Mandatory prison sentences: offering paramedics a placebo rather than protection.

Ruth Townsend, Michael Eburn

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]A discussion of mandatory sentencing laws and their usefulness in achieving protection for paramedics from assaults.
Original languageEnglish
No.Winter
Specialist publicationResponse: The Journal of Paramedics Australasia
Publication statusPublished - 2018

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