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INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE

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Exploring Criminal Justice

Write & Wrong

The Essentials

Writing Within Criminal Justice, Student Workbook and Instructor Manual

SECOND EDITION Robert M. Regoli, University of Colorado at Boulder John D. Hewitt, Grand Valley State University, Marie-Helen Maras, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Exploring Criminal Justice: The Essentials provides a clear and concise introduction to the American criminal justice system in an engaging and accessible format. It examines the people and processes that make up the system and how they interact. It also covers the historic context of the criminal justice system so students will understand how and why we developed the system that is in place today. This Second Edition provides contemporary data and updated case studies and references for all topics.

KEY FEATURES • Provides current and relevant content on terrorism and cybercrime • Includes substantial coverage of juvenile offenders in the criminal justice system, including what happens to juvenile offenders who are waived to criminal court and prosecuted as adults. • Presents connections between theories of crime and policy responses ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-5241-8 Paperback with Access Code • 458 pages • © 2013

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Caroline W. Ferree Heather L. Pfeifer Both of University of Baltimore

It is important that students learn how to properly research information and present it in a coherent and well organized manner as early in their college careers as possible. This new student workbook aims to improve undergraduate students’ writing quality through writing exercises and reference guides. Students can use this workbook throughout the semester and refer to the reference guides as needed in future classes as they progress through their criminal justice or other social science program.

STUDENT WORKBOOK ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-2681-5 Paperback/Spiral • 242 pages • © 2013

In addition to the Student Workbook, the Instructor Manual provides instructors with everything they will need to effectively teach students successful writing skills within criminal justice and social sciences.

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Prison and Jail Administration Practice and Theory THIRD EDITION Peter M. Carlson, Christopher Newport University

Prison and Jail Administration: Practice and Theory covers all aspects of prison administration, from organizational structure and management accountability to food service, personnel corruption, and the impact of technology on penal institutions. Authored by over sixty leading experts in the field, the text provides students with a unique balance of practice and theory, and includes suggested readings, learning objectives, and discussion questions to help students gain an in-depth understanding of the material. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-5305-7 • Paperback • 678 pages • © 2014

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Prisons Today and Tomorrow THIRD EDITION Ashley G. Blackburn, University of Houston, Downtown Shannon K. Fowler, University of Houston, Downtown Joycelyn M. Pollock, Texas State University, San Marcos

This balanced, comprehensive text introduces students to the reality of the corrections system. Beginning with an overview of prisons throughout history, the text moves to an analysis of the philosophy and practice of modern corrections. Detailed descriptions of “life on the inside,” an analysis of trends in current correctional populations, and an overview of future issues impacting corrections make the Third Edition the most current and relevant correctional textbook on the market. ISBN-13: 978-1-284-02021-2 • Paperback with Access Code • 350 pages • © 2014

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American Corrections Theory, Research, Policy, and Practice SECOND EDITION Matt DeLisi, Iowa State University Peter J. Conis, Des Moines Area Community College

Drs. DeLisi and Conis provide their unparalleled research expertise/ productivity and nearly 40 years of combined criminal justice practitioner experience to make the Second Edition the ideal introductory text for the corrections course. They use a straightforward writing style that is scholarly, engaging, and fun. Updated throughout, it contains both classic and cutting-edge contemporary data on correctional topics drawing from the fields of criminology, criminal justice, sociology, psychology, government, and public policy. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-5238-8 • Paperback with Access Code • 554 pages • © 2013

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CORRECTIONS

Drugs, Crime, and Their Relationships Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy Glenn D. Walters, Kutztown University

Written for middle- to upper-level undergraduate courses on drugs and crime or substance abuse and crime, this book examines the drug– crime connection in a systematic and comprehensive way. It covers the entire drug–crime spectrum, starting with a review of drug and crime terminology, classification and theory, and ending with policy implications for prevention, harm reduction, and macro-level management of the drug–crime problem. ISBN-13: 978-1-284-02117-2 • Paperback with Access Code • 488 pages • © 2014

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Offender Reentry Rethinking Criminology and Criminal Justice Matthew S. Crow, University of West Florida John Ortiz Smykla, University of West Florida

Offender Reentry: Rethinking Criminology and Criminal Justice is the first text of its kind to address the issue of reentry in criminology and criminal justice. Bringing together cutting-edge and never-beforepublished research, and authored by the most critically recognized experts in the field, this text offers students extraordinary insight into the experiences of both offenders in reentry and the practitioners who work within the legal system. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-8602-4 • Paperback • 456 pages • © 2014

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Correctional Counseling A Cognitive Growth Perspective SECOND EDITION Key Sun, Central Washington University

This updated Second Edition employs the cognitive growth model to examine the major contemporary issues in correctional counseling and thoroughly explains how to use the model to fully understand and effectively perform correctional counseling. It discusses such issues as the counselor roles, work settings and challenges, offender classification and assessment, counseling processes, intervention/therapeutic techniques, and more. With this text students will learn how to respond to correctional clients and help them cope with their issues in the community and within prison. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-9937-3 • Paperback • 238 pages • © 2013

