Scandal and Reform: Controlling Police Corruption
University of California Press, 1 jan. 1978 - 273 pagina's
Presents a study of four police departments in which both honest police officers and citizens were victimized by police corruption. Explores the methods which were used such as surveillance and other covert techniques in order to successfully reform the departments. The cities involved were New York City, Oakland Calif., Newburgh, N.Y.; and a pseudonym for a Midwestern City called Central City in this report.
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CORRUPT POLICE DEPARTMENTS
THE MOBILIZATION OF SCANDAL
THE RESPONSE TO SCANDAL
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