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NCJ Number: 151763 Find in a Library
Title: Police Almanac 1992
Author(s): H G Heger
Date Published: 1992
Page Count: 833
Sale Source: Postbus 14
Uitgeverij J.B. Van Den Brink
& Co.
7240 BA - Lochem,
Netherlands
Type: Policy/Procedure Handbook/Manual
Language: Dutch
Country: Netherlands
Annotation: This annual publication describes the Dutch police organizational structure, responsibilities, requirements, duties, salary scales, and rules and regulations for 1992. It also provides regional, State, and local names, addresses, and telephone numbers.
Abstract: The book also lists literature resources, police journals and magazines available in many languages, regional directors with their pictures, border patrol information, information on all other organizational branches of the Dutch police, government justice offices information, and geographic distribution information. Advertisements for worldwide companies that serve the Dutch criminal justice community are also included. Each section of information is color-coded for ease of use.
Main Term(s): Foreign police
Index Term(s): Police internal organizations; Police organizational structure; Police personnel; Police policies and procedures
Note: 46th year
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