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NCJ Number: 122702 Find in a Library
Title: Essex Police: Annual Report, 1989
Author(s): J H Burrow
Corporate Author: Headquarters
Essex County Police
P O Box No. 2
United Kingdom
Date Published: 1990
Page Count: 97
Type: Report (Annual/Periodic)
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United Kingdom
Annotation: This annual report outlines the key operational goals pursued by the Essex County Police (U.K.) in 1989: to improve police-community relations, to reduce the incidence of crime and public disorder, to impact on the crime rate and number of traffic accidents, and to increase effectiveness against street nuisances.
Abstract: In 1990, operational goals are to provide high levels of police service, to encourage public involvement and cooperation, to impact on the crime rate and number of traffic accidents, to combat drug-related offenses, and to increase effectiveness against street nuisances. Other topics covered in the report are territorial division reviews; the criminal investigation department; support division; management and technical services division; personnel department; headquarters administration division; complaints, press, and public relations departments; and sporting, social, and community activities. 14 appendixes.
Main Term(s): Foreign police
Index Term(s): England; Foreign crime statistics; Foreign police training; Foreign police/community relations
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