Police Morality

Police Morality
Author : James Vadackumchery
Publisher : Gyan Publishing House
Total Pages : 262
Release : 2002-04
ISBN 10 : 8178350386
ISBN 13 : 9788178350387
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL


Morally insane and Legally sane-this is a cliche in police subculture. Don't worry about the morality of your act, but be cautious about the legality of your action -this is the advice given to younger generations by the elders in police.The author thinks that any law without a morality is a jungle law and the policeman cannot enforce jungle law in a democracy.The author says that the police do not require any encouragement to become moral in police works.

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