Police officers are confronted with human rights’ dilemmas on a daily basis. Making tough ethical choices and decissions is part of their job. This has always been the case: during World War 2, Belgian police officials were deployed by the nazi regime to execute violent raids on Jews. From their reports we get an insight in how they dealt with this task: did they obey wilfully or did they resist?
Kazerne Dossin and the integrated police combined forces and developed trainings in which historica l knowledge and experience are used to refine police officials’ strategies in dealing with human rights’ issues.