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Author(s): Andrew Dennis
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Routinely stepping into danger and making life and death decisions come with the territory of enforcing the law. And it’s precisely when police officers are in the most danger that emergency medical services cannot reach them
Perspectives on Crime: An Introduction to Criminal Justice emphasizes three main concepts. The first concept encompasses the idea of decisions made by police officers typically are common sense decisions. These decisions could include writing a ticket, prosecuting a case, or even making an arrest. The second concept explains the unintended consequences that arise when changes are pursued in the criminal justice system. Lastly, the book addresses the idea that theories imply solutions.
Author(s): Cortney Fisher
Something Bad Happened Last Night: The Study of the Victim’s Role in the Criminal Justice System is not intended to be a comprehensive analysis of all crime victims and the various ways in which crime impacts crime victims. This text is an introductory exploration of crime victims, the impact of crime, and the role of the crime victim in the criminal justice process, with a special focus on victims of violent crime.
Author(s): Robert Aberle
The Administration of Justice: An Introduction to the Criminal Justice System in America, Fifth Edition is a comprehensive overview of Criminal Justice that is presented in a clear and understandable format. The text is designed to meet the needs of those students who are seeking to get a broad overview of the American Criminal Justice System as an elective to meet general education requirements for other disciplines, as well as the foundation for those students planning to major in criminal justice studies.