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  1. Criminal Investigation by Neil C. Chamelin, 1988-01
  2. Criminal Investigations: A Scenario-Based Text for Police Recruits and Officers by James McAuliffe, 2001-03-30
  3. Crime Scene Investigator (Cool Careers) by Geoffrey M. Horn, 2008-01
  4. The FBI Career Guide: Inside Information on Getting Chosen for and Succeeding in One of the Toughest, Most Prestigious Jobs in the World by Joseph W. Koletar, 2006-09-05
  5. Career Opportunities in Forensic Science by Susan Echaore-McDavid, Richard A. Mcdavid, 2008-04-30
  6. Careers in Forensics (Forensic Science Investigated) by Linda D. Williams, 2008-10
  7. Police Detective (Career Exploration) by Tracey Boraas, 2000-07
  8. Careers for Mystery Buffs & Other Snoops and Sleuths (Careers for You Series) by Blythe Camenson, 2004-03-24
  9. Detectives: Life Investigating Crime (Extreme Careers) by Nicholas Croce, 2003-01
  10. Careers in DNA Analysis (Careers in Forensics) by Sarah Sawyer, 2008-01-30
  11. Opportunities in Forensic Science Careers by Blythe Camenson, 2001-04-03
  12. Forensic Accounting: How to Investigate Financial Fraud (The Irwin Professional Publishing Accounting Library) by William T. Thornhill, 1994-10
  13. Careers in Focus: Public Safety (Ferguson's Careers in Focus)
  14. Check It Out! : A Top Investigator Shows You How to Find Out Practicallly Anything About Anybody in Your Life by Edmund J. Pankau, 1998-12-11

1. Criminal Investigation Books
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2. - Government Opens Criminal Investigation Into Enron
Government opens criminal investigation into Enron By Greg Farrell, Jim Drinkard and Kevin Johnson, USA TODAY The Department of Justice confirmed Wednesday night that it has launched a criminal investigation of Enron, the energy trading company that.. Small Business. careers Network. USA TODAY Travel
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01/10/2002 - Updated 12:57 PM ET Government opens criminal investigation into Enron By Greg Farrell, Jim Drinkard and Kevin Johnson, USA TODAY The Department of Justice confirmed Wednesday night that it has launched a criminal investigation of Enron, the energy trading company that collapsed in November after admitting that it had overstated three years' worth of earnings. The investigation will be conducted by Justice headquarters in Washington, D.C., working with U.S. attorneys in New York, Houston and San Francisco, said a source at the Justice Department. Read more below Latest stories

3. J320/F459 - Criminal Investigation - Spring 2002
J320 criminal investigation. Section F459 - Spring 2002 This will provide you the opportunity to hear and discuss current issues of policing as it relates to their careers.
Section F459 - Spring 2002 Course Location: Indiana University at South Bend Wiekamp Hall - Room 1135 Monday/Wednesday - 4:00 - 5:15 PM Required Text: Criminal Investigation , Sixth Edition Instructor: Brent R. Hemmerlein 55900 Bittersweet Road Mishawaka, IN 46545 Office Hours: 7:30 AM - 4:30 PM (Mon-Fri) Telephone: E-Mail Address: (H) (W) Course Objective:
The course is designed to provide students with an understanding of the process of criminal investigation. The course instruction will include theory , procedures, and techniques used in the investigation of criminal offenses. We will have guest speakers during the semester related to the topics we study. It is one of my course goals to introduce you to some of the law enforcement agencies and their personnel. This will provide you the opportunity to hear and discuss current issues of policing as it relates to their careers. As a student of the class, your thoughts, opinions, and questions are important. You are encouraged to actively participate in the class, and I am looking forward to some interesting class discussions. Students should remember that this syllabus provides a tentative schedule and is not considered a contract. It is subject to change as the semester progresses due to outside speakers' schedules, class discussions of topics, and unforeseen circumstances. It will be your responsibility to be aware of class schedule changes as they occur and are announced in class. Class attendance is important and expected.

