Books by Members
The Diary Of The D.C. Sniper
Anthony Meoli, M.A., J.D., CFC
The Diary of the D.C. Sniper is a verbatim transcript of the actual diary obtained directly from Lee Boyd Malvo and a must read. The "Diary" was penned approximately two and a half years after the start of Lee's life prison sentence began, pulled from the source himself as he reflected on what he had done. It took him quite a long time to process the troubles prior to the crimes and the horror of its aftermath. The book also contains some of Lee's original artwork which places the reader in the exact moment of events as they occurred.
Permission to publish the diary was not a simple process. In fact, there had been no mention by Lee that a diary even existed until 2009. It was through years of written correspondence between Mr. Meoli and Lee Malvo (including hundreds of letters), and over 50 hours of telephone calls, that Lee decided it was time to tell his side of the story which has never been told before. The "Diary," which has been fully authorized for release by Malvo, explains the psychological triggers, emotional and traumatic life events that eventually allowed him to become one-half of the D.C. Snipers.
Conducting Parenting Capacity Assessments A Manual For Mental Health Practitioners
Alexander T. Polgar, Ph.D., DACFEI
This remarkably comprehensive, user-friendly manual includes, in a single source, a clearly articulated rationale for a systematic methodology with which to conduct Parenting Capacity Assessments.
Telephone: (866) 711-1611
Danger Between the Lines
Kimon Iannetta, James F. Craine, Ph.D., and Dennis G. Mclaughlin, Ph.D.
This is a unique and efficient reference manual used by human resources evaluators, mental health professionals, security, law enforcement and corrections officials.
Telephone: (808) 230-8054
Medical Consequences of Alcohol and Drug Abuse
Dr. John Brick, Ph.D., M.A., FACFEI, DABFM, CMI-V, FAP
Examine the medical consequences of alcohol, stimulants, inhalants, marijuana, and opiates—as well as the consequences of prenatal exposure to alcohol and other drugs!
Telephone: (800) 429-6784
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The SSCP Prep Guide: Mastering the Seven Key Areas of System Security
Debra S. Isaac, Michael J. Isaac
This study guide greatly enhances the reader's understanding of how to implement security policies, standards, and procedures in order to breeze through the SSCP (System Security Certified Practitioner) security certification test.
The Elements of Police Hostage and Crisis Negotiations: Critical Incidents and How to Respond to Them
James L. Greenstone, EdD, JD, DABECI
This book reduces the negotiation procedures for hostage, barricaded, and suicide incidents to their basic elements, providing quick and easy access to the information you need-from the initial call-out to the final debriefing. Based on field-tested principles proven to work, the book also includes newly developed and highly specialized techniques for more experienced negotiators. Author James L. Greenstone provides a user-friendly, step-by-step guide to the intervention and negotiation process that will help you get the job done—right.
Telephone: (800) 429-6784
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Expert Witness Manual
Jess E. Dines
The importance of the expert witness has been long established in our judicial system. The plain fact is that in the modem era, the expert is indispensable. Multi-million-dollar judgments depend on accurately reconstructing an accident, identifying a forged signature, matching a latent fingerprint with a person, tracing a microscopic bit of DNA to its owner, or any of a thousand other procedures that are now commonplace. Such witnesses are needed to establish the credibility of evidence-or call into doubt that credibility. Expert Witness Manual provides a guide as to how this is done. With a contribution on Criminology by renowned Forensic Scientist, Dr. Henry Lee, Criminalist for the famed O.J. Simpson Trial.
Forensic Investigation of Animal Cruelty
Melinda Merck, D.V.M. and Randall Lockwood, Ph.D.
What is the role of the veterinarian and prosecutor in a prosecution for cruelty to animals? This comprehensive introduction to the field is required reading for animal shelter, veterinary, investigative, and law enforcement professionals. In February 2007 Forensic Investigation of Animal Cruelty: A Guide for Veterinarians and Law Enforcement Professionals won the Dog Writers Association of America (DWAA) Best General Reference Book: 2006 category and was named Dogwise “Best Book of 2006.” In March 2007, coauthor Melinda Merck, D.V.M., was profiled in People magazine's article, "Animal CSI."
The Forensic Examiner® (Spring 2007) calls it "an invaluable resource for animal shelters and investigative and law enforcement professionals."
Predators: Who They Are and How to Stop Them
Gregory M. Cooper and Michael R. King, with Thomas McHoes
This book takes readers through the mindset of predatory criminals—their motives, various plans of attack, and way of thinking—and then teaches simple lifestyle techniques that will help reduce the risk of becoming victimized. Criminal behavior specialists Greg Cooper and Mike King provide expert analysis based on real-life cases, in addition to moving insights from victims and criminals themselves.
Blood Alcohol, Breath Alcohol, Impairment and The Law
Alfred W. O'Daire, Jr.
A manual for law enforcement, attorneys, and others interested in alcohol issues in law enforcement today.
The Art Fraud Protection Handbook
The Art Fraud Protection Handbook is a quick reference guide alerting art consumers to the ways art sellers package their defective products. The book notes that once purchased there are a few protections afforded to the consumer to regain the monies spent.
Forensic Application in the Detection of Fine, Decorative, and Collectible Art Fakes
Forensic Application in the Detection of Fine, Decorative, and Collectible Art Fakes examines the use of forensic science as an approach in determining fakery in fine art products.
Forensic Photography: Importance of Accuracy
Sanford L. Weiss
Designed specifically for the forensic professional, this up-to-date, state-of-the art manual offers a complete look at forensic photography. Its focus is not only on what to photograph, but also how to use the latest equipment and techniques to capture images that translate to the courtroom. Each chapter includes hands-on exercises and actual case studies that reinforce best practices and protocols. Its emphasis on accuracy reinforces how to overcome common roadblocks and its applications appeal to law enforcement personnel, firefighters, insurance investigators, and private detectives.
Practical Applications in Forensic Science
This book provides a single-source practical guide to basic crime scene processing and investigation, and also discusses forensic science theories and concepts. Book features include: Officer safety and emergency care to the injured, securing and controlling the crime scene, search methods, scene documentation and photography, overview of many highly specialized areas of forensic science, and how forensic science plays a vital role in the US judicial system.
Forensic Death Investigation
A Practical Guide to the Medicolegal Investigation of Death is a guidebook written by a veteran death investigator specifically for field investigators and students alike. Book features include: Historical foundations, legal issues, identification methods of human remains, time of death estimation, and wound analysis, specific areas addressed are deaths related to fire, asphyxiation, drowning, electrical, and motor vehicle accidents. Format that allows you to take this guide to the scene.