Community Policing in Latin America: Lessons from Mexico City

  • Müller M
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Müller, M.-M. (2015). Community Policing in Latin America: Lessons from Mexico City. European Review of Latin American and Caribbean Studies | Revista Europea de Estudios Latinoamericanos y Del Caribe, 0(88), 21.

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