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Public Events and Police ResponseUnderstanding Public Order Policing in Democratic India$
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T.K. Vinod Kumar

Print publication date: 2013

Print ISBN-13: 9780198090335

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: May 2013

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198090335.001.0001

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Statistical Model of Relationship between Public Event and Police Response

Statistical Model of Relationship between Public Event and Police Response

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Public Events and Police Response

T.K. Vinod Kumar

Oxford University Press

The response of police to public events is both systems based and designed to meet the demands of individual events. At the organizational level the response is through the macro organizational structure and through variation in deployment of personnel on a day to day basis. At the individual event level, the response varies in degrees of intervention by police, levels of force used, and the manner of mobilization of the law. This chapter studies the characteristics of public events and looks at different models whereby the relationships between the variables reflecting the characteristics of the event and the dependent variables of police response of decision of intervention, use of force, registration of crime case, and arrest of persons involved are examined. Using multivariate analyses, it attempts at developing a statistical model of relationship between public events and police response.

Keywords:   public events, police response, crime, multivariate analyses, statistical model

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