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  • PRAYER
    The Police Prayer
  • NORTHERN TERRITORY
    Commissioner Brian Bates Retires
  • PUBLICATIONS
    US Research into Police Fatalities has Implications for Australia
  • E-CRIME
    Australian Policing Response to Electronic Crime
  • POLICE METHODS
    Zero Tolerance Policing – Firmness with Courtesy
  • SEX CRIMES
    Throwing Away the Key on a Serial Sex Offender
  • DRUGS
    Operation ‘Tendon’ – The Tiki Syndicate
  • HOMICIDE
    Friends
  • POLICE ATTITUDES
    When a Police Officer Dies – Part of Society Dies
  • OVERSEAS POLICING
    Australian United Nations Police Revisit Cyprus via Gallipoli
  • HISTORICAL
    You Can’t Beat the Cops!
  • POLICE REMEMBRANCE DAY
    National Police Memorial Given the Go-ahead
  • BADGE CALL
    Tasmania
  • AUSTRALIAN FEDERAL POLICE
    Commissioner Mick Palmer Retires
  • POLICE PUBLICATIONS
    Intelligence in Brief: Promoting Knowledge and Officer Safety
  • RESCUE
    Federal Police Search and Rescue
  • FRAUD
    Art Fraud in Australia
  • HOMICIDE
    Joseph Thomas Schwab – Serial Killer
  • DEATH
    Vale – Sir Colin Woods (former AFP Commissioner)
  • LEGAL ISSUES
    ARPS v The Commissioner of Police (NSW)
  • OVERSEAS POLICING
    Cyprus – Should Australian Police Stay on the Island
  • HOMICIDE
    The Scent of a Crime
  • NEW EQUIPMENT
    New Police Caps for Canberra Cops
  • VEHICLES
    Horse to Horsepower
  • BADGE CALL
    Victoria Police
  • DRUGS
    Anabolic Steroids
  • OVERSEAS POLICING
    Cyprus – The UN’s Thin Blue Line
  • POLICE ISSUES
    Comparison of Indigenous Recruitment Initiatives
  • DEATH
    Death of a Sea Captain – Part Two
  • HOMICIDE
    Jockey Falls at Last
  • CRIME
    Further to the Jockey Smith Saga
  • NEW EQUIPMENT
    Investigative Sub-Surface Search
  • BOOK REVIEW
    The Corporate Fool
    A Quinology of Tasmanian Crime Cases
  • HISTORICAL
    The Way We Were
  • NEW EQUIPMENT
    Explosives Detector PD4C
  • HOMICIDE
    Investigations into the Killing of Michael John Sideris
  • HISTORICAL
    All in the Line of Duty
  • COMMUNITY RELATIONS
    The Cop Shop with a Difference
  • DRUGS
    Addictive Drugs Available to Australia’s Youth – What Parents and Professionals Should Know
  • ADMINISTRATION
    Orlando Wilson and Police Professionalism
  • TRAFFIC
    USA Traffic Enforcement Techniques – Pursuit Policies and Guidelines
  • CRIME PREVENTION
    Neighbourhood Watch – The North American Experience
  • STRESS
    Responding to Occupational Stress – The Role of Welfare Services
  • CRIME PREVENTION
    When Crime on the Underground is Good News
  • COMMUNICATIONS
    Citizens Radio Emergency Service Teams – Australia – NSW
  • BOOK REVIEW
    Police as Peace Keepers
  • NEW EQUIPMENT
    Dog Squad Patrol Vehicles
    Ultralight Police Aircraft
    ID Photographs
  • POLICE PROTECTIVE SERVICES
    Protective Security – The Victoria Police Approach
  • FORTHCOMING EVENTS
    Still Serving – Australian Police in Cyprus
  • TRAFFIC
    USA Traffic Enforcement Techniques – Part I – Virginia State Police
  • DISASTERS
    The London Underground Disaster
  • COMMUNITY POLICING
    British Police – Crime Prevention
  • ADMINISTRATION
    Introduction to Police Administration – Chapter XVI – Establishing Relationships with the Community
  • BOOK REVIEWS
    Public Order and the Law
    Solving Crimes – The Investigation of Burglary and Robbery
  • FIREARMS
    Victoria Police – Firearms Amnesty 1983
  • CRIME PREVENTION
    The Prevention of Crime – A Community Problem – Part I
  • INTERNATIONAL
    The Police Force in Pakistan
  • INTERNATIONAL (UNITED NATIONS POLICING)
    The Cyprus Story
  • FORENSICS
    Forensic Science ‘Scenes of Crime’ Officers
  • SKILLS
    Testifying in Court
  • ARMED ROBBERY
    An Analysis of Armed Robbery
  • TECHNICAL NOTES
  • RECENT LEGAL DECISIONS
  • APJ INDEX
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