|Investigations 150 Things You Should
By Lawrence Fennelly And Louis Tyska CPP
Here's a highly professional reference of 150 items of interest to investigators or those who need to learn about private investigations. Law enforcement personnel are not the only individuals that conduct investigations. This book is geared for the Private Sector: Security Managers, consultants, and investigators.
By covering the essential tips and techniques for investigators, Investigations:
150 Things You Should Know becomes a useful reference. By further covering the
legal guidelines that investigators must follow, it becomes indispensable. Through
anecdotes, case studies, and documented procedures the authors of this book
have amassed the most complete collection of investigative information available.
This ready reference is for anyone interested in investigations. Readers in and out of the law enforcement field will find this book easy to use and understand when seeking explanations about a wide variety of investigative topics including: constitutional law, documentary evidence, interviewing and interrogating, and surveillance
Contents: Abandonment -.Activities of the Detective -The Arraignment -.Arrest and Detention: 21 Things You Should Know -Arrest: By Private Citizens -Arrest Tactics -Arson -Body Language - Body Movement - Body Signs -The Burden of Proof at a Criminal Trial -Cargo Theft: Investigative Techniques -Cargo Theft Reporting: 14 Things You Should Do -Cargo Documentation Investigations -Cargo: Air and Marine Documentation -Checklist - Arson Checklist - Burglary Checklist - Notification of Finding a Victim Checklist - Pedophiles Investigations Checklist - Robbery Investigation -Clearance and Arrest -Communication and Special Equipment -Constitutional Rights -Constitution, The 4th Amendment Constitution, The 5th Amendment Constitution, The 6th Amendment Constitution, The 8th Amendment Constitution, The 14th Amendment Convictions - Subjects/Defendants Methods to Avoid -Coordinating with the Police -Crime: Elements of -Crime Scene Investigator's Kit Contents -Crime Scenes, Videotaping -Criminal Justice: Can Police Stop And Frisk Suspects On the Street -Criminal Justice: What are the Legal Limits of Police Searches -Criminal Justice - Case Law: Terry v. Ohio -Criminal Justice - Case Law: Mapp v. Ohio -Criminal Justice - Case Law: Mapp v. Ohio - Analysis and Impact -Criminal Law In the United States Today -Criminal Law, Purposes of: Theory versus Reality -Cutting and Stabbing Investigations: Five Things You Should Know -Description Identification -Diversion: Grey Goods Investigation and Prevention -Protocols for Diversion: Grey Goods Control -Documentary Evidence -Drug and Alcohol Testing Equipment -Electronic Surveillance and Wiretapping -Employee Applications -Entrapment -Ethical Issue for Investigative Personnel -Evidence Collection and Processing -Evidence: Gathering and Transporting -Examinations: Types of Examinations: The Functions of DNA Testing -Factors and Theories in Criminality -Family Violence And Violence Against Women: 17 Facts Investigators Should Know -File Maintenance -Follow Up (Latent) Investigation -Force, The Use of Force: The Use Of By Private Citizens -Freedom of Information Act -The Grand Jury - What Is It? -Gunshot Case: Nine Common Errors of Observation And Interpretation -Hate Crimes: A Policymaker's Guide "The Homicide Investigator" -The Homicide Victim - 70 Things You Should Know -Implications for Public Action -Incident Report and Preliminary Investigation -Informants -Intent -Internal Theft -International Intelligence Network - Investigations And Security -The Internet -The Internet: Impact on Crime -The Internet and The World Wide Web -Interviewing and Interrogating -Interviewing: Code of Ethics for Effective Interviewing -Interviewing in White Collar Crime -Invasion of Privacy -Investigative Chemicals -The "Sloppy" Investigation -Investigating Fuel Theft -Investigation of International Cargo Theft -Investigations: Basic -Investigation: Technology in Five Years -Investigative Interviewing - The Art of Investigative Interviewing - Types of Questions -Investigative Interviewing Questions - Closed -Investigative Interviewing Questions - Open Investigative Interviewing Questions - Other Types of Open -Investigative Interviewing Questions: Filter Factors -Investigative Interviewing: Tactics When Seeking a Confession -Investigative Interviewing: Trickery -The Investigative Process -Investigative Report: Effective Construction/Preparation -Investigative Reports: Preparation -Investigative Reports: Standards for Writing -Investigative Tips on Fax Fraud -Investigations: 50 Things You Should Know -Investigator Job Description - 32 Discrete Services -Investigators As Problem Solvers: A Complex Mixture of Many Simple Facts -Liability for Investigators -"Lucky" Investigations -Mail Covers - An Investigative Tool -Management Cost Analysis Considerations of Theft Response -Miranda Warning -Missing Children -Missing Children Web Sites -Modus Operandi -Money Laundering and Postal Inspection -Mug Books -Offshore Private Banking -Organized Crime -Phantom Employee Fraud -Photograph Array -Photographs, Videos and Sketches -Phrases and Proper Names You Should Know -Pleadings and Evidence -Postal Inspection - Investigative Authority -Private and Public Sectors, Differences Between -The Public Defender System -Qualities of the Investigator -Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization -Civil RICO -The Real Problems In American Justice -The Rules of Evidence -Screening and Case Assignment -Security Function, The Seizures, Plain View -Sentencing, Appeals and the Death Penalty -Shoplifting Surveillance -Sketching, Crime Scene -Sketching Preparation -Sketching, Preparation/Measurements -Sketches, Types of Crime Scenes -Skills of the Successful Interviewer -Sources of Investigative Information -Specialized Security Equipment -Stakeout, The -Substantive Criminal Law -Surveillance -Surveillance: Premises -Surveillance: Preparation for -Surveillance: Subject's Methods of Detecting -Surveillance: Use of Automobiles -Telemarketing Fraud and Protection -Telephone Use and Pretexting: Your Most Powerful Tool -Testifying: Courtroom -Totality of Circumstance Test -Truck Tails -Understanding Financial Paper Flow -Vehicle Searches -APPENDIX A - Things Are Not Always As They Appear -References
Investigations 150 Things You Should Know will be of extreme interest to any private investigator or security professional who needs to conduct investigations. 224 pages, $35.00
Investigations 150 Things You Should Know $35.00
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