Crime Analysis for Problem Solvers In 60 Small Steps
by Ronald V. Clarke, John E. Eck
Publisher: U.S. Department of Justice 2005
Number of pages: 150
This manual assumes that you are an experienced analyst, accustomed to providing the kind of information needed to support police operations. The book prepares you for an analytic role as a key member of a problem-solving team. It provides you with a basic knowledge of problem-oriented policing and the related fields of environmental criminology and situational crime prevention.
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