Police Under Pressure: A Donkey on the Edge
About police, in particular from NSW Australia. The author, a 20 year practising psychologist, discusses the impact that operational policing can have on its members and their families. The book is also written for those who work with police, as well as emergency personnel and families of police officers.
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