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Administration of Justice Studies

A guide to conducting research for Administration of Justice (AJS) courses

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When browsing library shelves, the following call numbers are assigned to Justice fields. Be sure to ask a librarian for assistance if needed:‚Äč

HV6001-7220.5 — Criminology
HV7231-9960 — Criminal justice administration
HV8301-9920.7 — Penology. Prisons. Corrections
KF — Law of the United States
KFA2401-2999 — Law of Arizona

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Security and Risk Technologies in Criminal Justice takes students through the evolution of risk technology devices, processes, and prevention. This seminal text unpacks technology's influence on our understanding of governance and social order in areas of criminal justice, policing, and security. With a foreword by leading scholar Kevin Haggerty, the collection consists of three sections that explore the impact of big data, traditional risk practices, and the increased reliance on technology in criminal justice. Eight chapters offer diverse examples that are linked by themes of preventative justice, calculability of risk, the theatre and reality of technology, and the costs of justice. With both national and international appeal, this vital resource is ideal for undergraduate and graduate students in criminology, police studies, or sociology.

This text is written for professionals in the criminal justice system to help them better understand and work with people who have ADHD. It will provide criminal justice professionals with what they need to know about ADHD based on the best of current science. This knowledge will serve to significantly enhance their effectiveness in working with the 25% of offenders who have ADHD.

Underscores the critical importance of effective writing in the justice system and how to achieve it. This user-friendly guide to effective writing for the justice system teaches readers to write cogently and accurately across the spectrum of criminal justice-related disciplines.