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Criminal Justice introduces the many facets of the U.S. criminal justice system in a logical, readily understandable manner. The reader will understand the complexity of the criminal justice system from the start of the process to the end, recognize controversies, and examine the breadth of the challenges faced by justice professionals.
Author(s): Kevin M Beaver
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Thousands of studies have been published attempting to uncover how the brain works, the functions of different regions of the brain, and how specific parts of the brain contribute to the development of certain disorders.
The overwhelming majority of this work has been produced by molecular and behavioral geneticists, neuroscientists, psychologists, and psychiatrists; not by criminologists and certainly not by sociologists.
Author(s): Doug Haynes
This workbook is designed to provide a simple note taking aid for students enrolled in college or police academy criminal procedure classes.
It is designed to be used in the classroom in an organized lecture course conduced by a qualified instructor. It is not intended for individual self-study although it may prove helpful for such use.
The workbook utilizes several unique features:
Author(s): Deborah Klein
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Author(s): Peter Johnstone
According to the National Law enforcement Officers Fund, there are more than 900,000 police officers in the United States.
Crime and Policing Crime covers four types of crime: assaults, missing persons, theft offences, and drug offences. It also covers the different types of police officers, such as municipal police, state law enforcement, and federal and international agencies.
Author(s): Morgan Peterson
Enforcement Psychology: Coping with the Rigors of Policing is an innovative guide that explores the emotional environment of law enforcement. Law enforcement officers work in highly emotional settings, yet must be in control of their own emotions. This guide will help the reader navigate through and understand the different emotive situations that police officers face on a daily basis.
Author(s): Peter Johnstone
Let’s Talk Criminal Justice provides students with study aids and a bank of questions drawn from the material in each chapter.
Let’s Talk Criminal Justice covers:
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