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STUDY ON SATISFACTION OF COLLEGE STUDENTS ON MOBILE COUNSELLING WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO WOMEN POLICE STATIONS IN COIMBATORE DISTRICT

STUDY ON SATISFACTION OF COLLEGE STUDENTS ON MOBILE COUNSELLING WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO WOMEN POLICE STATIONS IN COIMBATORE DISTRICT

dealing with women victims of violence and (2) the cultural and organizational context under which women police stations operate in India and in Brazil. Natarajan, M. (2005) her article on “Women Police Stations as a Dispute Processing System: The Tamil Nadu Experience in Dealing with Dowry-Related Domestic Violence Cases Women & Criminal Justice” had stated that for many families, dowry giving in India has become a status symbol that has penetrated all socio-economic levels of the country. Analysis of the data found that a majority of the women, 93 percent, were satisfied with the immediate response of the police and that many of the cases were successfully resolved and violence was frequently reduced. The success of the AWPUs shows the need for increased training in dispute resolution techniques for women police.
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Detainees' perception of the doctors and the medical institution in Spanish police stations: An impediment in the fight against torture and ill-treatment

Detainees' perception of the doctors and the medical institution in Spanish police stations: An impediment in the fight against torture and ill-treatment

Although there has been some improve- ments from the first to the second study period, our results clearly indicate that the medical institution in police stations still fails to constitute a preventive means against torture and ill-treatment, which we also have found previously by other means (Petersen et al., 2002; Morentin et al., 2008) and which has also been indicated by the CPT (CPT 2011). These results can be considered together with the fact that many crucial issues dealt with by the CPT in their recommenda- tions to the Spanish government appeared to have been ignored e.g. the doctor's obligation to introduce him/herself and to conduct the examination out of hearing distance of police officers and that the detainee and his/her lawyer should be provided with the results of the medical examination (CPT 2011). This leads to the inference that the CPT has only had limited effect on the preventive function of medical examinations in police stations. The responsibility for this lies with the Spanish government.
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Inside the Nigeria Police Force: An Examination of the Condition and Facilities at the Police Stations in Ilorin Metropolis of Kwara State Nigeria

Inside the Nigeria Police Force: An Examination of the Condition and Facilities at the Police Stations in Ilorin Metropolis of Kwara State Nigeria

Policing has moved beyond the level it is practiced in Nigeria. Today, computer system and other IT gadgets, for instance, have become essential tools of communication within the police departments around the world. The uses of the internet, database, security cameras, and other forms of digital communication system have made it so easy to capture information and generate a speedy report without any stress (Ackroyd et al, 1992). In addition, technology has simplified the means of exchanging information between police departments. Sharing of records or information such as images, video, and reports that can be used to track and identify criminal suspects anywhere have become so easy and have assisted greatly in policing. Furthermore, police stations are equipped with the recreational centre, exercise unit and interrogation section with modern facilities that will enhance interrogation without the use of force. Also, operational vehicles are now computerized and equipped with modern facilities that allow officers to call for backup, check people identity and verify car plate numbers (Chan, 2001; Nunn, 2001).
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Pubs, police stations and post offices: bowling a local community over with a cricket heritage project

Pubs, police stations and post offices: bowling a local community over with a cricket heritage project

The key issue was audience. In line with HLF philosophy, we wanted to reach the widest audience possible. There was no point staging the exhibitions initially in cricket club pavilions because only cricket folk would see them. We wanted non-cricket folk – mainly, young people, old people, women and children - to take an interest and learn more about the social history of local clubs and their community role. Hence, our incursions into pubs, post offices, police stations and other community locations. The approach was one of outreach and evangelism: we’ll come to you! (With part of the grant we appointed a Community Outreach Officer – Rob Light, who was studying for a Phd on nineteenth-century cricket in the West Riding). By the same token, we wanted to be accessible and anything but predictable in the way that we designed the exhibitions. This meant an emphasis on images rather than text, on ‘novelties’ and ‘gimmicks’, and the local, social context rather than simply local cricket history.
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The Magnitude of Unclaimed End of Life Vehicles and Environmental Implications in Police Stations’ Yards: A Case Study of Nairobi, Kenya

The Magnitude of Unclaimed End of Life Vehicles and Environmental Implications in Police Stations’ Yards: A Case Study of Nairobi, Kenya

