5 edition of Crime And Policing in Rural And Small-town America found in the catalog.
September 15, 2005
by Waveland Pr Inc
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||256|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Weisheit, Ralph A. Crime and policing in rural and small-town America. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office of. Crime and policing in rural and small-town America, 3d ed. Weisheit, Ralph A. et al. Waveland Press, Inc. pages.
Crime and policing in rural and small-town America Ralph A. Weisheit, David N. Falcone, L. Edward Wells Waveland Press, - Political Science - pages. Author of Dictionary of American Criminal Justice, Criminology and Law, Prentice Hall's Dictionary of American Criminal Justice, Criminology, & Criminal Law, and Crime and Policing in /5.
Weisheit, who has co-written a book called “Crime and Policing in Rural and Small-Town America,” suggested one reason could be that in small police departments officers usually work without a.
This chapter introduces crime and policing in Swedish rural areas. Crime levels and trends of this Scandinavian welfare state country are discussed as a background of recent development in police Author: Vania Ceccato.
Rural and small-town policing studies are indeed rare events (Crank,; Crank and Wells, ; Weisheit et al., ), and perha ps even more rare are studies. Furthermore, in rural areas, police officers are more likely to be involved in the victim’s social network, say Ralph Weisheit, David Falcone and Edward Wells, authors of Author: Emma Eisenberg.
Crime and Policing in Rural and Small Town America by Weisheit, Ralph A., Falcone, David N., Wells, L.
Edward and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Weisheit, co-author of a book on crime and policing in small-town America, said that inthe robbery rate in the nation's largest cities was 54 times that of rural areas; init was.
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