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2016 | 23(23) | 46-55
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STUDENTS’ / FUTURE LAW - ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS’ PERSPECTIVE ON SAFETY IN THE DIGITAL SPACE

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Main purpose of article was to investigate the degree to which students: future law-enforcement officers, who will be obliged to provide security for other people, think about their own/personal safety in digital space. The paper presents both theoretical considerations and empiric data from a study, dedicated to investigating whether future law-enforcement students recognize the main dimensions of safety in digital space, because so much of contemporary social, personal and professional life is being carried out in digital spaces. If future law-enforcement officers are unable recognize the dimensions of safety, they, as a consequence, will not be professional enough to consult and to provide support to citizens on the issues that start in some cases dominate the functioning of a contemporary person in a contemporary world.
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