Games criminals play: how you can profit by knowing them

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Rae John Publishing Company, 1981 - Social Science - 228 pages
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A bestseller for over two decades, this fascinating resource exposes how criminals try to control the behavior of correctional personnel--how to recognize, prevent, and stop manipulation. Learn how inmates observe and select victims. Also, see how they gain their confidence and sympathy and make demands.

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A book suggested to me by my father who spent 29 years in Corrections--it's an interesting look into the mind of a criminal and how they seek to compromise the people who work in Corrections. It's also just a disturbing psychological study that views how people manipulate one and other. Read full review

Review: Games Criminals Play: How You Can Profit by Knowing Them

User Review  - Bre - Goodreads

A book suggested to me by my father who spent 29 years in Corrections--it's an interesting look into the mind of a criminal and how they seek to compromise the people who work in Corrections. It's also just a disturbing psychological study that views how people manipulate one and other. Read full review

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The SetUp
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