Police Integrity in South Africa

; Adri Sauerman

Policing in South Africa is infamous for its extensive history of abusive law enforcement. Since the end of apartheid, the transition agenda has better control over police actions and the development of a police culture intolerant of police misconduct. Les mer
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Policing in South Africa is infamous for its extensive history of abusive law enforcement. Since the end of apartheid, the transition agenda has better control over police actions and the development of a police culture intolerant of police misconduct. The transition has been evaluated as a success by some, while heavily criticized by others. This book offers a unique perspective by providing in-depth analyses of police integrity in South Africa.

Drawing on extensive research and nationwide surveys, this book offers a comprehensive and contextual exploration of police misconduct and police integrity in South Africa. Its examines all relevant legal, political, historical, social, and economic conditions in South Africa and considers the relationship between police integrity and race, gender, and political divide. It will be of interest to all law enforcement scholars and those engaged in comparative studies of policing and criminal justice.

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