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NCJ Number: 157313 Find in a Library
Title: Innovative Exchange
Journal: Innovative Exchange  Issue:5  Dated:(Summer 1995)  Pages:complete issue
Corporate Author: Israel Ministry of Police
Editor(s): R Geva
Date Published: 1995
Page Count: 63
Sponsoring Agency: Israel Ministry of Police
Jerusalem, Israel
Type: Survey
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: Israel
Annotation: This publication discusses innovations and implementations in law enforcement, crime prevention, corrections, and legislation taking place in Israel.
Abstract: The section on technology contains articles on a bomb disposal mini-tractor, communications improvement, satellite signals, and rifle testing. The second section is comprised of articles on police management issues, including procurement, the impact of the Middle East peace process on the Israel National Police, and police violence. The publication contains several articles on crime prevention, discussing youth police volunteers, teen beach patrol units, and vehicle theft prevention. In the area of identification and investigation, articles cover training police arson investigators, using dogs in arson investigations, and implementing a new automatic national fingerprint identification system. Cooperative efforts between Israeli law enforcement and police agencies in Australia, Haiti, and Jordan are described in another section. The section on corrections discusses parenting education in Israeli prisons, prisoners' exercise of their right to vote, inmate employment programs, and issues related to prisoners with AIDS.
Main Term(s): Foreign police
Index Term(s): Foreign correctional systems; Foreign crime prevention; International Law Enforcement Cooperation; Israel; Police equipment; Police management; Science and Technology
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