Responses to Emery.(Response to article by Richard Emery in this issue)(police misconduct): An article from: Criminal Justice Ethics
 
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This digital document is an article from Criminal Justice Ethics, published by Institute for Criminal Justice Ethics on December 22, 1998. The length of the article is 3872 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.

From the supplier: Video surveillance of police activities not only protects citizens but officers as well. With 24-hour monitoring, the public is secured against acts of brutality and abuse of power, and police officers are shielded against malicious or false allegations. Despite arguments that surveillance invades their privacy, officers should instead support it for their own safety and well-being.

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Title: Responses to Emery.(Response to article by Richard Emery in this issue)(police misconduct)
Author: Richard A. Leo
Publication: Criminal Justice Ethics (Refereed)
Date: December 22, 1998
Publisher: Institute for Criminal Justice Ethics
Volume: 17 Issue: 1 Page: 44(1)

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