Finding the truth with criminal investigation. Suspect, subject, defendant

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9781538113851
Nombre del producto:
Finding the truth with criminal investigation. Suspect, subject, defendant
Peso:
N/D
Fecha de edición:
15 ago. 2019
Número de Edición:
Autor:
Reilly, Daniel A.
Idioma:
Inglés
Formato:
Libro
Páginas:
410
Lugar de edición:
Estados Unidos
Colección:
SIN COLECCIÓN
Encuadernación:
Rústica

The way a crime is defined is through criminal investigation. Criminal investigation is a multi-faceted effort that involves the study of facts presented by a criminal act or pattern of criminal conduct. These facts are then used to identify, locate and prove the guilt or innocence of a person or persons. Criminal investigation is usually carried out by a law enforcement agency using all of the resources available to discover, locate or establish evidence proving and verifying the relevant facts for presentation to a Court or other judicial authority.

But how are these facts discovered? What resources do law enforcement use to uncover them? What is the process for a successful criminal investigation? In fact, how can we even define what is “criminal” in the first place? Daniel A. Reilly answers all these important questions, while providing the step by step process to gather facts, information, data, and evidence.

Finding the Truth with Criminal Investigation is intended to answer all of the questions of who, what, where, when, why and how a violent crime occurred and/or was committed. It is intended for students in the field of criminal justice who wish to become criminal investigators – exposing them to the tools and processes needed to conduct a proper criminal investigation, but also real-life of working to support others as a team. Reilly spent a great deal of his professional life working on homicide cases, and he offers students his expertise in criminal investigation by successfully incorporating real-world context throughout this book.

Preface
Chapter 1: Criminal Investigation Defined
Chapter 2: Criminal Code
Chapter 3: Constitutional Rights
Chapter 4: Teamwork
Chapter 5: Prioritizing Investigations
Chapter 6: Victims and Witnesses
Chapter 7: Crime Scene Analysis
Chapter 8: Investigative Plan
Chapter 9: Goals and Steps for an Investigation
Chapter 10: Physical Evidence
Chapter 11: Administrative Procedures
Chapter 12: Bringing the Case to Court
Chapter 13: Interviews and Interrogations
Chapter 14: Confidential Informants
Chapter 15: Investigative Intelligence
Chapter 16: Tactical Considerations
Chapter 17: Covert Investigations
Epilogue
Glossary
References

Daniel A. Reilly is the professor of Criminology, Law, and Society at George Mason University. He worked for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for thirty years, including as a Special Agent Criminal Investigator. As an FBI agent, he worked on a wide variety of criminal cases and helped start the FBI's Safe Streets Program. He headed the FBI's Evidence Response Team at the Washington Field Office and supplied extensive experience and training on crime scene examination. After his retirement from the FBI, Reilly worked as a private consulting analyst with the High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) task force operations in the Mid-Atlantic region. Reilly has also served as an expert witness in street gang and bank robbery cases. Along with his professional career in law enforcement, he has published a book on crime scene examination, entitled Working the Scene (2008), and taught other law enforcement professionals in the U.S. and worldwide in a variety of fields related to criminal justice.

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