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Review: “Introduction to Homeland Security…is logical and easy to understand”

Great news – the recently published Introduction to Homeland Security: Policy, Organization, and Administration by Willard M. Oliver, Nancy E. Marion, and Joshua B. Hill was warmly reviewed by Professor Ostrowidzki of El Paso Community College. Professor Ostrowidzki said “Introduction … Continue reading

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Review: “[Counterterrorism] is an excellent reference for both graduate and undergraduate students…”

Security Management magazine recently published a review on Counterterrorism, authored by Marie-Helen Maras: “The author of Counterterrorism is eminently qualified to write a book on this important topic. She served seven years in counter-surveillance operations for Naval Intelligence, holds several … Continue reading

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Review: “…a must read for anyone interested in understanding and improving our reentry efforts.”

Edward J. Latessa, PhD, Interim Dean and Professor, University of Cincinnati, is a very well known and highly respected author and subject matter expert in the criminal justice and corrections academic and professional arenas. Needless to say, we were quite … Continue reading

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Elder Crimes, Elder Justice is a Must-Have Resource for Law Enforcement Officers

• Between one to two million vulnerable adults are abused or neglected in our country every year. • For every report of abuse of an older adult or an adult with a disability five reports are not made.  Many people … Continue reading

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New Review of the "Must-Have" Criminal Interrogation and Confessions, Fifth Edition

The recently published Fifth Edition of Criminal Interrogation and Confessions, by the late Fred E. Inbau, the late John E. Reid, Joseph P. Buckley, and Brian C. Jayne, was reviewed for the June issue of Security Management magazine.  According to reviewer and former … Continue reading

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Author James M. Adcock Seeks Article Submissions for Investigative Sciences Journal

James M. Adcock, author of recently published Death Investigations (© 2013), is the founder and Managing Editor of the Investigative Sciences Journal and is actively seeking article submissions.  The ISJ is a free, online, peer reviewed journal specifically designed for … Continue reading

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Princeton Review Names Two Jones & Bartlett Learning Science Authors as Top Undergraduate Professors

The Princeton Review (www.PrincetonReview.com) – one of the nation’s best-known education services companies – has teamed up with RateMyProfessors.com – the highest-trafficked college professor ratings site in the U.S. – to create the first comprehensive guidebook to America’s top undergraduate … Continue reading

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