Use of Special Means in Police Work
|1.||Rights of Police officers to use special means||5|
|2.||Classification of special means||7|
|2.1.||Special means application order||7|
|3.||Statistics from the Valmiera district when police officers have used special means||11|
|Conclusions and recommendations||13|
|Literature and sources list||15|
Conclusions and recommendations
Police officers, before using special means, in every situation have to remember the cases in which they may be used. Unjustified use of special means may violate human rights, as well as the offender or any other person may be harmed. Before using special means, police officers have to try to resolve the situation differently, for example, by persuading the offender to voluntarily surrender.
The author thinks that specials means are necessary because police officers do not know when and what will happen in their everyday work. They face different situations and different people who are unpredictable. Police officers are in potential risk at their work.
Unfortunately, it often can be seen that police officers are not issued with all the necessary special means. The most common reason is the lack of them. These shortcomings may lead to very serious consequences and, therefore, they should be eliminated as soon as possible. There is a need to devote more attention to police employee safety, because if a police officer does not have all the necessary special means, that is due to him, in some situations may be jeopardized the health and the life of a policeman.
- Analysis of Article 38 of the International Court of Justice / Starptautiskās Tiesas 38. Reglamenta analīze
- Protection of Human Rights in the European Union / Cilvēktiesību aizsardzība Eiropas Savienībā
- Use of Special Means in Police Work
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