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Understanding the use of force by and against the police

Title:Understanding the use of force by and against the police
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Note:U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice, 1996
  
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Subject:Arrest (Police methods)
Subject:Assault and battery -- United States -- Prevention
Subject:Police brutality -- United States
Subject:Police -- Complaints against -- United States
Subject:Police -- United States -- Discipline
Subject:Police -- United States -- Social conditions
Subject:Police -- Violence against -- United States -- Prevention
Subject:Victims of crimes -- United States
Subject:Violent crimes -- United States
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