Human rights standards are increasingly considered as a model for best practice policing in both developed and developing nations. Policing plays a primary role in the protection of human rights and this subject will ensure students' familiarity with human rights concepts, standards, debates, and the applicability of human rights to the criminal justice system, including policing. Students will also look at vulnerability and discrimination within a rights based framework. The subject will look at how a rights based approach can inform ethical professional practice.
Australian Graduate School of Policing and Security
Any JST level 2 subject
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