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Criminal Investigation:Basic Perspectives 8th ed

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ISBN13: 9780130840400
ISBN: 0130840408
Published: April 1999
Publisher: Pearson Education Ltd
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



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Contents:
I. INTRODUCTION.
1. The Criminal Investigation Function of Police. Case Study: Fair Trial.
2. Ethical Awareness. Case Study: The Special Crime Squad. II. ELEMENTS OF INVESTIGATION.
3. The Crime-Scene Search. Case Study: Burglary, The Crime Scene.
4. Recording the Crime Scene. Case Study: The Lucky Market Case.
5. Collection and Preservation of Physical Evidence. Case Study: Incredible Evidence.
6. Laboratory and Technical Services. Case Study: FBI Forensic Lab.
7. Basic Investigative Leads. Case Study: The Shugars and Smith Case.
8. Locating Witnesses. Case Study: The Brown Case.
9. Interviewing Witnesses and Interrogating Suspects. Case Study: Interrogation, Robbery Suspect.
10. Snitches and Other Informants. Case Study: Death of Juvenile Snitch.
11. Discovering the Hidden and Unknown. Case Study: Accident or Murder.
12. Arresting the Accused Person. Case Study: Armed Robbery Arrest.
13. Case Preparation. Case Study: Double Murder-Ms. Wylie and Hoffert. III. INVESTIGATING MAJOR CRIMES.
14. Homicides and Assaults. Case Study: Autopsy Surgeon.
15. Forcible Rape. Case Study: Attempted Rape.
16. Abused, Sexually Exploited, and Missing Children. Case Study: Mother Kills 4-Year Old Daughter.
17. Robbery. Case Study: This Is a hold-up! 18. Arson and Bombings. Case Study: Motive for Arson.
19. Terrorist Activity. Case Study: Basic Lead in Langley/CIA Shooting.
20. Dangerous Drugs and Narcotics Cases. Case Study: Roles and Story Lines.
21. Theft. Case Study: The Year My Life Was Stolen.
22. Burglary. Case Study: Breaking and Entering-Rape.
23. Fraud: From Bunco to White-Collar Crime. Case Study: Delayed Discovery-Household Larceny.
24. Violent Crime and Kids with Guns. Case Study: Shooting at School, Jonesboro.
25. Organized Crime. Case Study: Sent For.
26. Threat Assessment. Case Study: In the Line of Fire.
27. The Investigators Role in Community-Oriented/Problem-Solving Policing. Case Study: Citizens on Patrol. APPENDICES. A. Case Briefs. B. Drugs. C. U.S. Department of Justice Bibliographic Citations. D. Street Terrorism and Prevention Act(STEP). E. Identity Theft: What to Do If It Happens to You. Glossary. Selected Bibliography. Index.