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Counterterrorism and Security New!

Critical Infrastructure Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness, Third Edition Robert Radvanovsky CIPS, Infracritical, Geneva, Illinois, USA

Allan McDougall Evolutionary Security Management Inc. Arnprior, Ontario, Canada

Our changing world in which emergency preparedness is finding a permanent niche requires us to integrate and incorporate emergency management and homeland security concepts with infrastructure assurance options. Ultimately, to keep our society safe, we must be able to assure that infrastructure services will continue operating no matter what disaster may befall us. Since the initial inception of this book, there have been significant strides in efforts of safeguarding the operations of our world’s infrastructures. This volume represents further developments since the second edition. In keeping with the fast-changing nature of this field, Critical Infrastructure: Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness, Third Edition has been completely revised and updated. The authors have verified all existing weblinks for accuracy and new weblinks have been added. Three chapters have been renamed to be more reflective of current trends, and several chapters are now consolidated into a single chapter, as the book embraces a new "all-hazards approach" to homeland security, critical infrastructure protection and assurance, and emergency management.

Contents: Introduction to Critical Infrastructure Assurance and Protection Demand, Capacity and Fragility and the Emergence of Networks Beyond National Frameworks Public-Private Partnerships The Re-Invention of Information Sharing and Intelligence Emergency Preparedness and Readiness Security Vulnerability Assessments Regulations Information Sharing and Analysis Centers Supervisory Control and Data Critical Infrastructure Information Appendices Catalog no. K14465, April 2013, 280 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4665-0345-8, $99.95 / £63.99 Also available as an eBook


Protection, Security, and Safeguards Practical Approaches and Perspectives, Second Edition Edited by

Dale L. June National University, Los Angeles, California, USA

Much has changed on the security landscape since the last edition of this book was published in 2000. Today’s security personnel face greater demands than ever before and are expected to be more highly trained and educated. Updated to reflect the heightened security climate of the current age, Protection, Security, and Safeguards: Practical Approaches and Perspectives, Second Edition offers a critical survey of the field, introduces proven procedures, and explores the latest advances for security practitioners.

Highlights of the book include: • Psychological perspectives on security issues • The professional requirements of security officers and executive protection agents • Case studies of unusual security scenarios • Guidance on performing a threat assessment under immediate situations • Workplace violence prevention and response programs • The role of security consultants • Defensive tactics for protecting clients and personal self-defense • Residence security, airline security, corporate investigations, and motorcade procedures • Real stories from K-9 handlers • Safeguards against identity theft and counterfeiting • Tips on getting hired as a security professional Edited by a former U.S. Secret Service agent, the book includes contributions from professionals in all walks of the security industry. The diverse array of topics in this volume provide a scintillating view of the challenging field of security and the people who make up today’s security workforce. Catalog no. K13190, October 2012, 478 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-6953-6, $69.95 / £44.99 Also available as an eBook

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Counterterrorism and Security Terrorism and Organized Hate Crime Intelligence Gathering, Analysis and Investigations, Third Edition Michael R. Ronczkowski Major & Fusion Center Director, Retired, Miami, Florida, USA

The ability of law enforcement agencies to manage intelligence is key to fighting the war on terror, and a critical foundation of intelligence-led policing is proper analysis of the information gained. Terrorism and Organized Hate Crime: Intelligence Gathering, Analysis, and Investigations, Third Edition provides a methodical approach to analyzing homeland security needs, enabling the law enforcement community to understand the vital role it plays in the war on terrorism. Using techniques applicable to the private and public sectors, the book combines academic, research, and practitioner perspectives to establish a protocol for effectively gathering, analyzing, investigating, and disseminating criminal intelligence. The book demonstrates how to recognize the indicators of an impending act of terrorism or mass violence, how to deter an attack, and how to transform information into intelligence to meet community demands for safety and security. New chapters in this third edition focus on source development and their use in investigations, the role of fusion centers, terrorism financing, the handling of classified materials, and the National Suspicious Activity Reporting (SAR) Initiative. The book also discusses pre-incident indicators, the radicalization process, and behavioral traits associated with terrorism. A one-stop resource for the homeland security, intelligence analyst, and investigative professional, this volume arms those tasked with protecting the public with a solid blueprint for combating and investigating crimes associated with terrorism and hate. Catalog no. K13056, September 2011, 417 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-6759-4, $93.95 / £59.99 Also available as an eBook

Terrorist Financing, Money Laundering, and Tax Evasion Examining the Performance of Financial Intelligence Units Jayesh D'Souza Florida International University, Miami, USA

Tracking funding is a critical part of the fight against terrorism and as the threat has escalated, so has the development of financial intelligence units (FIUs) designed to investigate suspicious transactions. Terrorist Financing, Money Laundering, and Tax Evasion: Examining the Performance of Financial Intelligence Units provides a thorough analysis of the financing phenomenon from the raising of funds to government agencies’ efforts to interdict them to measuring and monitoring the outcomes of these efforts. This volume begins by presenting deep-rooted conflicts in the Middle East, the United States, the Indian subcontinent, Northern Ireland, and South America that have led to modern terrorism. It describes recent developments in counterterrorism and discusses the next steps in intelligence reform. Next, the author discusses how financial crime is committed, examining the source of funds from money laundering and tax evasion among others, and the transfer of these funds. He then covers performance and risk management, and the process of measuring performance using the balanced scorecard method. The book presents an overview of anti-money laundering and counterterrorist financing initiatives in several regions around the globe: the European Union, Asia Pacific, North America, Latin America and the Caribbean, the Middle East, and Africa. It concludes with a survey of experts’ opinions on the efficacy of current programs and recommendations for improving government performance in countering terrorist financing and related money laundering and tax evasion. Knowing what to target and how to measure results are essential for performance enhancement in preventing and interdicting financial criminal activity. Establishing the need for accurate assessment of the success and failure of FIUs, the book demonstrates how monitoring and measuring progress is a crucial part of financial interdiction efforts in the fight against terrorism. Catalog no. K11399, August 2011, 232 pp. Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-1-4398-2850-2 $79.95 / £40.99 Also available as an eBook


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Counterterrorism and Security The Counterterrorism Handbook

Terrorism and Homeland Security

Tactics, Procedures, and Techniques, Fourth Edition

Perspectives, Thoughts, and Opinions

Frank Bolz, Jr.

Edited by

Bolz Associates Inc., Huntington Station, New York, USA and Co-Founder, Hostage Negotiating Team, New York City Police Department, USA

Kenneth J. Dudonis

Detective (Retired), New York City Police Department, USA

David P. Schulz

Journalist, New York, New York, USA

"This book is a must read for anyone involved in leadership positions at all levels of federal, state, or local governments or private organizations involved in the support of War on Terror operations." —Paul E. Vallely, MG, US Army (Retired), |Fox News Channel Military Analyst

Terrorists constantly present new challenges to law enforcement, emergency response teams, security planners, and others involved in counterterrorism. Since the last edition of this volume was published, additional atrocities have occurred and new threats have surfaced. The fourth edition of The Counterterrorism Handbook: Tactics, Procedures, and Techniques provides the latest developments and offers new insights on the War on Terror. Updated to reflect an increased focus on terrorism in public transportation, this volume provides an understanding of the strategies, tactics, and techniques required to tackle terrorism as it exists today. It illustrates essential topics such as the elements common to all terrorism, bomb threats, risk assessment, hostages, and weapons of mass destruction. It also presents case studies of some of the most notorious terrorist incidents, including both World Trade Center attacks, Oklahoma City, Centennial Olympic Park, the US Embassy, the U.S.S. Cole, and attacks in Madrid, London, and Glasgow. The only way to effectively deal with terrorism is to have a thorough understanding of its present-day characteristics—who is involved and what weapons and tactics they are likely to use. In language friendly to first responders, this volume presents a comprehensive strategy of how to deal with a whole gamut of possible terrorist incidents. Covering everything from bombings and hostage-taking to nuclear terrorism, the book describes in specific detail what needs to be done before, during, and after an event. Armed with this information, those charged with protecting the public will be better equipped to face myriad threats. Catalog no. K12096, July 2011, 529 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-4670-4, $93.95 / £59.99 Also available as an eBook

Dale L. June National University, Los Angeles, California, USA

This volume brings together the work of academic researchers and law enforcement and intelligence personnel to present a sober appraisal of the issues surrounding the current state of our security infrastructure. Topics discussed include the history of terrorism and the rise of transnational anti-Western Islamism, progress made in protecting nations and individuals from terrorism, an analysis of a captured al-Qaeda training manual, suicide bombings, and political propaganda. The book also examines cooperative antiterrorism efforts among nations, insider threats, intelligence gathering, terrorist threats south of the border, and tools for locating bomb makers and clandestine labs. Catalog no. 93061, September 2010, 395 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-9306-3, $87.95 / £56.99

Transportation Systems Security Allan McDougall Evolutionary Security Management Inc., Arnprior, Ontario, Canada

Robert Radvanovsky CIPS, Infracritical, Geneva, Illinois, USA

Highlighting all aspects of transportation security, this comprehensive text presents strategic, practical, and operational applications for the physical, procedural, and psychological safeguards required to keep all modes of transportation up and running. Topics include systems layout, core performance issues, risk assessment, predicting internal and external loss, exercises, training, layered systems, compliance, and shared information. Each chapter features questions and case scenarios to facilitate understanding. A fictitious company is used to depict various scenarios in order to illustrate the theoretical concepts discussed by the authors. Catalog no. 63782, May 2008, 280 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-6378-3, $83.95 / £53.99 Also available as an eBook

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Criminal Justice Coming Soon!

Policing and the Mentally Ill


Racial Profiling They Stopped Me Because I'm ------------! Michael L. Birzer

Edited by

Duncan Chappell University of Sydney, Australia

Wichita State University, Kansas, USA

Many racial minority communities claim profiling occurs frequently in their neighborhoods. Police authorities, for the most part, deny that they engage in racially biased police tactics. A handful of books have been published on the topic, but they tend to offer only anecdotal reports offering little reliable insight. Few use a qualitative methodological lens to provide the context of how minority citizens experience racial profiling. Racial Profiling: They Stopped Me Because I’m ———! places minority citizens who believe they have been racially profiled by police authorities at the center of the data. Using primary empirical studies and extensive, in-depth interviews, the book draws on nearly two years of field research into how minorities experience racial profiling by police authorities. The author interviewed more than 100 racial and ethnic minority citizens. Citing 87 of these cases, the book examines each individual case and employs a rigorous qualitative phenomenological method to develop dominant themes and determine their associated meaning. Through an exploration of these themes, we can learn: • What racial profiling is, its historical context, and how formal legal codes and public policy generally define it • The best methods of data collection and the advantages of collecting racial profiling data • How certain challenges can prevent data collection from properly identifying racial profiling or bias-based policing practices • Data analysis and methods of determining the validity of the data • The impact of pretextual stops and the effect of Whren v. United States A compelling account of how minority citizens experience racial profiling and how they ascribe and give meaning to these experiences, the book provides a candid discussion of what the findings of the research mean for the police, racial minority citizens, and future racial profiling research. Catalog no. K13325, November 2012, 241 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-7225-3, $89.95 / £57.99 Also available as an eBook


International Perspectives

A new volume in the CRC Press Advances in Police Theory and Practice series, Policing and the Mentally Ill: International Perspectives provides a worldwide overview of the latest research and policy developments in police handling of the mentally ill. This threepart book comprises updated and expanded articles from a special issue of Police Practice and Research Journal and papers presented at the International Academy of Law and Mental Health Congress held in July 2011. A variety of researchers and practitioners discuss empirically tested approaches, offering a unique perspective on the dilemmas faced by developed and emerging nations.

Selected Contents: Developments in North America and Europe Developing a Statewide Approach to Specialised Policing Response (SPR) Programme Implementation Improving Relationships between Police and People With Mental Illnesses: Canadian Developments ... Developments in Australia NSW Police Force Mental Health Intervention Team: Forging a New Path Forward in Mental Health and Policing in the Community? The Mental Health Intervention Program: Preventing and Resolving Mental Health Crisis Situations Core Requirements of a Best Practise Model for Police Encounters Involving People Experiencing Mental Illness in Australia: A Victorian Perspective Policing and the Mentally Ill: Victimisation and Offending in Severe Mental Illness The Role of Mental Disorders in Use of Force Incidents Between the Police and the Public Mental Health Crisis Interventions and the Politics of Police Use of Deadly Force Mental Health Frequent Presenters: Key Concerns, Case Management Approaches, and Policy and Programme Considerations for Emergency Services Compounding Mental and Cognitive Disability and Disadvantage: Police as Care Managers ... The Developing World Community Policing and People With Mental Disorders: Responding to Developing World Challenges in Papua New Guinea Reflections on Policing and Mental Health in Africa: Integrating and Regulating Diverse Healing and Policing Systems ... Index Catalog no. K13821, May 2013, 393 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-8116-3, $99.95 / £63.99 Also available as an eBook

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Criminal Justice New!

The Dynamics of Murder Kill or Be Killed R. Barri Flowers Tigard, Oregon, USA

“… an academically rigorous, highly informative and very readable analysis of the complexities of murder and its causes. Mr. Flowers' clear and concise writing style make this important new book a terrific addition to the classroom and home library.” —Scott Bonn, Ph.D., Professor of Criminology at Drew University and Media Analyst

“ … an indispensable sourcebook for anyone interested in American homicide … a consistently fascinating read, beautifully conceived and organized … ." —Harold Schechter, Professor of American Literature and Culture at Queens College and Bestselling Author of The Serial Killer Files

In recent years, there has been a surge in school shootings, workplace homicides, hate violence, and deadly terrorist attacks in the United States. This has resulted in a greater focus on homicidal behavior, its antecedents, ways to recognize warning signs of atrisk victims and offenders, and preventive measures. It has also led to increased efforts by lawmakers to create and pass tough crime legislation as well as improved federal, state, and local law enforcement response to murder and other violent crimes. The Dynamics of Murder: Kill or Be Killed is a multifaceted probe of murder offenses, offenders, victims, and characteristics of homicide in American society. This book breaks new ground in homicide studies by examining issues generally ignored or neglected among researchers. Topics include murders occurring in the workplace and in schools, those perpetrated by gangs and terrorists, those incited by bias, and intimate and intrafamilial murders. The book discusses sexual killers, serial and mass murderers, and suicide. It also examines psychological and sociological theories on murder and violence, as well as the increasing role the Internet plays in these crimes. Case studies of actual murderers are included, including serial killers Gerald and Charlene Gallego, mass murderer Byran Koji Uyesugi, the murder/suicide case of Sahel Kazemi, and the intrafamilial murders committed by Charles Stuart and Sarah Marie Johnson. A comprehensive exploration of the crime of murder in American society, this fascinating study is an essential resource for researchers, criminologists, and other professionals in a wide range of disciplines. Catalog no. K13741, November 2012, 355 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-7973-3, $69.95 / £49.99 Also available as an eBook


Crime and Planning Building Socially Sustainable Communities Derek Paulsen Commissioner of Planning, Preservation, and Development, Lexington, Kentucky; Professor, Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, USA

The form and layout of a built environment has a significant influence on crime by creating opportunities for it and, in turn, shaping community crime patterns. Effective urban planners and designers will consider crime when making planning and design decisions. Crime and Planning: Building Socially Sustainable Communities presents a comprehensive discussion of the interconnections between urban planning, criminal victimization, and crime prevention. An introduction into the main concerns at the intersection of criminology and community planning, the book first provides an overview of crime patterns. It then explores major issues within planning and their impact on crime. Critical topics discussed include connectivity, mixed-use developments, land use and zoning, transit-oriented design, and pedestrian trails, greenways, and parks. The remaining chapters explore: • Crime prevention theories • Crime prevention as a central component of sustainability • How to incorporate social sustainability and planning guidelines into local planning decisions • Policy discussion of issues such as zoning • How tools such as smart growth and form-based codes relate to crime and crime prevention • Examples of how planning decisions can impact crime patterns in both a residential and retail setting, and what has already worked in real-world communities As communities continue to grapple with foreclosure, sprawl, and infill/redevelopment, a sound understanding of how the built environment impacts crime is of increasing importance. This book provides planners with the tools and knowledge necessary to minimize the impact of crime on communities with the goal of creating socially sustainable communities. This book is a co-publication with the American Planning Association.

