Incorporating Police Studies & American Journal of Police

Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management was previously published as American Journal of Police.

Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing Limited

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Volume 34, Number 2, 2011

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Policing mobile criminality: implications for police forces in the UK
pp. 182-197(16)
Authors: Kirby, Stuart; Penna, Sue

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Enhancing narrative coherence in simulated interviews about child abuse
pp. 198-210(13)
Authors: Powell, Martine B.; Feltis, Brooke B.; Hughes-Scholes, Carolyn H.

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Changes in officer use of force over time: a descriptive analysis of a national survey
pp. 211-232(22)
Authors: Taylor, Bruce; Alpert, Geoffrey; Kubu, Bruce; Woods, Daniel; Dunham, Roger G.

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In-service training of older law enforcement officers: an andragogical argument
pp. 233-245(13)
Authors: Sr, Gregg W. Etter; Griffin, Richard

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Outside the interrogation room: the context of confession in sexual crimes
pp. 246-264(19)
Authors: Beauregard, Eric; Mieczkowski, Tom

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Citizen support for community policing in China
pp. 285-303(19)
Authors: Wu, Yuning; Jiang, Shanhe; Lambert, Eric

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Public satisfaction with law enforcement in Turkey
pp. 304-325(22)
Authors: Karakus, Onder; McGarrell, Edmund F.; Basibuyuk, Oguzhan

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Citizens' opinions about police discretion in criminal investigations
pp. 347-362(16)
Authors: Cihan, Abdullah; Wells, William

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