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REFORMING PAKISTAN POLICE: AN OVERVIEW

REFORMING PAKISTAN POLICE: AN OVERVIEW,Muhammad Shoaib Suddle

REFORMING PAKISTAN POLICE: AN OVERVIEW   (Citations: 2)
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    • ...The FGPR argued that the existing police system was created to serve the colonial purpose of controlling the populace and was based on the denial of public rights, exclusion of the public from participation and the use of coercion to serve the purposes of the government (ADB 2001; Suddle 2001; Mawby 1990)...
    • ...They suggested that in order to reform police the distance between community and the police needed to be reduced through building “partnerships with citizens”, and entering into a “customer service contract” – the buzzwords for New Public Management and reinventing government (Suddle 2001: 102; Osborne and Gaebler 1992; Barzelay and Kaboolian 1990)...
    • ...The COP reforms in Pakistan focus on “reinventing police” through new principles like “partnership with citizens” and “customer service contract with the people of Pakistan” (Suddle 2001: 102)...
    • ...These bodies are supposed to depoliticise the police because the control of police is to be shifted from the government to community (ADB 2001; Suddle 2001)...

    Haroon Rafique. It is ideal, but can community control police in Pakistan?

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