Call for Papers: Enhancing Officer Safety
AbstractThe Journal of Law Enforcement is a quarterly, peer-reviewed publication developed to provide and disseminate literature, research, and information about contemporary subject matter facing law enforcement professionals. Law enforcement has become an ever-changing montage of roles and responsibilities in which the journal hopes to, contribute to the growing body of existing knowledge regarding such issues. The central focus of this Call for Papers is to expeditiously contribute positive and relevant information to the law enforcement community. The ever-changing face of law enforcement presents numerous challenges to those behind the badge.
Call for Papers
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