Police Processes and Human Rights:An Indian Criminal Procedure AnalysisExpressO (2008)
AbstractAcross the world there is a revamping of institutions of Government in the light of the well–recognized human rights standards. Human Rights are inherent in a person by virtue of his/her being a human. They comprise both civil and political rights as well as economic, social and cultural rights. Criminal justice as a vital institution is also reoriented in the same spirit. However, there are problems of human rights violations by criminal justice agencies. Thus, the operational styles of the public institutions should be geared to respond to the needs of the good governance and that is assured by the special aspect that they draw sustenance from the people’s support and elicit public participation in their working.
- Police Processes,
- Human Rights
Publication DateJune 11, 2008
Citation InformationAbhishek Bharti. "Police Processes and Human Rights:An Indian Criminal Procedure Analysis" ExpressO (2008)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/abhishek_bharti/2/