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NCJ Number: 31147 Find in a Library
Title: LAW ENFORCEMENT DESK REFERENCE AND POLICE OFFICIAL DIARY, 1976
Corporate Author: Law Enforcement Desk Reference
United States of America
Editor(s): I B ZEICHNER
Date Published: 1975
Page Count: 255
Sponsoring Agency: Law Enforcement Desk Reference
Trenton, NJ 08628
Sale Source: Law Enforcement Desk Reference
P.O. Box 7333
Trenton, NJ 08628
United States of America
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: THIS MULTI-PURPOSE ANNUAL PUBLICATION PROVIDES REFERENCE INFORMATION FOR THE POLICE OFFICER FOR SUCH AREAS AS LAWS AND STATUTES, CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS, POLICE PROCEDURES, POLICIES, AND EMERGENCY PROCEDURES.
Abstract: AMONG THE SPECIFIC TOPICS COVERED ARE POLICE ETHICS, POLICE STANDARDS AND GOALS, SEARCH AND SEIZURE LAWS, SUSPECT IDENTIFICATION, GUN CONTROL LAWS, DRUG ABUSE, POLICE COMMUNITY RELATIONS, TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT, POLICE TRAINING, AND THE ROLE OF STATE AND FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES. THE CONCISE INFORMATION PRESENTED IN THIS VOLUME COVERS MOST ASPECTS OF POLICE OPERATIONS AND ACTIVITIES. A TABLE OF CONTENTS AND SUBJECT INDEX ARE INCLUDED. ALSO PROVIDED ARE A 1976 MONTHLY PLANNER, A 1976 DAILY PLANNER, AND A 1977 MONTHLY PLANNER.
Index Term(s): Criminal investigation; Drug law enforcement; Emergency procedures; Federal law enforcement agencies; Judicial decisions; Law enforcement; Laws and Statutes; Patrol procedures; Planning; Police legal limitations; Police policies and procedures; Reference materials
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