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CORRECTIONS

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Legal Aspects of Corrections Management

The Effective Corrections Manager

THIRD EDITION

Correctional Supervision for the Future

Clair A. Cripe, George Washington University Michael G. Pearlman, George Mason University Daryl Kosiak, Northern State University

Through the use of case law, this accessible and updated Third Edition provides students with a practical understanding of how the First, Fourth, Fifth, Eighth, and Fourteenth Amendments relate to the day-to-day issues of running a prison, jail, and other corrections programs, such as probation and parole. It includes engaging real-world examples of common problems and occurrences in corrections to provide students with a good understanding of the legal aspects of corrections management.

KEY FEATURES • Provides an accessible and easy-tounderstand collection of Supreme Court and significant lower court rulings on key issues in corrections. • Includes examples of relevant documents such as a civil complaint; a sample presentence investigation report; a listing of inmate rights and responsibilities; of misconduct charges; and of mission statements for departments of corrections ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-3940-2 Paperback • 616 pages • © 2013

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THIRD EDITION Bridget P. Gladwin, John Jay College of Criminal Justice Charles R. McConnell, Human Resource and Editorial Consultant

Managing a correctional agency hinges on effectively recruiting, training, directing, and motivating people to provide a stable and safe correctional facility. Providing current information on the management and supervision of correctional facilities, this revised and updated Third Edition offers practical advice based on direct experience. Designed for upper undergraduate criminal justice and sociology courses, students will learn about relevant trends with regard to correctional institutions, as well as sentencing, judicial treatment, and correctional management philosophies.

KEY FEATURES • Includes new coverage of the evolution of corrections, ethics, and team building. • Provides expanded coverage on supervision, report writing, and interpersonal relations. • Chapters include examples and exercises that illustrate and apply the material corrections managers will likely encounter in the field. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-4546-5 Paperback • 294 pages • © 2014

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JUVENILE DELINQUENCY AND JUVENILE JUSTICE

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Delinquency in Society

Juvenile Justice

NINTH EDITION

A Social, Historical, and Legal Perspective

Robert M. Regoli, University of Colorado at Boulder John D. Hewitt, Grand Valley State University Matt DeLisi, Iowa State University

The revised and updated Ninth Edition includes new sections on gender and violence, biological and biosocial theories of violence, gang violence, and an expanded discussion of bullying in schools, zero tolerance policies, and reducing school risk factors for bullying. It incorporates the most current statistics and research and includes case studies and discussion questions to prompt student engagement and self- directed study. Long considered the best and most accessible text available on delinquency, Delinquency in Society, Ninth Edition is the most thoroughly and accurately researched delinquency text on the market.

KEY FEATURES • Offers a balanced, apolitical approach that prompts student engagement, discussion, and critical thinking • Contains new, up-to-date content, including new box features throughout that provide further insight into contemporary issues ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-9241-4 Paperback with Access Code • 528 pages • © 2014

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FOURTH EDITION Preston Elrod, Eastern Kentucky University R. Scott Ryder, Tribal Court Administrator, ICWA Attorney, Glenn Oaks Community College

The juvenile justice system is a multifaceted entity that continually changes under the influence of decisions, policies, and laws. The updated Fourth Edition offers students a clear and comprehensive look at exactly what it is and how it works. Reader friendly and up-to-date, this text unravels the complexities of the juvenile justice system by exploring the history, theory, and components of the juvenile justice process and how they relate. Myth v. Reality boxes, FYI boxes, and Comparative Focus boxes provide students with important information, challenge preconceived ideas students may have about juvenile justice practice, critically examine juvenile justice practice, and maintain student interest.

KEY FEATURES • Includes increased coverage of juvenile justice in other cultures within the comparative examples. • Contains current research on juvenile justice operations and effectiveness. • Provides coverage of contemporary court cases related to juvenile justice. ISBN-13: 978-1-284-03112-6 Paperback with Access Code • 522 pages • © 2014

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SOCIAL PROBLEMS AND DEVIANCE

Social Problems Alex Thio, Professor Emeritus, (late of) Ohio University, Athens Jim D. Taylor, Ohio University, Zanesville

This comprehensive text provides a constructionist/conflict approach to the various kinds of social problems that relate to deviance, institutions, and globalization. Each chapter opens with a vignette and provides the nature and extent of a social problem, the conflicting views of the problem, various sociological theories of the problem, global aspects of the problem, social policies for dealing with the problem, and sociological insights on the problem that students can use to enhance their lives.

