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NCJ Number: 127711 Find in a Library
Title: Innovation Exchange
Journal: Innovation Exchange  Issue:1  Dated:(Summer 1990)  Pages:complete issue
Corporate Author: Israel Police Headquarters
Editor(s): R Geva
Date Published: 1990
Page Count: 39
Sponsoring Agency: Israel Police Headquarters
Jerusalem, Israel
Type: Report (Technical Assistance)
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: Israel
Annotation: This publication presents 24 articles describing innovations and new developments in crime prevention, law enforcement, and corrections in Israel.
Abstract: Individual articles discuss the founding of the National Council for Crime Reduction, the activities of committees focusing on crimes related to vehicles and to the elderly, the computerized information center of the Israel Ministry of Police, and the reorganization of the Israel Prison Service. Other articles focus on religious rehabilitation for Jewish inmates of Israeli prisons, technology used in bomb disposal and in investigations of crime scenes, and techniques for determining whether a key is an original or a duplicate. Further articles focus on the use of videotapes for interrogations and the recording of evidence, AIDS prevention efforts, the use of automatic vehicle identification to prevent vehicle theft, and the police use of aircraft. Photographs
Main Term(s): Policing innovation
Index Term(s): Correctional organization; Crime prevention planning; Investigative techniques; Israel
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