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Published by Joint Working Party on Organisational Health and Welfare in London .
Written in English


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Cover title: Post shooting experiences in firearms officers.

Other titlesPost shooting experiences in firearms officers.
StatementbyMary Manolias, A. Hyatt-Williams.
SeriesStress in the police service
ContributionsHyatt-Williams, Arthur., Joint Working Party on Organisational Health and Welfare.
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Open LibraryOL13895623M

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