KEY FEATURES • Provides an accessible, engaging writing style designed to help students master core concepts so you can spend less classroom time explaining basic concepts! • Includes interdisciplinary examples throughout making it ideal for courses taught out of Criminal Justice or Sociology departments. • Written to reflect the 2010 Census Update ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-9309-8 Paperback • 476 pages • © 2012

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Deviant Behavior SECOND EDITION John A. Humphrey, Saint Anselm College Frank Schmalleger, Professor Emeritus, University of North Carolina at Pembroke

Deviant Behavior, Second Edition provides the foundation necessary to understand the impact of globalization on traditional and emerging forms of deviance around the world. Students will learn what deviant behavior is across the world—the circumstances, patterns, and sociocultural characteristics of persons involved in deviant acts. The text also examines “why” and “how” deviant acts occur—the precipitants of deviant behavior and the social processes that result in defining certain acts as deviant.

KEY FEATURES • Explores topics such as positive deviance, cyber-deviance, terrorism, and extreme forms of everyday behavior: working, exercise, and computer use. • Theoretical explanations of deviant behavior and substantive information are integrated in a clear, concise, and readily understandable way. • Chapter discussions aim towards the creation of an interactive community to explore deviant behaviors across socio-cultural settings within the United States and around the world. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-9773-7 Paperback • 496 pages • © 2012

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CRIMINAL LAW

NEW EDITION

Criminal Law THIRD EDITION David C. Brody, Washington State University James R. Acker, University at Albany

The updated third edition of Criminal Law introduces readers to the underlying principles, legal doctrine, and rules of criminal law. The innovative and highly student-friendly text uses real-world case examples to contextualize laws and give students a solid foundation in substantive criminal law while guiding them through what the law is, how it evolved, and the principles on which it is based. By studying case materials, students will develop the analytical skills essential to understanding how legal principles have developed over time and how they are best applied to everchanging factual situations.

KEY FEATURES • Expanded review questions for all case studies throughout • Fully updated to reflect current court cases, including the Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman case, the 2013 Kermit Gosnell case, and the recent Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting • All-new coverage of moral crimes and state crimes and expanded coverage of terrorism • Updated to include information on computerbased offenses, cybercrime, and identity theft ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-9844-7 Paperback • 446 pages • © 2015

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NEW EDITION

A Brief Introduction to Criminal Law THIRD EDITION Philip Carlan Lisa S. Nored Ragan A. Downey All of University of Southern Mississippi

A Brief Introduction to Criminal Law, Second Edition provides a gentle introduction to the subject ideal for students that do not intend to pursue law school. The principles of criminal law are explained step-by-step with a focus on the professional applications of legal principles within the criminal justice system. The Second Edition contains more and updated case studies, additional coverage of Constitutional law and terrorism, and enhanced figures and tables. Written in a conversational tone, A Brief Introduction to Criminal Law, Second Edition is the ideal resource for undergraduate students taking a criminal law course.

KEY FEATURES • Provides supportive examples and hypothetical illustrations to deepen understanding of important topics • Authored by an attorney and non-attorney to offer a balanced and accessible viewpoint • Full of practical hands-on exercises and chapter-by-chapter questions and answers to enhance student learning ISBN-13: 978-1-284-05611-2 Paperback • 360 pages • © 2017

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CRIMINAL LAW

Introduction to Law and Criminal Justice

Environmental Crime

James R. Acker JoAnne M. Malatesta Both of University at Albany

Mary Clifford, St. Cloud University Terry D. Edwards, University of Louisville

Introduction to Law and Criminal Justice provides a comprehensive overview of the foundational legal issues in criminal justice. Written in an easy-to-understand format, it focuses on three areas of law relevant to criminal justice: substantive criminal law; constitutional issues that demand balancing individual liberties and governmental authority; and constitutional criminal procedure. This text offers students an excellent introduction to legal analysis and will prepare them for further study of law, social values, and criminal justice.

KEY FEATURES • Provides a student-friendly introduction to criminal justice and the case method of study. • Presents carefully edited judicial decisions with accompanying explanation, to offer case material that is accessible to undergraduate introductory-level students. • Focuses on three areas of law relevant to criminal justice — substantive criminal law, constitutional issues evoking tensions between governmental authority and individual liberties, and constitutional criminal procedure. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-9032-8 Paperback with Access Code • 440 pages • © 2014

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SECOND EDITION

Environmental Crime, Second Edition revisits the early construction of environmental crime as a subject of study and addresses new and emerging subjects of study, specifically focused on the United States but including research from Europe, Australia, and around the world. Comprehensive and interdisciplinary in its focus, the Second Edition is written by a collection of experts in the field and presents themes related to the social, cultural, political, economic, scientific and legal contexts of environmental crime.

