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NCJ Number: 156711 Find in a Library
Title: Income of Police Officers and Their Family Members at Esztergom Police With Regard to the Subsistence Level
Journal: Belugyi Szemle  Volume:33  Issue:4  Dated:(April 1995)  Pages:38-53
Author(s): G Borz; M Nemeth
Date Published: 1995
Page Count: 16
Type: Survey
Format: Article
Language: Hungarian
Country: Hungary
Annotation: This article discusses the income of police officers in one Hungarian department to illustrate how the concept of living at subsistence level has become commonplace in that country.
Abstract: Since the political changes of 1990, the notion of subsistence level has been widespread in Hungary. The living standards of millions of people have dropped over the past five years, and they now live close to or under the subsistence level. The media frequently uses this concept to describe the difficult political and economic situation in the country. This article discusses a 1994 study conducted at the Esztergom police department, which focused on the income of police officers and their family members, including incidental sources of income earned during the previous year. 3 tables and 1 figure
Main Term(s): Foreign police
Index Term(s): Hungary; Police compensation
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