Public protection and victims and witnesses

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Dickens, T. and Ozcakir Mozova, K. 2024. Public protection and victims and witnesses. in: Wood, D., Bradshaw, S., Dickens, T. and Parker-Mcleod, J. (ed.) Blackstone's Handbook for Policing Students Oxford University Press.
AuthorsDickens, T. and Ozcakir Mozova, K.
EditorsWood, D., Bradshaw, S., Dickens, T. and Parker-Mcleod, J.
KeywordsPublic protection; Policing; Police
Year2024
Book titleBlackstone's Handbook for Policing Students
PublisherOxford University Press
Output statusPublished
Edition18th
ISBN9780198894933
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Print12 Feb 2024
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Deposited01 Feb 2024
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