SCOPE OF POWERS AND FUNCTION OF POLICE IN INDIAN CRIMINAL SYSTEM (2020)
RAKESH TEWARI JCR. 2020: 1887-1898
The term "police" is often used as a metaphor for a system of social, cultural, economic, and political control over a community. The police force has evolved into a highly efficient branch of domestic government and an integral part of the criminal justice system. Despite the fact that they are collaborating with these perverted police force, the police are truly a governmental body with a wide responsibility for regulating crime and keeping order. In criminology, the police and their roles are crucial. Because preventing crime and holding suspects in custody until trial is the police's main priority. This research made some claims and offered some suggestions for improving police criminology and institutionalizing police reform in India
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