Abstract: One of the Kenyan government visions is to transform Nairobi City into a metropolis by 2030 and this will not only come with improved road infrastructure but also an increase in vehicle ownership rate. Vehicles are essential to society and are continually increasing in use. In Kenya, road transport accounts for 93% of passenger and freight mobility with over 1.3 million registered vehicles. Over 780,000 vehicles (approximately 60%) operate in Nairobi. The vehicles often come to the end of their useful lives and stockpiles of unclaimed vehicles are a common sight in police stations’ yards in Kenya. Although, unclaimed end of life vehicles have the potential to pollute the environment they are also recyclable resources. To understand this waste management problem which is one of the challenges to development in Kenya and Africa, this study investigated the magnitude (nature and extent) and environmental impacts of unclaimed vehicles in police stations’ yards in Kenya. Standardized questionnaires and focused group interviews were used to collect data on number of unclaimed vehicles, vehicle type, category and potential environmental impacts. The preliminary results of the research show that passenger cars and matatus were predominant types at 42% and 24%, respectively. 86% were non-operational vehicles while 14% were operational vehicles impounded due to traffic rules infringement. The potential environmental impacts included contamination of land and water supplies by leaking fluids e.g. engine oil, possible injuries due to rusting broken vehicle parts, potential health hazard risks to children living within the police stations, breeding places for rodents, mosquitoes and other pathogens. The vehicles also cause obstruction (visual pollution).The conclusion can be drawn that unclaimed vehicles’ problem requires immediate decisions and actions in order to curb it or else it will get worse as motorization and population increases rapidly. Following statistical analysis of the results, some recommendations will also be presented.
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Pubs, police stations and post offices: bowling a local community over with a cricket heritage project

Pubs, police stations and post offices: bowling a local community over with a cricket heritage project

The key issue was audience. In line with HLF philosophy, we wanted to reach the widest audience possible. There was no point staging the exhibitions initially in cricket club pavilions because only cricket folk would see them. We wanted non-cricket folk – mainly, young people, old people, women and children - to take an interest and learn more about the social history of local clubs and their community role. Hence, our incursions into pubs, post offices, police stations and other community locations. The approach was one of outreach and evangelism: we’ll come to you! (With part of the grant we appointed a Community Outreach Officer – Rob Light, who was studying for a Phd on nineteenth-century cricket in the West Riding). By the same token, we wanted to be accessible and anything but predictable in the way that we designed the exhibitions. This meant an emphasis on images rather than text, on ‘novelties’ and ‘gimmicks’, and the local, social context rather than simply local cricket history.
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The right of access to a lawyer at police stations: Making the European Union directive work in practice

The right of access to a lawyer at police stations: Making the European Union directive work in practice

Another potentially important factor in the delivery of legal advice and assistance at police stations is the way in which duty lawyer schemes are organised. A police station duty lawyer scheme was in operation in all of the jurisdictions in the study, but whilst in England and Wales, and Scotland, they were standard schemes organised by the legal aid authority, in France and the Netherlands they diff ered depending upon the locality; in France they were organised by the local bar, and in the Netherlands by the Legal Aid Board. Th e method by which the police gave notifi cation that a suspect requested a duty lawyer also diff ered between the jurisdictions. In England and Wales, some regions in the Netherlands, and in Scotland, contact with the duty lawyer scheme was via a central contact point, operated by the legal aid authority, which then notifi ed the lawyer on duty. However, in the areas of the Netherlands where the research was conducted, the police contacted the duty lawyer directly, as did the police in one of the areas researched in France. In the other French area, a fairly large city, the local bar had appointed a duty lawyer co-ordinator, who was the contact point for the police. Generally, the various arrangements worked relatively smoothly in terms of ensuring that a duty lawyer was contacted; although in Scotland a minority of police offi cers said that they would prefer to contact the duty lawyer directly in order to save time, whereas offi cers in police stations in the Netherlands (where they had to contact the duty lawyer directly) resented having to “chase lawyers down”. 78
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Synchronizing Emergency Services on Accident Detection and Fall Detection: Using IoT

Synchronizing Emergency Services on Accident Detection and Fall Detection: Using IoT

The hospitals and police stations communicate with the Android device with the help of Web services. Web services are applications that communicate over the Internet using the Hypertext Transfer Protocol(HTTP). When the user registers from the Android phone, all the information is stored on the centralized database on the cloud immediately through this web service. A user interface is provided for the hospitals and the police stations where a list of the notifications is displayed along with the name of the user and the user’s exact GPS location. The location of the victim can be viewed on a Google Map. Also, on a button click, the user details that were stored in the database during registration are fetched and displayed. The use of cloud allows these web services and android application to communicate from any location without compromising the speed.
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A Statistical Data Analysis of Road Traffic Accidents in Jaipur City

A Statistical Data Analysis of Road Traffic Accidents in Jaipur City

Data of road accidents were collected in two steps. In the initial stage, data on road accidents of Jaipur city were collected from three Police Stations (East zone police station near Gandhi circle , West zone police station Bani park ,South zone police station Ajmeri gate) in the city for three years. The data included Accident Date, Accident Time, Location of the Accident, Collision Type, Number of Vehicles Involved, Number of Deaths, Injury, Cost of Property Damage, Details of Driver and some more information about how accident occurred. It was found that more than thousand accidents occurred in Jaipur in last year.
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Profile re victimized women by violence domestic in the municipality of santarém – pará

