Policing and Human Rights analyses the implementation of human rights standards, tracing them from the nodal points of their production in Geneva, through the board rooms of national police management and training facilities, to the streets of downtown Johannesburg. This book deals with how the unprecedented influence of human rights, combined with the inability by police officers to alive upa to international standards, has created a range of policing and human rights vernaculars a hybrid discourses that have appropriated, transmogrified and undercut human rights. Understood as an attempt by police officers, as much as by the police as a whole, to recover a position from which to act and to judge, these vernaculars reveal the compromised ways in which human rights are a and are not a implemented. Tracing how, in South Africa, human rights have given rise to new forms of popular justice, informal aprivatea policing and provisional security arrangements, Policing and Human Rights delivers an important analysis of how the dissemination and implementation of human rights intersects with the post-colonial and post-transformation circumstances that characterise many countries in the South.Palmer, D. L. (2004) a#39;The investigation of deaths in custody and as result of police action: has civilian involvement ... Penn, N. (2005) The Forgotten Frontier: Colonist and Khoisan on the Capea#39;s Northern Frontier in the 18th Century, Athens and Cape Town: Ohio University Press and ... Posel, D. (1999) a#39;Whiteness and Power in the South African Civil Service: Paradoxes of the Apartheid Statea#39;, Journal ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Policing and Human Rights|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2011-10-21|