COPS Collaboration Toolkit: How to Build, Fix, and Sustain Productive Partnerships
United States. Department of Justice. Office of Community Oriented Policing Services
Rinehart, Tammy A.; Laszlo, Anna T.; Briscoe, Gwen O.
"This toolkit provides practical guidance to law enforcement agencies as they develop and sustain partnerships that support community policing. The toolkit will benefit law enforcement personnel, community-based organizations, educators, youth, government officials, and others seeking to combine efforts to reduce crime and social disorder problems."
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    Rinehart, Tammy A.
    Laszlo, Anna T.
    Briscoe, Gwen O.
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    United States. Department of Justice. Office of Community Oriented Policing Services
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    Public Domain
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    National Criminal Justice Reference Service: virlib.ncjrs.org/LawEnforcement.asp
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