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Criminal Investigation Fourth 4th Edition by Steven G. Brandl 2018 ( SAGE Publisher ) Test Bank

Criminal Investigation Fourth 4th Edition by Steven G. Brandl 2018 ( SAGE Publisher ) Test Bank 

Criminal Investigation Fourth 4th Edition by Steven G. Brandl 2018 ( SAGE Publisher ) Test Bank
Criminal Investigation Fourth 4th Edition by Steven G. Brandl 2018 ( SAGE Publisher ) Test Bank

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  • Publisher: SAGE Publications, Inc; 4 edition (December 19, 2017,  )
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1506391419
  • ISBN-13: 978-1506391410

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Criminal Investigation, Fourth Edition, offers a comprehensive and engaging examination of criminal investigation and the vital role criminal evidence plays in the process. The text focuses on the five critical areas essential to understanding criminal investigations: background and contextual issues, criminal evidence, legal procedures, evidence collection procedures, and forensic science. In this new edition, esteemed author Steven G. Brandl goes beyond a simple how-to on investigative procedures and analyzes modern research and actual investigative cases to demonstrate their importance in the real world of criminal justice.
New to the Fourth Edition:
  • New and updated statistical information, research findings, investigative procedures, and legal cases ensure students are learning about the most current research in the field. 
  • Several new “From the Case File” chapter introductions and 25 new in-chapter “Case-in-Point” investigative case examples make it easier for students to connect the content to the real world. 
  • More than 75 new photos, most of which are case photos from actual investigations, illustrate key concepts to help keep students engaged with the content. 
  • New material on documenting evidence via reports provides examples of well-written police reports to help students build better writing skills. 
  • New material on social media and evidence from electronic digital devices discusses how to use new technology as a source of information. 
  • A stronger focus on terrorism and the use of technology in investigations encourages students to discuss and critically analyze the future of criminal investigations.
  • New sections titled “Mental Mistakes in Criminal Investigations,” “Perspectives on the Criminal Investigation Process,” and “Qualities and Characteristics of Investigators” offer students tips and advice for conducting successful investigations. 
  • New material on touch DNA helps students see the benefits and limitations of scientific evidence gathered from a crime scene.
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Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments
About the Author
Chapter 1: The Investigation of Crime
Objectives
From the Case File: The Investigation of the Washington, D.C., Beltway Snipers
Criminal Investigation, Evidence, and Forensic Science Defined
Types of Criminal Investigations
Perspectives on the Criminal Investigation Process
The Role of Chance, Accident, and Discovery in Criminal Investigations
Mental Mistakes in Criminal Investigations
Qualities and Characteristics of Investigations
Criminal Investigation and the Criminal Justice System
Main Points
Important Terms
Questions for Discussion and Review
Chapter 2: The History of Criminal Investigation
Objectives
From the Case File: The Lindbergh Baby Kidnapping
The Importance of History in Understanding the Present and the Future
The Evolution of the Investigative Task: English Developments
The Evolution of the Investigative Task: American Developments
Main Points
Important Terms
Questions for Discussion and Review
Chapter 3: The Role and Documentation of Evidence in Criminal Investigations
Objectives
From the Case File: The Murder of Stanley Van Wagner
The Basics of Criminal Evidence
Types of Evidence
Testimonial, Real, Demonstrative, and Documentary Evidence
The Functions of Evidence
Documenting Evidence: The Value and Importance of Investigative Reports
Main Points
Important Terms
Questions for Discussion and Review
Chapter 4: The Law and Criminal Investigations
Objectives
From the Case File: Ernesto Miranda’s Confession
Basic Legal Terminology
The Rules and Admissibility of Evidence
Constitutional Requirements for the Collection of Evidence
Important Terms
Questions for Discussion and Review
Chapter 5: Physical Evidence and the Crime Scene
Objectives
From the Case File: The Murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman
The Role of Physical Evidence in Criminal Investigations
The Crime Scene and Its Management
Types of Physical Evidence
Biological Evidence
Other Types of Physical Evidence
The Role of Crime Laboratories in Criminal Investigations
Main Points
Important Terms
Questions for Discussion and Review
Chapter 6: Interviews and Eyewitness Identifications
Objectives
From the Case File: BP Gas Station Robbery
Interviews Defined
Types of Witnesses
Types of Information Obtained From Witnesses
Methods of Eyewitness Identification
Value of Eyewitness Identifications in Establishing Proof
The Memory Process and the Identification Task
Guidelines for the Collection of Eyewitness Evidence
Investigative Tools in Interviewing
Main Points
Important Terms
Questions for Discussion and Review
Chapter 7: Interrogations and Confessions
Objectives
From the Case File: The “Secret” Interrogation of O. J. Simpson
Interrogations Defined
The Controversy of Interrogation Methods
Prerequisites for a Productive Interrogation
Approaches to Investigative Interrogations
The Potential Problems With Police Deception in Interrogations
Why Do Suspects Confess?
The Issue of False Confessions
Investigative Tools in Recognizing Deception
Main Points
Important Terms
Questions for Discussion and Review
Chapter 8: Behavioral Evidence and Crime Analysis
Objectives
From the Case File: A Mutilation Murder
Behavioral Analysis Defined
Crime Scene Profiling
Geographical Profiling
Psycholinguistics
Crime Analysis
Empirical Crime Analysis
Main Points
Important Terms
Questions for Discussion and Review
Chapter 9: Information From the Public, Social Media, Information Networks, Digital Devices, and Other Sources
Objectives
From the Case File: “Ain’t No Love in the Heart of the City”
Information From the Public in Criminal Investigations
Information From Social Media in Criminal Investigations
Confidential Informants
Gang Intelligence
Information Networks
Information From Electronic Devices and Digital Evidence
Psychics
Main Points
Important Terms
Questions for Discussion and Review
Chapter 10: Death Investigation
Objectives
From the Case File: He Hit Her Until She Fell . . . and That Was Just the Beginning
Issues in the Investigation of Death: Manner of Death
Patterns and Characteristics of Homicide
Investigative Considerations With Death and Homicide
Major Challenges in Homicide Investigations: Serial Homicide
Major Challenges in Homicide Investigations: Cold Cases
Main Points
Important Terms
Questions for Discussion and Review
Chapter 11: The Investigation of Sex Crimes, Assault, Child Abuse, and Related Offenses
Objectives
From the Case File: “Since You Don’t Have Any Money . . .”
Varieties and Characteristics of Rape and Other Sexual Assaults
Investigative Considerations With Rape and Other Sexual Assaults
Other Sources of Evidence and Information in Sexual Assault Investigations
False Allegations
Varieties and Characteristics of Other Assaults
Investigative Considerations With Other Assaults
Domestic Violence and Child Abuse
Main Points
Important Terms
Questions for Discussion and Review
Chapter 12: The Investigation of Robbery
Objectives
From the Case File: The Robber Who Lost His Tool
Varieties and Characteristics of Robbery
Investigative Considerations With Robbery
Physical Evidence
The Property Taken in the Robbery
Interrogation Considerations
Other Strategies and Sources of Information
Main Points
Important Terms
Questions for Discussion and Review
Chapter 13: The Investigation of Burglary, Vehicle Theft, Arson, and Other Property Crimes
Objectives
From the Case File: Dad and Daughter Go to Work
Varieties and Characteristics of Burglaries
Investigative Considerations With Burglary
Varieties and Characteristics of Vehicle Theft
Investigative Considerations With Vehicle Theft
Varieties and Characteristics of Arson
Investigative Considerations With Arson
Varieties and Characteristics of Larceny
Investigative Considerations With Larceny
Interrogation Considerations With Burglars, Arsonists, and Other Thieves
Main Points
Important Terms
Questions for Discussion and Review
Chapter 14: The Investigation of Fraud and Other Computer-Related Crimes
Objectives
From the Case File: An Internet Chat With an Undercover Officer
Fraud and Its Investigation
Varieties of Computer-Facilitated Crime and Their Investigation
Main Points
Important Terms
Questions for Discussion and Review
Chapter 15: The Presentation of Evidence
Objectives
From the Case File: A Tragedy and Then More
The Adversarial Process
Errors in Justice Outcomes
The Value and Importance of Investigative Testimony
Expert Testimony
Testimony of Investigators
Main Points
Important Terms
Questions for Discussion and Review
Chapter 16: Terrorism, Technology, and the Future of Criminal Investigation
Objectives
From the Case File: The Day the World Changed
The Future of Criminal Investigation
A New Approach to Criminal Investigations
The New Technology of Crime Detection
Main Points
Important Terms
Questions for Discussion and Review
Appendix: Capstone Case
Glossary
Notes
Index
NEW TO THIS EDITION:
  • New and updated statistical information, research findings, investigative procedures, and legal cases ensure students are learning about the most current research in the field. 
  • Several new “From the Case File” chapter introductions and 25 new in-chapter “Case-in-Point” investigative case examples make it easier for students to connect the content to the real world. 
  • More than 75 new photos, most of which are case photos from actual investigations, illustrate key concepts to help keep students engaged with the content. 
  • New material on documenting evidence via reports provides examples of well-written police reports to help students build better writing skills. 
  • New material on social media and evidence from electronic digital devices discusses how to use new technology as a source of information. 
  • A stronger focus on terrorism and the use of technology in investigations encourages students to discuss and critically analyze the future of criminal investigations.
  • New sections titled “Mental Mistakes in Criminal Investigations,” “Perspectives on the Criminal Investigation Process,” and “Qualities and Characteristics of Investigators” offer students tips and advice for conducting successful investigations. 
  • New material on touch DNA helps students see the benefits and limitations of scientific evidence gathered from a crime scene.

