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Handbook of criminal justice administration /

Other Authors: DuPont-Morales, M. A., Hooper, Michael., Schmidt, Judy H.
Format: Book
Language: English
Published: New York : Marcel Dekker, 2001
Series: Public administration and public policy ; 84
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Table of Contents:
  • The ethics of criminal justice administration / Laura B. Myers
  • Trends in crime / Neal Slone
  • A history of criminological thought : explanations for crime and delinquency / Barbara Sims
  • Comparative criminal justice / Mathieu Deflem and Amanda J. Swygart
  • Community policing : past, present, and future / W.T. Jordan and Mary Ann Zager
  • Managing criminal investigation / Brian Forst
  • Traffic operations / Michael E. Donahue and Don A. Josi
  • Use of force by law enforcement officers / Greg Meyer
  • Civil disorder and policing / Michael K. Hooper
  • Criminal law / Craig Hemmens
  • Criminal procedure / Craig Hemmens
  • Criminal trial process / Janice Schuetz
  • Evolution of court management / Kevin Lee Derr
  • Evolution of the correctional process / Peter M. Wickman and Korni Swaroop Kumar
  • Probation / Tammy A. King
  • Alternatives to incarceration / Rachel Porter
  • Prisoner rights / Katherine J. Bennett and Craig Hemmens
  • Correctional administration and Section 1983 liability issues / Darrell L. Ross
  • Jail administration and management / Kenneth E. Kerle
  • Publicized executions and the incidence of homicide : methodological sources of inconsistent findings / Steven Stack
  • Victimology / M.A. DuPont-Morales
  • Workplace violence : prevention and threat assessment / Michael K. Hooper
  • Future trends in addressing and preventing domestic violence : the role of domestic violence coalitions / Bernadette T. Muscat
  • Organized crime / Jeffrey P. Rush and Gregory P. Orvis
  • White collar crime / Richard A. Ball
  • Terrorism and the American system of criminal justice / Brent L. Smith, Kelly R. Damphousse, and Amy Karlson
  • Environmental crime and justice / Nanci Koser Wilson
  • Technology in criminal justice administration / Valeria Coleman.