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by Kenneth J. Peak


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Kenneth J. Peak is a full professor and former Chairman of the Department of Criminal Justice, University of Nevada . He has authored or coauthored 28 textbooks and 2 historical books on bootlegging and temperance.

Kenneth J. Peak is a full professor and former Chairman of the Department of Criminal Justice, University of Nevada, Reno, where he was named Teacher of the Year by the university’s Honor Society. His other recent books include Policing America: Methods, Issues, Challenges, 8th e. Community Policing and Problem Solving: Strategies and Practices, 6th ed. (with R. W. Glensor); Police Supervision and Management, 3rd ed. (with L. K. Gaines and R. Glensor); and Women in Law Enforcement Careers (with V. B. Lord).

For courses in Criminal Justice Administration and Police Administration

For courses in Criminal Justice Administration and Police Administration. Focused on the primary people, concepts, terms, and reality of contemporary justice administration, it reflects 27 years of the author's hands-on, front-line experience as a police and corrections practitioner and administrator, planner, and educator.

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market choice for justice administration courses. Using an active-learning approach and real-world examples, Justice Administration: Police, Courts, and Corrections Management examines all relevant facets of the criminal justice system and includes practical exercises in most chapters. The text flows logically, from basic justice administration, to police, courts, and corrections, and finally, ethical, financial, and technological influences

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A textbook for students and in-service practitioners with a fundamental knowledge of the history and operations of the police, courts, and corrections subsystems. It informs readers of the primary people, concepts, and terms of justice administration. The volume is divided into six parts: introducti

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Corgustari
We covered this book 2 chapters a week over an 8 week term and it was very manageable. While the book is kind of a "meh" read as there are little diagrams and less pictures to break up the reading, it is still not an overwhelming amount of information in each chapter. While my course did not utilize any of the books activities so I can't rate those, the book gives enough information to lead you in the right direction for sources and explains things well enough that even if your professor doesn't supplement, it is good.
Mardin
Bought/Rented for school. Required for my course, but after reading have found several benefits to using this text.

Would strongly encourage students to use this, and avoid the buy used, resell maybe, likely keep routine.

Renting or digital are more efficient, reasonable and useful.

Also, prevents being bagged with tons of college books which seem to out date quickly.
Vut
Have not finished the book yet however seem to be well written and informative. Pretty typical Criminology text book. At least the first Parts of the book. If the remainder of the book is as good as the first two parts I would add the fifth star.
Golden Lama
A little bit dated but I worked with it. Still way more affordable that buying current editions.
It's so easy
Served it's purpose. Was required reading for a college course.
Nalmezar
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Helo
Bought for Class not pleasure.
Condition as described. A++
Justice Administration: Police, Courts, and Corrections Management download epub
Social Sciences
Author: Kenneth J. Peak
ISBN: 0131899864
Category: Other
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Prentice Hall (March 1995)
Pages: 472 pages