Critical Thinking in Law Enforcement
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The paper discusses women in the law enforcement field and the problems they face. The paper looks at the reasons for decreasing enrollment of women in law enforcement and concludes with the hope that the critical decision-making and critical thinking that are important in this type of work will also be applied to finding more individuals to work in the field.
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