Police Culture, Women Police and Attitudes towards Misconduct

@article{Waugh1998PoliceCW,
  title={Police Culture, Women Police and Attitudes towards Misconduct},
  author={Linda R. Waugh and A. Ede and A. Alley},
  journal={International Journal of Police Science \& Management},
  year={1998},
  volume={1},
  pages={288 - 300}
}
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