A Policemans Paradise?: Policing a Stable Society 1918 -1945
By Graham Dunstall (Volume IV)
Discusses important developments in Police practice: The appointment of women Police, the introduction of a 48-hour week, the organisation of an association for officers, and the assumption of responsibility for political surveillance. Illustrated with photographs and cartoons, this book is a richly detailed study of policing and New Zealand society in the first half of the twentieth century
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