Cooperation Between the Police and Social Care in the Treatment of Alcohol and Family Violence Problems in Finland
Fifteen years ago the following letters were exchanged between the Helsinki Police Department and the Social Welfare Department of Helsinki:
KeywordsSocial Care Family Violence Police Department Police Work Police Patrol
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