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Criminal Investigation, 9th Edition stresses practical procedures, techniques, and applications of private and public investigations to provide students with a solid foundation in criminal investigation. Criminal Investigation, 9th Edition features updated, enhanced coverage of such important topics as terrorism and homeland security, cybercrime, forensics and physical evidence, federal law enforcement investigations, report writing, crimes against children, photography and sketching, preparing and presenting cases in court, and identity theft. Criminal Investigation, 9th Edition includes a carefully structured learning system, checklists, and visuals to make learning easy.
Table of Contents
|Criminal Investigation: An Overview|
|Basic Investigative Responsibilities|
|Documenting the Crime Scene: Note Taking, Photographing and Sketching|
|Writing Effective Reports|
|Obtaining Information and Intelligence|
|Identifying and Arresting Suspects|
|Investigating Violent Crimes|
|Assault, Domestic Violence, Stalking and Elder Abuse|
|Crimes against Children|
|Investigating Crimes Against Property|
|Larceny/Theft, Fraud and White-Collar Crime|
|Motor Vehicle Theft|
|Arson, Bombs and Explosives|
|Other Challenges To The Criminal Investigator|
|A Dual Threat: Drug-Related Crime and Organized Crime|
|Criminal Activities of Gangs and Other Dangerous Groups|
|Terrorism and Homeland Security|
|Preparing for and Presenting Cases in Court|
|Checklist of Steps to Be Taken by First Responders to a Crime Scene|
|Washington, DC, Metropolitan Police Department Homicide Case Review Solvability Chart|
|Sudden In-Custody Death: An Investigator's Checklist|
|Death Scene Checklist|
|Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Cold Case Solvability Criteria|
|Bias Offense Report|
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