Gerontology training for volunteers and professionals in law enforcement agencies

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Gerontology -- Study and teaching (Continuing education) -- Michigan, Volunteer workers in social service -- Training of -- Michigan, Police -- In-service training -- Michigan, Police services for older people -- Mic
ContributionsUnited States. Administration on Aging, Wayne County Community College. Gerontology Program
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