4. IRS Careers - Working At The IRS
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Washington, D.C. Role: Criminal Investigation's mission is to serve the American public by investigating potential criminal violations of the Internal Revenue Code and related financial crimes in a manner that fosters confidence in the tax system and compliance with the law. Structure: The Chief CI now reports directly to the IRS Commissioner and has direct line authority over all CI employees. While the majority of CI's front-line field employees are at the same location doing the same job, the CI field management structure has been changed to streamline accountability. There are 35 Special Agents-in-Charge reporting to the Chief CI through 6 Directors of Field Operations. The 35 Special Agents-in-Charge are aligned with the IRS area boundaries and the U.S. Judicial Districts to improve stakeholder interests. In addition to the Chief and Deputy Chief, the senior staff consists of directors from the offices of:
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5. IRS Careers - Information Technology
LAW ENFORCEMENT careers. criminal investigation Special Agent. As anIRS criminal investigation (CI) Special Agent, you will not only
LAW ENFORCEMENT CAREERS Criminal Investigation Special Agent As an IRS Criminal Investigation (CI) Special Agent, you will not only be given the badge to bring criminals to justice, you will also have the collective resources of a highly respected federal agency behind you. As a duly sworn law enforcement officer, you will leverage your accounting and law enforcement skills like never before. In addition, you will benefit from elite federal training that includes the most sophisticated financial investigative techniques such as: tracking criminal transactions through cyberspace; self-defense; firearms; and arrest techniques. And since many financial crimes do not stop at U.S. borders, your expertise may also be required to track criminals internationally. You may even find yourself assuming special assignments: on multi-agency task forces with other federal agencies (e.g., DEA, FBI, and ATF); presidential campaign protective assignments; or undercover assignments. Basic qualifications.

6. IRS Criminal Investigation (CI)
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7. Massive Oil Spill Spurs Criminal Investigation - 04/15/02
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9. Principles Of Criminal Investigation
Course Number/Title JS 280 Principles of criminal investigation. Instructor Dr. Ray Miller it is important to all who plan careers in law enforcement to have a working knowledge
SYLLABUS Course Number/Title JS 280: Principles of Criminal Investigation Instructor Dr. Ray Miller Office Location/Hours SPH 311 Tues/Thurs Mon/Wed Office Telephone course description This course is designed to present to the student the theory and practice of investigation through application of deductive and inductive reasoning. Various techniques of investigation will be reviewed in a practical and theoretical sense, linking these methods to: 1) the crime scene, 2) physical evidence collection, 3) injury and death investigation, 4) burglary investigation, 5) rules of evidence, and 6) interviews and interrogation techniques. purpose of the course To acquaint the criminal justice student with proven methods of investigation. To create an awareness of the problematic nature of investigation; in particular those problems that involve the cooperation of other agencies of the criminal justice system. cour SE LEARNING OUTCOMES Development of basic investigative skills and procedures. Address the issue of ethics and professional conduct in relation to investigative practices. Enhancement of communication skills, both oral and written.

10. Criminal Investigation (with CD-ROM And InfoTrac), Seventh Edition
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11. Criminal Justice Department
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The Criminal Justice Program at Northeastern Junior College is designed to prepare a student for career in law enforcement, probation, parole and corrections. There continues to be a growing demand for trained and knowledgeable individuals in all of the career areas with local, state and federal government agencies. NJC offers a variety of options. Students may select from a P.O.S.T. (Police Officers Standards and Training) Certificate program for law enforcement positions; A.A.S. or A.G.S. degree in Criminal Justice with emphasis in either law enforcement or corrections. The A.A.S. is designed to get students into the work place as soon as possible while the A.G.S. degree option will better prepare a student who desires to continue their education at a four year institution and pursue an advanced degree. Students can select from over 35 courses in the Criminal Justice Department, including: Criminology
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12. Careers In Criminal Justice
criminal JUSTICE AND careers in criminal Justice ASSOCIATE DEGREE PUBLIC SERVICE TECHNOLOGY Credit Requirements 69 Credit Hours CRJ 230 criminal investigation I 3. TOTAL 9
CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND LAW ENFORCEMENT Careers in Criminal Justice CRIMINAL JUSTICE ASSOCIATE DEGREE: PUBLIC SERVICE TECHNOLOGY Credit Requirements: 69 Credit Hours The Criminal Justice program at Horry-Georgetown Technical College offers a well-rounded educational foundation in all areas of criminal justice, practical as well as theoretical. The Criminal Justice program is designed for:(1) the student who is seeking to increase his/her employment potential; (2) the student who is employed in criminal justice seeking to enhance his/her potential for advancement; and (3) the student who plans to transfer to a senior college that accepts the criminal justice courses offered at Horry-Georgetown Technical College. FIRST SEMESTER (Fall) CRJ Introduction to Criminal Justice CRJ Criminal Law I ENG English Composition I HIS Western Civilization to 1689 or HIS American History: Discovery to 1877

