Sociological Analysis of the Problems Faced by Women Police, A Study of District Multan

Hina Aslam, Dr. Saima Afzal, Zahid Hussain Shah, Sonia Akram, Ghulam Sidra

Abstract


Women are partaking in every one of the areas of life. They have critical job in state and security as police. The present study illustrates the sociological analysis of the issues faced by the ladies police, for example, socio-cultural issues and to investigate the determinants which sway the professional efficacy of women police. The study expects to have a quantitative research on ladies police. The exploration was led in the District Multan with a sample of 218 ladies police respondents belonging to the three different divisions of police including Punjab police, Traffic police and Elite police. Simple random sampling was utilized. The data was collected through questionnaire. Comparative analysis of the strata (counting single/wedded and nuclear/joint) was likewise exhibited based on viability of women police force. The outcomes investigated that Effectiveness of ladies police force is significantly different (p<0.05) for single and wedded ladies police respondents yet insignificant for the respondents from nuclear and joint family structure. The comparison was likewise exhibited between the Punjab police and Elite police based on working hours. The outcomes showed that there is significant difference in working hours among respondents having a place with Punjab police and Elite police.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21015/vtess.v10i2.1036

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