Violence and the Military
Handbook of behavioral criminology
Since 2001, the US Military has been drawn into a global war on terrorism. Succeeding wars and military operations have greatly impacted military members and their families. This exposure to violence has implications for law enforcement communities nationwide. Further, the interaction between the military and law enforcement have occurred on many levels and across varied crisis situations.
New York City
Baker, M. T.,
Klimley, K. E.,
(2018). Violence and the Military. Handbook of behavioral criminology, 519-535.
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