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CRIMINAL JUSTICE ACADEMIC CATALOG 2012

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New & Forthcoming Titles Exploring Criminal Justice: The Essentials, Second Edition

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Write & Wrong: Writing Within Criminal Justice, Student Workbook and Instructor Manual

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American Corrections: Theory, Research, Policy, and Practice, Second Edition

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Legal Aspects of Corrections Management, Third Edition

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Correctional Counseling: A Cognitive Growth Perspective, Second Edition

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Criminal Investigation, Fourth Edition

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Criminal Investigation Workbook

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Death Investigations

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Criminal Interrogation and Confessions, Fifth Edition

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Crime Prevention

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Criminal Procedure: A Contemporary Perspective, Third Edition

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Criminal Procedure Law: Police Issues and the Supreme Court

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Understanding Statistics for the Social Sciences, Criminal Justice, and Criminology

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Law Enforcement and Justice Administration: Strategies for the 21st Century, Second Edition

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Law Enforcement in the United States, Third Edition

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Introductory Criminal Justice

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Juvenile Delinquency and Justice

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Social Problems and Deviance

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Criminal Law

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Corrections

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Criminal Investigation

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Criminalistics & Forensic Science

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Criminology

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Courts, Law, and Procedure

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Criminal Justice Policy

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Research Methods and Statistics

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Special Topics

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Policing and Law Enforcement

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Comparative Criminal Justice and Terrorism

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Criminal Justice Series

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INTRODUCTORY CRIMINAL JUSTICE NEW

Edition

Exploring Criminal Justice The Essentials Second Edition

Robert M. Regoli, University of Colorado at Boulder John D. Hewitt, Grand Valley State University Marie-Helen Maras, Farmingdale State College, SUNY This thoroughly revised and updated Second Edition of best-selling, 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, and will help your students understand the relationships between the police, the courts, and corrections.

Key Features • Presents connections between theories of crime and policy responses. This comprehensive introduction covers all major theories of crime causation, including female criminality, and goes beyond by tying the theoretical perspectives to social policies for preventing crime. • Provides historical context for police, courts, and corrections. Includes brief explorations of the historical context for these components of the criminal justice system. • 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. • Provides current and relevant content on terrorism and cybercrime. Two of the most recent challenges to criminal justice, terrorism and cybercrime, have become extremely hot topics, are heatedly debated in Congress, and create new demands on police and the courts. • Field tested with undergraduate students. Several reviews were conducted with a large group of students to evaluate the text’s readability, comprehensiveness, and ability to engage student attention. As a result, this

revised Second Edition is student-friendly from cover to cover! • Every new copy is packaged with full student access to unlock a variety of study tools on the companion website.

Interactive study tools organized by chapter include: • Interactive Flashcards • Interactive Glossary • Crossword Puzzles • Practice Quizzes • Web Links

ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-5241-8 • Paperback with Access Code • 458 pages • © 2013

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INTRODUCTORY CRIMINAL JUSTICE NEW

Introduction to Law and Criminal Justice James R. Acker, University at Albany JoAnne M. Malatesta

Introduction to Law and Criminal Justice provides undergraduate students with a comprehensive overview of the foundational legal issues in criminal justice. Written in an easy-to-understand format, it examines the history and principles of law and will prepare students for further study of the criminal justice system. By carefully explaining judicial decisions, this text offers students an excellent introduction to legal analysis and the case method of study.

Key Features • Provides a student-friendly introduction to criminal justice • Presents carefully edited judicial decisions with accompanying explanation, to offer case material that is accessible to undergraduate introductory-level students. • Includes comprehensive coverage of three areas of law relevant to criminal justice—substantive criminal law, constitutional issues evoking tensions between governmental authority and individual liberties that relate generally to criminal justice, and constitutional criminal procedure. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-2677-8 • Paperback with Access Code • 550 pages • © 2013

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Write & Wrong Writing Within Criminal Justice, Student Workbook and Instructor Manual Caroline W. Ferree, Heather L. Pfeifer Both of University of Baltimore

Many students enter college with below average research and writing skills, and as a result, when they are required to do library research or write papers, their work is often unsatisfactory. 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 program. The workbook also includes space for the students to write notes and record important information they learn in the lectures. Student Workbook ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-2681-5 • Paperback/Spiral 150 pages • © 2014

In addition to the Student Workbook, this Instructor’s Manual provides instructors with everything they will need to effectively teach students successful writing skills within criminal justice and social sciences. Instructor Manual ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-2682-2 • eBook • © 2013

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INTRODUCTORY CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Criminal Justice, Science, and the Law A Workbook Alisa Smith

This unique online workbook revolves around a real-life, but fictionalized story that introduces timely and stimulating issues in criminal justice, science, and law. In a user-friendly and engaging format, the author presents current issues and questions for students to research, and then challenges them to develop answers using the information presented and their own findings. Because research changes so quickly, incorporating questions that require students to utilize the internet to find answers, keeps the information timely and relevant on current controversies, ethical dilemmas, policies, scientific evidence, and legal questions. IISBN-13: 978-1-4496-2263-3 • Express PDF • 157 pages • © 2012 Learn More at: go.jblearning.com/CJworkbook

Exploring Criminal Justice Robert M. Regoli, University of Colorado at Boulder John D. Hewitt, Grand Valley State University

This text provides a clear, complete, and credible introduction to the U.S. criminal justice system. Using an easy-to-follow, attention-grabbing writing style, this text explains the overarching processes and purposes of the criminal justice system. This text also provides thorough integration of criminological theory and policy as it presents both historical context and current features of the U.S. criminal justice system. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-4284-3 • Hardcover • 549 pages • © 2008

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Fundamentals of Criminal Justice A Sociological Perspective, Second Edition Steven E. Barkan, University of Maine George J. Bryjak

