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COMMUNITY POLICING IN THE CONTEXT OF SINGAPORE

@inproceedings{Singh2002COMMUNITYPI,
  title={COMMUNITY POLICING IN THE CONTEXT OF SINGAPORE},
  author={Jarmal Singh},
  year={2002}
}
Singapore has grown in many ways over the last 40 years to become a city-state that enjoys a high level of economic growth, political stability and most importantly, a sense of safety and security. It was not a smooth journey, as the country experienced its turbulent periods in the 1950s and the 1960s, characterised by problems of political instability, communist insurgency, secret societies, unemployment and communal riots. 
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