Managing criminal investigations: participant's handbook : executive training program in advanced criminal justice practices
Donald F. Cawley, National Institute of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice. Office of Technology Transfer, University Research Corporation
Dept. of Justice, Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, National Institute of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice, Office of Technology Transfer, 1977 - Law - 143 pages
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ADDRESS CHECKED PERSON AGENCY HAS DECIDED analysis BURGLARY CHECKED PERSON INTERVIEWED CLEARANCE conducted continuing investigation criminal investigation process CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION SYSTEM criminal justice described developed driving and restraining driving forces effectiveness Establish Evaluative criteria EVIDENCE TECHNICIAN Executive Training Program factors might account feedback Field Test FORCE FIELD ANALYSIS improve increased number initial investigation larcenies Management Decisions Monitoring Management Information System Managing Criminal Investigations Managing the Continuing MCI COMPONENT MCI Manual MCI system monitoring system National NILECJ OFFENSE on-scene arrest organizational problems OUTCOMES Management Decisions participants patrol officer Physical evidence planning task force police administrators police agency POLICE DEPARTMENT police managers POLICE/PROSECUTOR RELATIONS policies and procedures prosecution Prosecutor Interaction reported crime restraining forces REVIEW SCREENING SYSTEM SELF-ANALYSIS FORM Session Session Session solvability factors STANFORD RESEARCH INSTITUTE Summary of DAY supervisors SUSPECT SUSPECT SUSPECT SYSTEM AND OUTCOMES tintinue tion topic victim Workshops X IN BOX