Guide to Computerization of Information Systems in Criminal Justice
UN, Jan 1, 1992 - Crime prevention Data processing Handbooks, manuals, etc - 174 pages
Informationsmanagement, Informationssystem ; elektronische Datenverarbeitung, EDV, Computer, Informatik ; Privatsphäre, Personendatenschutz, Verletzung persönlicher Freiheitsrechte.
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PLANNING AND PREPARING FOR COMPUTERIZATION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE
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