Catalog no. K13283, November 2012, 205 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-7166-9, $79.95 / £49.99 Also available as an eBook

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Criminal Justice Power, National Security, and Transformational Global Events

Global Environment of Policing Edited by

Challenges Confronting America, China, and Iran

Darren Palmer

Edited by

Coppin State University, Baltimore, Maryland, USA

Thomas A. Johnson University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Kenosha, USA

As the United States struggled to survive the recent recession, China quietly acquired a vast amount of U.S. Treasury bills and bonds. With China now holding so much of America’s debt, currency valuation issues have already caused tensions between the two superpowers. Couple this with Iran’s efforts to develop into a nuclear power in an area that lacks political stability, and the United States and China could soon find themselves in a global power tug-of-war. Power, National Security, and Transformational Global Events: Challenges Confronting America, China, and Iran explores the shifts in power that have initiated major transformational events around the world. Expert contributors identify the major challenges that now confront America as a result of these transformations. Filled with authoritative insights into how current and emerging situations will impact the United States, the book illustrates the policy problems and limited choices facing America. It also: • Describes the information technology and social media tools that were instrumental in the Arab revolution

Deakin University, Warn Ponds, Australia

Michael M. Berlin Dilip K. Das

International Police Executive Symposium, New York, USA

Drawn from the proceedings at the International Police Executive Symposium in Prague and other IPES projects, this book presents case studies from more than 14 countries. Presenting the contributions of high-level police executives, practitioners, and academics, it explores community policing in Latin America and the U.S. and describes the effectiveness of a zero tolerance policy in New York City. It also presents a case study of policing in Portugal and examines challenges confronting developing countries, policing in Brazil, police accountability mechanisms in India, and concerns regarding the democratization of policing. Catalog no. 65904, June 2012, 359 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-6590-9, $99.95 / £63.99 Also available as an eBook

Financial Crimes A Threat to Global Security Edited by

• Provides the insights of experts from the Intelligence Community on emerging issues that will soon impact America

Maximillian Edelbacher

• Illustrates the policy problems involved in addressing the challenges with Iran

Kent State University, Ohio, USA

• Explores the rapid growth of China’s economic wealth and military power

University of Economics and Business Administration, Vienna, Austria

This much-needed reference describes and analyzes the emergence of cyber power and its capabilities for cyber attack, cyber warfare, and cyber defense. It examines the information revolution and social media instruments, such as Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, in terms of their role and impact on the Arab revolution. It also discusses the fallacy of the decline of the United States as a superpower in terms of its formation and distribution of power resources and its continued formidable military and national security strengths.

Organized crime, white-collar crime, and corruption have a huge impact on financial systems worldwide and must be confronted if true financial reform is to be achieved. Drawn from the 23rd Annual Meeting of the Academic Council on the United Nations System held in Vienna, this book explores the major themes discussed at this elite symposium. It examines changing concepts in security and the expansion of the role of the Security Council of the United Nations. Expert contributors reveal methods to identify certain types of behavior and criminals and efforts to combat illegal activity. They also investigate alternative approaches to preventing another worldwide financial disaster.

Catalog no. K13956, June 2012, 391 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-8422-5, $99.95 / £49.99 Also available as an eBook


AVUS Group, Vienna, Austria

Peter Kratcoski Michael Theil

Catalog no. K13172, June 2012, 447 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-6922-2, $129.95 / £82.00 Also available as an eBook

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Criminal Justice The Crime Numbers Game Management by Manipulation John A. Eterno Molloy College, Rockville Centre, New York, USA

Eli B. Silverman John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, USA

In the mid-1990s, the NYPD created a performance management strategy known as Compstat. It consisted of computerized data, crime analysis, and advanced crime mapping coupled with middle management accountability and crime strategy meetings with high-ranking decision makers. While initially credited with a dramatic reduction in crime, questions quickly arose as to the reliability of the data. This volume brings together the work of two criminologists— one a former NYPD captain—who present the first indepth empirical analysis of this management system—exposing the truth about crime statistics manipulation in the NYPD and the repercussions suffered by crime victims and those who blew the whistle on this corrupt practice. Catalog no. K10516, January 2012, 282 pp. Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-1-4398-1031-6 $69.99 / £42.99 Also available as an eBook

Law for the Expert Witness Fourth Edition Daniel A. Bronstein Michigan State University, East Lansing, USA

Mission-Based Policing John P. Crank, Rebecca K. Murray, Dawn M. Irlbeck, and Mark T. Sundermeier Drawn from the work of scholars on the cutting edge of police research, this volume provides concrete recommendations for the fundamental reorganization of the policing institution. The authors present a comprehensive planning regimen for urban problems that encompasses security, urban reinvestment, and public planning. They introduce an innovative, practical model for problem-oriented policing in high crime areas and outline a specific methodology for police redeployment. Highlighting the importance of hot spot presence, command integrity, and fundamental organizational change, the philosophy’s end goal is long-term reduction in crime statistics through effective crime prevention practices. Catalog no. K12291, August 2011, 257 pp. Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-1-4398-5036-7 $93.95 / £59.99 Also available as an eBook

The Future of Policing A Practical Guide for Police Managers and Leaders Joseph A. Schafer, Michael E. Buerger, Richard W. Myers, Carl J. Jensen, III, and Bernard H. Levin

Updated to incorporate legislative and practical changes enacted since the previous edition, this volume is designed for professionals and students requiring edification on the current processes and techniques of legal procedure. New topics in this edition include the non-discoverability of the expert’s draft reports as mandated by FRCP26; the issue of destruction of evidence as it effects discovery and tests, experiments, and chain of custody; new and updated information on differing rules among states regarding who is an expert and whether that testimony will be admitted into evidence; and the reissuance of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure with new subsections.

As communities continue to undergo rapid demographic shifts that modify their composition, culture, and collective values, police departments serving those communities must evolve accordingly in order to remain effective. This volume provides concrete instruction to agencies on how to promote successful policing by proceeding on a course informed by future trends and emerging community forces. Offering a unique juxtaposition of real-life examples, futures research, emergent trends, and management implications, the book explores community and political variables crucial to the decision-making process and provides practical strategies for police managers wishing to improve their proficiency.

Catalog no. K12361, December 2011, 252 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-5156-2, $93.95 / £59.99 Also available as an eBook

Catalog no. K11722, August 2011, 432 pp., Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-1-4398-3795-5, $83.95 / £52.99 Also available as an eBook

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Criminal Justice Cyber Criminology

Creating Cultural Monsters

Exploring Internet Crimes and Criminal Behavior

Serial Murder in America

Edited by

K. Jaishankar

Julie B. Wiest High Point University, North Carolina, USA

Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu, India

This volume explains connections between American culture and the incidence of serial murder, including reasons why most identified serial murderers are white, male Americans. Presenting empirically supported arguments that have the potential to revolutionize how serial murder is understood, this volume includes an illustrated model that explains how people utilize cultural values to construct lines of action according to their cultural competencies. It demonstrates how the American cultural milieu fosters serial murder and the creation of white male serial murderers and provides a critique of the American mass media’s role in the notoriety of serial murder.

Victimization through the Internet is becoming more prevalent as cyber criminals have developed more effective ways to remain anonymous. This volume explores today’s interface of computer science, Internet science, and criminology. Topics discussed include the growing menace of cyber crime in Nigeria, Internet gambling and digital piracy, cyber stalking and sexual addiction on the Internet, child pornography, and the online exploitation of children. The book also examines terrorist use of the Internet, victimization on social networking websites, malware and hacking, the Islamic world in cyberspace, and human rights concerns that the Digital Age has created.

Catalog no. K12360, June 2011, 243 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-5154-8, $79.95 / £46.99 Also available as an eBook

Catalog no. K11450, February 2011, 461 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-2949-3, $83.95 / £52.99 Also available as an eBook

Effective Crime Reduction Strategies

Suicidal Mass Murderers

International Perspectives

A Criminological Study of Why They Kill

Edited by

John A. Liebert, M.D.

James F. Albrecht

Banner Desert Hospital, Mesa, Arizona, USA

New York City Police Department (Retired), USA

Dilip K. Das International Police Executive Symposium, New York, USA

The International Police Executive Symposium coordinates annual international conferences to evaluate critical issues in policing and recommend practical solutions to law enforcement executives deployed across the globe. Drawn from the 2005 proceedings, this volume contains contributions from the renowned criminal justice and law enforcement professionals who gathered at this elite annual meeting. Dedicated to continued reduction in crime through local and global response, these international experts share effective crime-fighting principles and tried and proven best practices. Thoroughly revised and updated since the initial proceedings, the reports in this volume explore a host of essential topics. Catalog no. 78380, February 2011, 650 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-7838-1, $129.95 / £89.00 Also available as an eBook


William J. Birnes, J.D. Chairman of Sunrise Community Counseling Center, Los Angeles, California, USA

A collaboration between a published researcher on serial violence and an experienced clinical psychiatrist, this book examines violence from the perspective of clinical medicine and psychology and helps to identify and effectively deal with the potential suicidal mass murderer before he kills. Providing a thorough account of the Virginia Tech tragedy, the book details the killer’s descent into madness that culminated in this event. The book asks how we can identify and red flag the potentially dangerous, intervene early in their lives to prevent violence, mitigate potential damage, and do all of this while protecting constitutional rights. Catalog no. 76787, February 2011, 335 pp. Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-1-4200-7678-3 $62.95 / £40.99 Also available as an eBook

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Law Enforcement - Policing New!


Police Interview and Interrogation Techniques DVD

Investigating ComputerRelated Crime

Michael R. Napier The Academy Group, Inc., Manassas, Virginia, USA

Designed for visually oriented learners, the Police Interview and Interrogation Techniques DVD is an illustrative record of many of the techniques, tactics, and strategies utilized during police interviews and interrogations. The videos presented provide officers with concrete images of the best way to conduct these procedures, enabling them to visualize themselves speaking with individuals in a similar manner. Police officers familiar with common interview scenarios play the roles of victims, witnesses, and subjects, ensuring a realistic and practical learning experience. The DVD is an ideal complement to the author's book Behavior, Truth, and Deception. Catalog no. K15904, April 2013, DVD ISBN: 978-1-4665-6065-9, $59.95 / £38.99

Money Laundering A Guide for Criminal Investigators, Third Edition John Madinger Honolulu, Hawaii, USA

Now in its third edition, this volume covers the basics of finding ill-gotten gains, linking them to an individual, and seizing them. Topics discussed include important court decisions and changes in federal law since the second edition; new trends in crime and terrorism financing; the rise of money laundering in connection with major frauds, including the Bernie Madoff case; and law and policy shifts related to terrorism and financing since the Obama administration. The book also discusses new methods for financial intelligence and the filing of Suspicious Activity Reports and explains how changes in technology have enabled launderers to move funds more easily and anonymously. Catalog no. K13169, December 2011, 430 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-6912-3, $104.95 / £66.99

Second Edition Peter Stephenson

Norwich University, Northfield, Vermont, USA

Keith Gilbert

Winslow, Maine, USA

Written by an information security specialist, this second edition of Investigating Computer-Related Crime discusses cybercrime, its investigation, and the difficulties encountered by both public law enforcement officials and private corporate investigators. The book offers insights into collecting evidence, interrogating suspects and witnesses, handling crimes in progress, and working with the authorities. It also includes helpful case studies. Updated chapters incorporate new kinds of attacks, the current work of the Digital Forensic Research Workshop and their investigative model, new operating systems, the impact of the Patriot Act, and new ways of analyzing computer media.

Contents: The Nature of Cybercrime Cybercrime as We Enter the Twenty-First Century The Potential Impacts of Cybercrime Malware Attacks Surgical Strikes and Shotgun Blasts Investigating Cybercrime A Framework for Conducting an Investigation of a Computer Security Incident Look for the Hidden Flaw Analyzing the Remnants of a Computer Security Incident Launching the Investigation Determining If a Crime Has Taken Place Cover-Ups Are Common Involving the Authorities When an Investigation Cannot Continue Preparing for Cybercrime Building a Corporate Cyber “SWAT Team” Privacy and Computer Crime Introduction to End-to-End Digital Investigation Collecting and Analyzing Evidence of a Computer Crime Using Evidence Effectively Conducting Incident Postmortems Using the Forensic Utilities Appendix A Appendix B Appendix C Index Catalog no. 1973, April 2013, 402 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8493-1973-0, $89.95 / £57.99 Also available as an eBook

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The Active Shooter Response Training Manual Scott M. Hyderkhan Kinetic Tactical Training Solutions LLC, Mercer Island, Washington, USA

" … clear, concise and easily understandable and virtually implementable with any size team of operators or road dogs. … builds on training, unity, tasks, skill levels … making sure your techniques fall within the parameters of good reliable doctrine. … perfect for all types of learners." —National Tactical Officer Association Conference Active Shooter Instructor certification course attendee, Mesquite, Nevada.

The modern Active Shooter Response (ASR) has been evolving since its inception, approximately a decade ago. The Active Shooter Response Training Manual, DVD training video, and PowerPoint® presentation on CD-ROM provides police personnel with the skills necessary to respond successfully to any active shooter situation. Using established doctrine developed by the U.S. Army, this program is designed to help create, plan, and execute ASR training at the departmental level. The methods and protocols presented are applicable across all federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies.

