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Previously published as Police Studies and incorporating American Journal of Police
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Volume 35 number 2
The effects of gun possession arrests made by a proactive police patrol unit
William Wells, Yan Zhang, Jihong Zhao
Volume 35 number 1
Police accreditation and clearance rates
William M. Doerner, William G. Doerner
Volume 35 number 2
Organizational justice and organizational commitment among South Korean police officers: An investigation of job satisfaction as a mediator
Matthew S. Crow, Chang-Bae Lee, Jae-Jin Joo
Volume 35 number 4
"Catch and release": Predicting encounter and victim release location choice in serial rape events
Ashley Hewitt, Eric Beauregard, Garth Davies
Associate Professor Carol Archbold
Professor Ronald (Chip) Burns
Interdisciplinary and wide-ranging in scope, the journal covers the latest international developments on matters of policy, practice, management, operations, education and training, science and technology. The journal provides readers with a truly global and comparative perspective on policing. Sections within the journal include refereed articles, reviews of recent research, book reviews, debates and abstracts of articles published in other leading journals.
This journal is for those concerned with achieving greater effectiveness in policing and law enforcement. The worldwide readership includes senior police officers and policy makers, plus academics teaching and researching in this field.
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