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NCJ Number: 73587 Find in a Library
Title: Industrial Security - Canada - Bibliography
Author(s): G R Lafreniere
Date Published: 1980
Page Count: 46
Type: Bibliography
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: Canada
Annotation: This bibliography lists approximately 300 articles in Canadian newspapers and periodicals which cover industrial security topics, including bank protection, crime prevention, computer security, fire prevention, retail trade security, and trade secrets.
Abstract: Most materials are articles from English language newspapers and journals published from 1973 to early 1980, although a few books and reports are cited. Entries are organized according to 24 specific topics. Examples of subjects treated in the bibliography are general industrial security, bombs, building security, closed circuit television, alarms, embezzlement, freight security, kidnapping, riots, terrorism, and robbery. References were selected from the Canadian Business Periodical Index, Canadian Newspaper Index, Canadian Periodical Index, and the Criminal Justice Periodical Index.
Index Term(s): Canada; Industrial espionage; Industrial security
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