KEY FEATURES • Includes contributions from nationally and internationally known experts on the topic of environmental crime • Provides a comprehensive focus on the United States laws and policies related to environmental law, violations, punishments and sanctions • Includes a historical review of law creation and activist protests focused on organizing and changing laws around environmental protections and environmental harms ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-9428-6 Paperback • 448 pages • © 2012

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CRIMINAL PROCEDURE

Criminal Procedure

Criminal Procedure Law

A Contemporary Perspective

Police Issues and the Supreme Court

THIRD EDITION James R. Acker, University at Albany David C. Brody, Washington State University

This updated Third Edition provides a comprehensive introduction to the rules and principles of criminal procedure law. It uses a case study approach, with a focus on the U.S. Supreme Court, to help students develop the analytical skills necessary to understand the origins, context, and evolution of the law. With an emphasis on federal constitutional law, all cases and accompanying discussions have been updated throughout, as have the end-of-chapter review questions and key terms. Students will find the Third Edition to offer a comprehensive and modern overview of the complex subject of criminal procedure.

KEY FEATURES • All cases and coverage of case law have been updated throughout to offer students the most current information on the subject. • Includes case law associated with homeland security and criminal procedure, throughout the book. • Provides new and updated key terms, review questions, and oral argument references at the end of each chapter. • Every new printed copy is packaged with full student access to the companion website. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-5234-0 Paperback with Access Code • 676 pages • © 2013

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Frances P. Bernat, Texas A&M International University Nicholas Godlove, U.S. District Court, District of Alaska, Anchorage

Written for the undergraduate criminal procedure course, this text presents the criminal procedural process in a logical progression, from police identification and the initial investigation through the arrest and pretrial process. It presents the subject in a clear, easy-to-read format with practical examples and applications of important constitutional criminal procedure principles. By presenting case abstracts and discussions of important U.S. Supreme Court cases pertaining to criminal processes and policing, the book provides an in-depth analysis of critical issues on criminal procedure. Such issues include racial profiling, detention of enemy combatants, interrogation of young children suspects, and searches of private dwellings and places (e.g., computers and cell phones).

KEY FEATURES • Thoroughly explains the distinctions among and between critical stages in the criminal processing of a case, suspect, or offender (e.g. car search vs. search of a car incident to an arrest) • Provides case abstracts of important U.S. Supreme Court cases pertaining to criminal processes and policing ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-9311-1 Paperback • 258 pages • © 2013

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CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION

Criminal Investigation FOURTH EDITION Ronald Becker, Chaminade University Aric W. Dutelle, University of Wisconsin, Platteville

The thoroughly revised and updated Fourth Edition integrates criminal investigation with forensic science and legal foundations. Discussions on investigative procedures, detailed figures, and real-life examples enhance the student’s understanding and demonstrate how to effectively apply the techniques and tools presented. This ideal resource covers all aspects of criminal investigation pertaining to all types of crimes, not simply homicide. It contains chapters on assault, aggravated assault, sexual assault, robbery, theft, burglary, arson, terrorism, cybercrime, and more. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-5054-4 • Paperback with Access Code • 576 pages • © 2013

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An Introduction to Crime Scene Investigation SECOND EDITION Aric W. Dutelle, University of Wisconsin, Platteville

The revised and updated Second Edition is a comprehensive and accurate overview of crime scene investigative processes, components, methods, and procedures. Focusing on the day-to-day aspects of crime scene processing, the text describes the methodologies employed by crime scene personnel, details the steps in crime scene processing, and pushes students to identify the interrelated components of the investigative process. ISBN-13: 978-1-284-04817-9 • Paperback with Access Code • 558 pages • © 2014

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Fundamentals of Crime Mapping SECOND EDITION Bryan Hill Rebecca Paynich, Curry College

Fundamentals of Crime Mapping, Second Edition walks students through the research, theories, and history of geographic information systems used in law enforcement. The revised and updated second edition of this best-selling text explains the day-to-day application of crime analysis for mapping. It incorporates all-new material, including new chapters on the basics of cartography and police methodologies and their impact on crime mapping, as well as all-new exercises using ArcGIS 10. The Second Edition helps to equip any practitioner of crime mapping and its related fields with the tools and understanding necessary to meet the challenges of the day. ISBN-13: 978-1-284-02806-5 • Paperback with Access Code • 620 pages • © 2014

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CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION

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Computer Forensics Cybercriminals, Laws, and Evidence SECOND EDITION Marie-Helen Maras, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

The updated Second Edition continues to balance technicality and legal analysis as it enters into the world of cybercrime by exploring what it is, how it is investigated, and the regulatory laws around the collection and use of electronic evidence. Students are introduced to the technology involved in computer forensic investigations and the technical and legal difficulties involved in searching, extracting, maintaining, and storing electronic evidence, while simultaneously looking at the legal implications of such investigations and the rules of legal procedure relevant to electronic evidence.

