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Author(s): Michael S. Penrod
How do we learn about criminal justice? From what sources do we get this information? How do we filter the massive amount of information available to us on a given subject—especially one as controversial as criminal justice?
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.
Author(s): Bill Doerner
Introduction to Law Enforcement: An Insider’s View (5th Edition) is a very unique textbook. It draws upon the author’s dual set of experiences as a member of the academic world and also as a sworn police officer. The author, Dr. William G.
Written by authors with seventy combined years of law enforcement experience with academic expertise, K-PhD School and Campus Shootings Awareness address the preventability of mass shootings directed at victims in learning environments at all levels K-PhD.
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:
Management within the justice domain involves considerations of controlling, coordinating, leading, organizing, planning, staffing, and directing. No solitary approach for executing these functions exists. Instead, each separate justice system entity represents a unique instantiation of management endeavors and activities. Essentially, the management paradigms that are successful for one justice system entity may be completely ineffective for another organization.
The tragedies that have occurred on college campuses across the nation have been increasing the last decade.
Taking this into consideration, Managing Campus Safety and Security in Higher Education provides a commentary from some of the leading campus public safety experts in hopes to promote a better understanding of the threats to campus security and how to stop them.
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The threat of maritime terrorism threat is still very real and, unfortunately, growing in its complexity….