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A Comparative Study of Frustration, Depression and Deprivation amongst Trainee and Serving Police Officials

@inproceedings{Kohli2006ACS,
  title={A Comparative Study of Frustration, Depression and Deprivation amongst Trainee and Serving Police Officials},
  author={K. Kohli},
  year={2006}
}
Introduction: Characterized by stark cultural diversities and complex social stratification, policing in Indian society appears to be a tough task. Policing along heightened and, often-unrealistic public expectations, becomes a major source of criticism. The police force in India does not assume a positive image. Defined by a rigid bureaucratic cadre, the police personnel have to work not only to see that crime remains under control but also have to face ‘systematic’ interference from political… Expand
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