Apolityczność policji. Nakaz prawny czy zobowiązanie moralne władzy państwowej?
Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM
The author aims to explicate the term ‘apolitical Police’ and to expand on the postulate that the Police as a state agency should remain apolitical. He analyses the matter in various perspectives, including the informal support given to a political party, personal politics in appointments to positions of power, re-organisations leading to a shift in the balance of power between political parties, pretend activities aimed at achieving publicity goals, discretionary interpretation of targets achieved, etc. The process of making the Police political is however not affected through unlawful acts, but rather by means of generating connections and interrelationships which result from faulty legal provisions. The situation may be improved by perfecting the mechanisms of democracy and by applying high moral standards in politics.
Bezpieczeństwo. Teoria i Praktyka 2008, nr specjalny, s. 9-23.