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Rural Officer Habitus and Attitudes Toward Proposed Changes to Law Enforcement
International Journal of Rural Criminology
The field of policing has increasingly come under public scrutiny due to the events surrounding the deaths of citizens at the hands of officers. While this has spurred a call for changes to police training and practices, conspicuously absent from the conversation are the voices of officers themselves. This study addresses this lacuna by examining the attitudes and opinions of rural law enforcement, challenging the notion that the findings of studies concerning urban police can be generalized todoi:10.18061/1811/86150 fatcat:pj4skgslkbbsvhlhxdrn2gzkoe