This text provides a unique social context to explore and explain the nature, impact, and significance of the criminal justice system in everyday life. This introductory text analyzes important sociological issues including class, race, and gender inequality. The effectiveness of criminal justice in controlling and reducing crime is critically examined to bring students to a deeper understanding of the operation of the criminal justice system and the genesis of crime and victimization. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5424-2 • Paperback • 606 pages • © 2011 Additional Format: CourseSmart

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JUVENILE DELINQUENCY AND JUSTICE

Juvenile Delinquency

Delinquency in Society

An Integrated Approach Second Edition

The Essentials

James Burfeind, University of Montana Dawn Jeglum Bartusch, Valparaiso University

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

Juvenile Delinquency: An Integrated Approach, Second Edition offers a comprehensive introduction to juvenile delinquency. Now in a more concise and accessible format, this text cultivates an understanding of juvenile delinquency by examining and linking key sociological and criminological theories and research. Biological and psychological approaches to delinquency are covered, as well as responses to delinquent behavior including prevention, early intervention, and contemporary juvenile justice.

Delinquency in Society: The Essentials is a concise introduction to the important topics covered by the same authors in the popular Delinquency in Society, Eighth Edition. This practical text explores how juvenile delinquency is defined, measured, and explained, as well as how the juvenile justice system deals with delinquent youth. This new Essentials text provides separate chapters focusing on the police, juvenile courts, corrections, and delinquency prevention.

Key Features • NEW research and updated delinquency and juvenile justice data provide the most current information and statistics. • NEW chapters on delinquency prevention and intervention and the “delinquent event” offer a larger breadth of topics covered. • NEW changes in juvenile justice thought and practice, including the growing popularity of more punitive approaches to delinquency and a reawakening of the “rehabilitative ideal.” ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5810-3 • Paperback • 386 pages • © 2011 • Additional Format: CourseSmart

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Key Features • Detailed descriptions of delinquency, criminal acts, and status offenses performed by the juvenile population. • Coverage of principle theories including Cultural Deviance, Strain, and Life Course. • Cutting-edge discussion of the biosocial paradigm that articulates the interplay between nature and nurture in the development of delinquency. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-7790-6 • Paperback • 547 pages • © 2011 • Additional Format: CourseSmart

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JUVENILE DELINQUENCY AND JUSTICE

Delinquency in Society Eighth Edition Robert M. Regoli, University of Colorado at Boulder John D. Hewitt, Grand Valley State University Matt DeLisi, Iowa State University

Look for the 9th Edition to Publish Spring 2013

Delinquency in Society, Eighth Edition provides a systematic introduction to the study of juvenile delinquency, criminal behavior, and status offending youths. This text examines the theories of juvenile crimes and the social context of delinquency including the relevance of families, schools, and peer groups. Reorganized and thoroughly updated to reflect the most current trends and developments in juvenile delinquency, the Eighth Edition includes discussions of the history, institutional context, and societal reactions to delinquent behavior. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-6434-0 • Hardcover • 674 pages • © 2010 Additional Format: CourseSmart

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Juvenile Justice and Delinquency David W. Springer Albert R. Roberts, Rutgers University

This is the first text to comprehensively trace the progress toward resolving critical juvenile justice and delinquency issues, and to provide cuttingedge intervention strategies to effectively rehabilitate juvenile offenders and prevent delinquency. Historical, political, and legal trends are examined and critiqued, as well as the range of developmental, familial, and sociological theoretical explanations of juvenile delinquency. Current evidence-based practice, prevention strategies and programs, and juvenile justice treatment and policy alternatives are thoroughly explored. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-6056-4 • Paperback • 498 pages • © 2011 Additional Formats: CourseSmart

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Juvenile Justice A Social, Historical, and Legal Perspective Third Edition Preston Elrod, Eastern Kentucky University R. Scott Ryder, Tribal Court Administrator, Glenn Oaks Community College

The juvenile justice system is a multifaceted entity that continually changes under the influence of decisions, policies, and laws. The all new Third Edition of Juvenile Justice: A Social, Historical, and Legal Perspective, 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. IISBN-13: 978-0-7637-6251-3 • Hardcover • 523 pages • © 2011 Additional Formats: CourseSmart

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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. It consists of 16 chapters divided into 5 parts. 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, this text is the most up-to-date and relevant resource on the subject. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-9309-8 • Paperback • 476 pages • © 2012 • Additional Format: CourseSmart

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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. Readers 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 sociocultural settings within the US and around the world. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-9773-7 • Paperback 496 pages • © 2012

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CRIMINAL LAW

Environmental Crime Second Edition

Mary Clifford, St. Cloud University Terry D. Edwards, University of Louisville Fully revised and updated, 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, this 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. The accessible style and easy-to-read format make Environmental Crime, Second Edition ideal for anyone from any discipline, with little to no exposure to the subject matter.

Key Features • New chapter on the relationship between social and political activism and legislative change • New chapter on crime theories specifically focused on environmental issues • Updates on the history and legislation

• Updates on definition and related terms • Updates on state and local issues • Updates on police, courts, sentencing and punishments • New online link with additional resources for students

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-9428-6 • Paperback • 448 pages • © 2012 • Additional Format: CourseSmart

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Introduction to Law and Criminal Justice James R. Acker, University at Albany JoAnne M. Malatesta

Written in an easy-to-understand format, this supplemental text examines the history and principles of law and will prepare students for further study of the criminal justice system. By carefully explaining judicial decisions, this text offers students an excellent introduction to legal analysis and the case method of study. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-2677-8 • Paperback with Access Code 550 pages • © 2013

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CRIMINAL LAW

An Introduction to Criminal Law

Criminal Law

Philip E. Carlan Lisa S. Nored Ragan A. Downey all of University of Southern Mississippi

David C. Brody, Washington State University— Spokane James R. Acker, University at Albany

This text walks readers through a chronological and simplistic, yet detailed, dissection of the legal labyrinth. 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. Recent evolving legislation pertaining to terrorism, organized crime, and white-collar crime are addressed. Written in an engaging conversational tone, this resource is ideal for undergraduate criminal law courses.

