McGraw-Hill, 1992 - Criminal investigation - 720 pages
This text combines research and practical step-by-step procedures, providing a logical framework for students. The text focuses on investigation as a systematic method of inquiry that relies heavily on science as well as human initiative and resourcefulness. This edition includes information on recent crime patterns and detection techniques and contains a new chapter on the future of criminal justice.
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