Contents: The Active Shooter Response Mission and Operation Principles of Training and Developing an ASR Training Plan Movement and Maneuver Close Quarter Battle Individual Tasks Collective Tasks Command Post Command and Control Considerations Task Performance Evaluations Active Shooter Response Special Equipment Glossary Individual and Collective Tasks

About the Author: Scott M. Hyderkhan is a retired Master Sergeant of the United States Army. His experience spans 20 years, which encompassed a military professional career in service of the 75th Ranger Regiment, 7th Infantry Division (Light), and the 10th Mountain Division. His professional expertise is in small unit tactics. Sergeant Hyderkhan now serves as a 12-year law enforcement officer for the City of Mercer Island, Washington. Catalog no. K18964, May 2013, c. 88 pp., Soft Cover ISBN: 978-1-4665-8297-2, $89.95 / £57.99 Also available as an eBook


Police and Profiling in the US Applying Theory to Criminal Investigations Lauren M. Barrow Chestnut Hill College. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

Ron A. Rufo Kaplan University, Chicago, Illinois, USA

Highlighting the current paradigm shift in criminology towards a cross-disciplinary understanding of behavior, Police and Profiling in the US Applying Theory to Criminal Investigations combines the experience of a criminal investigator and educator to provide the insight necessary to view events, data, and evidence in the context of contemporary theoretical approaches. Written in a practical and approachable manner, this general reference and how-to manual gives investigators the ability to combine theory, instinct, and hunches with contemporary technology (including popular social networks such a Facebook and Twitter) to construct a solid criminal profile incorporating criminal investigation and behavior analysis. A unique text that presents criminal profiling based on a sound methodology, the book concludes with scintillating profiles of 12 of the most notorious serial killers.

Contents: Introduction Theoretical Foundations Logic and Reasoning Practices Childhood Indicators Motives & Criminal Typologies Sexually-Based Offenses and Motivated Crimes Serial and Rage Killers Hero Complex Killers Crime Scene Indicators and Investigations Geographic Profiling Victim Selection Characteristics Conclusion Profiles of Twelve Serial Killers Catalog no. K14519, July 2013, c. 224 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4665-0435-6, $79.95 / £57.99 Also available as an eBook

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Sexually Motivated Crimes Understanding the Profile of the Sex Offender and Applying Theory to Practice Janet R. Oliva Janet R. Oliva Consulting, Inc., Hiawassee, Georgia, USA

In cases where minimal or no physical evidence exists, behavioral evidence may be all that investigators have available to help them focus the investigation. It may be the only aspect of the case that can link one unsolved case to another, or to numerous other unsolved cases. Sexually Motivated Crimes: Understanding the Profile of the Sex Offender and Applying Theory to Practice discusses the dynamics and behaviors associated with sex offenders and explains their direct application to both the criminal investigation and to society. Content chapters include an introduction to the subject matter, a discussion of the existing research and literature regarding the issue, and an explanation of the topic’s importance and application through practical illustrations. These chapters are followed by actual case studies that illustrate practical application of the content. The book presents the foundational concepts of the nature of criminal sexuality and then explores: • The importance of recognizing nuisance offenses— commonly dismissed by police officers—as a precursor to more serious crimes of violence • Essential literature pertaining to rapists, including basic motivations, typologies, methods of approach, and levels of force, as well as the importance of a proper victim interview • The definition of sexual homicide and the dynamics between victims and offenders • Reasons why child sex offenders choose to offend children, and reasons children fail to disclose or delay in disclosing their abuse • The three components of child sexual exploitation: molestation, pornography, and prostitution Written in an accessible style geared to police officers and practitioners, this volume builds and expands upon the existing literature, uses unique theories and perspectives derived from the author’s years of training and investigative experience, and provides clear and precise information that law enforcement officers can apply to their daily work.

Contents: THE SEXUALLY MOTIVATED OFFENDER Sexually Motivated Offenses Criminal Sexuality Crime Scene Analysis ... Case Study: The “Modeling Agent” Serial Rapist Case Summaries

Criminal Investigative Analysis The Nuisance Offender Offender Progression Paraphilias A Case Study ... Case Study: The Farmers Mill Sex Offender The Incidents Linkage Analysis Behavioral Characteristics and Traits THE RAPIST AND RAPE-MURDERER Profile of the Rapist Rapist Motivations Rapist Methods of Approach Rapist Levels of Force Rapist Behavior Rapist Typologies The Rape Victim ... Case Study: The Water Bridge Rapists Case Facts Sexual Homicide Victimology Organized/Disorganized Offender Dichotomy Sadistic Homicide Lust Murder Homosexual Homicides Homicide of the Elderly ... Case Study: The Mysterious Murder of the “Lady of the Night” Victimology External Injuries Crime Assessment Offender Characteristics and Traits ... THE CHILD SEX OFFENDER Profile of the Child Sex Offender Child Sexual Abuse Child Sex Offenders Child Erotica and Sexual Paraphernalia ... Case Study: The Molester in Troop No. 357 Case Facts Missing and Exploited Children Sexual Exploitation of Children Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Program Child Abduction and Homicide ... Case Study: The Bizarre Case of the “Pockmarked” Abductor The Abductions ... INDEX Catalog no. K13893, December 2012, 304 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-8255-9, $89.95 / £57.99 Also available as an eBook

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Endangered Children

Practical Handbook for Professional Investigators

Homicide and Other Crimes, Second Edition

Third Edition

Lita Linzer Schwartz, PhD and Natalie K. Isser, PhD

Rory J. McMahon, CLI, CFE

The Pennsylvania State University, Abington, USA

Investigation Education Consultants, Parkland, Florida, USA

Praise for Previous Editions: "… a no-nonsense, how-to, educational text. … a valuable addition to the library of any serious investigator." —Kitty Hailey, CLI

"This book will easily become the 'bible' of the investigation industry - a compact detailed book that should be a mandatory textbook for beginners, and a welcome and constant companion to the experienced investigator." —Grace Elting Castle, Cluesonline Editor

Designed for individuals studying to become investigators as well as practicing investigators of all types and levels of experience, Practical Handbook for Professional Investigators, Third Edition offers the skilled perspective of an author with more than 35 years of investigative experience. This new edition is completely updated and more relevant than ever, containing four new chapters: Investigating Terrorism, Technology Tools for the Professional Investigator, Use of Forensic Evidence, and Trial Notebooks and Forms Used by PIs. It also includes changes to the fraud chapter and additional case studies to help prepare professional investigators to launch successful investigations.

Selected Contents: Introduction Skills Needed to Become a Successful Investigator Foundations of Investigation Interviews, Interrogation, and Taking Statements Legal Investigations Fraud Investigation Computer Crime Criminal Investigation Overview of Death Investigations Terrorism Investigation Insurance and Arson Investigation Domestic Investigations Due Diligence and Background Investigations Locates and Skip Tracing Surveillance Testifying in Court ... Catalog no. K14035, July 2013, c. 440 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-8722-6, $99.95 / £76.99 Also available as an eBook


From infancy onward, children are in danger from many sources, including parental and sibling abuse, drug abuse and mental illness in the home, parental neglect, and poverty. Removing an at-risk child from a troubled environment brings on a host of new concerns and is not always a panacea. Endangered Children: Homicide, and Other Crimes, Second Edition focuses on the myriad threats facing children and provides insight into possible solutions. Beginning with a history of child abuse, the book explores this phenomenon as presented in literature and in other cultural references. It then provides sociobiological and cross-cultural perspectives on neonaticide. It examines motives for abuse and explores how shame and denial of pregnancy can lead to the killing of an infant within moments of its birth. The book examines legal ramifications to neonaticide in the U.S. and abroad, including psychological and psychiatric defenses. Additional chapters focus on shaken baby syndrome and Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy, and the book includes a new chapter on postpartum depression. The authors include profiles of several notorious cases, including Susan Smith and Andrea Yates. They also discuss issues related to abortion and euthanasia, and conclude by suggesting preventive measures to child abuse and therapeutic rehabilitation. Exploring a social tragedy from psychological, sociological, and criminological perspectives, the authors attempt to answer the many questions that arise from these crimes against our most vulnerable, offering readers a thought-provoking resource that is sure to encourage further research and inquiry.

Contents: Children: An Endangered Species Throughout History. Neonaticide in Theory and in History: Who Are the Perpetrators? Motives for Abuse. Neonaticide and Its Alternatives. Neonaticide and the Law. In Transition: From One Form of Child Abuse to Another. Postpartum Depression Disorders. Infanticide, Filicide, and Other Abuses. The Law and Crimes Against Children. Choice and Reproduction Arguments. Child Abuse: Preventive Measures. Concluding Thoughts and Recommendations. References. Index. Catalog no. K13540, December 2011, 287 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-7626-8, $83.95 / £52.99 Also available as an eBook

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Los Angeles Police Department Meltdown

Frederick S. Calhoun

The Fall of the Professional-Reform Model of Policing

Threat Management Consultant, Arlington, Virginia, USA

Stephen W. Weston California Highway Patrol (Retired), Sacramento, USA

Professionalization has come to the field of threat management. It has developed a systematic theory unique to the field, recognized authorities have emerged, and it is finding its own ethical code of conduct. It is also beginning to grow its own culture, complete with a vocabulary of its own. Although the field yet has a way to go, it is well along the path to becoming a profession. One product of this ongoing professionalization is the discovery of certain key concepts that, until now, have been unidentified or undefined. Concepts and Case Studies in Threat Management explores the salient themes essential to the practice and profession of threat management. These concepts include case dynamics and intervention synergy, the importance of necessary knowledge, the power of inhibitors, differences among the various venues of violence, myopic management strategies, and isolationism. The authors illustrate these concepts and more with detailed examples and real-life case studies that give readers practical, concrete perspectives on the myriad threat management scenarios they may encounter in their profession. The book also introduces a glossary of terms, developed in a joint effort between the authors and researchers at the University of Nebraska’s Public Policy Center, that have emerged during the current professionalization of threat management. Moving the field towards a more quantitative approach, the book explores in depth the current state of the threat management process. With a full understanding of the components and challenges in each threat management situation, those charged with protecting the public will improve their approach to the tasks of identifying, assessing, and managing individuals who pose a risk of violence. Catalog no. K14132, August 2012, 252 pp. Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-1-4398-9217-6 $79.95 / £49.99 Also available as an eBook

James Lasley California State University, Fullerton, USA

Once considered among the most respected police departments in the world, the LAPD suffered a devastating fall from grace following the 1991 police officer beating of Rodney King and the Los Angeles riots stemming from the officers’ acquittal in 1992. Unique to the literature of policing, management, and policy studies, Los Angeles Police Department Meltdown: The Fall of the Professional-Reform Model of Policing presents what can be considered the first and only existing research document truly explaining the reasons behind the LAPD’s demise. The book reveals a special inside study performed by the author under the exclusive authority of LAPD Chief of Police Daryl Gates to investigate why the department had begun to disintegrate following the Rodney King incident, and how, if possible, it could be salvaged. The findings presented are based on firsthand written accounts of LAPD officer informants who describe their observations of the department’s meltdown as it occurred. These accounts explain why the crimefighting enforcement style of the once highly regarded Professional-Reform Model of policing (coined at the LAPD) was abandoned in police departments across the nation in favor of the less aggressive community-based policing model. Lost for some 20 years under mysterious circumstances after collection and storage at the LAPD, these officer informant materials were recently retrieved and made available for analysis. They are presented in their entirety in this book. In every respect, this work is the final word on why and how the LAPD—a police organization emulated throughout the world—ultimately self-destructed after 41 years of serving and protecting the City of Angels. Catalog no. K14343, August 2012, 294 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-9917-5, $79.95 / £49.99 Also available as an eBook

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Criminal Financial Investigations The Use of Forensic Accounting Techniques and Indirect Methods of Proof, Second Edition Gregory A. Pasco Colorado Technical University, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, USA

Understanding the financial motivations behind white collar crime is often the key to the apprehension and successful prosecution of these individuals. Now in its second edition, Criminal Financial Investigations: The Use of Forensic Accounting Techniques and Indirect Methods of Proof provides direct instruction on the “how to” aspects of criminal financial investigations, taking readers through the different approaches used in gathering evidence and demonstrating how to present circumstantial evidence to a judge or jury in a simple and convincing manner. Simplifying how the financial pieces fit together, this text: • Presents the logic and reasoning involved in constructing a financial criminal investigation • Describes the requirements for legal acceptance of forensic accounting investigations

Criminal Investigation Division of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). During this time, he conducted more than 100 financial criminal investigations. He worked in the IRS Organized Crime Unit in Detroit, Michigan, and with the Narcotics Task Forces in New Mexico and Ohio, and completed his federal law enforcement career in South Dakota. During his career, Pasco became qualified as an expert witness in criminal tax computations and was accepted as such in federal district court. He was also called upon to provide electronic surveillance and monitoring assistance in other investigations, and was qualified and testified as an expert witness in this area in federal district court. He has also been qualified as an expert witness in the area of money laundering.


• Includes relevant examples of the step-by-step processes involved in financial investigations


• Explores the pitfalls—and how to avoid them —in financial investigating

The Financial Disciplines Characteristics of Financial Crimes

• Contains two investigations with step-by-step procedures from initial inquiry to case completion— for use as term or topical assignments or to promote class discussion

Categories of Theft

New Chapters in the Second Edition: • What Is a Financial Investigation?

The Paper Trail Collecting and Preserving Evidence Gathering Documentary Evidence Gathering Evidence through Observation

• Indirect Methods in Tax Investigations

What Is a Financial Investigation? Requirements for Indirect Methods of Proof

• Unique Aspects of Criminal Tax Investigations

The Standard Methods of Proof

• Innovative Applications

What Processes Are Common to All Indirect Methods of Proof? The Specific Items Case

Written by a former Special Agent with the Criminal Investigation Division of the U.S. Internal Revenue Service, this volume sets out a successful methodology enabling readers to identify, pursue, and successfully prosecute financial white collar crime. Solutions manual, PowerPoint slides and test bank available with qualifying course adoption ®

The Net Worth and Personal Expenditures Case Indirect Methods in Tax Investigations Unique Aspects of Criminal Tax Investigations The Case Report Preparation for Trial

About the Author:

Innovative Applications

Gregory A. Pasco is a professor of criminal justice at Colorado Technical University’s Sioux Falls, South Dakota campus. Pasco spent more than 28 years in federal law enforcement as a special agent with the


The Bank Deposits and Cash Expenditures Case

Catalog no. K15970, October 2012, 295 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4665-6262-2, $99.95 / £63.99 Also available as an eBook

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Effective Expert Witnessing Practices for the 21st Century, Fifth Edition Jack V. Matson Matson & Associates, LLC, State College, Pennsylvania, USA

Praise for the Previous Edition:

About the Author:

“…a well-conceived and well-written book that organizes the often seemingly chaotic proceedings of litigation into a logical, structured, step-by-step process, one that individuals outside the legal community can readily understand. The numerous suggestions and analyses presented by the authors serve to bridge the gap between scientific expert witnesses and the legal community. … recommended for individuals possessing scientific knowledge and expertise who contemplate undertaking the role of a consulting or testifying expert witness. In addition, physicians who are summoned to testify in a court of law, and attorneys involved in various kinds of medical-legal litigation will find this book an especially useful reference.”

