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Robert Bohm and Keith Haley team up to provide students with a thorough resource in their textbook entitled Introduction to Criminal Justice, ISBN 9780073527956. A relatable approach is combined with comprehensive coverage of topics to present students with the notion that much of the public's view of the criminal justice system in America is a myth. The...
Robert Bohm and Keith Haley team up to provide students with a thorough resource in their textbook entitled Introduction to Criminal Justice, ISBN 9780073527956. A relatable approach is combined with comprehensive coverage of topics to present students with the notion that much of the public's view of the criminal justice system in America is a myth. The authors seek to guide students to the truth about the American criminal justice system through a myriad of topics including the history of federal law enforcement as well as coverage of new legislative, technological and research developments in criminal justice. Robert Bohm and Keith Haley very succinctly lay out the content of Introduction to Criminal Justice across five sections and 14 chapters. Part 1 provides readers with an introduction to 'The Foundations of Criminal Justice' with chapters presenting information on crime and justice in the U.S., crime and its consequences, explaining crime, and the rule of law. Part 2 focuses on topics centered around 'Law Enforcement.' These chapters provide coverage of the history and structure of American law enforcement, roles, styles, and functions of policing, as well as issues and ethics of policing in America. 'The Courts' is the topic of choice in part 3 with chapters investigating the administration of justice and sentencing, appeals, and the death penalty. Part 4 delves into the topic of 'Corrections.' Chapters within this section discuss such subjects as institutional corrections, prison life, inmate rights, release, and recidivism, as well as community corrections. The final section of this book is that of part 5 entitled 'Additional Issues in Criminal Justice.' These concluding chapters devote themselves to coverage of juvenile justice and the future of criminal justice in the United States.
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