Civil Society Practitioners

Civil Society Practitioners

GUIDELINES FOR SELECTED POLICE INTERVENTIONS Course 7 Free
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GUIDELINES FOR SELECTED POLICE INTERVENTIONS Course 7

July 21, 2017 / No Comments

In this Chapter we will examine the specific modules in relation to various police activities / intervention including Police Foot and Mobile Patrol, Crowd Control, Arrest, Searches, Investigation, etc.

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HUMAN RIGHTS CIVIL DISORDER AND TERRORISM Course 8 Free
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HUMAN RIGHTS CIVIL DISORDER AND TERRORISM Course 8

July 21, 2017 / No Comments

Course Description In this chapter, we will focus on the issue of civil disorder and terrorism. We will examine some of the provisions of the Police in the Public Order Act 1979 and Terrorism Act 2011. In addition, we will also assess how Police treats suspects in riots and terrorist situations and the human rights…

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USE OF FORCE AND FIREARM Course 6 Free
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USE OF FORCE AND FIREARM Course 6

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In this chapter the following modules will be covered – Module 1 – Use of Force. Module 2- Use of Firearms. Module 3 – Procedure for the Use of Force, Firearms and other Law Enforcement Equipment. Module 4 – Conducting Anti-Crime Patrols. Module 5 – Capacity to Suppress Riots that are Beyond the Control of…

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RIGHTS OF PERSONS UNDER DETENTION AND PREVENTION OF TORTURE Course 10 Free
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RIGHTS OF PERSONS UNDER DETENTION AND PREVENTION OF TORTURE Course 10

July 19, 2017 / No Comments

This chapter focuses on the rights of persons who are detained in police station, prison or other detention facilities and the rationale for protecting these rights. The chapter will also examine the issue prevention of torture, inhumane and degrading treatment in places of detention. The chapter is structured into the following modules – Module 1…

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