Policing the police

Early intervention and external oversight are two effective ways to keep police behaviour in check and nip problems in the bud.

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People’s moral reasoning involved making sense of who the agents and victims are and their perceived intentions.

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To ensure police accountability, there needs to be multiple, transparent bodies involved, each with distinct roles and with the public interest at heart.

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After separating from the military, Indonesia’s police still struggle to gain public trust. Have they missed their best chance of winning over the people?

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Forensic psychology – the practice of psychology in the justice system – offers a way to address Malaysia’s issues with police violence.

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Trust in police forces varies enormously around the world. In many countries, trust has slipped since the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Incidents of police violence and misconduct are becoming far too common. The question is; who should do the investigating? And what should that look like?

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Indonesia’s constitution separated the military from civilian politics after the fall of Suharto in 1998. But the police didn’t get the memo.

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