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Routledge frontiers of criminal justice.
"Filling the lacuna of research into the police in China and India, this book offers a unique comparative study of the prevalence, nature and organization of police corruption in these countries. This book provides key insights into the relationships between rapid economic modernisation, urbanisation and crime, and its effects on police organisational culture and behaviour as well as on ethical decision making. Moreover, this book performs an audit on which country is better placed to tackle corruption and professionalise their police service"-- Provided by publisher.
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1. Introduction 2. Context 3. Methodology 4. How has economic modernisation impacted upon policing? 5. To what extent are the two police forces trusted by its citizens? 6. Do the police carry out their duties in a fair and unbiased fashion? 7. What do police corruption/malpractices look like and why does it persist? 8. What are the influencing factors in decision-making at the moments-of-truth? 9. Conclusion 10. Reflections Appendices Bibliography.
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