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 to Homeland Security: Policy, Organization, and Administration is appropriate for my [Intro to Homeland Security] course because it provides a basic, but developed overview of homeland security regarding the United States. The book’s approach is logical and easy to understand for students at the early college level."
• 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 are living out their golden years in fear.
• While residents of long-term care facilities (research shows up to 36%) may be victims of abuse or neglect, most older adults live in their own homes and, therefore, most elder abuse occurs in the community, by people known to the vulnerable adult. The vast majority is perpetrated by family members.
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 FBI Special Agent, Kevin D. Eack,
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 investigators, their supervisors and those academicians interested in the investigative process. The journal includes Investigative Research, Case Studies, Tech Notes, Legal Issues, and Book Reviews.