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Author(s): Scott H. Belshaw
In The Dark Web: Unfiltered, Dr. Scott Belshaw takes you into an online world that very few have encountered. This book serves as a proverbial travel guide into the sick and twisted side of the dark web, including hidden coves for illegal activity. These areas include the dark web drug scene, hiring a hitman, deep areas of the “infamous” Red room, hackers, and hacktivists.
Author(s): James Phelps, Ervin Frenzel
The ability to comprehend the language involved in this new and evolving cyber world is essential now more than ever.
Cybersecurity: Bridging the Gap Between Technician & Management:
Cybersecurity is a high priority in today’s world.
Cyber-Warfare: State and Local Governments Caught in the Crosshairs addresses highly important and current topics in a plain English, nontechnical manner. This text bridges the gap between what the state and local government executive needs to know in order to have an intelligent conversation with the IT manager. It also gives executives a well-grounded understanding of the IT manager’s needs, challenges, and concerns.
Author(s): Lior Gideon
Mastering research methods and designs should be a top priority of all students and scholars who are driven by curiosity and strive to acquire and advance knowledge.
Author(s): Ernie Dorling
A major difference between Criminal Investigation: A Practitioner’s Approach by Ernie Dorling and many of the other fine introductory books on criminal investigation is that this book aims to aid the student in walking and building the foundation of basic knowledge necessary to pursue a more advanced study of this topic.
Author(s): Hayden Smith
Criminal Justice and Mental Health: An Evidence Based Approach details the historical, social, and policy influences that have led to the criminal justice system now serving as a default mental health system. The three largest mental health facilities in the United States are jails and prisons and there are more people with a mental illness who are incarcerated compared to those who are not.
Author(s): John Shuford
Much has been written about the problems within our criminal justice system, both law enforcement and corrections, but never before has that been presented along with the causes of those problems and specific strategies to correct them. This unique and remarkable book, based on Shuford’s 30 years of experience, is a must read for criminal justice policy makers, leadership, supervisors as well as educators in preparing students for careers in criminal justice.
Author(s): Danny Pirtle
The role of textbooks and study materials, regardless of subject, is to present learners with key content and to help them to acquire necessary skills. The goal for Criminal Justice in the New Millennium: Process & Practice is simplicity. The publication is engaging and easy to read. While the major criminal justice concepts and proper jargon are covered in this text, the authors made the information palatable for today’s student and concise enough for the reader to understand the material.
Author(s): Craig Harter
New Fourth Edition Now Available!