3 edition of Police forces in the European Union found in the catalog.
Police forces in the European Union
by University of Leicester, Centre for the Study of Public Order in Leicester
Written in English
Amended version of Chapter 3 of Police cooperation in Europe, by John Benyon and others (Leicester: 1993).
|Statement||by John Benyon ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Benyon, John, 1951-, University of Leicester. Centre for the Study of Public Order.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||56|
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This book is divided into five primary parts, each of which explores the police union environment. Part I focuses on the myriad of police challenges, Part II examines Police forces in the European Union book union power, politics and confrontation, Part III encourages police unions to embrace reforms, Part IV discusses the future of policing, and finally, Part V evaluates the 5/5(1).
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