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Police employment and minority groups' accessibility : an issue of quality and equality, John Williams-Mozley

Label
Police employment and minority groups' accessibility : an issue of quality and equality
Title
Police employment and minority groups' accessibility
Title remainder
an issue of quality and equality
Statement of responsibility
John Williams-Mozley
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Presents results of research in Australia and North America on employment of minority peoples in the police force
Cataloging source
2901
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Williams-Mozley, John
Dewey number
362.2/023
Government publication
federal national government publication
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Australia
  • Aboriginal Overseas Study Awards Scheme (Australia)
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  • Police
  • Police
Label
Police employment and minority groups' accessibility : an issue of quality and equality, John Williams-Mozley
Instantiates
Publication
Note
At head of title: Aboriginal Overseas Study Award report
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p.57-58
Contents
New South Wales revisited: an Aboriginal perspective; "Aboriginal" defined; Police empowerment in New South Wales; Entrance qualifications; Application procedure; Conditions of employment; Training; Minority recruitment -- American initiatives - Australian indulgences: Equal employment opportunity; American initiatives; State and local laws; Australian indulgences -- Cross-cultural law enforcement: Navajo Nation Police Department: Dine-Taa'; San Diego Country sheriiff's Department: affirmative action in action; New York Police Departmemt: multiculturalism at work; Los Angeles Police Department: "to protect and to serve"; New Zealand Police Force: unarmed but forewarned
Control code
000006328570
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
v, 58 pages
Immediate source of acquisition
Dept. Employment, Education and Training
Label
Police employment and minority groups' accessibility : an issue of quality and equality, John Williams-Mozley
Publication
Note
At head of title: Aboriginal Overseas Study Award report
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p.57-58
Contents
New South Wales revisited: an Aboriginal perspective; "Aboriginal" defined; Police empowerment in New South Wales; Entrance qualifications; Application procedure; Conditions of employment; Training; Minority recruitment -- American initiatives - Australian indulgences: Equal employment opportunity; American initiatives; State and local laws; Australian indulgences -- Cross-cultural law enforcement: Navajo Nation Police Department: Dine-Taa'; San Diego Country sheriiff's Department: affirmative action in action; New York Police Departmemt: multiculturalism at work; Los Angeles Police Department: "to protect and to serve"; New Zealand Police Force: unarmed but forewarned
Control code
000006328570
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
v, 58 pages
Immediate source of acquisition
Dept. Employment, Education and Training

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