KEY FEATURES • Includes a new chapter on cyberterrorism as well as new coverage on social engineering • Provides comprehensive coverage of civil, criminal and corporate investigations and the legal issues that arise with such investigations • Includes case studies, discussion and review questions, practical exercises, and links to relevant websites, to stimulate the critical thinking skills of students ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-9222-3 Paperback • 408 pages • © 2015

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Multidisciplinary Investigation of Child Maltreatment Lauren R. Shapiro, King Graduate School at Monroe College Marie-Helen Maras, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Multidisciplinary Investigation of Child Maltreatment is an ideal primary textbook for child abuse and neglect courses and can be a valuable supplement for investigation and victimology courses. It addresses both normative and non-normative development in infants, children, and adolescents, as well as appropriate ways for child protective services and criminal justice professionals to investigate and, when founded, prosecute perpetrators of maltreatment. Through presentation of analogies, examples, court cases, and illustrations, this definitive textbook effectively guides readers using a best practices approach to evaluating alleged neglect and maltreatment cases.

KEY FEATURES • Offers comprehensive coverage of normative development of infants, children, and adolescents • Describes the signs, symptoms, and consequences of various forms of maltreatment • Presents a complete overview of how to conduct forensic interviews ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-8698-7 Paperback • 325 pages • © 2016

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CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION

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Essentials of the Reid Technique Criminal Interrogation and Confessions SECOND EDITION Fred E. Inbau John E. Reid Joseph P. Buckley Brian C. Jayne

The updated second edition of this best-selling resource teaches readers how to identify and interpret verbal and nonverbal behaviors of both deceptive and truthful people, and how to move toward obtaining solid confessions from guilty persons using the Reid Technique. This book will help readers understand the effective and proper way a suspect should be interrogated and the safeguards that should be in place to ensure the integrity of the confession. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-9110-3 • Paperback • 216 pages • © 2015

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Criminal Interrogation and Confessions FIFTH EDITION Fred E. Inbau John E. Reid Joseph P. Buckley Brian C. Jayne

Criminal Interrogation and Confessions, Fifth Edition presents the Reid Technique of interviewing and interrogation and is the standard used in the field. The updated Fifth Edition presents interviewing and interrogation techniques, based on actual criminal cases, which have been used successfully by thousands of criminal investigators. This practical text is built around simple psychological principles and examines interrogation as a nine-step process that is easily understood by the reader. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-9936-6 • Paperback • 472 pages • © 2013

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Interviewing in Criminal Justice Victims, Witnesses, Clients, and Suspects Vivian Lord, University of North Carolina, Charlotte Allen D. Cowan

Obtaining valid and complete information is one of the most critical skills that any professional working in the criminal justice field can possess. Interviewing in Criminal Justice teaches the fundamentals of effective interviewing, including critical communication skills, interpretation skills, and how to effectively relay information. This solid resource prepares criminal justice students and professionals in other fields how to assess probation clients, communicate with juveniles, collect information from defendants, and much more. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-6643-6 • Paperback • 312 pages • © 2011 Learn More at: go.jblearning.com/Lord

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CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION

Investigating Sexual Assault Cases Steve Chancellor, Supervisory Special Agent and Assistant Operations Officer, US Army CID

Written for criminal investigation courses and specifically sex crime investigation courses, Investigating Sexual Assault Cases presents the basic responsibilities of first responders and highlights specific demands for investigators and prosecutors. This comprehensive resource provides future law enforcement professionals with the information necessary to accurately investigate and analyze sexual assault crimes, improve clearance rates, increase rape and sexual assault reporting, and reduce the number of wrongful incarcerations. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-4869-5 • Paperback • 416 pages • © 2014 Learn More at: go.jblearning.com/Chancellor

Serial Offenders Theory and Practice Kevin Borgeson Kristen Kuehnle Both of Salem State University

Serial Offenders: Theory and Practice explores the act of criminal profiling and the effective methods of case analysis and linkage. Intriguing case studies are used to thoroughly examine the behavioral aspects of serial homicide and the investigative issues that criminal justice professionals face. Students will learn how to build hypotheses, construct timelines, and develop suspect lists. Successful interview and interrogation skills and methods are also covered. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-7730-2 • Paperback • 316 pages • © 2012 Learn More at: go.jblearning.com/Borgeson

Law and Evidence A Primer for Criminal Justice, Criminology, Law, and Legal Studies SECOND EDITION Charles P. Nemeth, California University of Pennsylvania

The Second Edition introduces the complex topics of evidence law in a straightforward and accessible manner. The use and function of criminal evidence and civil evidence in cases is examined, to offer a complete understanding of how evidence principles play out in the real world of litigation and advocacy. The revised Second Edition includes new sections on Rules and Case Law Analysis, Forensic Cases, and Evidentiary Software Programs. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-6661-0 • Paperback • 340 pages • © 2011

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FORENSIC SCIENCE

BESTSELLER

Criminalistics

Forensic Science, Crime, and Terrorism THIRD EDITION James E. Girard, American University The updated Third Edition includes all-new and expanded coverage of crime lab procedures. It ties recent high profile crimes such as the capture of the “Grim Sleeper” serial killer and terrorist attacks, such as the Boston Marathon bombing to the forensic work that has been done to apprehend these criminals. Unlike comparable texts, the Third Edition includes coverage of important terrorism and homeland security issues, including explosives, cybercrime, cyberterrorism, and weapons of mass destruction. The text is also the only book on the market with a detailed description of DNA and CODIS techniques used by professionals. The most comprehensive, accessible, and thorough text of its kind on the market, Criminalistics: Forensic Science, Crime, and Terrorism, Third Edition is an essential resource for undergraduate students entering the ever-evolving field of forensic science.

