NIGERIAN POLICE, AND SECURITY CHALLENGES DURRING THE 2015 ELECTION (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIAN DIVISIONAL HEADQUARTERS KABALA DOKI KADUNA)

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ABSTRACT

Maintaining peace and order is essential in every society. Security in democratic states become challenging for the specialized force responsible for keeping order known as the police. This work examines the Nigerian Police Divisional Headquarters Kabala Doki Kaduna State concerning security challenges during the 2015 election.
The methodology used in this research are qualitative and quantitative, interview and questionnaire were used in collecting data .The research used theory of policing in analyzing the police in relation to security challenges during the 2015 election.

This research has been concluded based on our findings, the level of security maintained by the police despite the challenges during the 2015.


TABLE OF CONTENT

Title page
List of Tables
List of Figures
Table of Content
Abstract

CHAPTER ONE
1.1       Introduction
1.2       Statement of Problem
1.3       Research Question
1.4       Aim and Objectives
1.5       Research Preposition
1.6       Significance of study
1.7       Research Methodology
1.8       Research Limitations
1.9       Definition of Concepts
1.10     Scheme of Chapters
            References

CHAPTER TWO
2.1       Literature Review
2.2       Theoretical Framework
2.3       Application of theory to the study
            References

CHAPTER THREE
3.1       Historical Background of the Nigerian Police Force
3.2       Nigerian State and Election
3.3       Security in the Nigerian Fourth (4th) Republic
            References

CHAPTER FOUR
4.1       Data Analysis and Presentation, Introduction
4.2       Presentation of Data
4.3       Discussion of findings according to statement of problem
4.4       Discussion of findings according to research questions
4.5       Discussion of findings according to research prepositions
4.6       Discussion of findings based on theoretical framework

CHAPTER FIVE
5.1       Summary
5.2       Conclusion
5.3       Recommendation
            Bibliography


CHAPTER ONE


1.1 INTRODUCTION

Police is the agency of a community or government that is responsible for maintaining public order, preventing and detecting crime. The basic police mission of preserving order by enforcing rules of conduct or laws- was the same in ancient societies as it is in sophisticated urban environments. The conception of police as a protective and law enforcement organization developed from the use of military bodies as guardians of peace such as Praetorian Guard of ancient Rome. During the middle ages, policing authority, particularly in England, was the responsibility of local nobles on their individual estates. Each noble generally appointed an official, known as a constable, to carry out the law. Their duties include keeping the peace, arresting and guarding criminals.

Police origin is product of social crisis in the society. In Nigeria the development of the police force was a tangential direction to that of British Force. British trade interest and the need to prevent squabbles between the native chiefs and the imperial merchants were the impetus for the formation of the force. Consequently, the police grew up as a paramilitary force bearing arms from its inception. The Consular Guards established in Lagos consisting of about 30 men were armed. In 1863, these Guards matured into the Hausa Police and by 1876, the latter developed into Hausa constabulary. It was armed and consisted of a Commissioner, two Assistant Commissioners, A Superintendent, an Assistant Superintendent, a Pay and Quartermaster, A Master Tailor and 250 other ranks. S. G. Ehindero (1998).

The Nigerian police began with thirty member consular guard formed in Lagos Colony in 1961. In 1876 a 1,200-member armed paramilitary Hausa constabulary was formed. In 1896 the Lagos Police was established. A similar force Niger Coast constabulary was formed in Calabar 1894 under the newly proclaimed Niger Coast Protectorate. In the north the Royal Niger company set up the royal Niger company constabulary in 1888 with headquarters at Lokoja. When the Nortern and Southern Nigeria were proclaimed in the early 1990s, part of the Royal Niger Company Constabulary became the Northern Nigeria Police, and part of the Niger Coast Constabulary became the Southern Nigerian Police. Northern and Southern Nigeria were amalgamated in 1914, but their police forces were not merged until 1930, forming.....

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