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: 978-0-7637-5525-6 Hardcover • 224 pages • © 2011 Additional Format: CourseSmart

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Second Edition

This highly anticipated Second Edition introduces students to the principles, legal doctrine, and rules of criminal law. Innovative in its case study approach, this thoroughly updated revision will help readers develop analytical skills, while learning the content and context of substantive criminal law. Now with a more student-friendly format, this text guides learners through theory and practice, using a blend of old and new materials to foster an understanding of what the law is, how it evolved, and how it applies to various circumstances.

Key Features • Important developments and new materials on the “war on terrorism,” anti-stalking legislation, the prosecution of cybercrimes, and more. • Updated information on assisted suicide prohibitions, anti-sodomy laws, and the constitutionality of implementing the death penalty for crimes not involving homicide. • Chapter objectives and review questions in every chapter to assist readers in developing critical thinking skills and comprehension of material. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5913-1 • Hardcover • 412 pages • © 2010 • Additional Format: CourseSmart, Kindle

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CORRECTIONS NEW

Edition

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 American Corrections: Theory, Research, Policy, and Practice, 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.

Key Features

Contents

• Now available in paperback! • Revised to be more sociologically-focused, this Second Edition includes boxes throughout highlighting the effects on community. • Provides an increased focus on gender, race, and immigration issues. • Contains more content discussing the philosophy of corrections, encouraging your students to see the big-picture and think critically of the subject. • Thoroughly updated, this Second Edition includes new sections on correctional case law, crisis intervention teams, cognitive behavioral therapy, mental health probation, fiscal costs of the correctional system and ways that correctional policies can save costs while reducing crime, and much more exciting new content. • Every new copy includes full student access to the accompanying student companion website featuring a variety of interactive study aids.

Part I The Foundation of Corrections

Chapter 1 Corrections and Its Place in the Criminal Justice System Chapter 2 The Philosophy and History of Corrections Chapter 3 The Law and Corrections Part II Corrections: The Management of Offender Risk

Chapter 4 Sentencing and Offender Classification Chapter 5 The Pretrial Period and Jails Chapter 6 Diversion, Pretrial Treatment, and Prevention Chapter 7 Intermediate Sanctions Chapter 8 Probation Part III Prison and Offender Reentry

Chapter 9 Prisoners and Inmate Behavior Chapter 10 Prison Organization, Management, and Programs Chapter 11 Parole Chapter 12 Reentry Part IV Special Topics in Corrections

Chapter 13 Juvenile Corrections Chapter 14 Women and Corrections Chapter 15 Capital Punishment and Civil Commitment

ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-5238-8 • Paperback with Access Code • 554 pages • © 2013

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CORRECTIONS NEW

NEW

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Legal Aspects of Corrections Management Third Edition Clair A. Cripe, Former Adjunct Professor, George Washington University, National College of Law Michael G. Pearlman, Adjunct Professor, George Mason University Daryl Kosiak, Northern State University, Aberdeen, South Dakota

Through the use of case law, this 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 and practitioners 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 500 pages • © 2013

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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 the student will learn how to respond to correctional clients and help them cope with their issues in the community and within prison.

Key Features • A New chapter on understanding and treating substance abuse has been added to address the increasing issue of substance abuse for the offender population. • Includes a New chapter on restorative justice. This chapter examines the skills and principles of restorative justice and addresses the needs of the victim, community, and the offender. • The chapter on counseling processes has been updated to include coverage on the issue of a gender-sensitive approach in counseling female offenders, and assessment and intervention for juvenile offenders. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-9937-3 • Paperback 350 pages • © 2013

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CORRECTIONS

The Effective Corrections Manager Correctional Supervision for the Future, Third Edition Bridget Gladwin Charles R. McConnell

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 management and supervision, this Third Edition teaches readers how to be successful in those endeavors, offering practical advice based on direct experience. This is a fascinating read for those involved in either developing their own managerial skills or in teaching others how to be effective supervisors in the corrections environment.

Key Features • New coverage of the evolution of corrections, ethics, and team building. • Chapters include examples and exercises that illustrate and apply the material corrections managers will likely encounter in the field. • Covers all the major management areas required for those entering the field of corrections, including labor-management relations, legal issues, writing, effective delegation, coping with changing environments, and more. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-4546-5 • Paperback • 400 pages • © 2014

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Corrections and the Criminal Justice System David C. May Kevin I. Minor Rick Ruddell Betsy A. Matthews All of Eastern Kentucky University

This text is designed to help students understand corrections in relation to the entire criminal justice system. It begins with an overview of the field of criminal justice and covers the components of the criminal justice system that an offender must pass through prior to his/her corrections experience (police, courts, and sentencing). The second part shows students how corrections is interconnected and related to the other aspects of the criminal justice system.

Key Features • Corrections in the Real World: These boxes relate the key concepts discussed in the chapter to an issue that students may face as a corrections professional. • Corrections and Policy: These boxes encourage students to consider how a policy affects the corrections system and corrections practices. • Race and Gender in Corrections: These boxes discuss race and gender issues confronting the field and prepare students to feel more comfortable tackling these issues. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-3500-5 • Paperback 585 pages • © 2008

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CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION NEW

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Criminal Investigation Fourth Edition

Ronald Becker, Chaminade University Aric W. Dutelle, University of WisconsinPlatteville This 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. The integrated and accessible approach of the Fourth Edition will provide your students with a solid foundation in criminal investigation techniques and procedures, as well as the applicable forensic and constitutional considerations.

Key Features • Chapters have been reorganized, and some combined, to include new up-to-date and relevant material. • Students will learn how investigations are connected to a team that is much larger than those charged with the investigation of

the crime, which includes first responders, forensic personnel, and prosecutors. • Every new copy is packaged with full student access to the companion website featuring a variety of interactive study tools.

