||Special report ; 294
Special report (United States Institute of Peace) ; 294. ^A469213
||Police corruption is a universal challenge -- What do we know about police corruption? -- Police corruption takes predictable forms -- Police corruption is shaped by culture -- Standard strategies for reducing police corruption -- Knowledge about police corruption is limited by context -- Police reform depends on the external environment -- Recommendations.
||Police corruption is a universal problem, but it is a particular challenge in countries in crisis and emerging from conflict. This report is based on the lessons gleaned from a review of public commissions of inquiry into police misconduct worldwide and their possible application in stability operations, such as those in Iraq and Afghanistan. The study attempts to determine whether past scandals can help us deal more effectively with the contemporary problems of nation building and police reform.
|General note||Title from title screen(viewed on Jan. 10. 2012).|
|General note||"November 2011."|
|General note||Preserved in the OCLC Digital Archive. Harvested from http://www.usip.org/files/resources/SR%20294.pdf on January 27, 2012.|
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (p. 19).|
|GPO item number||1063-K (online)|
|Govt. docs number
||Y 3.P 31:20/294