Jack V. Matson, Ph.D., is emeritus professor of environmental engineering at The Pennsylvania State University and an owner of Matson and Associates Inc., a litigation support consulting engineering firm, in State College, Pennsylvania. His expertise is in the field of chemical emissions, water and wastewater treatment, air pollution, and hazardous wastes. In the course of his career, he has been deposed in over 100 cases and testified at 20 trials. He continues to be active as an expert witness in environmental litigation, specializing in chemical emissions. He is a registered professional engineer in Pennsylvania, Texas, and Ohio.

—Journal of Legal Medicine

The testimony of an expert witness can lead to success or failure in cases that hinge on the presentation’s impact on a jury. This volume explores the fundamentals of litigation, trial preparation, courtroom presentation, and the business of expert witnessing. Extensively updated to reflect new developments since the last edition, it provides practical advice enabling expert witnesses and attorneys to maximize the effectiveness of their expert testimony. The Fifth Edition includes three new chapters. The first uses a hypothetical case study to explore expert witness immunity and issues related to professional malpractice and civil liability. In a chapter on psychology and the art of expert persuasion, noted social psychologist and witness preparation specialist Ann T. Greeley reveals the psychology of juries, discusses what makes an expert effective, and provides tips for conveying effective testimony through verbal and nonverbal behavior and graphics and technology. The final chapter surveys nine of the worst mistakes an expert can make and provides tips on how to avoid them. Accompanying the book is an invaluable CD-ROM in which Dr. Matson introduces video clips demonstrating effective and ineffective expert testimony at deposition and trial. The book and supplemental CD-ROM provide robust strategies ensuring that expert witnesses have the best possible advantage in presenting testimony that is credible, persuasive, and compelling.

Contents: The Legal Environment and Expert Witnessing The Legal Environment A Closer Look at the Impact of Daubert Key Cases and Precedents Affecting Expert Witnessing The Litigation Process The Pretrial Process Preparing for Trial The Courtroom Drama The Art, Business, and Future of Expert Witnessing The Art of Expert Witnessing The Business of Expert Witnessing Expert Immunity, Professional Malpractice, and Civil Liability The Importance of Psychological Factors in Testifying Psychology and the Art of Expert Persuasion Nine of the Worst Mistakes That Experts Make and How to Avoid Them Bibliography Appendix: Expert Witness Resources Index Catalog no. K14054, August 2012, 204 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-8767-7, $99.95 / £63.99 Also available as an eBook

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A Guide for First Responders and Investigators

Cold Case Research Resources for Unidentified, Missing, and Cold Homicide Cases

Donald F. Sprague

Silvia Pettem

Freeland, Michigan, USA

Author of "Someone's Daughter: In Search of Justice for Jane Doe," Boulder, Colorado, USA


Investigating Missing Children Cases

Time is an abducted child’s worst enemy. Seventy-four percent of abducted children who are murdered are killed within three hours of their abduction. It takes, on the average, two hours for a parent to report a child missing. This gives responders only one hour to get an investigation up and running in an attempt to locate and recover the child alive. Investigating Missing Children Cases: A Guide for First Responders and Investigators provides a solid training guide on missing children investigative techniques, enabling law enforcement professionals to respond confidently with a plan of action that offers the best possible chance for a positive outcome. The book provides law enforcement agencies with the most current information available to guide them through a missing or runaway child dispatch. It is designed to help investigators respond quickly, expeditiously evaluate the situation, conduct an Endangerment Risk Assessment (ERA) of the child, and commence a thorough, organized investigation— starting from the moment the police are contacted. By following the guidelines in this book, those tasked with these cases can make the best possible decisions in the shortest amount of time. The protocols and methodologies presented are based on personal police experience and statistical evidence from research and studies gathered from thousands of runaway and missing children cases. Details on those studies and their findings are provided in the appendix.

Time is of the essence in missing children cases. Make every second count.

“Revolutionary. Reads like a page-turner yet will educate even the most experienced investigator— cold case or otherwise.” —Richard H. Walton, Ed.D, Author of Cold Case Homicides: Practical Investigative Techniques

Cases in which all investigative leads appear to be exhausted are frustrating for both investigators and victims’ families. Cold cases can range from those only a few months old to others that go back for decades. Presenting profiles and actual case histories, Cold Case Research: Resources for Unidentified, Missing and Cold Homicide Cases illustrates how investigators can successfully apply resources that will enable them to reopen and solve cases gathering dust in the file room. This volume weaves together the nearly forgotten skill sets of traditional historical researchers with the latest online tools, including TLO, a premier investigative system, and NamUs, the revolutionary database for missing persons and unidentified remains. Along with practical applications, it gives investigators the tools they need to save time and money and to jump-start their cold cases, while keeping others from going cold in the future.

Topics discussed include: • Implementing cold case units • People searches and working with databases • Overlooked DNA in PKU cards • The plight of the missing and unknown

About the Author:

• Applying historical and geographical context

Donald F. Sprague is a 24-year veteran of law enforcement. A Project ALERT member for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC), he volunteers his time reviewing cold cases of missing children and has lectured for NCMEC on child safety. He and his wife, Mary, formed the Servants & Watchmen Ministry, to educate places of worship on church security, and Michigan Child Safety Advocates, to educate parents and children on child safety and missing and exploited children.

• Online and off-line newspaper research

Catalog no. K12784, September 2012, 314 pp. Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-1-4398-6063-2 $69.95 / £44.99


• Public and published records • The use of volunteers • Contact with co-victims • Cold-case review teams and information-sharing resources • Taking advantage of the media Catalog no. K12852, July 2012, 333 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-6169-1, $89.95 / £57.99 Also available as an eBook

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Techniques of Crime Scene Investigation Eighth Edition Barry A. J. Fisher and David R. Fisher “ … this book is a must-have for both your personal forensic reference library, as well as your office reference library.” —Edward W. Wallace Jr., Certified Senior Crime Scene Analyst, Retired First Grade Detective, NYPD

“ … a well-written, comprehensive guide to the investigative and technical aspects of CSI. The textbook is an educational standard on the theory and practice of crime scene investigation and includes many informative casework examples and photographs. On reading this book, students, entry-level personnel, and experienced practitioners will have a better understanding of the strengths and limitations of forensic science in its application to crime scene investigations.” —Professor Don Johnson, School of Criminal Justice and Criminalistics, California State University, Los Angeles

The application of science and technology plays a critical role in the investigation and adjudication of crimes in our criminal justice system. But before science can be brought to bear on evidence, it must be recognized and collected in an appropriate manner at crime scenes. Written by authors with over 50 years of combined experience in forensic science, Techniques of Crime Scene Investigation, Eighth Edition examines the concepts, field-tested techniques, and procedures of crime scene investigation. Detectives, crime scene technicians, and forensic scientists can rely on this updated version of the "forensics bible" to effectively apply science and technology to the tasks of solving crimes.

What’s New in the Eighth Edition: • The latest in forensic DNA testing and collection, including low copy number DNA and familial searching • A new chapter on digital evidence • New case studies with color photographs • End-of-chapter study questions • Practical tips and tricks of the trade in crime scene processing • Appendix of web links to videos demonstrating select techniques discussed in the book Instructor’s materials available with qualifying course adoption

Pre-Employment Background Investigations for Public Safety Professionals Frank A. Colaprete Justice System Solutions, LLC, Rochester, New York, USA

Pre-employment investigations have been the subject of intense review and debate since 9/11 made the vetting of applicants a critical function of every organization. Nowhere has the scrutiny been more intense than in the public safety sector. Pre-Employment Background Investigations for Public Safety Professionals provides readers with the knowledge, investigative techniques, applicable laws, decision-making models, and tools to successfully implement and manage the process of pre-employment investigation.

The book focuses on six key topics: • Practical implications of pre-employment investigation • The pre-employment screening process • Legal issues in the hiring process • Medical and psychological standards of pre-employment screening • Informational sources and the final investigative package • The past predicting the future of pre-employment investigations Each chapter begins with learning objectives and key terms and concepts. Discussion questions and exercises appear at the end of each chapter to test readers’ assimilation of the material. A comprehensive review of all the issues faced in the investigation and hiring process, this volume assists all stakeholders in the hiring arena by highlighting the critical steps involved in vetting a prospective employee. While no screening process can be completely failsafe, this volume enables decision makers to move confidently through the hiring process, quickly weeding out the most likely problematic hires so that the ideal employee can be selected. Catalog no. K14195, May 2012, 623 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-9385-2, $99.95 / £63.99 Also available as an eBook

Catalog no. K10500, June 2012, 535 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-1005-7, $99.95 / £52.99 Also available as an eBook

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Coming Soon!

Persons of Interest Priority Assessment Tool (POIPAT)

A Guide for Law Enforcement Professionals

Managing Intelligence

John Buckley

Larry Wilson Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

In high-profile investigations, when the suspect pool is very large, resources are unduly strained unless the pool can be narrowed down to the most likely offenders. The Persons of Interest Priority Assessment Tool (POIPAT) provides an objective and consistent means of establishing a priority ranking of suspects or persons of interest in any investigation. Created and used correctly, the tool can determine if any suspect/POI should be considered a high, medium, or low investigative priority, saving time and resources and potentially saving additional victims. Criminal Major Case Management: Persons of Interest Priority Assessment Tool (POIPAT) describes how to set up a POIPAT system for any investigation where there are numerous POIs and limited resources. Using the unsolved Jack the Ripper mystery as a sample case study, it walks readers through the steps of creating and using the POIPAT system. The book provides an overview of offender profiling and the basic considerations for developing elements for a POIPAT. It explains the Element Weighting Chart (EWC) and discusses how many points each element should be weighted based on its level of importance. The author describes how to determine what point totals constitute a high, medium, or low priority so that police managers can know how best to direct their resources. He also discusses tracking how POIs are eliminated through an elimination coding system, thereby avoiding potential duplication and allowing investigators to hone in on the person most likely to have committed the crime. Finally, the book uses the POIPAT system to draw conclusions about some of the best-known suspects who were most likely to have been the real Jack the Ripper. Seeing how the technique is used in a real case, investigators will discover how to effectively create unique POIPATs for their own cases. The included CD-ROM contains a template that can be modified for any type of investigation and a number of additional tools and guides. Catalog no. K14316, March 2012, 269 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-9861-1, $129.95 / £82.00 Also available as an eBook


HSM Training and Consultancy, Ballyclare, UK

The central theme of this book is about building an effective intelligence management system that enables agencies to gather and manage intelligence effectively and lawfully. The author’s insight from 30 years of experience will help law enforcement professionals determine if what they are doing is working and will give them practical tips on how to improve. Based upon real-world empirical research, the book addresses gaps in current law enforcement procedures and integrates theory with practice to provide an optimum learning experience. Catalog no. K20292, June 2013, c. 475 pp. Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-1-4665-8642-0 $79.95 / £49.99 Also available as an eBook

A Street Survival Guide for Public Safety Officers The Cop Doc's Strategies for Surviving Trauma, Loss, and Terrorism Dr. Daniel Rudofossi Chief Psychologist NY & NJ Detectives Crime Clinic & Administrative Clinician for US DOJ, DEA & EAP, USA

An expansion of Dr. Rudofossi's theory of Police and Public Safety Complex Trauma, this text integrates other models of trauma and loss into a one-of-a-kind intervention model. It offers insider perspectives from police psychologists, police managers, and clinicians describing what police personnel experience on the job, along with expert intervention and advice. The author also introduces the Eco-Ethological Existential Analysis concept and includes case studies to demonstrate ideas and techniques. This practical guide to dealing with the cumulative effects of repeated stress, trauma, and exhaustion is a critical resource for police, paramedics, and correctional personnel. Catalog no. K12045, January 2012, 335 pp. Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-1-4398-4577-6 $59.95 / £38.99 Also available as an eBook

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Psychological Aspects of Crisis Negotiation Second Edition Thomas Strentz, Ph.D. Forensic Behavioral Sciences Inc., Fredericksburg, Virginia, USA

Drawn from articles published by Thomas Strentz while serving at the FBI Academy along with lectures delivered since his retirement, the book highlights psychological dynamics of negotiations as they apply to the negotiator, the hostage, and the subject. It discusses the predictors of surrender versus the need for a tactical intervention and examines the phases of a hostage crisis and the changing focus as the crisis develops. Enhanced with case studies to put the material into context, this second edition also includes new chapters on the first responder, hostage survival, and the Islamic belief system and culture. Catalog no. K13758, December 2011, 367 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-8005-0, $72.95 / £46.99 Also available as an eBook

Gang Injunctions and Abatement Civil Remedies to Curb Gang-Related Crimes Matthew D. O'Deane Bureau of Investigation, San Diego County District Attorney’s Office, Chula Vista, California, USA

Practical Aspects of Interview and Interrogation Second Edition David E. Zulawski and Douglas E. Wicklander Wicklander-Zulawski & Associates, Inc., Downers Grove, Illinois, USA

A renowned bestseller relied on by legions of law enforcement professionals, this volume is a must-have resource for anyone who conducts interviews and interrogations. The book includes specialized topics such as false confessions; confronting an alleged harasser; and telephone, field, sexual harassment, preemployment, and juvenile interviewing. It also addresses legal considerations, common mistakes, and frequently asked questions. Useful not only in law enforcement, but also in the private sector, this work allows readers to deal effectively with the complex problems of interviewing and interrogating victims, witnesses, suspects, and even prospective employees. Catalog no. 0648, September 2001, 552 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8493-0101-8, $99.95 / £63.99 Also available as an eBook

Practical Methods for Legal Investigations Concepts and Protocols in Civil and Criminal Cases Dean A. Beers, CLI

Civil gang injunctions have become a growing feature of crime control programs in several states across the nation. This volume examines the effectiveness of this strategy and explores the accompanying constitutional controversies related to freedom of speech, assembly, and other rights. The book discusses the costs of gang violence to society and describes the factors that make a given injunction or abatement more or less effective. It also explores the legal and policy issues that stand in the way of gang injunctions and abatement. Providing step-by-step instructions on how to establish a successful injunction and abatement program, the book presents comprehensive research on the theoretical basis for the strategy.

Forensic Investigators of Colorado, LLC, LaPorte, USA

Catalog no. K13081, December 2011, 662 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-6787-7, $93.95 / £59.99 Also available as an eBook

Catalog no. K11990, February 2011, 382 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-4484-7, $93.95 / £59.99 Also available as an eBook

This volume presents legal investigators with a stepby-step process that reveals how to methodically find and report evidence in every aspect of the investigative process. Similar to the scientific principle of using research to prove or disprove a theory, the author’s Investigative Protocol is designed to find the facts that prove or disprove criminal charges, civil allegations, or elements thereof. The book includes case studies that clearly detail how the process of the Investigative Protocol applies to every assignment of the case and to the case as a whole. Comprehensive and methodical, the system provides a map to the truth.

