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The Police Role under Criminal Procedure Code PROJECT SUBMITTED TO Dr Swati Mehta (FACULTY: CRIMINOLOGY AND PENOLOGY) PROJECT SUBMITTED BY SHRISHTI JOSHI SECTION – „C‟ DATE OF SUBMISSION – 10/10/2014 SEMESTER - 9 Roll No. 124 HIDAYATULLAH NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY RAIPUR, C.G. 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS Topic page no. I. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 3 II. INTRODUCTION 4 III. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY/ OBJECTIVES 5 1. Chapter I – 6 THE POLICE AS AN AGENCY OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE 2. Chapter II 7 POLICE ORG
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  1 The Police Role under Criminal Procedure Code PROJECT SUBMITTED TO Dr Swati Mehta (FACULTY: CRIMINOLOGY AND PENOLOGY) PROJECT SUBMITTED BY SHRISHTI JOSHI SECTION  –    „C‟   DATE OF SUBMISSION  –   10/10/2014 SEMESTER - 9 Roll No. 124 HIDAYATULLAH NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY RAIPUR, C.G.  2 TABLE OF CONTENTS Topic    page no. I.   ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 3 II.   INTRODUCTION 4 III.   RESEARCH METHODOLOGY/ OBJECTIVES 5 1.   Chapter I  –   6 THE POLICE AS AN AGENCY OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE 2.   Chapter II 7 POLICE ORGANIZATION 3.   Chapter III 10 STRUCTURE OF POLICE ADMINISTRATION 4.   Chapter IV 12 POLICE STATION 5.   Chapter V 15 ROLE, POWER AND FUNCTION OF POLICE 6.   Chapter VI 19 MAJOR FUNCTION OF POLICE IV.   CONCLUSION 21 V.   REFERENCES 22  3 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS At the outset, I would like to express my heartfelt gratitude and thank my teacher,   Dr Swati Mehta   for putting her trust in me and giving me a project topic such as this and for having the faith in me to deliver. Madam, thank you for an opportunity to help me grow.   My gratitude also goes out to the staff and administration of HNLU for the infrastructure in the form of our library and IT Lab that was a source of great help for the completion of this project. Shrishti Joshi (Semester 9)  4 INTRODUCTION Police are one of the most ubiquitous organisations of the society. The policemen, therefore, happen to be the most visible representatives of the government. In an hour of need, danger, crisis and difficulty, when a citizen does not know, what to do and whom to approach, the police station and a policeman happen to be the most appropriate and approachable unit and person for him. The police are expected to be the most accessible, interactive and dynamic organisation of any society. Their roles, functions and duties in the society are natural to be varied, and multifarious on the one hand; and complicated, knotty and complex on the other. Broadly speaking the twin roles, which the police are expected to play in a society are maintenance of law and maintenance of order. However, the ramifications of these two duties are numerous, which result in making a large inventory of duties, functions, powers, roles and responsibilities of the  police organisation. Police are agents or agencies, usually of the executive, empowered to enforce the law and to ensure public and social order through the legitimized use of force. The term is most commonly associated with police departments of a state that are authorized to exercise the police  power of that state within a defined legal or territorial area of responsibility. In the administration of criminal justice the role of police is of primary importance. The criminal justice process gets ensued and initiated through the police. Besides its key role in the criminal justice process the  police role in the society concerns with maintenance of law and order and security of persons and  property. It is therefore the most important agency of law enforcement and maintenance of peace and civil order in the society.

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