Trends in police research: A cross‐sectional analysis of the 2000–2007 literaturePolice Practice and Research: An International Journal (2010)
This review represents the eighth in an annual special feature in Police Practice and Research: An International Journal. With a focus on the substantive categories, publication medium and methodological typology, this study provides a cross‐sectional analysis of the police literature for 2007. We also comment on trends within these categories over time, using the findings from Beckman, Lum, Wyckoff and Larsen‐Vanderwall (2003) and other previous editions of this annual review. A topically organized bibliography of the 2007 police literature reviewed is also provided.
- police research,
- police trends,
- police literature review
Citation InformationDavid Mazeika, Brad Bartholomew, Michael Distler, Kyle Thomas, et al.. "Trends in police research: A cross‐sectional analysis of the 2000–2007 literature" Police Practice and Research: An International Journal Vol. 11 Iss. 6 (2010) p. 520 - 547 ISSN: 1477-271X
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