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Training  for Terrorism           All levels of government worked
        By Gary J. Rohen          together to manage a terrorist attackin
                                  exercise Baseline.


   Reducing Violent Bank
Robberies   in Los  Angeles
         By William J. Rehder

       British Policing  and
  the Ottawa   Shift System
             By Mike Simpson
        and  Suzanne  Richbell


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Drug  Detection   Dogs
   By Michael J. Bulzomi


8   Perspective
    Planning  for the Future

18  Book   Review
    Gang   Intelligence Manual


Law enforcement agencies and financial
institutions in Los Angeles significantly
reduced bank robberies in Southern
California.
British police forces face the difficulties
of matching the demand for police
services with the supply of police
resources.

Drug detection dogs have proven to be
an invaluable asset to law enforcement
officers determining probable cause for
contraband searches.


26  Snap  Shots
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