National Titles and Officer Series
Criminal justice practitioners, law enforcement officials, college professors, and students will find this textbook critical to understanding the basic principles, rules, and constitutional provisions regulating admission of evidence in criminal courts.
This timely resource is pertinent to anyone involved with criminal procedure, including criminal justice practitioners, law enforcement officials, college professors, and students.
Easy-to-Use Reference Guide that will aid any professional in documenting an official report and testifying in court using that report. The guide includes practice questions, problems and exercises for law enforcement trainers and criminal justice educators to use for testing purposes or for those preparing to take a promotional exam. See below for a full description and table of contents.
This handy and portable guidebook includes an annual update to case summaries relevant nation-wide on the topics of search and seizure.
Practical advice for police officers about how to handle the arrest, investigation, and trial of an individual found guilty of driving under the influence of alcohol.
Know and understand the unique legal issues faced by dog handlers.
Comprehensive and expert supervision and management guidebook for law enforcement supervisors. Each chapter focuses on a specific function of the manager-supervisor; it is then broken down into the basic elements to which a successful law enforcement manager and supervisor must respond on a daily basis. Following each chapter is a short section to “Test Your Understanding.” See below for a complete description.