Criminal Investigation: Essays, Readings and Cases / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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Table of Contents
1. The State of the Art: Criminal Investigation Enters the 1990s, James Gilbert, Radford University.
2. Small Town and Rural Investigations, Vic Sims, Lamar University.
3. Case Study. The Cocaine-Crack Explosion: Investigative Solutions, James Gilbert.
4. Marijuana as a Cash Crop: Drugs and Crime on the Farm, Ralph Weisheit, Illinois State University.
5. Case Study. Constitutional Limitations on Investigative Police Practices in the Post-Burger Court Era, Jack Call, Radford University.
6. Miranda: Twenty Years of Clarification, George Watson, Chardon State College.
7. The Child Abuse Phenomenon, James Gilbert.
8. Child Abuse Investigation, Howard Tritt, Kent State University.
9. Reflections of Undercover Street Experiences, James Ness and Ellyn Ness, Southern Illinois University.
10. Informant is a Dirty Word, Robert Reinertsen and Robert Bronson, Western Illinois University.
11. Case Study. Public Administration Theory and the Study of Criminal Investigation, David Jones, University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh.
12. The Management of Criminal Investigations, James Farris, California State University, Fullerton.
13. Criminal Investigation and the Classical Application of Ethics, Peter Longo, Kearney State College.
14. Case Study. White Collar Investigation, James Lovelace, Federal Bureau of Investigations.
15. Ten Commonly Held Fallacies Relating to Investigations of Unattended Deaths, Robert Reinertson, Western Illinois University.
16. The Investigative Challenge of the Serial Killing, Steven Egger, Sangamon State University.
17. Case Study. The Role of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysis in Criminal Investigations, David Carter, Michigan State University.
18. The Criminal Investigator Prepares for Court, Sidney Snellenburg, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
19. Futures Research: Implications for Criminal Investigations, William Tafoya, Federal Bureau of Investigations.