Reports from within a larger study of crime and enforcement in forests and parks, this field study having taken place in western USA over a 24‐month period. Interviews Forest Service Law Enforcement Officers (LEOs) about their career history, the enforcement system and related issues ‐ notably weapons events. Finds that LEOs are not heavy‐handed and that the types of crime encountered give valid reasons for their carriage of firearms.
Pendleton, M.R. (1996), "Crime, criminals and guns in “natural settings”: exploring the basis for disarming federal rangers", American Journal of Police, Vol. 15 No. 4, pp. 3-25. https://doi.org/10.1108/07358549610151799Download as .RIS
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