Police Training & Public Dissent

By Luis Alberto D'Elia.

Published by The Organization Collection

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Canadian police educational program planning models are studied and contrasted with some Western European models in their adequacy to prepare officers to respect the rights of protesters to dissent.

Keywords: Educational Program Planning Models, Public Protest, Police Human Rights Education, Police Discretionary Powers

International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 5, pp.67-80. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 2.295MB).

Prof Luis Alberto D'Elia

Luis Alberto D’Elia is a former prisoner of conscience from the Argentina of the 70’s. A Clinical Biochemist Doctor when he and his wife were imprisoned for their social justice work, Luis became a passionate human rights defender. Married with three children, Luis completed a BSc in Biological Sciences (University of Alberta, UofA), worked in microbiology research, completed an After-Degree in Education (UofA) worked as a teacher in Alberta since 1989, obtained a Master’s degree in Educational Policy Studies-Adult & Higher Education (UofA), and he is presently teaching at the University of Alberta’s Faculty of Education. He is also the Police & Human Rights Coordinator for Amnesty International Canada and he is a member of few committees and Board of Directors of social justice and international development organizations. All volunteer posts. Luis paints, performs SouthAmerican dances, and plays strings in a Latino band with his wife and friends.

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