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Criminal Investigation Workbook Aric W. Dutelle, University of Wisconsin-Platteville Ronald Becker, Chaminade University

Mapped to the content in Criminal Investigation, Fourth Edition, this unique online workbook provides students with exercises relating to all aspects of criminal investigation. It features case analyses and historical research related to the readings within the text so that students will not only gain an understanding of how the investigation process has evolved into what it is today, but will also develop an appreciation of and an understanding for the complexities and difficulties of a proper and successful criminal investigation. Discussions on investigative procedures, detailed figures, and real-life examples are included to enhance the student’s learning and to demonstrate how to apply the techniques and tools of the trade. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-4539-7 • Express PDF • © 2013

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An Introduction to Crime Scene Investigation

Computer Forensics

Aric W. Dutelle, University of WisconsinPlatteville

Marie-Helen Maras, Farmingdale State College, SUNY

An Introduction to Crime Scene Investigation serves to eliminate warped impressions and to clearly identify and accurately explain the crime scene investigative process, components, methods, and procedures. This comprehensive introductory text exposes students to the dayto-day aspects of crime scene processing, and describes in detail the crime scene investigator responsibilities. The history related to crime scene investigation, theory, ethics, social impact, training, and educational issues are thoroughly explored as well.

Balancing technicality and legal analysis, this text 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 forensics 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. Significant and current computer forensics developments are examined, as well as the implications for a variety of fields including computer science, security, criminology, law, public policy and administration.

Key Features • Presents straightforward and scientifically supported procedures that explain how to accurately and efficiently document what has been left behind at the scene of a crime. • Effectively covers a variety of investigations such as burglary, homicide, sex crimes, drug cases, hazardous materials situations, arson, and more. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-6241-4 • 538 pages • © 2011 Additional Format: CourseSmart

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Cybercriminals, Laws, and Evidence

Key Features • Covers a variety of cybercrimes including online scams, identity theft, cyberbullying, cyberterrorism and child pornography • Provides comprehensive coverage of civil, criminal and corporate investigations and the legal issues that arise with such investigations ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-0072-3 • Paperback 372 pages • © 2012 • Additional Format: CourseSmart

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Death Investigations James M. Adcock, Clayton State University Steve Chancellor, Supervisory Special Agent and Assistant Operations Officer, US Army CID

Death Investigations is the first installment of the new Jones & Bartlett Learning Guides to Law Enforcement Investigation series and presents the specific functions and processes necessary to accurately assess and document cases involving a death. It is critical for students preparing for a career in law enforcement and investigation to have a complete understanding of all death types (homicides, suicide, accident, natural, and undetermined), not simply homicides. Without delving too deep into the forensics or medico-legal aspects of death, this resource provides students with the information necessary to accurately resolve the cases involving a death assigned to them as police officers and law enforcement personnel. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-2674-7 • Paperback • 342 pages • © 2013 Learn More at: go.jblearning.com/Adcock

Homicide Investigation Richard M. Hough, University of West Florida Kimberly M. Tatum, University of West Florida

Combining the scholarly study of homicide with the practical aspects of homicide investigations, this text examines the specific investigative procedures of homicides and suspicious deaths including, confrontational homicide, intimate partner homicide, and extraordinary homicide including rare and sensational types of homicide. It addresses the structure and function of homicide units and the interactions that investigators have with various other players including media, Medical Examiners (MEs), crime scene technicians, prosecutors, and more. Additionally, it provides examples and highlights of investigative practices from the major homicide divisions of the police departments in cities where the greatest number of murders occur. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496- 3958-7• Paperback • 375 pages • © 2013

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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, this resource outlines the basic responsibilities of the first responders and highlights specific demands for investigators and prosecutors while addressing the nuances when dealing with specific types of offenders. Part of the Jones & Bartlett Learning Guides to Law Enforcement Investigation series, this book will help future law enforcement professionals better understand their role when investigating 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 • 250 pages • © 2013 Learn More at: go.jblearning.com/Chancellor

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Serial Offenders 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 Additional Format: CourseSmart 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

This 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. This 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 Additional Format: CourseSmart

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Fundamentals of Crime Mapping Principles and Practice Rebecca Paynich, Curry College Bryan Hill, Crime Analyst, Glendale Police Department, Arizona

This accessible text walks students through the research, theories, and history of GIS in law enforcement. It explains the day-to-day practical application of crime analysis for mapping. Factual data from real crime analysis is included to reflect actual crime patterns, trends, series, and what an officer or analyst can expect to see when he or she sits down to analyze and apply concepts learned. Special topics discussed include: an up-to-date discussion of the current crime trends in rural and urban areas, the major ecological theories of crime, the notion of geographic profiling, empirical research using crime mapping tools, basic mapping terminology, and more. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5575-1 Paperback • 552 Pages • © 2010 Additional Format: CourseSmart

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Edition

Criminal Interrogation and Confessions Fifth Edition

Fred E. Inbau, John E. Reid, Joseph P. Buckley, and 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. This 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 student.

Contents Part 1 Preliminary Considerations

Key Features • The text contains updated photographs throughout to illustrate behavior symptoms; the proper room setting and positioning; as well as the placement of electronic recording equipment. • Chapter 9 (Behavior Symptom Analysis) contains new research that has been conducted on the efficacy of behavior symptom analysis. • Chapters 7 through 12 discuss in detail how to build the investigative interview, including the proper use of both investigative and behavior provoking questions. • Chapter 15 (Distinguishing between True and False Confessions) has been updated to include new cases throughout and contains two new sections. • Chapter 17 discusses all of the legal issues related to interrogation and confession law, including Miranda, the meaning of custody, the use of threats and/or promises, the use of deception, and confession voluntariness. The chapter contains updated legal references including 2011 court decisions. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-9936-6 • Paperback • 472 pages © 2013 • Additional Format: CourseSmart

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Chapter 1 Distinctions between Interviews and Interrogations Chapter 2 Obtaining and Evaluating Factual Information Chapter 3 Case Solution Possibilities Chapter 4 Initial Precautionary Measures for the Protections of the Innocent Chapter 5 Privacy and the Interview Room Chapter 6 Qualifications, Attitude, and General Conduct of the Investigator Part 2 Interviewing Techniques