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Law Enforcement - Policing Advanced Concepts in Defensive Tactics

Financial Investigation and Forensic Accounting Third Edition George A. Manning, Ph.D, C.F.E., E.A. Consultant-Enrolled IRS Agent (Retired), Campbellton, Florida, USA

Catalog no. K11229, December 2010, 792 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-2566-2, $139.95 / £89.00 Also available as an eBook

Managing and Coordinating Major Criminal Investigations Second Edition Robert F. Kilfeather

A Survival Guide for Law Enforcement Chuck Joyner FBI, Houston, Texas, USA

Catalog no. K11998, December 2010, 286 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-4500-4, $65.95 / £41.99

Cold Cases An Evaluation Model with Follow-up Strategies for Investigators James M. Adcock, Ph.D. and Sarah L. Stein, MFS

Sanford, Florida, USA

The Center for the Resolution of Unresolved Crimes, McDonough, Georgia, USA

Catalog no. K12226, December 2010, 335 pp. Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-1-4398-4922-4 $93.95 / £59.99 Also available as an eBook

Catalog no. K11324, October 2010, 264 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-2690-4, $99.95 / £62.99 Also available as an eBook

Investigative and Forensic Interviewing A Personality-focused Approach Craig N. Ackley, Shannon M. Mack, Kristen Beyer, and Philip Erdberg

Ann R. Bumbak Washington, D.C., USA

Catalog no. 84259, December 2010, 196 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-8425-2, $76.95 / £48.99


Dynamic Police Training Catalog no. K10814, September 2010, 182 pp. Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-1-4398-1587-8 $93.95 / £59.99 Also available as an eBook

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Law Enforcement - Policing Unleashing the Power of Unconditional Respect Transforming Law Enforcement and Police Training Jack L. Colwell and Charles Huth Kansas City Police Department, Missouri, USA

Catalog no. K10013, June 2010, 180 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-9974-4, $65.95 / £41.99 Also available as an eBook

Behavior, Truth and Deception Applying Profiling and Analysis to the Interview Process Michael R. Napier The Academy Group, Inc., Manassas, Virginia, USA

Catalog no. K11079, May 2010, 394 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-2041-4, $99.95 / £62.99

Tactical Crime Analysis Research and Investigation Derek J. Paulsen Commissioner of Planning, Preservation, and Development, Lexington, Kentucky and Professor, Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, USA

Sean Bair and Dan Helms Bair Software, Inc., Highlands Ranch, Colorado, USA

Catalog no. 86979, August 2009, 230 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-8697-3, $113.95 / £73.99

Serial Violence Analysis of Modus Operandi and Signature Characteristics of Killers Robert D. Keppel, Ph.D. University of New Haven, Connecticut, USA

William J. Birnes, J.D., Ph.D. Chairman of Sunrise Community Counseling Center, Los Angeles, California, USA

Catalog no. 66323, December 2008, 216 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-6632-6, $99.95 / £64.99 Also available as an eBook

Drug Interdiction Partnerships, Legal Principles, and Investigative Methodologies for Law Enforcement, Second Edition George S. Steffen Pinellas County Sheriff's Office, Largo, Florida, USA

Samuel M. Candelaria Albuquerque Police Department, New Mexico, USA

Catalog no. 9176X, April 2010, 320 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-9176-2, $104.95 / £66.99

Violence Assessment and Intervention The Practitioner's Handbook, Second Edition James S. Cawood, CPP Factor One, Inc., San Leandro, California, USA

Michael H. Corcoran, Ph.D. The Work-Threat Group, LLC, Newport Beach, California, USA

Catalog no. 71122, December 2008, 392 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-7112-2, $97.95 / £61.99 Also available as an eBook

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Law Enforcement - Policing Officer-Involved Shootings and Use of Force

Criminal Investigative Failures D. Kim Rossmo Texas State University, Department of Criminal Justice, San Marcos, USA

Catalog no. 47515, December 2008, 400 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-4751-6, $71.95 / £45.99 Also available as an eBook

Practical Investigative Techniques, Second Edition David E. Hatch Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (Retired), Nevada, USA

Randy Dickson Critical Interaction Associates, Austin, Texas, USA

Catalog no. 8798, June 2007, 256 pp., Soft Cover ISBN: 978-0-8493-8798-2, $87.95 / £56.99 Also available as an eBook

Handbook of Frauds, Scams, and Swindles Failures of Ethics in Leadership Edited by

Serge Matulich and David M. Currie Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida, USA

Catalog no. 72854, June 2008, 416 pp., Soft Cover ISBN: 978-1-4200-7285-3, $83.95 / £53.99 Also available as an eBook


Practical Homicide Investigation Tactics, Procedures, and Forensic Techniques, Fourth Edition Vernon J. Geberth Practical Homicide Investigation, Inc., New York, USA

Catalog no. 3303, February 2006, 1072 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8493-3303-3, $119.95 / £77.99


Principles of Kinesic Interview and Interrogation

Introduction to Executive Protection Second Edition

Second Edition

Dale L. June

Stan B. Walters

National University, Los Angeles, California, USA

Consultant and Trainer, Versailles, Kentucky, USA

Catalog no. 43455, January 2008, 480 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-4345-7, $99.95 / £64.99 Also available as an eBook

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Comparative Criminal Justice New!

Community Policing in Indigenous Communities Edited by

Mahesh K. Nalla Michigan State University, East Lansing, USA

Graeme R. Newman University at Albany-SUNY, New York, USA

Indigenous communities are typically those that challenge the laws of the nation states of which they have become—often very reluctantly—a part. Around the world, community policing has emerged in many of these regions as a product of their physical environments and cultures. Through a series of case studies, Community Policing in Indigenous Communities explores how these often deeply divided societies operate under the community policing paradigm. Drawing on the local expertise of policing practitioners and researchers across the globe, the book explores several themes with regard to each region: • How community policing originated or evolved in the community and how it has changed over time • The type of policing style used—whether informal or formal and uniformed or non-uniformed, whether partnerships are developed with local community organizations or businesses, and the extent of covert operations, if any • The role played by community policing in the region, including the relative emphasis of calls for service, the extent to which advice and help is offered to citizens, whether local records are kept of citizen movement and locations, and investigation and arrest procedures • The community’s special cultural or indigenous attributes that set it apart from other models of community policing • Organizational attributes, including status in the “hierarchy of control" within the regional or national organization of policing • The positive and negative features of community policing as it is practiced in the community • Its effectiveness in reducing and or preventing crime and disorder The book demonstrates that community policing cannot be imposed from above without grassroots input from local citizens. It is a strategy—not simply for policing with consent—but for policing in contexts where there is often little, if any, consent. It is an aspirational practice aimed to help police and communities within contested contexts to recognize that positive gains can be made, enabling communities to live in relative safety.

Contents Africa and the Middle East Bahrain; Staci Strobl Gambia; Pa Musa Jobarteh Lebanon: Community Policing in Nahr al Bared Refugee Camp; Nabil Ouassini Madagascar; Jonah Ratsimbazafy, Meredith L. Gore, and Lala Jean Rakotoniaina Niger; Lisbet Ilkjaer and Mahaman Abdoussalam Nigeria; Ikuteyijo Olusegun Lanre and Ayodele James Olabisi South Africa; Anthony Minnaar The Americas Argentina; Mark Ungar Canada: Aboriginal; Don Clairmont Canada: The Annapolis Valley; Don Clairmont and Anthony Thomson Chile; Mary Fran T. Malone Mexico; Roy Fenoff and Karina Garcia Peru; John S. Gitlitz Trinidad and Tobago; Vaughn J. Crichlow United States—Indigenous Communities; Susan Gade Asia and Oceania Police e Mardumi—Indigenous Civilian Policing at District Level in Afghanistan; Doel Mukerjee and Mushtaq Rahim Australia; Elaine Barclay and John Scott Bangladesh; M. Enamul Huq China: Indigenous Communities; Lena Y. Zhong and Shanhe Jiang India; Mahesh K. Nalla and Graeme R. Newman New Zealand; Greg Newbold and L. Thomas Winfree, Jr. Philippines; Raymund E. Narag South Korea; Wook Kang and Mahesh K. Nalla Thailand; Sutham Cobkit (Cheurprakobkit) Europe Croatia; Krunoslav Borovec and Sanja Kutnjak Ivkovich Finland; Sirpa Virta Germany; Thomas Feltes Italy; Stefano Caneppele The Republic of Moldova; Evgheni Florea Netherlands; Arie van Sluis and Peter van Os Northern Ireland; Graham Ellison Poland; Emil W. Pływaczewski and Izabela Nowicka Serbia; Zvonimir Ivanovi and Sergej Uljanov Slovenia; Maja Jere, Gorazd Meško and Andrej Sotlar Spain; Juan Jose Medina Ariza and Ester Blay Turkey; Dr. Kaan Boke Index Catalog no. K14079, February 2013, 396 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-8894-0, $99.95 / £63.99 Also available as an eBook

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Comparative Criminal Justice Global Criminology


Crime and Victimization in a Globalized Era Edited by

Understanding the Modern Russian Police Olga B. Semukhina

K. Jaishankar

Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, Tirunelveli, India

Natti Ronel

Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA

K. Michael Reynolds

Bar Illan University, Ramat Gan, Israel

University of Central Florida, Oviedo, USA

Global criminology is an emerging field covering international and transnational crimes that have not traditionally been the focus of mainstream criminology or criminal justice. Global Criminology: Crime and Victimization in a Globalized Era is a collection of rigorously peer-reviewed papers presented at the First International Conference of the South Asian Society of Criminology and Victimology (SASCV) that took place in Jaipur, India in 2011. Using a global yardstick as the basis for measurement, the fundamental goal of the conference was to determine criminological similarities and differences in different regions. Four dominant themes emerged at the conference: Terrorism. Is terrorism a crime issue or a national defense issue? Should terrorists be treated as war criminals, soldiers, or civil criminals? How can international efforts and local efforts work together to defeat terrorism? Cyber Crimes and Victimization. As cyber space develops, cyber-crime develops and grows. To achieve better cyber security, global criminologists must explore cyber-crimes from a variety of perspectives, including law, the motivation of offenders, and the impact on victims. Marginality and Social Exclusion. Globalization is manifest in the fast transition of people between places, societies, social classes, and cultures. This section examines how we can provide inclusion for marginalized individuals in the global era and protect them from victimization. Theoretical and Practical Models of Criminal Victimization. The process of globalization, as mentioned above, creates new elements of victimization. But globalization can also become an opportunity for confronting and defeating victimization through improved sharing of knowledge and increased understanding of the humanity of the weak. The emerging global criminology comprises diversity of attitudes, explanations, and perspectives. The editors of this volume recognize that in the global village, there is room for solid contributions to the field of criminology and criminal justice. This collection is a move in this direction.

Whereas there is substantial historical information about the Russian police related to its history, sociological factors, and legal structure, there is no current single body of work that serves to integrate and compile the organization’s historical and developmental origins, organizational dynamics, and current conditions.

Catalog no. K14145, March 2013, 418 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-9249-7, $99.95 / £63.99 Also available as an eBook


Outlining policy, developments, and influence, Understanding the Modern Russian Police highlights the past, present, and future of police forces in Russia. Beginning with the period prior to the revolution of 1917, the authors detail the history in chronological order from the 1864 justice reform of the Russian Empire to the democratization of the Soviet Police under "Khrushchev’s thaw." The second part of the text focuses on the present structure and identity of the Russian police, including public attitudes toward the police, corruption within it, and the role of women in the police forces. The final section of the book analyzes the implications of past policy and offers perspectives on future policy.

Contents: Evolution of the Russian Police: From the Imperial Russian Police to a Post-Soviet Russian Militia The Russian Police Prior to the October Revolution of 1917 The Creation and Early Development of the Soviet Police: 1917–1953 Further Soviet Police Developments: 1953–1985 Transformation of the Soviet and Post-Soviet Police from 1985 to 2008 Current State of Post-Soviet Police: Structure, Identity, and Modern Policy Issues Structure, Function, and the Workforce of the Modern Russian Police Public–Police Relations in Modern Russia Police Corruption and Abuse of Power in Russia Conclusion: The Path of Reforms Catalog no. K10195, April 2013, 327 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-0348-6, $99.95 / £63.99 Also available as an eBook

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Comparative Criminal Justice New!

Security Governance, Policing, and Local Capacity


Clifford D. Shearing

A Comparative Perspective

University of Cape Town, South Africa

Jan Froestad University of Bergen, Norway

The security governance of South Africa has faced immense challenges amid post-apartheid constitutional and political transformations. In many cases, policing and governmental organizations have failed to provide security and other services to the poorest inhabitants. Security Governance, Policing, and Local Capacity explores an experiment that took place in Zwelethemba—located in South Africa’s Western Cape Province—to establish legitimate and effective non¬state security governance within poor urban settlements. There has been, and continues to be, much reticence to endorsing private forms of security governance that operate outside of state institutions within local communities. Those initiatives have often led to situations where force is used illegally and punishment is dispensed arbitrarily and brutally. This book explores the extent to which this model of mobilizing local knowledge and capacity was able to effectively achieve justice, democracy, accountability, and development in this region. Whenever possible, the book includes raw data and a thorough analysis of existing information on security governance. Examining this case and its outcome, the authors provide a theoretical analysis of the model used and present a series of modified design principles for future applications in local security governance. The book concludes that poor communities are a significant source of untapped resources that can, under certain conditions, be mobilized to significantly enhance safety. This volume is an important examination of experimental models and a presentation of new groundbreaking theory on engaging the local community in solving security governance problems. Catalog no. 90143, December 2012, 257 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-9014-7, $139.95 / £89.00

Police Performance Appraisals Serdar Kenan Gul and Paul O'Connell Police performance appraisal is one of the most important components of law enforcement management— affecting the quality of the services a department delivers as well as the satisfaction of its employees. Therefore, it is crucial that the performance appraisal process is conducted in an effective and equitable manner. Police Performance Appraisals: A Comparative Perspective employs the comparative case study approach to evaluate systems in police departments in two diverse locales—Ankara, Turkey and Toledo, Ohio. The study seeks to determine whether there are any common trends or obvious similarities that transcend national and cultural boundaries. From this information, best practices can be identified to improve the system of any police organization. The data from the survey raises a host of issues essential to police management. Are traditional or modern appraisal systems more preferable to police personnel? Are field and command officers’ perceptions of the performance evaluation instruments in their departments similar or do they differ from those of their subordinates? Asking these and other critical questions, the authors also examine the relationship between the officer’s perception of the appraisal system and his or her rank, taking into account level of education, gender, age, and years of service. Employing both qualitative and quantitative methodologies, this study yields important findings and valuable insights for police organizations as to which characteristics an appraisal process should have for the best quality system. Lessons learned from this study should provide guidance to future efforts to design better appraisal systems and may also contribute to heightened focus on nationwide assessments of evaluation practices and standards for police organizations.

Contents: Introduction Appraising the Performance of Police Officers Designing and Using an Effective Police Performance Appraisal System ... Discussion and Conclusion Appendix A: Survey Instrument Appendix B: Descriptive Statistics of the Variables Appendix C: Correlation Matrix for All the Variables Catalog no. K11803, September 2012, 184 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-3946-1, $89.95 / £57.99 Also available as an eBook

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Comparative Criminal Justice New!

