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Schwarz, John I.

Police Roadblock Operations

Police Roadblock Operations

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Springfield: Charles C. Thomas, 1962. Quarto; 79 pages illustrations 24 cm. Fine with pervious owner personal bindstamp; almost undetectable curl to boards; . Hardcover. ISBN: National Library: 003306625 LCCN: 61-17617

Uncommon. Police Science Series. ¶ "The author has drawn up a blueprint here showing how a blockade can be effective, efficient, handled with a minimum of danger to all parties concerned. He considers the purpose and planning of roadblocks, various types, methods, how many men should be assigned, and what their instructions should be. Attention is given to the use of barricades and stop signs, proper means of identification, and prevention of escape." —Publisher. ¶ Contents: Forward / Frank A. Sweeney -- Preface -- Section I. Chapter 1. Introduction to roadblocks -- Chapter 2. Planning the roadblock -- Chapter 3. Types of roadblocks -- Chapter 4. Methods of blocking roads -- Chapter 5. Public criticism of police roadblocks -- Section II. Chapter 6. Roadblock plan organized for Lehigh Valley -- Chapter 7. Roadblock laws: Montana and Idaho -- Chapter 8. Legal opinion on roadblocks in Wisconsin; Roadblocks in Canada

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