Human Rights and Police
Police have a primary role to protect the state and individuals to ensure that everyone lives safely. To do this, they constantly manage the rights of individuals with the responsibilities of the state, putting them in positions where they make important decisions often during critical situations and without time to reflect and ask for advice. This programme will help officers develop the skills and understanding to allow them to make decisions which are effective and compliant with Human Rights legislation.
The learning will focus on:
- How Human Rights legislation can support officers
- Operational decision making during critical situations
- Managing various rights
Delivered by one of our team of highly experienced Police and Human Rights experts, this course will prepare students to make decisions which are compliant and effective to help them dealing with Critical and Major Incidents, Crime and other Investigations, Public order and day-to-day decisions. The course will be delivered through workshops. Each of these workshops will develop skills and understanding and will allow officers to be engaged and practice use of their new skills. The workshops are each assessed and provide students the opportunity to reflect on their learning and ensure it is focused on their operational needs.
The course aims to consider the UN Charter on Human Rights, the Arab League Charter on Human Rights and police practice to enable them to use these frameworks to improve their decision making, operational skills and record keeping.
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