Fishpond Gift Vouchers - Let them choose!

New Zealand's Lowest Prices. Guaranteed

Human Rights and Policing in Ireland
By

Rating
Product Description
Product Details

Table of Contents

Part 1: Human Rights Standards for Policing Introduction Arrest Detention Interrogation Fingerprinting, Photographing and Palm-Printing The Right to Silence Access to Legal Advice Police Powers to Stop, Question and Search Intimate Body Searches and Bodily Samples Entry, Search and Seizure, Surveillance and Informers Improper use of Garda Information and Intelligence Public Order Use of Force Victims A Representative Garda Siochana The Human Rights of Gardai Garda Accountability Policy Formulation, Implementation and Monitoring Education and Training Part 2: Human Rights Issues in Garda Methods and Practices Introduction Sources Arrest Detention Interrogation Photographing, Fingerprinting and Bodily Samples Entry, Search and Seizure Informers, Surveillance and Interception of Telecommunications Stop, Question and Search Public Order The Use of Lethal Force Perverting the Course of Justice Use of Information and Media Victims Racism Garda Rights Discipline and Accountability Policy Formulation, Implementation and Monitoring Education and Training Part 3: Current Reforms Reform Processes Human Rights Policy Formulation, Implementation and Monitoring Education, Training and Promotion Exercise of Garda Powers and Related Matters Serving the Communities Garda rights Accountability Part 4: Conclusion

About the Author

Professor Dermot Walsh, Law School, University of Limerick is the author of Juvenile Justice and Criminal Procedure

Ask a Question About this Product More...
Write your question below:
Look for similar items by category
This title is unavailable for purchase as none of our regular suppliers have stock available. If you are the publisher, author or distributor for this item, please visit this link.
Back to top