KEY FEATURES • Contains updated and expanded discussions throughout, including new information on woven fabrics, collection of rape evidence, and the Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS). • Updated to include coverage on recent events, including the Supreme Court’s DNA decision.

• Contains new sections on crime scene safety, agroterrorism, and poisons. • New photos, figures, and illustrations throughout visually engage students and assist them in retaining key material.

ISBN-13: 978-1-284-03703-6 • Hardcover • 532 pages • © 2015

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Navigate Course Manager: Criminalistics, Third Edition

ISBN-13: 978-1-284-08236-4 Navigate Course Manager • © 2015

Navigate Course Manager: Criminalistics enables instructors to create a criminalistics course quickly and easily. It provides a comprehensive suite of online course management tools including, a grade book, calendar, system email, and reporting functionality. This robust online learning environment includes the complete and easy-to-use eBook. Within the ebook, students can highlight, bookmark, and create their own notes to review later. The Navigate eBook: Criminalistics is also available as a stand-alone resource (978-1-284-05627-3).

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CRIMINOLOGY

NEW EDITION

Criminological Theories Understanding Crime in America SECOND EDITION James F. Anderson, East Carolina University

This text explores crime, crime theory, and various forms of criminal behavior within the United States. It focuses strictly on theories while avoiding discussion of the criminal justice system. Interdisciplinary in scope, it includes comprehensive coverage of white-collar crime, biological theories, DNA, and biology. The updated Second Edition includes boxes throughout that highlight public policy, contemporary issues in the news, and profiles of offenders, all related to the chapter material. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-8187-6 • Paperback • 268 pages • © 2015

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Criminological Theory A Life-Course Approach SECOND EDITION Matt DeLisi, Iowa State University Kevin M. Beaver, Florida State University

The only textbook of its kind, the Second Edition includes original chapters written by an interdisciplinary group of scholars and experts. The unique collection of contributors comes from the fields of psychology, social work, epidemiology, criminology, psychiatry, and sociology. Unlike other criminology textbooks, which focus exclusively on environmental and social correlates to criminal behavior, Criminological Theory uses a multidisciplinary approach that synthesizes multiple factors and presents a more comprehensive picture of life-course antisocial behavior. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-8151-7 • Paperback • 334 pages • © 2014

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Criminology Theory, Research, and Policy THIRD EDITION Gennaro F. Vito, University of Louisville Jeffrey R. Maahs, University of Minnesota-Duluth

The best-selling Third Edition has been thoroughly revised and updated to provide students with the most current and relevant information in their search to examine and explain how and why crime occurs. It employs an interdisciplinary approach to clearly make the connection between theory, research, and policy while demonstrating the relevancy of criminological theory in the public attempt to control crime and provide justice. The text makes real-world connections between these three elements of crime prevention that often puzzle students. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-6665-8 • Paperback with Access Code • 502 pages • © 2012

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CRIMINOLOGY

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Victimology Theories and Applications SECOND EDITION Ann Wolbert Burgess, Boston College Cheryl Regehr, University of Toronto Albert R. Roberts, (late of) Rutgers University

The updated Second Edition provides a comprehensive introduction to the study of victimization, crime typologies, and the impact of crime on victims, offenders, and society at large. An overview of the issues impacting victims of a wide variety of traditional and contemporary crimes are examined, including child maltreatment, intimate partner violence, elder abuse, cybercrime, and hate crimes. The history and theories of victimology are explored, as well as definitive laws and policies, strategies for intervention, and future research areas. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-8493-8 • Paperback with Access Code • 594 pages • © 2013

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Violent Offenders Theory, Research, Policy, and Practice SECOND EDITION Matt DeLisi, Iowa State University Peter J. Conis, Des Moines Area Community College

This text contains cutting-edge material on the broad category of criminal predators, including homicide offenders, sex offenders, financial predators, and conventional street criminals. This updated Second Edition illustrates the systemic importance of predation in antisocial behavior and provides hands-on research and practitioner expertise illustrating today’s study of criminal predation. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-9790-4 • Paperback • 470 pages • © 2012

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Crime Prevention David Mackey Kristine Levan Both of Plymouth State University

Written by a collection of scholarly experts, Crime Prevention presents significant issues related to contemporary crime prevention efforts. It begins by emphasizing the importance of crime prevention as it relates to financial and social costs and introduces students to the theoretical models of crime prevention. Traditional areas of crime prevention are reflected in the chapters on family/schools, guns, policing, sentencing, and correctional programs, and additional chapters cover emerging areas now considered critical to crime prevention, such as technology, surveillance, and specific efforts to protect more vulnerable populations. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-1593-2 • Paperback • 440 pages • © 2013

