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To get the source there isn't always an rpm but usually is a bundle.
I found those at http://cgit.freedesktop.org/PolicyKit/refs/
If you go there you can download the bundle then extract it. Typically it would include a README telling you how to use it which normally goes something like:
But can vary so it is important you look at the README.
I've never used PolicyKit myself and am not sure I'd want to on a commercial distribution like RHEL5.4.