Presents an up-to-date analysis of critical constitutional issues. Special attention is given to issues of greatest concern to criminal justice personnel - detention, arrest, search and seizure, interrogations and confessions, self-incrimination, due process, and right to counsel. Also includes constitutional aspects of criminal and civil liabilities of justice personnel, and constitutional and civil rights in the workplace.
Part II presents key cases to assist in interpreting the constitutional provisions.
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The authors provide stepping stones for rural and small-town agencies to make the organizational changes needed for community policing to take hold. The book introduces the concept of community policing and its many benefits to the agencies and communities that adopt it. Important issues discussed include the challenge of organizational change, as well as examples of community policing obstacles and successes, and the future of community policing in the 21st century.About the Author:
Professor Kanovitz is an expert on constitutional law and criminal justice. She has written 12 consecutive editions of this highly successful textbook, spanning more than 45 years. She was a Professor at the University of Louisville, Brandeis School of Law from 1968-1998, where she was a prolific writer and received numerous awards both for scholarship and teaching excellence. She currently holds the title of Professor of Law Emeritus.
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Book Description Routledge, 2010. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P111422463265