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Prentice Hall Asks for Training Input

February 01, 2001  | 

The Criminal Justice section of Prentice Hall has begun focusing on developing materials for police training (both basic and in-service) and is interested in reviewing proposals for any such police related training materials or texts.If you have an idea or a proposal for writing a training-oriented text, please send information or contact directly:

M.L. Dantzker, Ph.D.Police Editor7500 N. 21st St.McAllen, TX [email protected](956) 682-9364

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