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Research and educational journal
Published quarterly since 2007
ISSN 1999-5431
E-ISSN 2409-5095

Lor Ngich  1, Wonhyuk Cho  2
  • 1 Master of Public Management, a Government Officer at the Department of Personnel and Training, General Department of Administration and Security, Anti-Corruption Unit, Cambodia, 20B, Street 154, Sangkat Chey Chumneas, Khan Daun Penh, Phnom Penh, Cambodia 12206.
  • 2 PhD Senior Lecturer of Public Management at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, Room 809, Rutherford House, 23 Lambton Quay, Pipitea, Wellington, New Zealand 6011.

ADDRESSING POLICE CORRUPTION IN SOUTHEAST ASIA: POLITICS, PARTICIPATION, AND PUBLIC MANAGEMENT REFORM

2020. No. 5. P. 9–34 [issue contents]
As people’s interests and concerns on public safety have risen in Southeast Asia, academia has witnessed the growth of public management research on police corruption in the region. Little effort has been made to systematically analyse police corruption studies in Southeast Asia, therefore, we investigate what has been researched on police corruption in Southeast Asia in the field of public management. We present what research focuses there have been regarding anti-corruption measures and how they have changed over the last two decades, and then we offer suggestions for future research on this topic. Our analysis shows that political will was the most studied strategy in managing police corruption in the region, while anti-corruption agencies, police institutional reform and public participation have also been emphasized over time. Each Southeast Asian country places different emphases on these themes depending on the country’s unique context and experiences. 

Citation: Ngich, L. M. & Cho, W. (2020). Addressing Police Corruption in Southeast Asia: Politics, Participation, and Public Management Reform. Public Administration Issues, no 5, (Special Issue I, electronic edition), pp. 9–34 (in English).
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