Private Police in the United States: Findings and Recommendations
Jan 1, 1971
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A description of certain types of public police forces not having general law-enforcement responsibilities. These include reserve police, special-purpose Federal forces, special local law-enforcement agencies, and campus police. This report is one of a set of five presenting RAND's study of private police in the United States. The overall findings and study recommendations are summarized in R-869-DOJ.
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