Bratislava cops battle poor image and low funds

Habsudova, Zuzana; Reynolds, Matthew J.
June 2000
Slovak Spectator;06/26/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 25, pI
Deals with the job of the Slovak police officers. Problems encountered by the officers; Comments from police officers Jan Jankovich and Henrich Klacansky; Situation of police under the reign of communism in the country.


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