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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.
Research is powerful because it impacts decision-making in virtually every part of our lives, and it is critical for making informed decisions. The process of deciding what criteria matter most to you before ultimately making a decision is an example of using research to make the best decision possible. This also applies to making decisions in the criminal justice field.
Criminal Justice Research Methods explores the why, what, and how of research methods by focusing on topics such as:
Author(s): Kevin M Beaver
New Fourth Edition Now Available!
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 law classes.
It should be used in the classroom and for outside study and review in an organized course with a qualified instructor. It is not intended to be used for individual self-study, although it could be beneficial for such use by helping a student to organize his or her reading and study methods.
The workbook utilizes several unique features:
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): Matthew DeLisi
Criminal Justice: Balancing Crime Control and Due Process showcases the ways that criminal justice systems operate according to the at times conflicting, and at times complementary, goals of crime control and due process.
Criminal Justice: Balancing Crime Control and Due Process helps students improve their critical thinking skills and evaluate why criminal justice practitioners make the decisions they do when processing criminal offenders.
A comprehensive Criminal Justice Internship Manual. The manual is adaptable to any internship program, but focuses upon the criminal justice fields. The manual provides a step by step process for starting and maintaining a field experience with academic rigor. Included in the manual are essential forms; applications, releases, agreements and quantitative assessments for the interns, as well as, for the agencies involved.
The Corr of the American Criminal Justice System: Lessons and the Anatomy of an American Tragedy presents a picture of the American Criminal Justice System through the lens of the many unique facets surrounding the murder of New Hartford, New York Police Officer Joseph D. Corr. This enhanced case study uses the historical record and accounts of the crimes that occurred, the ensuing investigation, and its aftermath, as the lens to bring focus to the foundations of our American Criminal Justice System and the many lessons learned from this American tragedy.
A challenging and controversial topic, police use of force, covered in a way to explain the “why” in a straightforward and unbiased manner.