Search Results: 10 of 12
Author(s): George Dery
The law touches everything, and each rule in the law affects each other.
Criminal Law aims to exploit the love for storytelling to teach criminal law. This text offers insight into various solutions to legal problems by viewing cases and statutes from many jurisdictions, and brings home the immediacy of these issues by considering cases in the news. Law is not a static body of fossilized rules; therefore, Criminal Law offers the rationales underlying the rules and explanations for their changes over time.
Ethics in the Criminal Justice System explores ideas and information in and around ethical decision making as it pertains to criminal justice. As an edited volume, Ethics in the Criminal Justice System features contributing authors who have provided a varied and challenging palette of offerings from pure philosophy to common sense practical professional advice.
Author(s): Colleen Harrington
The relationship between the community and the criminal justice system is an essential foundation for the protection of the community and the rights of each individual. This relationship has been challenging through history and remains so. The intricacies of the criminal justice system and community relationship are explored in this textbook. The significance of the historical treatment of marginalized groups is a foundation for understanding the challenges and tensions that remain.
Author(s): Coy Johnston
Crime Control Policies is an interactive program that teaches key components of crime analysis and problem solving in a 16-module series. Each 30-minute module contains a video, an application exercise, and an assessment. The videos were created using advanced animation to enhance student engagement. The non-graded application exercises are a mix of games, quizzes, and deep thinking activities to prepare the students for the graded assessments. The five-question assessments are auto-graded and transfer automatically to the grade book.
Author(s): Laurie Kubicek
Prepare Students for Criminal Justice / Legal Careers in California
Author(s): Dennis Stevens
New Publication Now Available!
An estimated 100,000 individuals are killed annually from deadly infectious pathogens after being admitted to American hospitals, regardless of the reason he or she had been admitted to the hospital in the first place.
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) advance the idea that most of those infectious deaths were preventable.
Author(s): Craig Harter
Fundamental Concepts in Criminal Justice is an introductory textbook that provides students with a vast amount of subject matter that is both relevant and foundational to the criminal justice discipline. These topics include, but are not limited to the following areas: Evolution of Crime and Punishment; Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice; Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Courts and the Judiciary; and Juvenile Justice.