Profile re victimized women by violence domestic in the municipality of santarém – pará

The research points to an object of re-victimized women profile study, which are victims in more than one police procedure recorded in the PSSWA in Santarémcity, Pará State, Brazil, and may be the same offender or another, usually domestic, family life or affective tie with the victim.Most women are in the age group 18-24 years (27.00%), followed those aged 35-64 years (25.00%). Representing the total of 52% of the records, it is noticed that 5.00% of cases involve adolescents and only 1,00% refers to older women (Figure 1).In this particular case, the youngest victim has 17 years and the oldest is 82 years old. These results lead to assert that there is no age limit to be subject to some form of violence, that is, a woman under 15 years or over 70 years, not so regardless of their age (RAMOS et al., 2011). The only Elderly woman victim of domestic violence research has age of 82 years during the research period held two proceedings against his son. But, there are records in police stations that municipality that it already had arrested the son in flagrante delicto five times, mostly on charges of crimes of physical assault and threats. The attacker passes a period stuck in the local prison, but when it is released returns to
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MisOr-Patrol: A Web Application for Crime Prevention and Control through Police and Community Collaboration

MisOr-Patrol: A Web Application for Crime Prevention and Control through Police and Community Collaboration

The MisOr-Patrol was pilot tested for three months. The application was hosted in one of the remote web servers of an I.T. service provider and is accessible via internet. Police officers and personnel of MOPPO and Municipal Police Stations undergone formal orientation on the different features of the application. MisOr-Patrol Administrators were identified and trained how to use the administrator’s control panel. On the other hand, local residents of the province were also oriented of the new application.

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Algorithm To Identify Location Of Incidents In Public Buses And Respective Nearest Authority Using Spherical Cosine Rule

Algorithm To Identify Location Of Incidents In Public Buses And Respective Nearest Authority Using Spherical Cosine Rule

Abstract: Reporting the incidents to authorities in developing countries that can take actions has been a chaotic and slow process. This paper proposes an algorithm for a system that automatically reports events that compromise passengers’ safety to respective authorities by using spherical cosine rule. When an incident such as an accident, over speeding or overloading of passengers occurs the system identifies the closest police station. It does so by calculating the shortest distance between latitudes and longitudes of the place where the event occurred and those of the closest police station. Then it identifies the next police station which the bus will encounter and where the event can be reported and immediate action carried out. The public buses will be equipped with GPS which will generate coordinates and there will be a database which contains the coordinates for the police stations along the main roads.
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													Network analysis using gis and remote sensing for emergency response system of pune city

1. Network analysis using gis and remote sensing for emergency response system of pune city

Firstly, road network and location of services like fire, hospital and police stations has been extracted through Google image and to assess the vulnerable areas and existing emergency response system of study area. Based on the road network markup of various facilities like fire, medical center, police station etc is done. The shortest path to reach incident place and related associate place is prepared. Fire risk zone identification based on slums, industries, mills and petrol pumps along the road network is arranged. Emergency support systems like fire brigade station and medical center facility management are located. Step VI - Report writing and submission:
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Spatial – Local Evaluation and Analysis of Crimes Using Time Series Model and ARCGIS Software

Spatial – Local Evaluation and Analysis of Crimes Using Time Series Model and ARCGIS Software

affect distribution of such crime rate. The other important point is related to Molasadra region which is in high economic level. Occurrence of such cases is expected in this level of social life in this region and previously mentioned regions. · Economic crimes: Police Station 11 has highest rank in terms of these crimes and police stations 17, 12, 13 and 14, respectively, are in the next ranks. It is an evident result, because majority of economic centers are located in this part of the city and its focus in the regions with this phase of society is more observed. Of course, it should be pointed out that presence of economic centers has direct impact in this regard and causes such result.
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Securitizing British India: A New Framework of Analysis for the First Anglo Afghan War

Securitizing British India: A New Framework of Analysis for the First Anglo Afghan War

The study area is the City of Atlanta, GA. From the Atlanta Regional Commission’s GIS webpage, http://www.atlantaregional.com/info-center/gis-data-maps/gis-data , census boundary files, major roads, and community facilities, contains libraries, police stations, hospitals and other locations (ARC 2012). My thesis advisor provided the original UHIv7 file including the seven variables used to calculate the index, (a) % with bachelor’s degree or higher; (b) % high school graduates or higher; (c) % above poverty level; (d) % employed; (e) % of household not headed by a single female with children under 18 years old; (f) household mean income; and (g) household median income.
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Present Condition of Road Traffic Accident: A Case Study of Rajshahi City, Bangladesh

