European Police Systems, Випуск 3

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Century Company, 1915 - 442 стор.

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Сторінка vi - I mean the due regulation and domestic order of the kingdom, whereby the individuals of the state, like members of a well-governed family, are bound to conform their general behavior to the rules of propriety, good neighborhood and good manners, and to be decent, industrious and inoffensive in their respective stations.
Сторінка 79 - Portfolio shall be appointed by the President of the Republic upon the recommendation of the President of the Executive Yuan.
Сторінка 152 - ... adopt its own standards and select its own men. As a result, police executives are sometimes taken from the departments of other towns, or they are promoted from among the assistants in the same force, or, occasionally, they are drawn from the army or the Royal Irish Constabulary. In contrast with the Continental officials there are few among them who have received a legal degree. Most of them are men who have made police work- a distinct profession, entering the service as ordinary constables...
Сторінка 160 - The police in short, are not the representatives of an arbitrary and despotic power, directed against the rights or obtrusively interfering with the pleasures of law-abiding citizens : they are simply a disciplined body of men, specially engaged in protecting ' masses ' as well as ' classes,' from any infringement of their rights on the part of those who are not law-abiding.
Сторінка 7 - In sharp contrast is the Continental theory, which, evolved from the necessities of autocratic government, makes of the police force the strong arm of the ruling classes. The Continental policeman is the servant of the Crown or the higher authorities; the people have no share in his duties, nor, indeed, any connection with them. He possesses powers greatly exceeding those of the citizen. Under ordinary circumstances he cannot be prosecuted for illegal action unless permission is obtained from the...
Сторінка 152 - In this respect, therefore, English and Continental practice differ widely. In Germany, Austria, France, and Italy, it would be impossible for a man who has served as a patrolman ever to become the chief of his force in his own or in any other city. The prevailing class distinctions and social lines forbid. Indeed, the idea appears never to have been considered on the Continent, and questions on this score elicit stares of amazement. It is only in democratic England that such a practice could prevail....
Сторінка 71 - See also his recent article in the Journal of the Society of Comparative Legislation — New Series, VoL VIII, Part I.
Сторінка 6 - ... a person paid to perform, as a matter of duty, acts which if he were so minded he might have done voluntarily'.
Сторінка 54 - County, and at his Pleasure may dismiss all or any of them, and shall have the general Disposition and Government of all the Constables so to be appointed, subject to such lawful Orders as he may receive from the Justices in General or Quarter Session assembled, or at any Adjournment thereof, and to the Rules established for the Government of the Force.
Сторінка 82 - The conditions 1The local government of Italy has so closely followed the French model, that the resemblance between the two amounts almost to duplication. The kingdom is divided into 69 provinces, corresponding closely to the French departments. At the head of each province is a prefect appointed by the Crown, and directly responsible to the Minister of the Interior. For further details, see The Governments of Europe, Frederic Austin Ogg, New York, 1913, pp. 383 ff., and Governments and Parties...

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