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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:55592
Doc. No:TL25546
Call number:‭1444514‬
Main Entry:Terry E. White
Title & Author:Police corruption in Iraq: An empirical examination of an age old problem in an emerging democracyTerry E. White
College:University of Central Missouri
Date:2007
Degree:Ed.Sp.
student score:2007
Page No:100
Abstract:Corruption in policing has existed in both democratic and totalitarian governments since their inception. How societies have dealt with or failed to deal with corruption has had serious implications not only within the law enforcement entities themselves, but the societies they serve. There are two key elements that determine what impact corruption has on law enforcement in a democratic society, where law and law enforcement should naturally mirror the values of the society they serve. The first element is the definition of corruption, and second is what types will be allowed to exist. The Iraqi police force is currently comprised of former Saddam Hussein regime police and military personnel and newly hired recruits. The focus of this study is to identify the types of corruption that currently exist and at what levels. Individual data of Iraqi police officers attending various classes in criminal justice studies will be analyzed to determine the types and levels of corruption and other important cause and effect measurements. Iraqi government and police policy implications of this research will be addressed with recommendations for the newly established Iraq government.
Subject:Social sciences; Criminology; 0627:Criminology
Added Entry:G. Bonham
Added Entry:University of Central Missouri