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Publication Date: 2007
Publisher: Pearson Education
Grant, Heath J., Terry, Karen J.
Law Enforcement in the 21st Century Second Edition Heath B. Grant (John Jay College of Criminal Justice) Karen J. Terry (John Jay College of Criminal Justice) This text is the first book to examine the "linkage blindness" in the criminal justice system (the lack of connection between theories of policing and what actually happens in police departments), making linkages between theory and police practice through problem-solving and crime mapping applications. New to This Edition: Complete overview of local, state, and federal law enforcement organizations, including a detailed explanation of the governmental reorganization post--September 11 "NEW" chapter on technology and its role in law enforcement, emphasizing the influence of technology on modern day policing practices, the importance of this technology, and how such technological advances assist the police in both prevention and control Reorganization of chapters for a more comprehensive understanding of legal issues that relate to the police Expansion on the discussion of use of forceGrant, Heath J. is the author of 'Law Enforcement in the 21st Century', published 2007 under ISBN 9780205542970 and ISBN 0205542972.
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