Policing Global Movement

Global Community Policing

Tourism, Migration, Human Trafficking, and Terrorism

Problems and Challenges

Edited by

Arvind Verma

S. Caroline Taylor

Indiana University, Bloomington, USA

Edith Cowan University, Perth, Victoria, Australia

Dilip K. Das

Daniel Joseph Torpy

International Police Executive Symposium, New York, USA

Victoria, Australia

Manoj Abraham

Dilip K. Das

International Police Executive Symposium, New York, USA

The movement of humans across borders is increasing exponentially—some for benign reasons, others nefarious, including terrorism, human trafficking, and people smuggling. Consequently, the policing of human movement within and across borders has been and remains a significant concern to nations. Policing Global Movement: Tourism, Migration, Human Trafficking, and Terrorism explores the nature of these challenges for police, governments, and citizens at large. Drawn from keynote and paper presentations at a recent International Police Executive Symposium meeting in Malta, the book presents the work of scholars and practitioners who analyze a variety of topics on the cutting edge of global policing, including: • Western attempts to reform the policing of sex tourists in the Philippines and Gambia • Policing the flow of people and goods in the port of Rotterdam • Policing protestors and what happened at the 2010 G20 Summit in Toronto • Mexico’s use of the military in its war against drug trafficking • Public–private cooperation in the fight against organized crime and terrorism in Australia • Recommendations for police reform in Afghanistan • Sweden’s national counterterrorism unit • Treatment of asylum seekers in a privately run detention center in South Africa • The policing of human trafficking for the sex trade in sub-Saharan Africa, Vietnam, Australia, and Andhra Pradesh, India Examining areas of increasing concern to governments and citizens around the world, this timely volume presents critical international perspectives on these ongoing global challenges that threaten the safety of humans worldwide. Catalog no. K14661, September 2012, 288 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4665-0726-5, $129.95 / £82.00 Also available as an eBook


Edited by

Kerala, India

In nations all over the world, community policing has been found extremely beneficial in improving public confidence in the police. Community-oriented policing and police-citizen cooperation is now the accepted framework for all progressive police departments. Drawn from the proceedings at the 2010 International Police Executive Symposium (IPES) in Kerala, India and other IPES sources, Global Community Policing: Problems and Challenges presents new insights into this policing model and a critical appraisal of successes and challenges in various jurisdictions across the globe. The book begins with a chapter on how governments can design, implement, and support community policing based on lessons learned from history. Next, it explores research findings and pilot programs for community policing in eight different regions from Sweden to South Africa. Topics addressed include police safety, female empowerment, the impact of emotional intelligence on community policing, predatory leadership, operational challenges, interactions between police and persons with mental illness, and civilian policing. The book examines ways of measuring the success of police policies through citizen surveys and other methods. It also discusses Operation Weed and Seed, a community policing initiative in the United States. A valuable resource for researchers and practitioners of community-oriented policing, this book demonstrates how the practices and even some of the principles guiding the framework of community policing vary greatly across jurisdictions. By reviewing the benefits and challenges inherent in this innovative policing model, police administrators can devise systems that best meet the needs of their communities. Catalog no. K13953, August 2012, 290 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-8416-4, $129.95 / £49.99 Also available as an eBook

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Comparative Criminal Justice Police Integrity Management in Australia

Human Trafficking

Global Lessons for Combating Police Misconduct

Exploring the International Nature, Concerns, and Complexities

Louise Porter and Tim Prenzler

John Winterdyk

Griffith University, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

In the past two decades, Australia has been the site of major police misconduct scandals and inquiries, leading to reform initiatives at the cutting edge of police integrity management practices. Presenting interviews with key informants and an analysis of key documents, Police Integrity Management in Australia: Global Lessons for Combating Police Misconduct offers a comprehensive study of a series of strategies and systems conducted in Australia from 2008 to 2010. Providing a rare overview and critique of a full suite of policies, institutions, and programs adopted to combat misconduct in policing, this volume: • Outlines the global problem of police misconduct and its effects • Summarizes current knowledge about best practices in the field, the reality of corruption in Australia, and the reform agenda that has driven major change and experimentation • Presents current integrity strategies in place in Australia, covering the rationales, evidence of effectiveness, and difficulties • Explores undercover stings, drug and alcohol testing, mediation of complaints, ethics training, and regulating the police use of force Organized logically for ease of navigation, each chapter contains an ”Emerging Issues” section, highlighting some of the more promising and/or innovative integrity strategies as well as looming concerns and ethical issues. The book concludes with an overall evaluation of the data presented in the body of the book, assessing the strengths and weaknesses of the Australian system and the implications for adoption of these strategies in other police departments around the world. Catalog no. K14262, April 2012, 296 pp. SBN: 978-1-4398-9598-6, $89.95 / £49.99 Also available as an eBook

Edited by Mount Royal University, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Benjamin Perrin

University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada

Philip Reichel

University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, USA

Edited by three global experts, this volume examines techniques used to protect and support victims of trafficking as well as strategies for prosecution of offenders. The book examines data collection and analysis, the importance of harmonization and consistency in legal definitions and interpretations within and among regions, and the need for better cooperation between the various actors involved in combating human trafficking. It discusses problems with victim identification, erroneous assumptions about the scope of victimization, and controversy over linking protection measures with cooperation with authorities. Catalog no. K11076, December 2011, 318 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-2036-0, $104.95 / £66.99 Also available as an eBook

Police Reform in China Kam C. Wong Xavier University, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA

Sweeping changes have altered the cultural landscape of China. This volume provides an insightful glimpse of policing in the midst of such change. Beginning with a historical account of police reform in the region since 2000, it discusses the difficulties encountered in trying to understand Chinese policing. Demonstrating how old ideologies are increasingly in conflict with the values and lifestyles of a new mentality, the book discusses steps that can be taken to improve professionalism. The final chapters highlight the importance of understanding the Chinese people, culture, values, and interests in order to truly effectuate successful police reform. Catalog no. K11036, October 2011, 413 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-1969-2, $139.95 / £89.00 Also available as an eBook

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Comparative Criminal Justice The International Trafficking of Human Organs A Multidisciplinary Perspective Edited by

Leonard Territo and Rande Matteson Saint Leo University, Florida, USA

International illicit trade in human organs is on the increase, fueled by growing demand and unscrupulous traffickers. In order to truly understand the problem of organ trafficking, an analysis should take into account the various perspectives that come into play in this multifaceted issue. With contributions from international scholars and experts, The International Trafficking of Human Organs: A Multidisciplinary Perspective provides a broad-based exploration of this controversial phenomenon. Divided into four parts, the book examines the issue of human organ trafficking from the perspectives of criminal justice; business and economic; medical, ethical, and philosophical; and theological. The book begins by presenting case studies of the trafficking of body parts occurring in the U.S. and Mexico. It examines the increase in organ harvesting from Chinese prisoners and describes widespread instances of trafficking in Europe. Next, it examines the economic ramifications of possible legislation of the sale of body parts and discusses other proposals for increasing the supply of kidneys and other organs. It explores ethical issues surrounding the kidney shortage and incentives to promote donation. It also offers arguments for and against compensation for transplant organs from Kantian, Dworkinian, and other perspectives. Lastly, theologians discuss opposing Catholic and Protestant perspectives on the sale of human organs. Each chapter provides discussion questions to provoke vigorous debate and references to facilitate further study. The wide-ranging analysis provided by this volume is certain to enhance further inquiry into a disturbing and increasingly prevalent issue. Catalog no. K13082, October 2011, 286 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-6789-1, $139.95 / ÂŁ89.00 Also available as an eBook

Strategic Responses to Crime Thinking Locally, Acting Globally Edited by

Melchor de Guzman

State University of New York, Brockport, USA

Aiedeo Mintie Das Helsinki, Finland

Dilip K. Das

International Police Executive Symposium, New York, USA

Every year, esteemed scholars and practitioners meet at the International Police Executive Symposium to discuss contemporary issues in policing and share ideas about effective strategies in their jurisdictions. Drawn from the proceedings at the Thirteenth Annual Meeting held in Turkey and updated with new developments since the conference, this volume describes how local police agencies are addressing issues of crime that have global implications. Topics discussed include community policing, performance management systems, handling the mentally ill, racial profiling, cybercrime and child sexual abuse, drug trafficking, crime scene management, and emerging administration strategies. Catalog no. 76698, October 2011, 365 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-7669-1, $104.95 / ÂŁ66.99 Also available as an eBook

The New Khaki The Evolving Nature of Policing in India Arvind Verma Indiana University, Bloomington, USA

Historically, the Indian police have been known as enforcers of political agendas. Presenting case studies and empirical and field research, this book demonstrates innovations and reforms that are beginning to change these outmoded behaviors and practices and describes starting points for adapting to a more democratized system. Drawing on real-life examples of creative practices that adopt modern technology, involve citizen groups, and represent strategies that are well planned and well executed, this collection of case studies offers the possibility for promising reforms even with little or no political or administrative support and lays the groundwork for changes in developing democracies. Catalog no. K10722, December 2010, 308 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-1402-4, $129.95 / ÂŁ79.99


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Comparative Criminal Justice Classics in Environmental Criminology Edited by

Martin Andresen, Paul Brantingham, and Bryan Kinney Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada

A careful analysis of environmental factors is key to understanding the causes of crime, to solving crimes, and eventually helping to predict and prevent them. Classics in Environmental Criminology is a comprehensive collection of seminal pieces from legendary contributors who focus on the role that the immediate environment plays in the occurrence of a crime. Divided into three parts, the book begins by highlighting the development of environmental criminology as a discipline through its origins in spatial criminology. It examines social disorganization theory, which explains criminal activity with reference to the characteristics of the community that delinquents live in. It then discusses the ecology of crime with reference to macroenvironments and microenvironments. The next section introduces concepts such as routine activity theory, the geometric theory of crime, the rational choice theory of offending, and crime pattern theory. The last part focuses on the concept of crime prevention, examines the idea of altering the environment in order to prevent crime, and discusses situational crime factors and efforts to reduce the opportunities for crimes to be committed. It considers the impact of routine activities on crime prevention initiatives and advocates a flexible approach to crime prevention based on the dynamic nature of our environment. The book concludes with a chapter outlining how environmental criminology has evolved in recent years and provides a future outlook on where it may be headed. Invaluable as a textbook and as a professional reference, this volume is a comprehensive survey of a critical field in contemporary criminological theory. Offering insight assembled by top academic figures within the criminology community, this work is destined to provoke further inquiry and research. Catalog no. K10923, May 2010, 551 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-1779-7, $104.95 / £66.99

Police Without Borders The Fading Distinction between Local and Global Edited by

Cliff Roberson, Dilip K. Das, and Jennie K. Singer Drawn from the presentations made at the Fifteenth Annual International Police Executive Symposium, this volume explores policing in a global community. Topics discussed include human rights and corruption; female policing in India compared to other countries; challenges and obstacles in policing in Slovenia, China, Asia, and the Pacific; juvenile delinquency in Japan and Hong Kong; and the threat caused by nonreturnable arrest warrants in Canada. It also provides an insider’s look at the United Kingdom’s Integrated Special Branch and examines virtual organized crime in cyberspace and a successful public housing safety initiative in New York’s Eastern District. Catalog no. K10281, July 2010, 328 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-0501-5, $129.95 / £89.00 Also available as an eBook

International Handbook of Victimology Edited by

Shlomo Giora Shoham Tel Aviv University, Israel

Paul Knepper University of Sheffield, UK

Martin Kett Independent Researcher, Bat-Yam, Israel

Forty experts from top research facilities and universities around the world provide input on the traditional longstanding issues that surround the field of victimology. They also explore newer themes such as restorative justice, the use of government-sponsored crime victimization surveys, compensation and restitution schemes, and victims’ rights legislation. The second in a trilogy of volumes, this handbook examines victimology from criminology, sociology, psychology, law, and philosophy perspectives. Topics discussed include the theoretical and historical frameworks used in the study of victimology, advances in research methods, patterns of victimization, and responses to victimization. Catalog no. 85476, February 2010, 732 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-8547-1, $152.95 / £97.00 Also available as an eBook

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Comparative Criminal Justice International Handbook of Criminology

Security in Post-Conflict Africa

Edited by Tel Aviv University, Israel

The Role of Nonstate Policing

Paul Knepper

Bruce Baker

University of Sheffield, UK

Coventry University, Ladywood, Birmingham, UK

Shlomo Giora Shoham

Martin Kett Independent Researcher, Bat-Yam, Israel

The third handbook in a trilogy which includes the International Handbook of Penology and Criminal Justice and the International Handbook of Victimology, this volume is a comprehensive treatment of criminology theory. Top international scholars discuss the etiology of crime, criminal anthropology, life course criminology, the basis for comparative research in criminal justice, sources and strategies for knowledge acquisition in criminology, specific forms of crime and criminal behavior, a historical perspective on criminal offenders in the Philippines, responses to crime, and crime issues related to social divisions. Catalog no. 85514, February 2010, 726 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-8551-8, $152.95 / £97.00 Also available as an eBook

Urbanization, Policing, and Security

Based on six years of fieldwork, Professor Baker presents his findings on eight post-conflict African countries. His research, gathered through interviews, observations, and focus groups, examines the complex types of law enforcement and crime prevention systems that have developed during times of political and social instability. He explores the concept of nonstate policing, explains why it dominates African security provision, describes the services provided, measures the levels of local support, and discusses issues of accountability. He suggests ways to enhance these systems and presents solutions for ensuring security through a collaborative approach between state and nonstate police. Catalog no. 9193X, August 2009, 215 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-9193-9, $139.95 / £89.00 Also available as an eBook

Global Perspectives

International Handbook of Penology and Criminal Justice

Edited by

Edited by

Gary Cordner and AnnMarie Cordner

Shlomo Giora Shoham and Ori Beck

Kutztown University, Pennsylvania, USA

Tel Aviv University, Israel

Martin Kett

Dilip K. Das International Police Executive Symposium, New York, USA

Independent Researcher, Bat-Yam, Israel

Through the lens of urbanization, this book examines crime, policing, and security issues around the world. International academic and police leaders contribute their perspectives on a diverse range of overlapping and complementary topics, from special problems to global challenges. Covering studies on major cities in more than 18 countries, this text explores the role of urbanization in security and global concerns such as transnational crime, racial profiling, and information sharing. The book also explores responses to urban problems associated with police and security, including human rights activism and police reform.

A comparative study, this book provides a comprehensive and balanced review of the philosophy and practicality of punishment. It analyzes the efficacy of both traditional methods and novel approaches to produce an objective and sober appraisal of the theory, practice, history, and empirical evidence used in crime prevention, identification, retribution, and incarceration. It considers the sociology of prisoners, changing attitudes in penal practice, abolition of capital punishment, and non-incarcerative and alternative punishments, as well as several methods for achieving measurable crime prevention. It also presents case studies that illustrate the concepts discussed.

