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NCJ Number: 42445 Find in a Library
Title: POLICING A PERPLEXED SOCIETY
Author(s): R MARK
Date Published: 1977
Page Count: 132
Sponsoring Agency: George Allen and Unwin, Ltd
London, England
Sale Source: George Allen and Unwin, Ltd
Ruskin House
Museum Street
London,
United Kingdom
Language: English
Country: United Kingdom
Annotation: THIS BOOK IS AN ANTHOLOGY OF ARTICLES AND SPEECHES BY THE AUTHOR WHO IS COMMISSIONER OF THE METROPOLITAN POLICE FORCE (LONDON).
Index Term(s): Complaints against police; England; Patrol; Police attitudes; Police community relations; Police discretion; Police effectiveness; Police internal affairs; Police legal limitations; Police manpower deployment; Police organizational structure; Police personnel; Police resource allocation; Police responsibilities; Reform
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