From terrorism to crime: A case study of the limits restricting Israel Police operations
There is no realistic way to prevent a man who has no criminal record − certainly not a former Border Police officer who once patrolled with the Palestinian Police − from getting up one fine morning and deciding to go crazy and set out on a killing spree.
Monday's weekly meeting of the police’s top brass at national headquarters in Jerusalem broke up immediately upon receiving the first reports of the shooting deaths at the Be’er Sheva bank branch. Police Commissioner Yohanan Danino and Southern District...
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