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A Qualitative Case Study of Police Officers' Perception of Sexual Offender Registration

@inproceedings{Veri2016AQC,
  title={A Qualitative Case Study of Police Officers' Perception of Sexual Offender Registration},
  author={T. Veri},
  year={2016}
}
A Qualitative Case Study of Police Officers’ Perception of Sexual Offender Registration by Tracy L. Veri MS, Shippensburg University, 2008 BS, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 1999 Dissertation Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy Human Services Walden University June 2016 Abstract Although many research studies about sexual offender registration exist, there is no qualitative study on the perspective of police officers whose job duties… Expand

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