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2017 | 11 | 1 | 49-64
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Afgańska Policja Państwowa jako organ bezpieczeństwa państwa. Uwarunkowania i determinanty jej funkcjonowania

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Afghan National Police as the state security body. Conditions and determinants of its functioning
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W artykule przedstawiono i przeanalizowano główne problemy występujące w Afgańskiej Policji Państwowej. Wśród nich należy wymienić złe zarządzanie, słabe wyszkolenie i wyekwipowanie, zmilitaryzowany charakter, ograniczoną lojalność funkcjonariuszy, nadużywanie przez nich przemocy i łamanie prawa, korupcję i problemy w finansowaniu, nierówności, dyskryminację i inne. W artykule dokonano niezbędnych ocen i wskazano kierunki koniecznych zmian. Główną tezą artykułu jest stwierdzenie, że ze względu na powyższe problemy afgańska policja nie jest w stanie prawidłowo wykonywać powierzonych jej zadań, głównie tych o charakterze stricte policyjnym. Podstawową metodą badawczą wykorzystaną podczas pisania artykułu jest analiza źródeł tekstowych.
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The article presents and analyzes the main problems of the Afghan National Police. These include poor management, poor training and equipping, militarized character, limited loyalty of the officers, abusing of violence and breaking the law, corruption and problems with financing, inequality, discrimination, and others. The author has made the essential assessments and pointed directions of necessary changes. The main thesis of the article is that due to the above problems the Afghan police are not able to properly fulfill its tasks, mainly those which are strictly to the police. The basic research method used during researches is the method of analysing the source text.
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11
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