Handbook of Criminal Justice Administration

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M.A. DuPont-Morales, Michael K. Hooper, Judy H. Schmidt
CRC Press, Sep 21, 2000 - Law - 520 pages
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This work addresses perspectives on the judicial, correctional and law enforcement components of the criminal justice system, including history, ethics, prevention, intervention, due process, marginalized populations, international consequences and demands for professionalism. It also examines critical variations in the criminal justice systems of countries worldwide.
 

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Contents

The Ethics of Criminal Justice Administration
1
Trends in Crime
17
A History of Criminological Thought Explanations for Crime and Delinquency
31
Comparative Criminal Justice
51
Community Policing Past Present and Future
69
Managing Criminal Investigation
95
Traffic Operations
123
Use of Force by Law Enforcement Officers
147
Alternatives to Incarceration
285
Prisoner Rights
303
Correctional Administration and Section 1983 Liability Issues
319
Jail Administration and Management
343
Publicized Executions and the Incidence of Homicide Methodological Sources of Inconsistent Findings
355
Victimology
371
Workplace Violence Prevention and Threat Assessment
385
Future Trends in Addressing and Preventing Domestic Violence The Role of Domestic Violence Coalitions
395

Civil Disorder and Policing
159
Criminal Law
167
Criminal Procedure
185
Criminal Trial Process
205
Evolution of Court Management
223
Evolution of the Correctional Process
249
Probation
269
Organized Crime
413
White Collar Crime
431
Terrorism and the American System of Criminal Justice
447
Environmental Crime and Justice
461
Technology in Criminal Justice Administration
473
Index
499
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