The manner in which criminal investigators are trained is neither uniform nor consistent, ranging from sophisticated training protocols in some departments to on-the-job experience alongside senior investigators in others. Ideal for students taking a first course in the subject as well as professionals in need of a refresher, Introduction to Criminal Investigation uses an accessible format to convey concepts in practical, concrete terms. Topics discussed include The history of criminal investigation in Western society Qualifications for becoming an investigator, the selection process, and ideal training requirements Crime scene search techniques, including planning and post-search debriefing Preparing effective field notes and investigative reports Interviewing and interrogating Types of evidence found at the crime scene and how to collect, package, and preserve it The contributions of forensic science to criminal investigations and the equipment used in crime labs Investigative protocol for a range of crimes, including property crimes, auto theft, arson, financial crimes, homicide, assault, sex crimes, and robbery Specialized investigations, including drug trafficking, cybercrime, and gang-related crime Legal issues involved in criminal investigations and preparing a case for trial Bringing together contributions from law enforcement personnel, academics, and attorneys, the book combines practical and theoretical elements to provide a comprehensive examination of todayas criminal investigative process. The accessible manner in which the information is conveyed makes this an ideal text for a wide-ranging audience.... Jeep Cherokee/Grand Cherokee 8 1994 Acura Integra 9 1999 Ford Taurus 10 2002 Ford Explorer AUTO CLONING ... These customers are looking to purchase stolen vehicles for their parts or for resale in the United States or elsewhere onanbsp;...
|Title||:||Introduction to Criminal Investigation|
|Author||:||Michael Birzer, Cliff Roberson|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2011-09-26|