Democratic policing: A conceptual framework, pp. 121-155
Written by Lukas Muntingh, Andrew Faull, Jean Redpath and Kristen Petersen
Democratic policing, as opposed to regime policing, must meet at least three requirements: there is democratic accountability of and for the police; the police adhere to the rule of law; and the police behave in a manner that is procedurally fair in service of the public. The article presents a conceptual framework of nine dimensions applicable...
Understanding, protecting, promoting and entrenching rule of law: What individuals, constitutional institutions, state entities and civil society must do
Written by Justice Mahomed Solomon Navsa
The gains of the struggle against apartheid must be consolidated through the establishment of the rule of law: this was the central message in Justice Navsa’s address as speaker at the Dean’s Distinguished Lecture, delivered at UWC Faculty of Law on 24 October 2019. In an age where the Constitution is under attack from many sides, Justice Navsa emphasised the importance of fulfilling the promises of that Constitution, not only by government and public officials, but by each citizen...
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