Catalog no. 85573, December 2009, 475 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-8557-0, $129.95 / £89.00 Also available as an eBook

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Comparative Criminal Justice Interviews with Global Leaders in Policing, Courts, and Prisons Series Trends in Policing

Trends in Policing

Interviews with Police Leaders Across the Globe

Interviews with Police Leaders Across the Globe, Volume Three

Dilip K. Das

Edited by

International Police Executive Symposium, New York, USA

Otwin Marenin University of Washington, Pullman, USA

Police leaders possess a plethora of rich experiences and practical and theoretical knowledge that provides fascinating insights into the current state of policing around the world. While observers’ opinions of ongoing developments in policing are well known, it is rare to get an insider’s glimpse of how police leaders themselves assess these advances. Through in-depth and exceptionally thoughtful interviews with highly placed police leaders and administrators, Trends in Policing: Interviews with Police Leaders Across the Globe presents cross-cultural perspectives on the organizational structure, leadership, functions, public projects, training, culture, and societal context of police worldwide. This elite group of leaders and the learned researchers who interview them address the fundamental contextual changes that add layers of complexity to police work. Covering an extensive range of topics, the interviews include the experiences, opinions, and preferences of men and women who individually and as a group possess a vast array of knowledge pertaining to the problems and prospects of policing. While examining current trends, they discuss the future role of police in a world in which policing issues transcend national borders. A broad spectrum of police philosophies from over a dozen countries, this volume: • Features interviews conducted by leading criminal justice professionals • Addresses the issues that police leaders see as the most important challenges facing their policing systems • Considers future developments in policing practices Through discussions with those actively engaged in policing, this book bridges the gap between research and practice. While police leaders are not usually accustomed to reflecting and writing on their experiences, the thoughtful interview style of the researchers assists the practitioners in defining their views, forming a cohesive volume rich with the wisdom of experience and the context of analysis.

Otwin Marenin University of Washington, Pullman, USA

Dilip K. Das International Police Executive Symposium, New York, USA

Several years ago, the Trends in Policing series unveiled insiders’ accounts of how police leaders perceive the work they do. These volumes feature interviews with practitioners who speak candidly about their concerns and opinions. They present their evaluations of programs and philosophies that worked and those that did not, describe their conceptions of success and failure, and offer the experiences and insights gained from living the police life. Composed of new interviews, Volume Three continues in the tradition of providing a revealing depiction of diverse police perspectives across a range of different cultures. The environments in which the subjects of these interviews operate differ vastly in terms of political life, economic resources, social structures, policecommunity relations, and transnational interactions. Some work in very large organizations, others, in tiny departments. Some are engaged in high-tech environments and others struggle with outdated equipment. Some must contend with routine political interference as others proceed with minimal influence. And some enjoy popular confidence while others are widely despised. The vast range of experiences profiled demonstrates how context significantly determines how police leaders feel about their work. Sociological studies by academics are plentiful in the policing literature. But police leaders possess an abundance of knowledge that can complement, challenge, and support the more cerebral, scholarly treatments. This thoughtful perspective from the vantage point of individuals in the field enables a balanced understanding of the nuances and dynamics of police culture, elevating the topic to a heightened level of discourse. Catalog no. K11016, December 2010, 460 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-1924-1, $129.95 / £89.00 Also available as an eBook

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Comparative Criminal Justice Interviews with Global Leaders in Policing, Courts, and Prisons Series New!

Trends in Corrections Interviews with Corrections Leaders Around the World Edited by

Jennie K. Singer

California State University, Sacramento, USA

Dilip K. Das

International Police Executive Symposium, New York, USA

Eileen Ahlin

Westat, Rockville, Maryland, USA

Offering rare insiders’ perspectives, Trends in Corrections: Interviews with Corrections Leaders Around the World is a comprehensive survey of correctional programming and management styles used across nations. Twelve chapters present transcribed interviews of corrections leaders along with a brief portrait of the corrections system in those jurisdictions. The leaders interviewed represent a variety of cultures, political environments, and economic systems and come from North America (Canada, Mexico, and the United States), Asia (Singapore), Australia, the Caribbean (Trinidad and Tobago), and Europe (England, Hungary, and Bosnia–Herzegovina). Topics discussed in this insightful collection of interviews include: • Working conditions for correction officers • How governmental changes can impact a prison system • Overcrowding problems and efforts to modernize prisons • Recidivism concerns and programs that facilitate offender reintegration into society upon release • Effects of the media’s portrayal of prisons on communities The final chapter reflects on the interviews and summarizes the common themes evident throughout the book. Advancing knowledge about corrections systems worldwide, this volume bridges the gap of knowledge that exists between scholars and researchers in academia and practitioners in the field. The candid discussions presented herein are destined to open further dialogue among these professionals, adding value to current operations and informing future directions.

Selected Contents: Interview with Hazael Ruiz, Ex-Director of the Penal Systems in Mexico City Interview with Assistant Commissioner Luke Grant of Offender Services and Programs in New South Wales Interview with Dusko Sain, Director of Corrections for the Republic of Srspka


Interview with Dr. Antal Kökényesi, Lieutenant General, Commander of the Hungarian National Prison Service Interview with John Rougier, Commissioner of Prisons of Trinidad and Tobago Interview with John Pastorek, Warden at North Fraser Pretrial Centre in British Columbia Interview with Michael Boileau, Warden of Matsqui Institution, Correctional Service Canada, Vancouver, British Columbia Interview with Robert Jennings from the Western Australia Corrective Services Interview with Timothy Leo, Chief Psychologist of the Singapore Prison Service Interview with Sue Hall, Chief Officer of West Yorkshire Probation Interview with Robert Ambroselli, Director of Parole, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Interview with "CM" Conclusion ... Catalog no. K11613, October 2012, 285 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-3578-4, $99.95 / £63.99 Also available as an eBook


Trends in Policing Interviews with Police Leaders Across the Globe, Volume 4 Edited by

Bruce F. Baker

Coventry University, Ladywood, Birmingham, UK

Dilip K. Das

International Police Executive Symposium, New York, USA

The fourth volume in this police interview series provides a novel approach to examining organizational structure, leadership, functions, public projects, training, police culture, and the societal context of policing in different countries. A thorough and in-depth analysis, this book presents an inside view of how police officers, corrections personnel, judicial leaders, and administrators view their jobs and the difficulties associated with the changing nature of their work. The book addresses what these professionals see as the most important challenges facing their policing systems at this time. The text fills a descriptive and theoretical void in the published literature on comparative policing and criminal justice. Catalog no. K13795, March 2013, 350 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-8073-9, $129.95 / £49.99 Also available as an eBook

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Textbooks New! New!

Counter Terrorism Issues Case Studies in the Courtroom James Ottavio Castagnera Rider University, Lawrenceville, New Jersey, USA

Exploring the most significant terrorist cases of the past two decades, Counter Terrorism Issues: Case Studies in the Courtroom presents a panoramic view of the American judiciary’s handling of domestic terrorism in the last 20 years. Drawing extensively upon trial transcripts, witness statements, and judicial opinions, the book examines some of the most notorious recent cases as well as lesser-known but equally important incidents. The book provides important commentary on the related back-stories and historical/political contexts of these events, enabling students to understand the significance of these ofteninfamous attacks on U.S. soil. Instructor’s manual, PowerPoint® slides, and test bank available with qualifying course adoption

Contents: Introduction The Fire Bell in the Night: The 1993 World Trade Center Bombing Homegrown Terrorists: Tim McVeigh and Terry Nichols (1995)

Introduction to Law Enforcement David H. McElreath, Adrian Doss, Carl J. Jensen, III, Michael Wigginton Jr., Ralph Kennedy, Kenneth R. Winter, Robert E. Mongue, Janice Bounds and J. Michelle Estis-Sumerel With contributions by nine authors offering a diverse presentation, Introduction to Law Enforcement is designed for a one-semester course in law enforcement and policing. Rather than addressing these topics from a linear perspective, it presents discussions regarding both private and public entities. Through this approach, students gain an understanding of several dimensions of the subject matter. Topics include contemporary crime trends, policing ethics, law enforcement history, the functions of modern law enforcement agencies, homeland security, and human resources. The book follows the path of a case from arrest through incarceration and post-release and presents issues related to local, state, regional, federal, and tribal law enforcement agencies. Solutions manual, PowerPoint® slides, and test bank available with qualifying course adoption

Contents: Crime in the United States

Should Zacarias Moussaoui Die for Usama Bin Laden’s Sins? (2006)

The History of Law Enforcement in the United States

It Shouldn’t Happen to a Dog? The Trial of the SHAC 7 (2006)

State Law Enforcement in the United States

All My Trials Soon Be Over? Sami Al-Arian (2005-2010)

Private Enforcement

Local and Trubal Enforcement in the United States Federal and International Law Enforcement

Victims Fight Back: The Persian Antiquities Cases (2001-2012)


At the Tipping Point on the Scales of Justice: National Security v. Civil Liberties (When a U.S. Citizen Is Declared an Unlawful Enemy Combatant)

Patrol Types and Specialized Assignments

Of Wanna-be’s and Bumblers: the Fort Dix Conspirators and the Underwear Bomber

Types of Policing Investigation Forensic Science After Arrest – Taking the Case to Court

Lone Madman or Freelance Jihadist? Nidal Malik and the Fort Hood Shootings (2009)

Law Enforcement Under the United States Constitution

The Yemeni Connection (Redux): What the Times Square Bomber Case Portends

Administration and Leadership – Community Support, Recruitment, Selection, Training and Retention

Conclusion Index

The Future of Law Enformcement and Its Changing Role

Catalog no. K16566, March 2013, 264 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4665-7192-1, $99.95 / £63.99 Also available as an eBook

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Textbooks New!


An Introduction to Corporate and White Collar Crime

Comparative and International Criminal Justice Systems

Frank J. DiMarino

Policing, Judiciary, and Corrections, Third Edition

Kaplan University, Iowa, USA

Cliff Roberson Emeritus Professor of Criminal Justice, Washburn University, Topeka, Kansas, USA

A primary textbook designed for a one-semester course in criminal justice, government, public administration, law, or criminal financial investigation, An Introduction to Corporate and White Collar Crime defines white collar crime, describes how it works, and reveals its prevalence in today’s society. Highlighting unique topics such as racketeering and opportunity structures, it examines the environment in which these crimes occur as well as their investigation, prevention, and prosecution. Pedagogical features include a “What You Need to Know” section, chapter outlines, discussion questions, and a glossary of key terms. Ancillary materials including an instructor's manual, test bank, sample syllabi, PowerPoint® slides, in-class exercises, and suggested assignments are available with qualifying course adoption

Contents: Introduction to the Study of White Collar Crime Traditional Explanations of White Collar Crime Opportunity Structure of White Collar Crime Securities Related Crimes Banking and Currency Related Crimes Racketeer and Organized Crime Tax Fraud Environmental Crimes Crimes Involving Public Officials Obstruction of Justice Sanctions The Investigation of White Collar Crime Future Trends in the Prevention, Investigation, and Prosecution of White Collar Crime Catalog no. K12362, May 2013, c. 272 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-5158-6, $79.95 / £49.99 Also available as an eBook

Edited by

Obi N. I. Ebbe

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, USA

Written for criminal justice students in courses in comparative criminology, Comparative and International Criminal Justice Systems Policing, Judiciary, and Corrections, Third Edition examines the history, dynamics, structure, organization, and processes in the criminal justice systems of several countries. The regions covered include the United States, Ireland, Israel, Argentina, Sierra Leone, China, Russia, and Poland. The author compares these models with each other and contrasts them with provisions in the United Nations conventions, World Courts of Justice, International Court of Justice, International Military Tribunal, International Criminal Tribunal, and the International Criminal Court. Each stand-alone chapter explores the topics of crime, criminal law, criminal justice systems, policing, the judiciary, and corrections.

Contents: The Nature of Comparative and International Criminal Justice Systems The Purpose of Comparative and International Criminal Justice Systems Crime and Criminal Law Global Perspective Crime: International and Comparative Criminal Law Overview of Model Criminal Justice Systems: United States, China, Ireland, Israel, Poland, Russia, and Sierra Leone Criminal Justice System in the United States Criminal Justice System of Ireland The Criminal Justice System of Israel Criminal Justice System of Argentina ... Policing: International and Comparative Perspectives Interpol and International Police Cooperation ... The Judiciary and International Tribunals World Courts of Justice The Judiciary and Criminal Procedure in Nigeria The Islamic System of Justice ... Corrections: International Policy and Correctional Models United Nations Provisions for Punishment of Offenders ... Catalog no. K15887, May 2013, c. 328 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4665-6033-8, $119.95 / £76.99 Also available as an eBook


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Criminal Investigation Fourth Edition Michael J. Palmiotto Wichita State University, Kansas, USA

Criminal investigators need broad knowledge of topics such as criminal law, criminal procedure, and investigative techniques. The best textbook for this subject will distill the needed information into one practical volume. Written in an accessible style, the fourth edition of Criminal Investigation maintains the same reader-friendly approach that made its predecessors so popular with students, professionals, and practitioners. Topics include current investigative practices, relevant legal issues, the wide range of sources of information available, interviewing and interrogation, informants, surveillance, undercover operations, report writing, and the crime laboratory. The book provides specific protocols for individual crimes and examines the police/prosecutor relationship and investigative trends. This edition includes new chapters on cybercrime and special investigations. Each chapter includes a summary, a list of key terms, and review questions so that students can test their assimilation of the material.

