Crime Classification Manual

Crime Classification Manual : A Standard System for Investigating and Classifying Violent Crime

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A thorough revision of the landmark book that standardized the language, terminology, and classifications used throughout the criminal justice system, Crime Classification Manual, Third Edition now adds new coverage of areas affected by globalization and new technologies, as well as new crime scene examples and analyses. Coauthored by accomplished experts in the field, it is the definitive crime classification text for law enforcement personnel, mental health professionals, forensic scientists, and those whose work brings them into contact with either offenders or victims of violent crime.

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  • Paperback | 576 pages
  • 149.86 x 226.06 x 40.64mm | 703.06g
  • John Wiley & Sons Inc
  • New YorkUnited States
  • English
  • Revised
  • 3rd Revised edition
  • black & white tables
  • 1118305051
  • 9781118305058
  • 308,905

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JOHN E. DOUGLAS has been an FBI agent for over thirty years. One of the most successful and best-known true crime authors in the country, his many books include the New York Times bestseller Mind Hunter, which first introduced the public to the idea of psychological profiles as a tool in hunting down killers. ANN W. BURGESS, RN, DNSc, is the author of nine textbooks on psychiatric nursing and crisis intervention and ten books on assessment and treatment of child, adolescent, and adult sexual assault victims and serial offenders. ALLEN G. BURGESS is a former associate professor in the College of Business Administration at Northeastern University in Boston. ROBERT K. RESSLER, MS, is a twenty-year veteran of the FBI. He developed many of the programs that led to the formulation of the FBI's National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime.

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