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RUSSIANS GO GREAT LENGTHS TO LEARN POLICE WORK

1993, Reuters News Service

St. Louis Post - Dispatch (pre-1997 Fulltext), Apr 27, 1993, p.04C

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    RUSSIANS GO GREAT LENGTHS TO LEARN POLICE WORK
  • Author: 1993, Reuters News Service
  • Description: At an abandoned air base in the wheat fields of Kansas, five Russian police officers are learning the finer points of being cops, American style. They are studying with American police units at the University of Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center near Hutchinson. Police officers from the St. Petersburg force attending the course are captains Gennady Nadezhkin and Vladimir Zharinov, Maj. Sergei Fedorov, and Lt. Majors Svetlana Golubeva and Elena Levanenko. They are the first police officers from the former Soviet Union to study criminology in the Midwest, although other groups have studied on the East Coast.
  • Is Part Of: St. Louis Post - Dispatch (pre-1997 Fulltext), Apr 27, 1993, p.04C
  • Language: English
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