Written by an experienced author, professor, and past president of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Criminal Justice: Brief Edition addresses the fundamental issues of criminal justice in the United States. Jay Albanese uses the over-arching themes of violent crime and divergent interests to explain the links among the people, laws, agencies, and processes that comprise the criminal justice system. This brief edition is a perfect option for readers who enjoy the quality and range of options found in the big book, but want something more compact. Anyone interested in gaining a broad understanding of the criminal justice system.
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What Is Crime?
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