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  • APJ AWARDS
    Presentation of Second Prize – Crime Sergeant Brett Smith Victoria Police
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
  • POLICE – NEW ZEALAND
    Introducing Commissioner Peter Marshall
    Commissioner Howard Broad Retires
  • INTERPOL
    From Vienna to Canberra – The evolution of Australia’s relationship with INTERPOL (1923-1975)
  • POLICE – NORTHERN TERRITORY
    E Pluribus Unum – Diversity turns out to be the strength in the Top End Police when it comes to law and order in remote areas
  • POLICE QUESTIONING
    Guidelines to Improve the Quality of Professionals’ Contemporaneous Notes of Investigative Interviews
  • SEXUAL OFFENCES
    The Insatiable Rapist
  • POLICE EQUIPMENT
    Victorian Police IN’VEST in Safety
  • APJ PHOTO COMPETITION 2010
  • POLICE PATCHES
    Tonga Police Force
  • APJ AWARDS
    Presentation of Awards for Prize Winning Articles
  • KIDNAPPING
    The Ghost Catchers
  • HISTORICAL
    Did You Know? Sillitoe’s Tartan
  • HOMICIDE
    Nigel Stiffe Murder
  • FORENSIC SCIENCE
    Forensic Entomology
  • HISTORICAL
    Loose Lips
  • POLICE QUESTIONING
    Recommendations for Eliciting a Disclosure of Abuse from a Young Child
  • HISTORICAL
    In Search of the ‘Butcher’s Ridge Bandit’ – Alan Torney
  • COUNTER TERRORISM LAW
    New Defence Force Powers to Aid Civil Authorities and Related Matters – Part 2
  • POLICE ATTITUDE
    The Copper
  • BOOK REVIEWS
    Joanne Lees – My Journey – No Turning Back
    The Taxi Driver Killer
    The Rampage of Killer Kast
    The Thin Red and Blue Lines
  • CRIME
    Catch me if you can
  • POLICE FLAGS
    Northern Territory Police
  • SOLOMON ISLANDS
    Operation: Helpem Fren
  • HOMICIDE
    Operation Tulip
  • DEMONSTRATIONS
    Parliamentary Riots
  • HISTORICAL
    ‘One of Us’
  • POLICE QUESTIONING
    A Guide to Introducing the Topic of an Interview about Abuse with a Child
  • ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION
    Fatal Blowout (Tread Warily Near Tyres)
  • HISTORICAL
    The Way We Were (Paddy Wagon)
  • AUSTRALIAN POLICE MEDALS
    NSW Police Medal
  • POEM
    The Path of the Fallen
  • HOMICIDE
    Emerald Loses its Gleam
  • HOMICIDE
    Burwood Triple Murders
  • ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION
    Death on the Gateway
  • DEATH
    Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
  • POLICE METHODS
    Interviewing of Aboriginal People
  • MANAGEMENT
    Management Education for Police Leaders
  • SPORTS – SECURITY MEASURES
    Olympic Security, Defence Force Aid and Legal Matters
  • APJ STAFFING
    Retirement of Brian Smith
  • BOOK REVIEW
    Sheriff’s Insignia of the United States
  • REMEMBRANCE
    Constable Angela Taylor
  • HISTORICAL
    School for Detectives (Victoria)
  • POLICE TRAINING
    Victoria Police Detective Training School
  • POLICE EDUCATION
    The Implications of Higher Education in Policing
  • SEXUAL ASSAULT
    Investigating Paedophiles
  • CRIME
    Every Parent’s Nightmare
  • RAISING ISSUES
    Bail
  • POLICE METHODS
    Videotaping Children’s Evidence: The Costs and Benefits
  • POLICE METHODS
    Cops and Coconuts: The Problematic Nature of Problem-Oriented Policing
  • PUBLIC RELATIONS
    Behind the Scenes in Blue Heelers
  • NEW EQUIPMENT
    Swiss Tool and Swiss Tool Plus
  • BOOK REVIEWS
    Opium – A History
    Days of Violence – The 1923 Police Strike in Melbourne
    Rockspider: The Danger of Paedophiles – Untold Stories
    Hoddle Street: The Ambush and the Tragedy
  • POEM
    ‘Our Sarge’
  • HOMICIDE
    The Jane Doe Murder Mystery
  • INDEX
    APJ Index 1989 – 1997
  • DRUGS
    Miscellaneous
  • COMMUNICATION
    ‘Tell Me About the Time When …’ Golden Rules for Interviewing Children
  • FINANCIAL PLANNING
    A Super Problem for Some!
  • POLICE SPORT
    Toughest Team Alive
  • BOOK REVIEW
    A Treasury of Police Humour
  • NEW EQUIPMENT
    Dream Machine – BMW M3 Pursuit Car
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