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NCJ Number: 52066 Find in a Library
Title: INTERNATIONAL POLICE ASSOCIATION - TRAVEL SCHOLARHIPS, 1975
Corporate Author: International Police Assoc
British Section
United Kingdom
Editor(s): K H ROBINSON
Date Published: 1976
Page Count: 129
Sponsoring Agency: International Police Assoc
Nottingham, NG2 6AJ, England
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United Kingdom
Annotation: SIX REPORTS WRITTEN BY BRITISH RECIPIENTS OF TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIPS COVER THE FOUNDING OF A 'PEOPLES' GUARD' IN IRELAND, POLICE COMMUNITY RELATIONS, JUVENILE PROBLEMS, EXPLOSIVES PROCEDURES, AND BREATHALYSERS.
Abstract: THE REPORTS OF RECIPIENTS OF SCHOLARSHIPS GIVEN BY THE INTERNATIONAL POLICE ASSOCIATION FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDY ARE DETAILED STUDY PAPERS, PRESENTING DATA, DESCRIBING PROCEDURES, INCLUDING DRAWINGS WHERE APPROPRIATE, AND APPENDING BIBLIOGRAPHIES. THE SIX PAPERS ARE: (1) 'THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE GARDA SIOCHANA (GUARDIANS OF THE PEACE)' IN DUBLIN, IRELAND, WHICH DETAILS THE BACKGROUND OF THE IRISH CIVIL WAR AND EXAMINES THE SPECIAL POLICE PROBLEMS FOUND IN DUBLIN; (2) 'PROBLEM CHILDREN -- COMPARISON BETWEEN THE COMMUNITIES IN ENGLAND AND THE CONTINENT,' WHICH LOOKS AT JUVENILE POLICE AND COURT PROCEDURES IN LONDON, ENGLAND; ANTWERP AND AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS, AND NURNBERG, GERMANY; (3) 'THE STUDY OF THE PROTECTIVE RESPONSE IN RELATION TO EXPLOSIVE DEVICES AND THE USES OF TECHNOLOGY IN THE PHYSICAL SECURITY OF AREAS AND BUILDINGS,' WHICH IS BASED ON TRAINING CONDUCTED BY THE UNITED STATES ARMY; THE BUREAU OF ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, AND FIREARMS; THE FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION; THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CHIEFS OF POLICE; AND SEVERAL MAJOR UNITED STATES POLICE DEPARTMENTS; (4) 'POLICE, PUBLIC, AND PRESS RELATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,' (5) 'COMMUNITY RELATIONS IN HOLLAND,' AND (6) 'REPORT ON THE AMERICAN BREATHALYSER MACHINES,' WHICH DESCRIBES THE BORKENSTEIN BREATHALYSER AND DETAILS ITS USE IN DETROIT, MICH. (GLR)
Index Term(s): Alcohol consumption analysis; Driving Under the Influence (DUI); Explosives; Facility security; Germany; Great Britain/United Kingdom; Ireland; Juvenile court procedures; Juvenile processing; Michigan; Netherlands; Police agencies; Police community relations; Security; United States of America
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