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Criminal Justice Technology in the 21st Century, Third Edition
Moriarty, Laura J. (Edt)
Charles C. Thomas, Publishers / Softcover / 2017-01-01 / 039809151X
Forensic / Crisis Intervention
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296 pages
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This text offers a welcome and appropriate mixture of knowledge or information about specific types of technology along with empirical studies of certain technology used in various subcomponents of the criminal justice system. This text consists of 12 chapters, with eight completely new and four substantially revised and updated. The text is arranged into two parts: law enforcement technology and public safety technology. Major topics include: technology infrastructure: what it is and how it’s changing; current overview of law enforcement technology; body-worn cameras: the new normal; avoiding the technological panacea of the body-worn camera; examining perceptions of technology-enabled crimes; digital forensics; technological advancements in keeping victims safe; the evolution of offender electronic monitoring: from radio signals to satellite technology; technoprisons: technology and prisons; inside the Darknet: techno-crime and criminal opportunity; securing cyberspace in the 21st century; and assessing the deployment of automated license place recognition technology and strategies to improve public safety. Numerous illustrations and tables highlight the chapter contents. Students, educators, and practitioners will find this new edition most useful as it provides practical knowledge about different technology advances and projections on many levels. This third edition has developed into an excellent resource that allows both neophyte and expert to learn state-of-the-art information.

Preface

1. THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE: WHAT IT IS AND HOW IT IS CHANGING
Samuel Nunn


Part I. Law Enforcement Technology

2. OVERVIEW OF LAW ENFORCEMENT TECHNOLOGY
AnnMarie Cordner and Gary Cordner

3. BODY-WORN CAMERAS: THE “NEW NORMAL?”
Marthinus C. Koen and James J. Willis

4. AVOIDING THE TECHNOLOGICAL PANACEA: THE CASE OF THE BODY-WORN CAMERA
David Makin

5. EXAMINING LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT PERCEPTIONS OF TECHNOLOGY-ENABLED CRIMES
Thomas J. Holt

6. DIGITAL FORENSICS
Christine E. Bryce, Robyn D. McDougle, and Jessica Robertson


Part II. Public Safety Technology

7. TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENTS IN KEEPING VICTIMS SAFE
Nicolle Parsons-Pollard

8. THE EVOLUTION OF OFFENDER ELECTRONIC MONITORING: FROM RADIO SIGNALS TO SATELLITE
TECHNOLOGY
Matthew E. McDermott and Laura J. Moriarty

9. TECHNOPRISON: TECHNOLOGY AND PRISONS
Janice Joseph

10. INSIDE THE DARKNET: TECHNO-CRIME AND CRIMINAL OPPORTUNITY
James M. Byrne and Kathryn A. Kimball

11. SECURING CYBERSPACE: HOW CAN THIS BE POSSIBLE IN THE 21ST CENTURY?
Donald J. Rebovich

12. ASSESSING THE DEPLOYMENT OF AUTOMATED LICENSE PLATE RECOGNITION TECHNOLOGY:
STRATEGIES TO IMPROVE PUBLIC SAFETY
Amanda V. McCormick, Irwin M. Cohen, and Garth Davies

Author Index
Subject Index

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