A guide to crisis negotiations

Wind, Bruce A.
October 1995
FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin;Oct95, Vol. 64 Issue 10, p7
Provides a guide to crisis negotiations between police officers and law breakers. Assessment of the totality of the situation; Importance of a coordinated response among all responding law enforcers; Types of incidents; Negotiation process.


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