Issues in Policing

Issues in Policing

A Canadian Perspective

Book - 1996
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This book is a general introduction to the study of policing. It provides practical descriptions of key issues in Canadian policing, using a variety of models and perspectives to critically analyze these issues. Charts, graphs and case studies are included where appropriate to clarify and illustrate the discussion. Police officers in training, as well as experienced police practitioners, will also find this book useful for acquiring a understanding of their chosen careers. Members of the lay public can gain insight that will help them to achieve a better understanding of their relations with the police.
Publisher: Toronto : Thompson Educational Publishing, 1996
ISBN: 9781550770735
Branch Call Number: 363.2/STA


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