Present Condition of Road Traffic Accident: A Case Study of Rajshahi City, Bangladesh

Road accident is an incisive problem in highway transportation system which directly sentenced to death, injury and property damage. Rajshahi is one of the most crucial cities in Bangladesh where road accident frequently occurs. Many people die and seriously injured every year in Rajshahi city due to accident. The statistical data of road accident of Rajshahi city is presented in this paper. Data of accidents for three years (2011, 2012 & 2013) were collected from four Police Stations which are situated in Rajshahi city. It is observed that, 51 accidents occur in this time span. It has been found that six intersections and four mid-blocks are the most hazardous, where the rate of accident frequency is high. These intersections and mid-blocks were located by GPS technology and finally a map is drawn by GIS to indicate these locations. The analysis shows that 41.67% victims were between ages 20 to 35 years old. The vehicles are mostly responsible for accidents that are trucks (26%) and buses (23%). Truck accidents caused in city road accidents contribute 32.56% of total deaths while other vehicles such as Bus 23.26%, Private Car 4.65%, Auto Rickshaw 9.30%, Bike 11.63%, Vutvuti 11.63%, Rickshaw/Van 2.33%, Emma 2.33% and Micro bus 2.33% of total fatalities.
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Accident Mitigation and Management Measures for NH 44(India) from Khannabal to Qazigung in Jammu Kashmir

Accident Mitigation and Management Measures for NH 44(India) from Khannabal to Qazigung in Jammu Kashmir

In conclusion, traffic police records and newspaper records of the stretch gave an insight into the magnitude of the problem of accidents on the stretch from Khannabal to Qazigund. On analyzing the data, it was clear that there are many black spots where corrections need to be done. After site visits at the black spots, the primary data was collected and thereby analyzed further. This made it clear that many geometric aspects like shoulder width, SSD, curve length, gradient of the road need to be corrected. Also, traffic management on the road needs to be undertaken to stop
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It becomes about politics. They want buy-in but their attitude gets in the way. I can tell you the biggest reason people don’t go to the state police because they are the state police. Ask any cop what they think of the troopers. You’ll get something like “Oh, those guys who think they are hot shit.” They don’t even have to have had much contact with them. It’s institutional. They need to go do an aggressive public relations campaign to make it happen. They need to come and say, “We need your help,” but that’s not happening. If I didn’t know anything about ILP and I went to that training you were at, I would come away not knowing anything about ILP. Because what they didn’t say is, “We’re the state police. We have a fusion center but what we need is you. We’re not making our own intel. We need you to report to us and, in turn, this is what we can do for you.” What they said “We’re the state police. We’re awesome. We have all these cool tools. We’re the smartest guys out there. Send your people to us.” It’s the delivery. Listen, I like them personally but they need to fight something that is greater than them. It’s the culture of the state police and they aren’t doing a very good job fighting it. There’s no buy-in to the fusion center because the troopers don’t buy into us. They think they are better than us municipal cops. So they have a lot of resources but how well are they used?
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Noval Mobile Network Service for Road Safety

Noval Mobile Network Service for Road Safety

Various mathematical concepts are utilized. Basically, in the mobile ad hoc network design, the network is formed as a two dimensional graph. The characteristics of the network are bounded and the boundaries are well defined. The Network paths are defined. The mobility of the mobile nodes are utilizing the mathematical queuing theory[6]. That is the entry of the mobile nodes in to the ad hoc network is Poisson distribution. Mathematically, the Fixed stations are considered as a Service channels and the service discipline as Exponential distribution.

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Policing, due to the unique stressors, has been widely regarded as a stressful profession, which in turn results in disruption of the psychological as well as physiological homeostasis of the individual, leading to deviant functioning in the working environment. The current study also demonstrated a very high prevalence of occupational stress– 90 % reported operational stress (high stress by 70 % and moderate stress by 20%) and 80% reported organizational stress (both high stress and moderate stress by 40% each).This prevalence was higher when compared to that reported by Ragesh et al who demonstrated organizational stress to be 72% (moderate stress in 68% and high stress in 14%) prevalence of operational stress to be 83% (moderate stress in 67% and high stress in 16.5%). 4 This difference might be due to the fact that current study recruited only female police officers. Berg et al, Maran et al as well as Ragesh et al found that policewomen reported higher stress levels than their male colleagues. 4,8,9 As shown above, the current study showed perceived operational stress to be higher than organizational stress. This is contrary to the findings of Gershon et al as well as Brooks and Piquero who claimed administrative or organizational stress to be more than operational stress. 10,11
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