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Papers: Papua New Guinea policemen of the colonial period by August Kituai Law, order and rights by Peter Bayne The role of village courts by Peni Keris Industrial law and order by Michael Hess Law and order: a tenth anniversary report by Louise Moruata Crime, politics and economics by Brian Brunton Police policy towards tribal fighting in the highlands by Mike Mapusia Perspectives on law and order by Sinclair Dinnen Some alternatives to states of emergency by Lynn Giddings