Chapter 7 Preparation and Starting the Interview Chapter 8 Formulating Interview Questions Chapter 9 Behavior Symptom Analysis Chapter 10 Precautions when Evaluating Behavior Symptoms of Truthful and Untruthful Subjects Chapter 11 The Behavior Analysis Interview Chapter 12 The Use of Specialized Questioning Techniques Part 3 Interrogation Techniques

Chapter 13 The Reid Nine Steps of Interrogation Chapter 14 Recommendations for Interrogators Chapter 15 Distinguishing between True and False Confessions Chapter 16 Testifying on a Confession Chapter 17 Interrogation Law

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CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION

Investigative Interviewing and Interrogation

Interviewing in Criminal Justice

John Blair, Texas State University, San Marcos

Victims, Witnesses, Clients, and Suspects

This text addresses the three critical issues of interviewing and interrogating; how to gather information from people; how to assess the credibility of the information that is collected; and how to encourage resistant sources to share the information that they possess. Investigative Interviewing and Interrogation distils the existing research on investigative interviewing into a small number of easily understood principles. After the relevant principle is introduced, it shows the reader how to utilize that principle, providing applicable examples. This principles approach enables the reader to be creative in applying the discussed principles using his/her best judgement while conducting an interview or interrogation. The intent is not to force a system on the reader; rather, it is to provide the reader with ideas which may improve his/her interviewing skills. Videos of actual police interviews that support the principles discussed will be available to adopting institutions. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-3410-0 • Paperback 250 pages • © 2013

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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.

Key Features • Provides the most up-to-date research on investigative discourse, use of polygraph, issues surrounding nonverbal communication, and detection of deception. • Full of academically grounded information and real-life examples and techniques. • Teaches critical skills for policing, assessing client needs, interviewing victims or disputants, and more. • The authors have more than 60 years of combined experience gathering information as a detective, researcher, investigative reporter and private investigator, and teaching interviewing. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-6643-6 • Paperback • 312 Pages © 2011 • Additional Format: CourseSmart Learn More at: go.jblearning.com/Lord

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CRIMINALISTICS & FORENSIC SCIENCE

Criminalistics Forensic Science, Crime, and Terrorism Second Edition James E. Girard, American University

This text introduces students with no background in biology or chemistry, to the study of forensic science, crime analysis, and application. Principle topics such as fingerprint identification, DNA, paint and glass analysis, drug toxicology, and forensic soil characterization are thoroughly explained in a reader-friendly manner. Unlike other texts available on this topic, this Second Edition is updated to include comprehensive coverage on important homeland security issues including explosives, weapons of mass destruction, and cybercrime. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-7731-9 • Hardcover • 520 Pages • © 2011 Additional Format: CourseSmart

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Companion Resources

Laboratory Manual for Criminalistics and Forensic Science Sherry T. Brown, York College of Pennsylvania

This digital lab manual introduces students to the laboratory aspect of crime evidence analysis, such as hairs, fibers, paint, fingerprints, bite marks, and more. It contains 22 labs that have been classroom tested and student reviewed, to ensure they successfully assist students in demonstrating the laboratory analysis of forensic evidence. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-1800-1 • Express PDF • © 2011 Learn More at: go.jblearning.com/BrownLab

Basic Laboratory Manual for Forensic Science Ann Wolbert Burgess Georgia Pasqualone Michael Piatelli All from Boston College

This unique digital lab manual is designed to be used in any setting, without the required use of sophisticated lab equipment. Each of the 15 labs features laboratory objectives, exercises, crime scene cases studies, critical thinking write-up sections, and suggested laboratory materials equipment. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-4872-5 • Express PDF • © 2012 Learn More at: go.jblearning.com/BurgessLab

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CRIMINOLOGY

Criminology

Theory, Research, and Policy, Third Edition Gennaro F. Vito, University of Louisville Jeffrey R. Maahs, University of Minnesota-Duluth The best-selling Criminology: Theory, Research, and Policy, 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. The authors use 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. They make real-world connections between these three elements of crime prevention that often puzzle students.

Key Features

Contents

• New Cybercrime chapter provides cuttingedge information on the illegal use of computers and the internet • New chapter dedicated to Terrorism • Includes discussion of elder abuse/crimes and human trafficking • Provides new information on White-collar crime • New updated case-studies to reflect relevant crime typologies

Companion Website For Students • Animated Flashcards • Interactive Glossary • Crossword Puzzles • Practice Quizzes • Matching • Fill-in-the-Blank

1. Crime and Criminology 2. The Incidence of Crime 3. Neoclassical Criminology 4. Biology and Crime 5. Psychology and Crime 6. Social Structure and Crime 7. Social Process and Crime 8. Social Conflict and Crime 9. Developmental Criminology 10. Crimes of Violence 11. Property and Public Order Crimes 12. Cybercrime 13. Terrorism 14. Drugs and Crime 15. Crimes of the Powerful: Organized and White Collar

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Victimology Theories and Applications Second Edition Ann Wolbert Burgess, Boston College Cheryl Regehr, University of Toronto Albert R. Roberts

Thoroughly revised and updated, this 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. Each chapter provides a typology of the offender to analyze motivation. 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.

Key Features • New chapter includes discussions on domestic and international databases and studies, including UCR, NCVS, StatsCan, Justice Canada, Interpol, and WHO reports on victimization • Includes an analysis on the Casey Anthony case from the perspective of the jury in the chapter on justice systems. • Includes a new chapter on child abduction and exploitation including a discussion of child trafficking.

