act • Heartless Homes: The Deplorable Condition • The Central Enforcement Agencies • The Police Structure And Setup • Central Bureau Of Investigation (Cbi) • Indo-Tibetan Border Police (Itbp) • Border Security Force (Bsf) • Assam Rifles • National Security Guards (Nsg) • Central Reserve Police Force (Crpf) • Civil Defence • Home Guards • Fire Service • Central Industrial Security Force (Cisf) • Police Training Institutes • Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy • National Institute Of Criminology And Forensic Science • Appendices • Communique Regarding Constitution Of Police Establishments In India • Police Regulation Bill: Provisions • The Police System: Provisions In The Police Act • Report Of The Military Finance Commission--1859 •Communique On The Introduction Of Civil Police Force In The North-West Province And Bengal •Appendices • Index
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