KEY FEATURES:
  • In-depth discussions of current topics: Proper evidence collection procedures, the impact of the exclusionary rule, the theory and effectiveness of psychological profiling, the complexities of false confessions and false convictions, and crime pattern analysis and mapping.
  • “From the Case File” feature at the beginning of each chapter provides detailed descriptions of actual investigations as they were conducted. These case studies can be used to analyze how evidence is (or could be) used to establish proof and to evaluate the conduct of criminal investigations.
  • Additional real-life investigative case examples (including “Case-in-Point” features) illustrate key points of the chapter and facilitate the review and analysis of actual investigative cases.
  • “Myths and Misconceptions” boxes address false information that is provided by the media and other representations of criminal investigations to help students think critically.
  • “A Question of Ethics” feature requires students to think about the importance of ethical issues in criminal investigations.
  • Detailed discussions of the strengths, weaknesses, and effectiveness of all major forms of evidence give students insights into evidence such as DNA and biological evidence, other forms of physical evidence, eyewitness identifications, confessions, and behavioral evidence.
  • Detailed discussions of the proper conduct of specific types of crime investigations including homicide, sex crimes, domestic violence and child abuse, robbery, burglary, vehicle theft, arson, fraud, and other computer-facilitated crimes.
  • Research findings offer insights into topics like eyewitness identifications and human memory to help current and future investigators identify and recommend best practices and procedures in criminal investigations.
  • Full-color original photos of crime scenes bring students closer to real-life criminal investigations and investigative techniques.

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