Vol. 77, No. 3, 2015
Helping hand | How police cope and recover from stress
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Publisher: Karyn Curtis
Editors: Richard Vieira, Katherine Aldred
Writers: Deidre Seiden, Amelia Thatcher
Graphic design: Lisa McDonald-Bourg
Translation: RCMP Translation Services