International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 1, Issue 7, Part J (2015)
Arrest and detention laws in India: An overview
Tanya Singh, Pramod Kumar Singh, Rajeev Kumar Singh
Crime is a grim reality of society existing since the days of ancient period. It is necessary to keep it under control with appropriate measures so as to keep the society in harmony and peace. The system of criminal justice administrating has met a change with the changes in the socio-political situation of the world. Measures are now no longer focused on punishment of accused only but also to improve system by paying compensation to victim of crime and giving a human treatment to the offender also. The person involved in committing a crime becomes a part of criminal justice process and becomes a subject of police action. He is often arrested and put into a police lock-up or jail or remand home primarily to prevent him from further involvement in another offence or attempting tampering with the evidences or from preventing him from ascendance etc.
How to cite this article:
Tanya Singh, Pramod Kumar Singh, Rajeev Kumar Singh. Arrest and detention laws in India: An overview. International Journal of Applied Research. 2015; 1(7): 558-560.