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JUSTICE STUDIES, ETHICS, AND POLICY

NEW

Dimensions of Justice Ethical Issues in the Administration of Criminal Law William C. Heffernan, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

This new resource is the only textbook of its kind that addresses justice from an institutional perspective. Thought-provoking features, including Thought Experiments boxes that present imagined scenarios to illustrate the principles under discussion and Justice in Context boxes that consider the real-life applications of concepts, along with clearly presented learning objectives, create a strong foundation in key concepts, pertinent vocabulary, and critical-thinking and reasoning skills. Readers are introduced to moral reasoning and the underpinnings of philosophical approaches to justice, including readings from critical philosophers such as Aristotle, Augustine, Locke, Kant, and Rawls. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-3405-6 • Paperback • 346 pages • © 2015

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U.S. Criminal Justice Policy A Contemporary Reader Karim Ismaili, Bridgewater State University

NEW EDITION COMING FALL 2015

This collection of essays on contemporary U.S. criminal justice policy addresses how criminal justice policy issues are framed, identifies participants in the policy process, discusses how policy is made, and considers the constraints and opportunities found in the policy process. Findings are linked to broader institutional, cultural, and global criminal justice trends, and are used to determine what recent research reveals about crime policy and democratic governance. This book encourages students to engage in a dialogue about criminal justice policy, and to think about the potential for criminal justice reform. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-4129-7 • Paperback • 370 pages • © 2011

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Capital Punishment in America A Balanced Examination SECOND EDITION Evan J. Mandery, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

The revised and updated Second Edition offers an unbiased examination of the death penalty, supported by statistics and Supreme Court cases, and followed by pro and con discussions. It addresses every major issue relating to the death penalty, including deterrence, racial impact, arbitrariness, its use on special populations, and methods of execution. Designed for the undergraduate and graduate level courses on the death penalty and capital punishment, and even ethics and law, this text challenges students to evaluate their beliefs and assumptions on each of the various issues surrounding this controversial subject. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-0598-8 • Paperback • 568 pages • © 2012 Learn More at: go.jblearning.com/Mandery

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RESEARCH METHODS AND STATISTICS

Research Methods for Criminology and Criminal Justice THIRD EDITION Mark L. Dantzker, University of Texas, Pan American Ronald D. Hunter, Georgia Gwinnett College

The Third Edition introduces students to the functions of criminal justice research, including scientific theory, research language, and design. Ideal for the undergraduate or graduate level qualitative and quantitative methodology courses, this text is updated with new case studies, expanded discussions on quantitative vs. qualitative research, and special topics, including ethics, confidentiality, and the need for objectivity. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-7732-6 • Paperback • 246 pages • © 2012

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Understanding Statistics for the Social Sciences, Criminal Justice, and Criminology Jeffery T. Walker, University of Arkansas Sean Maddan, University of Tampa

Designed for introductory-level statistics courses, this text presents the fundamentals of statistics in a clear and simplified format. The authors focus on calculating the basic formulas yet present enough advanced material to prepare students for further study. This accessible text also provides information on deciding when to use particular statistical analyses, how to input and analyze data through programs such as Microsoft Excel and SPSS, the interpretation of statistical output, and making conclusions based on those results. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-4922-7 • Paperback with Access Code • 238 pages • © 2013

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Statistics in Criminology and Criminal Justice Analysis and Interpretation FOURTH EDITION Jeffery T. Walker, University of Arkansas Sean Maddan, University of Tampa

The updated Fourth Edition focuses on data collection, knowing which statistics to use with what data, how to interpret output of SPSS (an IBM company), explanations and demonstrations of statistical procedures, why procedures give the results they do, how to interpret the output of statistical analyses, and more. With this text, students will develop complete comprehension of how to collect, organize and record, analyze, interpret, and apply the statistical information to prepare them for their careers or graduate study. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-8860-8 • Paperback with Access Code • 592 pages • © 2013

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HOMELAND SECURITY AND TERRORISM

Introduction to Homeland Security Policy, Organization, and Administration Willard M. Oliver, Sam Houston State University Nancy E. Marion, University of Akron Joshua B. Hill, Tiffin University

Introduction to Homeland Security is a comprehensive but accessible text designed for students seeking a thorough overview of the policies, administrations, and organizations that fall under Homeland Security. It grounds students in the basic issues of homeland security, the history and context of the field, and what the future of the field might hold. Students will come away with a solid understanding of the central issues surrounding Homeland Security, including policy concepts and political and legal responses to Homeland Security. ISBN-13: 978-1-284-04583-3 • Paperback with Access Code • 318 pages • © 2015

