Three BOCU Improving Confidence Report

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Williams, E. 2010. Three BOCU Improving Confidence Report. London Metropolitan Police Service.
AuthorsWilliams, E.
TypeProject report
Year2010
PublisherMetropolitan Police Service
Place of publicationLondon
Output statusPublished
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Deposited27 Nov 2012
Submitted2010
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Metropolitan Police Service Strategic Research and Analysis Unit internal paper.

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