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The Police and International Human Rights Law

Marko Nikolić

391 pages
Arcler Education Inc
The Police and International Human Rights Law examines various International Human Rights Law along with laws related to the police. It highlights the limitations required for the use of force in Law Enforcement, Human Rights indicators and the sovereignty of technique, Human Rights violations and mental illness implications for engagement and adherence. Provides the reader with insights into the reports of police beating and associated harms among people who inject drugs in Bangkok, Thailand, so as to understand that in what ways a common man could protect himself from those generals violating laws which they should be adhered to at first place.
Author Bio
Marko obtained his Master’s degree from University of Belgrade - Faculty of Law in 2014. He specialized in Criminal Law, Family Law and Environmental Law. He spent his Master year studying about international child abduction. He is currently employed in Ministry of Defense’s Legal Department.