Can local police and sheriff's departments provide a higher degree of homeland security coordination and collaboration through consolidation of police services?
Callagy, Michael P.
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the current fragmented system of policing for a system that promotes coordination of intelligence, uniformity of policy and procedures, standardization of training, comprehensive prevention plans and unified response procedures that address the unique challenges facing police in the twenty-first century.
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