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Play into the killer's fantasy, believe it yourself, Morgan tells Reid. 'Criminal Minds' are a terrible thing to waste. But you can read about the real thing: Go to Books Articles for Sale on this Website or click here. One mission of Justice Writers of AmericaTM is to provide online books, scholarly studies, and articles about CJ including cops, courts, and corrections. Are you ready to study prehistoric throwbacks from an ancient world who are wired-wrong from the get? Once you start, you'll always look over your shoulder while you pray, when you shop, and when you try to sleep. Predators are in places you never expected. This work is jammed with bizarre accounts of incredible human cruelty of every variety so much so -- caution is applied. Incidentally, Stevens is a member of ACJS among other international associations.
Cops At Risk: Health, Homicide and Litigation Cognella Academic Publishers, May 2018 (see ribbon on left for details)
Introduction to American Corrections and Probation, 2nd ed. Cognella, December 2018
Applied Criminology In 2020 America. Cognella Academic Publishers, August 2019
Wicked Women: A Journey of Super Predators, 2nd ed. Pearson, August 2020
Inside the Mind of the Serial Rapist, 3rd. Cognella Academic Publishers, May, 2021
Psychology of a Sexual Predator, Pearson, May 2022
An Introduction to American Policing continues to engage students with a balanced yet critical investigation of police history and theory. This comprehensive text connects the US criminal justice system, criminology, and law enforcement knowledge to the progress of the police community. Updated case studies and narratives from violators along with current research help students understand the central theories and practical realities of American law enforcement. This leading-edge textbook will satisfy both scholars, who lean toward theoretical perspectives, and practitioners, who favor practical recommendations. This work is an exciting and modern resource that will challenge and encourage readers to understand, imagine, reflect, and exercise good judgment when thinking about the principal issues related to American policing moving toward 2020.
With the current fight-fire with fire President, more predators will find their way to your heart even though we’re buried in ashes. “How many more Americans would you have killed if you hadn't fought in war?” the Pres asks Rosen. Every leader from every civilization since time began uses god, guns, and gut values to recruit their best and their worst without prejudice. You’ll enjoy the stepping stones from Chicago street gangs to the Oval Office, yet this is a tale of relationships, seduction, and murder.
Wondering about murder as a device to survive? Dennis J. Stevens a celebrated criminologist's new book, traces Rosen through Chicago to black power brokers and political America where official violence cures-all. Killing is a way up and out of genetic grief. Chapter images are available - click Predatory Nation at left ribbon or http://www.predatorynation.com/
It is no longer ‘if’ an attack will happen, the invasion is in progress, orchestrated by agitators who fuel race-hate among Americans, push suicide disease carriers into American prisons, and it was Iranians who wanted Trump elected forget the Russians. Given that America is the primary target of extremists, bioweapons are the suicidal terrorists' perfect choice. Utilizing modern tragedies such as Hurricane Katrina as a social laboratory, predictions about the preventable death of victims in poverty paint a disturbing picture of their continual hopelessness, although Cops and Docs glorifies a ‘renaissance of a capitalism.’ Bluntly, Cops and Docs is a story void of social justice because the evidence shows that if you’re black and poor, you die first.
Christian and Muslim empires battle for control of Destiny, a supercomputer that sways opium growth, weather conditions, and global dominance. In hot pursuit are city boys and girls leaving Caliphs, Dubai, and Boston universities, high ranking military families, a Kentucky mining town, mixed in with a few Harvard shrinks and African kings. Stevens a nationally recognized criminologist weaves frightening predator profiles throughout his book and an American justice system that fights fire with fire accomplishing nothing more than ashes.