Work Pressure and Conditions of Police Personnel in Preventing Crime against Women in India: A Critical Study

  • Ashoka Naika B G
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  • Ashoka Naika B G

    Research Scholar at Bangalore University, India

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Pressure at workplace of police personnel has been widely studied in many literature and it remains a constant source of discussion even today as police personnel suffer from various negative stress-associated consequences. The long overdue makings aim at insulting police personnel from any pressure whatsoever, particularly, political pressure, separation of investigation from law and order, mental health of police personnel is of major concern, because the pressure police personnel behave in ways that are dangerous not only to them, but also to their colleagues, offenders and public at large, any concern for police personnel promoting. However, it will be incomplete, if it does not take into account the inhuman work culture which is ruling police personnel in India, The police personnel in India work under very severe constraints. The overall work pressure of police personnel, particularly of subordinate and middle rank officers is dehumanizing and DE intellectualizing. As a result, it will be a great difficulty to the police personnel to concentrate effectively to conduct qualitative investigation to prevent crime against women. The researcher has made an attempt to justify that the work pressure of police personnel has unsuccessful to prevent crime against women.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 4, Page 3215 - 3227


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