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Hostage negotiation

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  • FICTION / Thrillers / Suspense,
  • Man-woman relationships,
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  • About the Edition

    Police chief Zack Scott aids Kaylee Brighton after she escapes her months-long imprisonment in the swamp, then protects her as she tries to take back her life.

    Edition Notes

    StatementLena Diaz
    SeriesMarshland justice, Harlequin intrigue -- 1663, Harlequin intrigue -- 1663.
    LC ClassificationsPS3604.I183 H67 2016
    The Physical Object
    Pagination248 pages ;
    Number of Pages248
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26449928M
    ISBN 100373699301
    ISBN 109780373699308

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HOSTAGE NEGOTIATION Section I. HOSTAGE NEGOTIATION PROCEDURES Hostage-Taking Situation Categories of Hostages Categories of Hostage-Takers a. Criminals b.

Mentally-Deranged Individuals c. Terrorists Personality Types of Hostage Takers   differences in perceptions, work styles, attitudes, communication problems, individual differences increasing interdependence as boundaries between individuals and groups become increasingly blurred reward systems: we work in situations with complex and often contradictory incentive systems differentiation: division of labor which is the basis for any organization causes people and   Hostage negotiation is an important part of the criminal justice system, and is a tactic that is practiced by most branches of criminal justice.

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