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NCJ Number: 147811 Find in a Library
Journal: Focus on Police Research and Development  Issue:3  Dated:(December 1993)  Pages:complete issue
Editor(s): D M Cannings
Date Published: 1993
Page Count: 63
Type: Report (Annual/Periodic)
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United Kingdom
Annotation: FOCUS is a journal published by the Police Research Group, which was formed in 1992 to facilitate research and development in the police service.
Abstract: Included in this issue of FOCUS are articles on witness intimidation and protection, performance indicators for the police service, the integration of police officers and civilian staff, career breaks in the West Midlands Police, marketing the police, repeat victimization, improving dialogue with the police, West Mercia Constabulary Parish Warden scheme, fingerprint evidence, investigation of motor vehicle crime, tachograph enforcement analysis system, police fleet management, training costs and needs, community quality assessment, and an explanation of the dispersion of the Police Requirements Support Unit. The head of the Police Research Group explains what is definitely on the group's agenda, and what might be. There are also statistical tables, a list of force liaison officers by jurisdiction, an almanac, a book review, and descriptions of other recent publications. Tables, figures, illustrations, photos, publications order form
Main Term(s): Police research
Index Term(s): Courts; England; Police statistics; Research and development
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