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. Interdisciplinary in its approach, the text is written for courses within a criminal justice or sociology curriculum. Co-Editor and author, David Mackey 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. The subsequent order of the chapters parallels the medical model of crime prevention moving from primary crime prevention, secondary crime prevention, and tertiary crime prevention efforts. 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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Managing Sex Offenders Theory, Practice, and Laws LiYing Li, Metropolitan State College of Denver Jeffrey E. Nash, University of Arkansas, Little Rock

This text is divided into three parts. Part I (Understanding Sex Offenders and Sex Offenses) provides an overview of offenders, offenses, and societal responses to give the reader a foundational understanding of the subject. This section also discusses the typology of sex offenders and covers the political and legislative issues involved. Part II (Assessing and Treating Sex Offenders) examines the different assessment tools and treatment programs that are currently available and discusses their effectiveness. The final part (Legislating Sex Offenders and Sex Offenses) discusses the rapidly changing laws and policies currently in place as well as future laws and policies on the horizon. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-1166-8 • Paperback • 250 pages • © 2014

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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 new Second Edition is a collection of original scholarship from an international collection of applied and academic criminologists. It 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 Additional Format: CourseSmart

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

This text explores criminal and anti-social behavior by examining important factors occurring at each stage of life. This collection of cuttingedge scholarship comprehensively covers life-course antisocial behavior ranging from prenatal factors, to childhood examples of disruptive behavior, delinquency, and adult crime. It focuses on diverse topics including conduct disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, ADHD, and an array of factors relating to adult criminal careers. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-7136-2 • Paperback • 282 pages • © 2011 Additional Format: CourseSmart, Kindle

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COURTS, LAW, AND PROCEDURE NEW

NEW

Edition

Criminal Procedure

Criminal Procedure Law

A Contemporary Perspective Third Edition

Police Issues and the Supreme Court

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

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

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 copy is packaged with full student access to the student companion website. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-5234-0 • Paperback with Access Code • 676 pages • © 2013

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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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Capital Punishment in America A Balanced Examination, Second Edition Evan J. Mandery, John Jay College

This 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 Additional Format: CourseSmart Learn More at: go.jblearning.com/Mandery

The American Courts A Procedural Approach Jeffrey A. Jenkins, Roger Williams University

The American Courts: A Procedural Approach, offers students a thorough understanding of the United States court system by exploring the procedural aspects of the law. The rules of both criminal and civil procedure, how they are applied, and their influence on decision making in the courts are thoroughly examined. This text is ideal for undergraduate and introductory graduate courses in criminal justice, legal studies, and government programs. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5528-7 • Hardcover • 338 pages • © 2011 Additional Format: CourseSmart

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Understanding the Constitution Constantinos E. Scaros

Although the constitution was created in 1787, its historical importance and value continue to significantly impact lives every day. Understanding the Constitution brings students to an understanding and appreciation of the United States constitution, its significance in the daily lives of individuals, and the hotly-debated topics that are relevant today. Assuming no previous knowledge about law, this is an ideal readerfriendly introduction to constitutional law. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5811-0 • Hardcover • 484 pages • © 2011 Additional Format: CourseSmart

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CRIMINAL JUSTICE POLICY

Drugs and Alcohol in the 21st Century

U.S. Criminal Justice Policy

Theory, Behavior, and Policy

Karim Ismaili, Kennesaw State University

Dwight Vick, West Texas A&M University

This current 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.

This new eBook examines the collective response to addictive behaviors in America, and its influence on the creation and implementation of national policy in the 20th and 21st century. A close look is given to America’s response to five drugs with ambiguous political histories – alcohol, cocaine, hallucinogens, marijuana, and opiates. The physical and psychological conditions that contribute to addictive behaviors are explored, as well as how those conditions impact individuals, families and communities. Responses from politicians, the alcohol and drug industry, citizens groups, and bureaucracies including law enforcement, public health, schools and colleges are discussed.

Key Features • Introduces a new policy process model, as well as a comparison of the three major policy options – criminalization, legalization, and harm reduction – for an in-depth analysis of effective solution methods. • Supported by chapter case studies, allowing readers to apply the theoretical, psychological, sociological, and political issues discussed to these real-life situations. • Contains a section on the philosophy of substance abuse for thought-provoking contemplation or discussion. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-7488-2 • eBook • 400 pages © 2011 • Available Through CourseSmart

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A Contemporary Reader

Key Features • Brings a policy focus to a wide range of pressing issues in policing, courts, corrections and juvenile justice. • Explores topical policy issues including immigration, technology, financial regulation, human trafficking, and public health. • Provides a unique examination of “policy” (e.g., as an expression of general purpose or desired state of affairs; as specific proposals; as decisions and/or non-decisions of government; as formal authorizations; as programs; as legislation; as outputs; as outcomes; as theory, etc.). ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-4129-7 • Paperback • 370 Pages • © 2011 • Additional Format: CourseSmart

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RESEARCH METHODS AND STATISTICS NEW

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 accessible text presents the fundamentals of statistics in a clear and simplified format. It addresses all of the basics of statistical analysis while still providing the student with the larger view of statistics. The authors focus on calculating the basic formulas yet preserve enough advanced material to prepare the student for further study. The book 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.

Key Features • Provides a clear and accessible introduction to statistics for courses in criminology, criminal justice, sociology, and related social sciences. • Formulas are demonstrated in Excel and SPSS. • Contains key terms, equation summaries, exercises, end-of-chapter references, suggested readings, and an equation glossary. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-4922-7 • Paperback with Access Code • 238 pages • © 2013

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 of Statistics in Criminology and Criminal Justice: Analysis and Interpretation provides criminal justice students with a firm knowledge base in the theory and application of statistical analysis. A great introduction to the theory and practice of statistics, the Fourth Edition focuses on data collection, knowing which statistics to use with what data, how to interpret output of SPSS, explanations and demonstrations of statistical procedures, why procedures give the results they do, how to interpret the output of statistical analyses, and more. Chapters have been updated to include new information on statistical output, revised data files, additional data sets, and extensive use of flowcharts to increase students’ confidence in analyzing and conducting statistical research. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-1630-4 • Paperback with Access Code • 500 pages • © 2013

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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, Western Carolina University

Criminology and Criminal Justice Theory, Research, Methods, and Statistics Sean Maddan, University of Tampa Jeffery T. Walker, University of Arkansas

This 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.

