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2002
Wood, Darryl S. Explanations of employment turnover among Alaska Village Public Safety Officers. Journal of Criminal Justice. 30, (3), 197-215.
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2000
Wood, Darryl S.,  Jennings, Michael . Explanations of Employment Turnover in the Alaska Village Public Safety Officer Program. annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. New Orleans, LA.
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1999
Wood, Darryl S. Job Attrition Among Alaska Village Public Safety Officers: Preliminary Findings from a Survey of Current and Former Officers. annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Orlando, FL.
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1997
Wood, D.S.,  Trostle, L.C. . Nonenforcement Role of Police in Western Alaska and the Eastern Canadian Arctic: An Analysis of Police Tasks in Remote Arctic Communities. Journal of Criminal Justice. 25, (5), 367-379.
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2000
Wood, Darryl S. Officer Turnover in the Village Public Safety Officer Program. Alaska Justice Forum. 17, (2), 1-7.
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2000
Wood, Darryl . Turnover Among Alaska Village Public Safety Officers: An Examination of the Factors Associated with Attrition. JC 9901, Anchorage, AK: Justice Center, University of Alaska Anchorage.
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2000
Wood, Darryl . Turnover Among Alaska Village Public Safety Officers: An Examination of the Factors Associated With Attrition. Summary Report. NCJ 182608, Washington, DC: United States Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.
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2000
Wood, Darryl . Turnover Among Alaska Village Public Safety Officers: An Examination of the Factors Associated With Attrition, Final Report. NCJ 182609, Washington, DC: United States Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.
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