Contents: Historical Review of Criminal Investigation Current Investigative Practices Legal Issues Sources of Information Interviewing and Interrogation Informants Writing Reports and Field Notes Surveillance and Undercover Operations Crime Scene Investigation The Crime Laboratory Sex Offenses Death through Violence Assault and Robbery Property Crimes Cybercrime Narcotics and Other Drugs The Police/Prosecutor Relationship Investigative Trends Index Catalog no. K13879, June 2012, 313 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-8218-4, $79.95 / £49.99 Also available as an eBook

Principles of Leadership and Management in Law Enforcement Michael L. Birzer Wichita State University, Kansas, USA

Gerald J. Bayens Washburn University, Topeka, Kansas, USA

Cliff Roberson Emeritus Professor of Criminal Justice, Washburn University, Topeka, Kansas, USA

Effective police organizations are run with sound leadership and management strategies that take into account the myriad of challenges that confront today’s law enforcement professionals. Principles of Leadership and Management in Law Enforcement is a comprehensive and accessible textbook exploring critical issues of leadership within police agencies. Organized in logical fashion, each new chapter builds on previous material for quick assimilation. Suitable for a one-semester course, the book’s easy reading style minimizes the need for memorization and reinforces salient points through boxed highlighted areas. Every chapter includes key concepts, definitions, chapter objectives, and review questions. Written by three renowned criminal justice experts, this volume encourages students to think expansively and develop new insights into the future direction of police leadership and management. Instructor’s manual, test bank, and PowerPoint® lectures available with qualifying course adoption

Contents: Introduction to the Modem Law Enforcement Agency Introduction to Management and Leadership Theory Operational Management of a Law enforcement Agency Problem Solving Planning, Implementation, and Evaluation A Business Approach to law enforcement? Technology and Management for the New Millennium Recruitment and Selection Impact of the Courts and Legislation on Law enforcement Management Training and Education Job-Related Issues Homeland Security and Policing Ethics Catalog no. K13775, June 2012, 390 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-8034-0, $79.95 / £49.99 Also available as an eBook

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Juvenile Justice Administration Peter C. Kratcoski Kent State University, Ohio, USA

This textbook illustrates through examples and interviews with juvenile justice administrators how these organizations and agencies function and provides a comparative analysis of juvenile justice systems across countries and continents. Using case studies to demonstrate the issues presented, the book examines the historical origins and goals of the juvenile justice system, tasks performed by juvenile justice administrators, management theories and administrative models, and relevant laws. It also presents a survey of police and juvenile justice issues in the United States, Canada, Japan, Austria, and South Africa and discusses probation, parole, community-based sanctions, and correctional facilities for juvenile offenders. Catalog no. K11145, May 2012, 524 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-2160-2, $119.95 / £76.99 Also available as an eBook

Strategic Finance for Criminal Justice Organizations Daniel Adrian Doss The University of West Alabama, Livingston, USA

William H. Sumrall III Belhaven University, Memphis, Tennessee, USA

Don W. Jones

The Business of Criminal Justice A Guide for Theory and Practice Daniel Adrian Doss and Joo Young Lee The University of West Alabama, Livingston, USA

Chengqi Guo James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia, USA

Regardless of the type, size, or mission of a criminal justice or law enforcement organization, optimum decision-making can be achieved by examining activities and functions from the perspective of traditional business administration. Using profit and nonprofit business models, this textbook integrates the two philosophies of traditional management and finance and service-oriented benefit. The book examines operational management, marketing, economics, and product management and demonstrates how the concepts of business administration influence law enforcement and government organizations. Figures and graphs, modern-day examples, and an appendix with ancillary material facilitate the learning experience. Catalog no. K12942, December 2011, 268 pp. Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-1-4398-6605-4 $93.95 / £59.99 Also available as an eBook

Sexual Predators Amongst Us Ronald A. Rufo, EdD Kaplan University, Chicago, Illinois, USA

Capital investments of cash flow provide future benefits to all organizations. This text explores capital budgeting techniques from a quantitative perspective that targets the strategic future of revenues within the criminal justice and law enforcement sectors. The book discusses human decision-making, impediments to rendering objective decisions, and methods for improving decision objectivity. It reviews the concept of discounting and decision rules for net present value, and explains how to make an internal rate of return financial decision. It also provides the mathematical formula for the profitability ratio/index method and examines how to use it to make financial decisions.

Written from a police perspective, this volume examines the problem of sexual predation, how the Internet has contributed to its growth, and how we can protect the public from these offenders. The book identifies characteristics associated with sexual predation and explains how the predator "grooms" his victims by gaining their trust. Chapters cover a range of topics, including child abuse, incest, pedophilia in the clergy, sex trafficking, female sex offenders, and child pornography. The author explains how the Internet through social networking sites provides ample opportunities for sexual predators to entice their victims. He examines rehabilitation issues, describes relevant legislation, and discusses sex offender registration.

Catalog no. K14135, April 2012, 292 pp., Soft Cover ISBN: 978-1-4398-9223-7, $99.95 / £63.99 Also available as an eBook

Catalog no. K12526, December 2011, 294 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-5447-1, $93.95 / £59.99 Also available as an eBook

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Introduction to Gangs in America Ronald M. Holmes, Richard Tewksbury, and George Higgins University of Louisville, Kentucky, USA

Gangs have long been a social and criminal threat to society. Addressing the issue as a criminal justice and public policy problem, this volume describes what gangs are, what differentiates them from each other, how they share similarities, and how they fit into contemporary American culture. The authors explore the history and structure of gangs, reveal their clandestine activities, and analyze their social impact. The book also includes information on gender issues in gangs and provides insight into how gangs impact American educational institutions. Offering an insider’s account, the book provides in-depth profiles of specific gangs. Catalog no. K13185, December 2011, 169 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-6945-1, $83.95 / £52.99 Also available as an eBook

Introduction to Criminal Investigation Edited by

Michael L. Birzer Wichita State University, Kansas, USA

Cliff Roberson Emeritus Professor of Criminal Justice, Washburn University, Topeka, Kansas, USA

Ideal for students taking a first course in criminal investigation as well as professionals in need of a refresher, this volume uses an accessible format to convey concepts in practical, concrete terms. Topics discussed include the history of criminal investigation, qualifications for becoming an investigator, training, crime scene search techniques, preparing effective field notes and investigative reports, interviewing and interrogating, and evidence collection, packaging, and preservation. The book provides investigative protocols for a range of crimes and also discusses forensic science and the equipment used in crime labs, specialized investigations, legal issues, and trial preparation. Catalog no. K11795, September 2011, 400 pp. Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-1-4398-3934-8 $93.95 / £59.99 Also available as an eBook

Introduction to Corrections David H. McElreath and Linda Keena University of Mississippi, Oxford, USA

Greg Etter University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg, USA

Criminal Law Second Edition

Ellis Stuart, Jr.

Charles P. Nemeth

Wesson, Mississippi, USA

John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, New York, USA

Written in a simple, concise style and enhanced with discussion questions and a list of key terms in each chapter, this volume examines predominant issues related to the system of administering to offenders in the United States. It begins with an overview of the system and a historical review and then focuses on select issues, including sentencing goals and rationales; noncustodial supervision; jail, prison, and jurisdictional differences in correction systems; and challenges faced by corrections personnel. It also examines constitutional challenges to inmate controls; victims’ rights; correctional counseling perspectives and prevailing sociological theories; capital punishment; and juvenile corrections. Catalog no. K12750, July 2011, 291 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-6013-7, $93.95 / £59.99 Also available as an eBook

To fully grasp criminal law concepts, students must go beyond mere memorization and attempt to understand how laws have developed. This volume blends legal and moral reasoning in the examination of crimes and explores the history relating to jurisprudence. It fosters discussions of controversial issues and delivers abridged case law decisions that target the essence of appellate rulings. Grounded in the model penal code, making the text national in scope, the book examines the elements of crimes and describes the two essential elements necessary for criminal culpability: actus reus (the act committed or omitted) and mens rea (the mind and intent of the actor). Catalog no. K12853, November 2011, 610 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-6171-4, $125.95 / £79.99 Also available as an eBook

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The Law of Cybercrimes and Their Investigations George Curtis Utica College, New York, USA

Presenting a broad-based analysis, this volume explores the many aspects of cybercrime as well as its investigation and prosecution. It begins with an overview of the use of computers and other digital devices to commit traditional computer crimes. Next, it examines cybercrimes against individuals, including those involving obscenity, child pornography, sexual predator conduct, online gambling, and cyberstalking. It also explores identify theft and fraud, data privacy crimes, and ponzi schemes. The book includes a section on the investigation of cybercrimes and covers the applicable laws. Each chapter includes key words and phrases, review problems, and weblinks for further study. Catalog no. K12717, August 2011, 414 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-5831-8, $93.95 / £59.99 Also available as an eBook

Criminal Justice Research Methods Theory and Practice, Second Edition Gerald J. Bayens Washburn University, Topeka, Kansas, USA

Cliff Roberson Emeritus Professor of Criminal Justice, Washburn University, Topeka, Kansas, USA

Now in its second edition, this straightforward, easyto-understand text continues to clarify this complex subject matter, keeping perplexing research language and associated complexities to a minimum and ensuring that students get a practical grasp of this essential topic. The new edition contains updated examples, reworked exercises, additional discussion points, and new research-in-action sections. Defining a clear approach to the study of research, the book enables students experiencing their initial exposure to this subject to be fundamentally prepared to be proficient researchers in criminal justice and criminology. Catalog no. K11672, December 2010, 300 pp. Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-1-4398-3696-5 $99.95 / £62.99 Also available as an eBook

The Study of Violent Crime Criminal Law, Procedure, and Evidence Walter P. Signorelli John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, USA

In addition to delving into criminal law and procedure, this volume considers how constitutional law shapes the legal process. Each chapter contains a problem that highlights one or more classic criminal justice scenarios that could compromise constitutional rights, such as an automobile stop or a police interrogation. These are presented from the view of citizens caught up in an investigation and from police attempting to enforce the law. The goal is to educate students regarding liberty and security so that they may apply critical thinking when confronted with criminal issues involving constitutional principles. Catalog no. K12527, January 2011, 459 pp. Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-1-4398-5449-5 $104.95 / £66.99 Also available as an eBook


Its Correlates and Concerns Scott Mire University of Louisiana at Lafayette, USA

Cliff Roberson Emeritus Professor of Criminal Justice, Washburn University, Topeka, Kansas, USA

A comprehensive text providing a current analysis of violence in the United States, this volume discusses the history of violence, possible correlates and whether violent behavior can be predicted, the role of early exposure to violence, victimology, and the history and effectiveness of punishment. It also examines sociological, psychological, and biological theories that attempt to explain violence. Action boxes help students focus on salient points and review questions appear at the end of each chapter, enabling them to test their assimilation of the material. An accompanying website enhances the learning experience with updates on issues, study guides, and links to related websites. Catalog no. K10381, December 2010, 244 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-0747-7, $79.95 / £48.99 Also available as an eBook

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Textbooks Fatal Violence Juvenile Justice Theory and Practice Cliff Roberson

Case Studies and Analysis of Emerging Forms Ronald M. Holmes University of Louisville, Kentucky, USA

Emeritus Professor of Criminal Justice, Washburn University, Topeka, Kansas, USA

Stephen T. Holmes

Written by a world-renowned legal scholar, this volume provides a complete overview of the system that administers the prosecution of young offenders. Topics discussed include the history of juvenile courts, delinquency causation philosophies, abuse and neglect, child protective services and abuse prevention programs, the structure of juvenile courts, and juvenile court procedures. It also examines non-incarcerative juvenile programs. In addition, the book explores selected issues in juvenile justice, including drug abuse, juvenile sex offenders, and youth gangs. It cites actual court cases, provides review questions at the end of each chapter, and includes a glossary of relevant terms.

From serial murderers to parents who kill, this text offers a rare glimpse into the minds of predators and contains chilling details of their motives and methods. The book explores gang violence, serial and mass murderers, filicide, rape, workplace violence, school shootings, and hate crimes. It also delves into the unusual and shocking practices of vampirism and cannibalism. Steeped in research, the book contains tables with demographic data and events, discussion questions to provoke further inquiry, and numerous references for further study.

University of Central Florida, Orlando, USA

Catalog no. K11322, June 2010, 212 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-2687-4, $87.95 / £56.99

Catalog no. K10710, August 2010, 365 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-1376-8, $109.95 / £69.99

Correctional Administration and Change Management Martha Henderson Hurley The Citadel, Charleston, South Carolina, USA

Dena Hanley University of Akron, Ohio, USA

Change is an inevitable part of any correctional institution, as new trends and initiatives constantly bombard the system. Introducing the concept of organizational capacity, this volume examines leadership, management, and organizational culture and how they apply to correctional agencies, enabling administrators to identify the changes that can be successfully implemented within the organizational context. Topics discussed include management theory, the importance of effective communication, information capital, the human element of change, the concept of evidence-based practice, and the role of evaluation and outcome assessment in the process of improving correctional practice. Catalog no. K10218, June 2010, 222 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-0392-9, $93.95 / £59.99


Legal Nurse Consulting, Principles and Practices, Third Edition (Two-Volume Set) Edited by

Ann Peterson EdD, MSN, RN, FNP-BC, LNCC Legal Nurse Consultant, Medford, Massachusetts, USA

Lynda Kopishke MSN, RN, LNCC Legal Nurse Consultant, Wilmington, Delaware, USA

Over the past generation, the practice of legal nurse consulting has grown to include areas such as life care planning, risk management, and administrative law. It has also taken on a more diversified role in both criminal and civil law and courtroom proceedings. First published in 1997, Legal Nurse Consulting, Principles and Practices provides future nursing professionals with an authoritative reference that helps further define and grow their roles. Used in LNC programs across the country, it introduces RNs to the foundations and practice areas of legal nurse consulting. Catalog no. 89471, February 2010, 1152 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-8947-9, $167.95 / £107.00

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Textbooks Ethics for Criminal Justice Professionals Cliff Roberson Emeritus Professor of Criminal Justice, Washburn University, Topeka, Kansas, USA

Constitutional Law and Criminal Justice Cliff Roberson Emeritus Professor of Criminal Justice, Washburn University, Topeka, Kansas, USA

Scott Mire University of Louisiana at Lafayette, USA

Increasing concerns about the accountability of criminal justice professionals at all levels has placed a heightened focus on the behavior of those who work in the system. This volume examines the myriad of ethical issues that confront law enforcement, judicial system, and correctional personnel. Topics discussed include the concept of false moral identity, ethical reasoning and philosophy, attorney-client privilege, and management and corruption. The book also explores prejudice and discrimination, discovery violations, discretion to prosecute, defense counsel ethics, and ethical issues related to correction. Catalog no. 86707, December 2009, 295 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-8670-6, $91.95 / £58.99

Written in a simple, straightforward manner, this volume examines the U.S. Constitution and its implication for criminal justice system policies and practices. Following an overview of the Bill of Rights, the book examines the components of the judiciary before focusing on due process; the first, fourth, fifth, sixth, and eighth amendments; and the exclusionary rule. Additional chapters address civil liability and the criminal justice professional as well as the impact of terrorism on the right of habeas corpus. Using review questions and relevant cases in each chapter, this volume clarifies the nuances in the law, making complicated concepts approachable by students without legal training. Catalog no. AU6103, February 2009, 384 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-8610-2, $109.95 / £69.99

An Introduction to Comparative Legal Models of Criminal Justice

Crime Prevention

Cliff Roberson

Theory and Practice Stephen Schneider Saint Mary's University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Incorporating exercises that reflect the problem-oriented approach inherent in crime prevention, this book presents a comprehensive overview, a detailed discussion of each of the dominant crime prevention strategies, an in-depth examination of the role of the police and other government agencies in crime prevention, and a step-by-step guide to planning, implementing, and evaluating a crime prevention project. Ideal for the classroom use, this volume also includes numerous case studies that illustrate many of the concepts and strategies covered in the book. Catalog no. 6214X, October 2009, 389 pp. Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-1-4200-6214-4 $75.95 / £48.99

Emeritus Professor of Criminal Justice, Washburn University, Topeka, Kansas, USA

Dilip K. Das International Police Executive Symposium, New York, USA

Examining different types of criminal justice systems and the legal models that shape them, this text uses specific examples to highlight five basic legal foundation models: continental, common law, Islamic, Marxist, and mixed. The book explains how these legal models dictate the roles of the police, courts, and corrections systems in various countries, how the roles differ from place to place, and how these differences are justified under respective national philosophies. Each chapter features a case study, includes tables delineating the action and rationalization of each system under each topic, and concludes with a summary and discussion questions. Catalog no. 65920, June 2008, 352 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-6592-3, $104.95 / £66.99


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