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Commercial vehicle drivers (‘trotro’ drivers) who experience police corruption are more likely to break traffic laws – Research

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Commercial vehicle drivers (‘trotro’ drivers) who experience police corruption are more likely to break traffic laws. That’s the finding from ...

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Study looks at support for offender rehabilitation among Ghanaian prison officers

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Support among prison officers in Ghana for the rehabilitation of offenders is heavily dependent on their sense of self-legitimacy, a ...

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A new study on what motivates young educated Ghanaians to report corruption to anti-corruption agencies

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Young educated Ghanaians are more likely to report corruption to anti-corruption agencies if they are certain it will lead to ...

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How young educated Ghanaians view corruption

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A corruption scandal is in the news in Ghana again. Media reports suggest an elaborate scheme of cronyism in the ...

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Confronting Political Vigilantism in Ghana [Policy Brief]

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On 9 April 2019, Ghana’s two main political parties – the ruling New Patriotic Party and the opposition National Democratic ...

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Why Do Young Ghanaian Adults Engage in Corruption?

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Results from a study by Dr Tankebe, Professor Karstedt (Griffith University) and Adu-Poku (University of Ghana) show that citizenly pride ...

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Dr Tankebe speaks to The Conversation Africa about political vigilantism Ghana

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The US has announced it is ready to support Ghana to deal with the issue of political vigilantism – a growing threat ...

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Are Murder and Robbery on the Increase in Ghana? Analysis of Police Crime Statistics

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In this research brief, Dr Tankebe and Dr Boakye analyse trends in violent crimes in Ghana between 2012 and 2018. ...

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What drives police violence in Ghana, and what can be done about it

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Student protests in Ghana resulted in the temporary closure of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. The cause: ...

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Ghanaians want death penalty expunged from justice system — Survey

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A survey conducted by the African Institute for Crime, Policy and Governance Research (AFRICPGR) has revealed that majority of Ghanaians ...

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African Institute for Crime, Policy and Governance Research Statement on Pronouncements by Hon. Speaker of Parliament on the Death Penalty

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1. The Africa Institute for Crime, Policy and Governance Research (Africpgr) has taken note of comments by the Speaker of ...

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Dr Daniel Marshall’s new book Privacy and Criminal Justice with Professor Terry Thomas has been published.

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Dr Daniel Marshall’s new book Privacy and Criminal Justice with Professor Terry Thomas has been published. With the advancement of ...

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