role of the university in police education by James D. Stinchcomb

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  • Police training -- United States,
  • Police -- Study and teaching

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ContributionsInternational Association of Chiefs of Police
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LC ClassificationsHV8143 S75 1966A
The Physical Object
Pagination[34,9 leaves]
Number of Pages349
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Open LibraryOL21562847M

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