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Comprehensive Police Baton

Comprehensive Police Baton

Author: Us Federal Bureau of Investigation

Publisher:

ISBN: 0980727367

Category: Reference

Page: 108

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This manual was produced by the US Federal Bureau of Investigation in 1967. It was originally entitled 'Technique & Use of the Police Baton - A Handbook for Law Enforcement Officers.' It was serialised in three parts (July, August and September) in FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin magazine in 1968. It is a notable course in that, whilst compact, it is comprehensive and makes interesting use of the features of the old style police baton. The notes indicate a certain amount of practical experience has been used in its compilation.

An Introduction to Policing

An Introduction to Policing

Author: John S. Dempsey

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781305544680

Category: Social Science

Page: 624

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Introduce students to the challenges, excitement, and rewards of law enforcement today with Dempsey and Forst's AN INTRODUCTION TO POLICING, 8th Edition. Written by law enforcement veterans with extensive first-hand experience in all areas of policing, this engaging, comprehensive book blends practical information with pertinent theory. The authors examine today's most current issues and topics, including homeland security, recent terrorism incidents, the controversial Secure Communities Program by DHS, Specialized Policing Responses to individuals with mental illness, advances in policing technology, and more. Readers find the latest in academic and practitioner research as well as the most current applications, statistics, court cases, and information on law enforcement careers, all introduced through memorable learning features. The book also discusses small and rural departments while maintaining critical foundational coverage students need to fully understand who police are, what they do, and how they do it. Extensive examples from police departments throughout the nation and world as well as essays from respected law enforcement veterans offer insights into crucial law enforcement issues and challenges. AN INTRODUCTION TO POLICING is an essential read for anyone considering a career in law enforcement today. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Critical Issues in Criminal Investigation

Critical Issues in Criminal Investigation

Author: Michael Palmiotto

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:49015001289686

Category: Social Science

Page: 274

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This anthology of 15 papers discusses general principles of criminal investigation and describes techniques for investigating and managing particular crime categories. Papers on general investigative principles discuss investigative ethics, computers and their effects on investigative procedures, crime pattern analysis, investigative models, a model for police intelligence units, and the interpretation of information from electronic surveillance. Other papers describe the techniques, procedures, and coordination of investigations of particular crime types. Crime types encompass computer-related crimes involving small computer systems, major drug distribution cartels, arson, crimes related to the occult, missing children, child sexual molestation (pedophilia), sexual assault, terrorist activity, and hostagetaking.

Criminalistics for the Law Enforcement Officer

Criminalistics for the Law Enforcement Officer

Author: Anthony L. Califana

Publisher: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill School Publishing Company

ISBN: PSU:000029525577

Category: Social Science

Page: 362

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This introductory text is directed toward police officers or other students of criminalistics; it describes all essential phases of forensic science. Mainly from a practical point of view, the book focuses upon the major areas in which the techniques if criminalistics contribute to the identification and apprehension of criminals, such as document examination, fingerprints, hair, blood, drugs, photography, and firearms investigation. The preservation and care of evidence is the first major consideration in a criminal investigation. Students are taught how to secure and protect the crime scene; photograph or otherwise document the entire scene; locate, collect, and preserve pertinent evidence. The essentials of fingerprinting -- lifting the prints from different surfaces, taking a suspect's fingerprints, and identifying various fingerprint patterns -