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Counterterrorism Marie-Helen Maras, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Focusing on domestic terrorist groups from Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East, South America, and North America, this text critically evaluates the counterterrorism measures implemented in response to these terrorist groups. The book also compares terrorist groups, assesses the factors that are conducive to certain groups’ sustainability and those that led to other groups’ demise, notes counterterrorism measures that were successfully used in the past to combat terrorists and terrorist groups worldwide, and incorporates efficient policies into a counterterrorism strategy that can be used to effectively deal with the current threat of terrorism by al-Qaeda operatives, affiliates, and homegrown terrorists inspired by al-Qaeda’s cause. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-4860-2 • Paperback • 418 pages • © 2013

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Comparative Criminal Justice Systems Global and Local Perspectives Shahid Shahidullah, Elizabeth City State University, University of North Carolina

This text examines the nature of crime and justice in varying countries and cultures in North America, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Latin America. Using a topical approach, it compares different systems of crime and justice in terms of their differences from, and similarities to, the laws and institutions of modern criminal justice, focusing on the United States as a standard of comparison. By examining different criminal justice systems in terms of their local peculiarities and understanding their change and continuity, students will gain a well-rounded international perspective of the world’s varying systems of criminal justice. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-0425-7 • Paperback • 554 pages • © 2014

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SPECIAL TOPICS

Myths and Realities of Crime and Justice What Every American Should Know SECOND EDITION Steven E. Barkan, University of Maine George J. Bryjak

The fully revised and updated second edition of this popular text includes the most recent crime and criminal justice data and examines key topics such as serial killers and mass murders, gun violence, criminal victimization, identity theft, policing and police corruption, plea bargaining, jury nullification, wrongful convictions, the death penalty, and the “CSI Effect.” It includes new sections on recent trends in crime rates, street gangs, and hate crimes. Ideally suited for students in criminal justice and sociology programs, the Second Edition is a thorough, engaging, and highly relevant portrait of crime and justice in America. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-9108-0 • Paperback • 368 pages • © 2014 Learn More at: go.jblearning.com/Myths2e

Understanding Organized Crime SECOND EDITION Stephen L. Mallory, The University of Mississippi

The Second Edition is a comprehensive introduction to the subject and includes coverage of the types of organized crime, definitions of organized crime, why it continues to exist, and how it has evolved throughout history. Material covered includes the structure and hierarchy of each organization, their methods of operation, and the techniques and laws used by law enforcement to address the dynamic nature of domestic and transnational organized crime. Using the author’s unique approach to the topic, students will learn about organized crime through the eyes of the criminal investigator, and how law enforcement practitioners today are counteracting these criminal organizations. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-4804-6 • Paperback with Access Code • 306 pages • © 2012

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Elder Crimes, Elder Justice David R. Snyder, Baltimore County Fire Department

Elder Crimes, Elder Justice addresses all of the special needs of older people and gives the law enforcement officer the confidence that is needed to understand the aging process, communicate effectively with older people, understand the fears of older people, develop effective crime prevention strategies, and respond effectively to the older perpetrator. This book offers insights into the special considerations of the growing elderly population and teaches how to handle day-to-day interactions astutely and empathetically, resulting in a positive outcome for the law enforcement official, for the older person, and for the community. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-2859-5 • Paperback • 258 pages • © 2014 Learn More at: go.jblearning.com/Snyder

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LAW ENFORCEMENT AND POLICING

Law Enforcement in the United States THIRD EDITION James A. Conser, Professor Emeritus, Youngstown State University Rebecca Paynich, Curry College Terry E. Gingerich, Western Oregon University

By examining the influence of social, political, economic, and cultural forces on the evolution of modern law enforcement, this updated Third Edition discusses the struggle between existing conventions in law enforcement and today’s push for reform. This book is an ideal introduction to law enforcement and goes beyond discussions of local policing to examine how forces like technology, privatization, and the threat of terrorism are affecting law enforcement on local, state, and national levels. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-9938-0 • Paperback • 488 pages • © 2013

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Law Enforcement and Justice Administration Strategies for the 21st Century SECOND EDITION Clyde L. Cronkhite, Western Illinois University

The updated Second Edition provides a comprehensive examination of the prevailing criminal justice organizations present in law enforcement, courts, and correctional systems. Using a realistic, field-based approach that combines theory with application, it explores the operations, issues, and practices that administrators within criminal justice face today. Throughout the text, the Contextual Themes Model (Organization, Employee Relations, Open Systems, Social Equity, Client-oriented Service) of criminal justice administration is provided to aid students in connecting the concepts of administration to key terms, theories, and ultimately to the application of the concepts. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-5516-7 • Paperback with Access Code • 428 pages • © 2013

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Policing Issues Challenges and Controversies Jeffrey Ian Ross, University of Baltimore

Policing Issues: Challenges and Controversies analyzes the most pressing challenges affecting municipal policing in the United States today. Longstanding and emerging issues are critically examined with a solutions focus, to provide readers with a strong understanding of the problems affecting citizens, communities, police officers, and administrators. Discussions are grounded in empirical research, other relevant scholarly literature, and current events, to provide readers with trusted and well-rounded information. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-7138-6 • Paperback • 338 pages • © 2012

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