9 Int'l J. Police Sci. & Mgmt. [i] (2007)

handle is hein.journals/injposcim9 and id is 1 raw text is: Spring 2007

ISSN 1461 3557

International Journal of
Science &
Volume Nine Number One
Inappropriate internet sites: citizens' attitudes about their computer
skills and the need for training
Sutham Cheurprakobkit and C. Wayne Johnston
Are Finnish police racists? A critical analysis of police cadets'
attitudes towards African immigrants in Finland
Stephen Egharevba and John White
Occupational stress, coping and personality in the police: an SEM
Adriana Ortega, Sten-Olof Brenner and Phil Leather
Patterns of community policing officers and their work: a study of
the National Police Force of Taiwan
Yumin R. Wang
Those who do big bad things also usually do little bad things:
identifying active serious offenders using offender self-selection
Jason Roach
Improving geocoding rates in preparation for crime data analysis
Allan J. Brimicombe, Lily C. Brimicombe and Yang Li
Murder by S. D'Cruze, S. Walklate and S. Pegg
Reviewed by Dr Maria Kaspersson
Internationalized Criminal Courts: Sierra Leone, East Timor, Kosovo
and Cambodia by Cesare R R. Romano, Andr6 Nollkaemper and
Jann K. Kleffner (Eds.)
Reviewed by Ali Adnan Al-Feel
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