This eBook helps students understand the integrated relationship between theory, research, and statistics in the field of Criminal Justice. Each chapter pertains to a particular criminological theory, relevant qualitative and quantitative research methodologies, and various statistical techniques used to analyze data. This text illustrates how theory, methods, and statistics play an active role in ensuing careers in law enforcement, corrections, law, and more.

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-7732-6 • Paperback • 246 pages • © 2012 • Additional Format: CourseSmart

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-7139-3 • eBook 120 pages • © 2011 Additional format: CourseSmart

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Write & Wrong Writing Within Criminal Justice, Student Workbook and Instructor Manual Caroline W. Ferree and Heather L. Pfeifer, both of University of Baltimore

See page 9 for more information on this interactive student workbook and instructor’s manual. Student Workbook ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-2681-5 Paperback/Spiral • 150 pages • © 2013

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SPECIAL TOPICS

Understanding Organized Crime Second Edition Stephen J. Mallory, The University of Mississippi

This 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.

Key Features • A new chapter, The Nexus of Transnational Organized Crime and Terrorism, addresses the increasing connections between terrorist groups and transnational organized crime. • Additional and updated information is now included in the chapters on the Russian Mafia, the Italian-American Mafia, the Yakuza, and Outlaw Bikers. • Every new copy includes an access code to the companion website featuring a variety of interactive study tools designed specifically to accompany this text.

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

By the year 2030, there will be more people over 65 than under 14. Elder victimization has become a hot topic as “home invasions” targeting the elderly has become a major problem for law enforcement. Elder Crimes, Elder Justice educates readers on both the criminal victimization of the elderly population and on the older adult as 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 you, for the older person, and for the community. Topics include crime and the older adult; the criminal victimization of older adults; communicating with and interviewing the elderly crime victim; crime specific issues facing the older population; and the older adult as perpetrator. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-2859-5• Paperback 125 pages • © 2014 Learn More at: go.jblearning.com/Snyder

ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-4804-6 • Paperback with Access Code • 306 pages • © 2012

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The CSI Effect

Myths and Realities of Crime and Justice

Dennis J. Stevens, University of North Carolina - Charlotte, Belmont Abbey College

What Every American Should Know

This book illustrates how media coverage and television programs influence the public’s perception of criminal justice. It explores common misconceptions and their consequences, providing readers with the ability to critically analyze information promoted by the media and entertainment. Comprehensive and balanced coverage of timely events in crime scene investigation, prosecutorial discretion, and wrongful convictions are also provided.

Steven J. Barkan, University of Maine George J. Bryjak

Media and Criminal Justice

Key Features • Current real-world examples provide reliable documented information and data, to help readers reach informed decisions about important issues. • Discusses principle theories and scholarly research of criminal justice procedures, and how they can be applied to new present circumstances and experiences. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5531-7 • Paperback 380 pages • © 2011 Additional Format: CourseSmart, Kindle

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The American public’s perception of crime is out of line with crime reality. One consequence of such misinformation on the prevalence of violent crime is that many people are more afraid of being the victim of a violent crime than they realistically should be. Myths and Realities of Crime and Justice: What Every American Should Know provides readers with an accurate and up-to-date picture of crime and justice in America. It presents many recent findings from criminologists and criminal justice practitioners and debunks common misconceptions. 1. What No One is Telling You about Crime and Justice; 2. The Crime Problem; 3. How Much Crime is there and Who Commits It?; 4. Robbers, Rapists, and Serial Killers: violent Crime in America; 5. Hookers, Dopers, and Corporate Crooks: Economic, Exploitive, and Consensual Crime; 6. Victims and Victimization: Will You Be Next?; 7. Crime and Criminal Law: Order, Liberty, and Justice for All?; 8. Why They break the Law. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5574-4 • Paperback 367 pages • © 2009 Learn More at: go.jblearning.com/BarknMyths

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POLICING AND LAW ENFORCEMENT NEW

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Law Enforcement and Justice Administration

Law Enforcement in the United States

Strategies for the 21st Century Second Edition

Third Edition

Clyde L. Cronkhite, Western Illinois University

Thoroughly updated and revised, this 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, Clientoriented 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.

Key Features • Now available in paperback! • Contains new Current Status sections at the conclusion of chapters in Parts II and III summarizing the latest trends discussed. • A compendium listing all terms and concepts is included at the end of the text for easy reference. • Every new copy is packaged with full student access to unlock the variety of interactive study tools on the student companion website. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-5516-7 • Paperback with Access Code • 500 pages • © 2013

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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.

Key Features • Contains a new chapter on socialization, advancement, and professionalism, and includes discussions on ethics and misconduct. • Includes updated discussions on “Technology in Law Enforcement”. • A new chapter with emphasis on law enforcement’s role in national security, homeland security, and protecting private assets has been added to reflect the latest events. • Provides an updated and expanded chapter on management issues. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-9938-0 • Paperback 488 pages • © 2013

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POLICING AND LAW ENFORCEMENT

Policing Issues

Ethics in Policing

Challenges and Controversies

Misconduct and Integrity

Jeffrey Ian Ross, University of Baltimore

Julie Raines, Northern Kentucky University

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. This text is ideal for those considering or training for a career in policing, or those currently working as police/ law enforcement officers.

This book highlights the need for empirical research to explain why some officers commit unethical acts and what might prompt other officers to report such examples of misconduct. This text offers an explanation of theories behind officer misconduct coupled with practical advice for law enforcement officials regarding how to foster ethical behavior while discouraging misconduct.

