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Tag: Colin Howard

  • LEGAL MATTERS
    Larceny by Accidental Mistake
  • PROCEDURES
    Giving Evidence
  • LEGAL
    Aboriginal Languages and the Law
  • CRIME
    Having in his Possession or Conveying
  • EVIDENCE
    Police Evidence II
  • HISTORICAL
    The 19th Century Case of the Chinese Robber
  • TECHNICAL NOTES
    Tips on Making Casts of Shoe and Tire Prints
  • BOOK REVIEW
    The Australian Police Forces
    An Introduction to the Law of Evidence
  • LEGAL
    The Reasonableness of Mistake in the Criminal Law – Part II
  • PUBLIC RELATIONS
    Royal Commission on the Police – Relations between the Police and the Public
  • TRAINING
    The Cadet Training System in South Australia
  • LEGAL
    Public Documents
  • TECHNICAL NOTES
    Unusual Breaking Implements
    Technique to Combat Petty Theft of Tools
  • ROAD POLICING
    Third International Congress of Traffic Police – Resolutions
  • JUVENILE DELINQUENCY
    Inadaption, Source of Juvenile Delinquency and Recidivism
  • INTERNATIONAL
    Italian Law and the Police Forces in Italy
  • JUVENILE DELINQUENCY
    Conference on Asocial Youth Gangs
  • PROFESSIONALISM
    The Policeman Witness
  • PUBLIC RELATIONS
    The Social Activities of the Police and Public Relations
  • LEGAL
    Admissibility of Evidence Obtained Either Improperly or by Criminal Means
  • BOOK REVIEW
    Bignold’s Police Offences Act
  • TECHNICAL NOTES
    Tongue-twisting Technique Tried in Testing Tipplers
    Electronic Patrolman Checks Speeders
    Safety Helmet Value Proved Again
  • SELF-DEFENCE
    Killing in Self Defence – Part II
  • LEGAL
    The Reasonableness of Mistake in the Criminal Law
  • INDEX
    Index to Volumes 1 t0 16
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