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

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Invaluable for any prison worker. This book is great reinforcement for how to deal with inmates who attempt to compromise and manipulate prison employees. As others have noted, the language is old ... Read full review

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

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I had to read this book for my new job. Although it was very interesting to see the types of things people think they can get away with, the writing was juvenile and outdated (read: sexist). This book does still have real-world applications, but I think it could use an update. Read full review

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Definitions and Terms
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The SetUp
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Downing a Duck
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Copyright

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