Key Features • Provides a brief background and historical overview of each challenge, and then delves deeper into topics not sufficiently covered in introductory policing texts. (e.g., police use of excessive force, police corruption, technology). • Integrates current events (e.g., terrorism, CompStat, zero tolerance policing, evidence based policing) in both policing and wider American society that can affect the practice of policing. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-7138-6 • Paperback • 338 pages • © 2012 • Additional Format: CourseSmart

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Key Features • Uses descriptive statistics and regression models to explore an officer’s willingness to report misconduct as it is influenced by attitudes, as well as the nature of police misconduct. • Explores relevant literature in administrative ethics, social deviance theory, organizational culture, and streetlevel bureaucrats to help students better understand what officers face in their day to-day interactions with citizens. • Presents correlation, regression, and structural equation modeling to give the student and instructor an opportunity to discuss the difference between strength of relationships and predictability. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5530-0 • Paperback • 233 Pages • © 2010 • Additional Format: CourseSmart

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An Introduction to American Policing Dennis J. Stevens, University of North CarolinaCharlotte, Belmont Abbey College

An Introduction to American Policing demonstrates the quest to maintain both public safety and freedom by providing a balanced yet critical investigation of police history and theory. It connects criminal justice, criminology, and law enforcement knowledge to the progress of the police community. Case studies, narratives from violators, and current research coverage help students recognize the central theories and practical (documented realities of American law enforcement.

Key Features • Discusses how officers balance policing in today’s complex world and with their lives at home with loved ones • Promotes “evidence policing” concepts (scientific methods of discovery) linked to policing policy • Each chapter includes learning objectives, key terms, introductions and summaries, discussion questions, and case studies about real-life application ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-4893-7 • Paperback 610 Pages • © 2009

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Private Security in the 21st Century Concepts and Applications Edward J. Maggio, New York Institute of Technology

This book informs students about the history of private security and provides new information for educating and training private security personnel in the beginning stages of their careers. It covers a wide variety of private security jobs in the private security field, and includes step-by-step “How to” sections for students, private security personnel, and law enforcement personnel. This text not only provides the background information that a security person should know, it also describes the basic operational procedures.

Contents 1. Historical Development—Private Security: Past to Present; 2. Private Security Employment Positions; 3. Entry Level Business Techniques and Information; 4. Private Security Guarding and Protection Skills; 5. Advanced Business Security Issues; 6. Economic and Financial Security Issues for Private Security Personnel; 7. Current Private Security Threats: Issues and Information; 8. School Security Issues and Techniques; 9. Future Security Trends: Issues and Information ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5190-6 • Paperback • 374 Pages • © 2009 Additional Format: ExpressPDF

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COMPARATIVE CRIMINAL CATEGORY JUSTICE AND TERRORISM

Comparative Criminal Justice Systems Shahid Shahidullah

With the progress of modernization and globalization, some of the institutional features of modern criminal justice systems are expanding in the countries of the non-West. The progress of modernization, however, is creating many cultural debates and disputes with respect to the definition of crime and criminal law, the rights of criminal offenders, the process of trial and adjudications, the nature of punishment, and transparency and accountability in the delivery of justices. Written for the undergraduate comparative criminal justice course, this text combines theoretical and methodological issues of comparison with historical and cultural analysis of crime and criminal justice in disparate groups of countries and regions. ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-0425-7 • Paperback • 425 Pages • © 2013

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Counterterrorism Marie-Helen Maras, Farmingdale State College, SUNY

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 • 400 Pages • © 2013

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Terrorism in America Kevin Borgeson, Salem State College Robin Valeri, Bonaventura University

Since the events of September 11, 2001, research has had a tendency to focus specifically on international terrorism, overlooking the depth of terrorism on both sides. Terrorism in America looks at issues of both domestic and international terrorism in the United States Using existing FBI data and ethnographic data, this book compares and contrasts domestic sources of terrorism in the U.S. to those in other countries, while also discussing efforts by domestic terrorists to form alliances with foreign groups. Based on data from interviews, students will learn about the fundamental beliefs and motivations of terrorist groups. The book provides a history of counterterrorism in the U.S., as well as research regarding fear of terrorism and its impact on individuals and the nation as a whole. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5524-9 • Paperback • 166 Pages • © 2009 Additional Format: CourseSmart, Kindle

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Jones & Bartlett Learning Crime Types Series Heith Copes, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Series Editor The Jones & Bartlett Learning Crime Types Series is designed for undergraduate and graduate-level Criminology and Criminal Justice courses. Each title in the series is devoted to a specific form of crime, such as identity theft, homicide, cybercrime, drug crimes, among others. Written by top scholars in the field, this series will provide a convenient resource for those researching a type of offense or offender and will be much more comprehensive, efficient and effective than book chapters or encyclopedia entries. This series will enhance education for Criminology and Criminal Justice students and researchers, provide useful information for instructors and professors teaching these topics, and will help policy makers develop effective policy. Each title in the series will include PowerPoint Lecture Outlines. Please contact us if you are interested in authoring a title in this series.

Jones & Bartlett Learning Guides to Law Enforcement Investigation Series James M. Adcock, The Center for the Resolution of Unsolved Crimes, Series Editor The Jones & Bartlett Learning Guides to Law Enforcement Investigation Series is designed for undergraduate and graduate-level Criminal Investigation courses and provides comprehensive and detailed information for instructors teaching the specialized topics. Crimes vary greatly by type, and each crime category demands unique and specialized skills. The books in this series present the fundamental and necessary steps to accurately conduct an investigation specific to the crime type, such as sexual assault, child abduction, homicide, among others. Authored by leading educators and professionals, this series delivers comprehensive information on all aspects of criminal investigation related to the various types of crime and aims to educate and prepare students for careers in law enforcement, as well as reduce the number of wrongful convictions. Each title in the series will include PowerPoint Lecture Outlines. Please contact us if you are interested in authoring a title in this series.

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Death Investigations

James M. Adcock, Clayton State University, The Center for the Resolution of Unsolved Crimes

Investigating Sexual Assault Cases

Steve Chancellor , Supervisory Special Agent and Assistant Operations Officer, US Army CID

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