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A thoroughly-researched, well-written
examination of information technology in
the public sector, Police Technology
discusses law enforcement as an
information-intensive task. Whether
interviewing victims, interrogating
subjects, or gathering evidence, this
book discusses the cutting-edge
technology needed to handle the
incredible load of information that goes
along with an average investigation
and/or arrest. It tackles the broad field of
information technology in a
well-organized systematic method: it
starts with the basic information on
computers, builds to an exploration of
complex systems, and explores IT
against the backdrop of traditional
criminal justice subjects such as
community policing, efficiency, equity,
and rational choice. For police executives,
police supervisors, police employees,
public managers, or anyone who may
indirectly manage information technology
sections or projects.
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