Criminal Investigation: Basic Perspectives
Together, the authors of Criminal Investigation: Basic Perspectives have in excess of fifty years of law enforcement experience with a variety of agencies such as the United States Postal Inspection Service, the United States Marshal's Service, the Sacramento Sheriff's Department, the New York Police Department and the California State Police. From this perspective the authors have written a well-balanced, comprehensive text on criminal investigation.
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activity arrest arson assault autopsy basic leads bullet burglar CHAPTER REVIEW Discussion child child sexual abuse circumstances collected committed continuing investigation crime scene criminal homicide criminal investigation criminalistics death defense detection develop drugs examination facts fingerprints fire scene forcible rape fraud hypnosis identify identity indicate injuries inquiry interrogation interview investigator's involved items of evidence Jerry King laboratory Law Enforcement Library Assignment lineup major marked Miranda warning modus operandi motive murder narcotics national crime syndicate objects offender operations organized crime perpetrator person photographs physical evidence police agencies police investigators polygraph preliminary investigation preparation prior procedures prosecution prosecutor rapist records requires responsibility REVIEW Discussion Questions robbery search warrant SELECTED REFERENCES sexual sketch stolen property surveillance suspect suspicious swindler technique terrorists testimony theft tion traces trial triers-of-fact U.S. Supreme Court usually vehicle victim weapon witness Workbook Project