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Crime Scene Investigation text book

Jones And Bartlett Publishers : 14 January, 2010  (New Product)
An Introduction to Crime Scene Investigation gives insight into the work of Scenes of Crimes Officers with detailed guide to the responsibilities of investigators
Crime Scene Investigation text book
Jones and Bartlett Publishers (J&B) have announced the release of a brand new text titled, An Introduction to Crime Scene Investigation, by Aric Dutelle. Written to be a single-source reference for the investigative process as it relates to crime scene processing methods and procedures, this introductory text takes readers through the day-to-day aspects of crime scene processing, and describes in detail the crime scene investigator responsibilities.

"If one is to be educated on and understand what crime scene investigation is, it is necessary to cover more than simply the "how-to's" relating to such matters," says author Aric Dutelle. "Therefore, in addition to the methods, motives, and motions needed to secure the crime scene, the text will also cover an overview of the investigative process, as well as the ethical considerations applying to such matters."

A variety of investigations such as burglary, homicide, sex crimes, drug cases, underwater crime scenes, hazardous materials situations, and arson are covered throughout the text. This authoritative and scientifically supported resource will provide those in training and those attending community colleges, universities, and police academies with a true introductory text which is written for those with no assumed knowledge in the area and for those either not in or new to the field.

An Introduction to Crime Scene Investigation is available $83.95 (suggested US list price) through the J&B website or by calling 800-832-0034. Those who wish to consider the text for course adoption are invited to request a complimentary review. Accompanying online instructor resources are also available and include a Test Bank and PowerPoint slides.
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