Criminal Investigation

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West, 1994 - Criminal investigation - 711 pages
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Covers established basic investigation policies, procedures, and techniques for the law enforcement officer. Professionalism and modern investigation tools are stressed throughout the text. The balance between theory and practice gives students the basics they need for a foundation in criminal investigation.

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The late Wayne W. Bennett graduated from the FBI National Police Academy, held an LLB degree in law, and served as the Director of Public Safety for the Edina, Minnesota, Police Department as well as Chief of Police of the Boulder City, Nevada, Police Department.

K?ren M. Hess, Ph.D, has written extensively in the field of law enforcement and conducts seminars on communications in law enforcement. She is a member of the English department at Normandale Community College as well as the president of the Institute for Professional Development. Dr. Hess is a graduate of the University of Minnesota, where she concentrated on educational psychology and instructional design.

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