13. Criminal Investigation | Chapter Overview
the goal or, at least, one of the goals of a criminal investigation, there would aspossible, many investigators at some time throughout their careers will be
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14. Criminal Justice
Outlook The job availability in all of the criminal Justice careers Program areasof concentration is stable and expanding. CRJ 113 criminal investigation
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General Description Aptitudes Although the career focus may be different for each of the areas of concentration, they each require individuals with the ability to make sound judgments and rational decisions, to perform well under high stress conditions, to observe and recall details, and to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing. Good physical fitness and health are also required. Outlook The job availability in all of the Criminal Justice Careers Program areas of concentration is stable and expanding. Career opportunities are filled through competitive testing with those candidates possessing higher performance abilities provided through higher education most successful. Patrol Officer Certificate (21 Credit Hours) Required Courses: ... Cr. Hrs. CIS 110: Business Applications ... 3 CRJ 110: Law Enforcement Fundamentals ... 3 CRJ 112: Investigative Report Writing ... 3 CRJ 113: Criminal Investigation ... 3 CRJ 114: Criminal Law ... 3 CRJ 125: Patrol Procedures ... 3 Hlth 120: Wellness and Healthful Living ... 3

15. Careers As A Narcotics Agent - MT Dept Of Justice
Department careers as a Narcotics Agent. Division of criminal investigation(DCI) narcotics agents are hired as vacancies arise. New
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  • State of Montana Division of Criminal Investigation (DCI) narcotics agents are hired as vacancies arise. New agents have extensive law enforcement backgrounds, preferably with previous narcotics enforcement experience.
    Education and Experience
    The knowledge, skills and abilities required for this position are typically acquired through one of the following combinations of education and experience: Bachelor's degree in a Police Science-related field. Five years of law enforcement experience with a minimum of two years as a full-time investigator handling a variety of felony investigations comparable to those a DCI Agent is expected to handle. or Two years of college, preferably in a police science-related field. Seven years of law enforcement experience with a minimum of four years as a full-time investigator handling a variety of felony investigations comparable to those a DCI Agent is expected to handle.

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science professionals spoke with students during Career Week 2002 ( Them Bones careers in Forensics) about careers in forensics and criminal investigation.
Careers in Forensic Science
April 26, 2002 Reality may not be entirely reflected by a television show like "CSI," but forensics offers interesting and expanding career opportunities for majors ranging from anthro to MCB to computer science and more. More than just DNA analysis or interpreting blood spray patterns, forensic science is the application of science to the law. Most forensic scientists have a particular area of expertise that they can contribute to solving crimes, ranging from chemistry and the life sciences to computer skills to social sciences such as psychology, as well as others. Three forensic science professionals spoke with students during Career Week 2002 ("Them Bones": Careers in Forensics) about careers in forensics and criminal investigation. Lee Curtis is the Managing Director of High Tech Investigations at Kroll - Risk Consulting Group . He is a Certified Forensic Computer Examiner with over 30 years experience in investigating criminal cases, including 25 years as a Special Agent with the criminal division of the IRS. Kroll is a private sector consulting firm that provides investigative and security services and other related services to "Fortune 500" companies. This company hires people who have many years of experience working with technology and expertise in solving crimes. Although some firms will hire recent college graduates and provide training for computer forensic investigation careers, others only hire experienced candidates.

17. Security, Law, Protection And Investigation Career Guide
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18. Research In The Department Of Sociology
Our previous research includes studies of criminal careers; criminal investigation,including the investigation of murder, and the conduct of major incident
Criminal Justice Research Group Our research interests : The group brings sophisticated research designs to bear on analytically-informed and/or policy-relevant topics in contemporary criminal justice. Methodologically the group's expertise covers the full range from ethnographic field studies to quantitative research methods, the secondary analysis of large datasets and archival qualitative data, and on to evaluation research methods. Topically, there is particular strength in policing, the courts and sentencing, prisons, multi-agency interventions, probation, the analysis of criminal statistics and the role of the voluntary sector. Among our principal funding sources are the Economic and Social Research Council, the Home Office, The Police Foundation, The Bar Council, The Lord Chancellor's Department, the Commission for Racial Equality, the US/UK Educational Commission (the 'Fulbright Commission'), the (US) Federal Bureau of Investigation, local authorities, over a dozen police forces and six probation services Current and planned research Doctoral research in the group Over 28 doctorates have been awarded under the supervision of group members; many of our graduates continue to careers in government research, the academic world, police forces and probation services. Currently ten PhD students are registered under our supervision, with topics including police practice in on-street stops; preventing retail employee dishonesty; explaining violence and disorder among young people; the effects of drugs education programmes; the impact of public order law on 'new travellers'; characteristics of rape cases influencing success or failure of conviction; youth and ethnicity factors in criminal careers; child protection; attitudes to male victims of rape and sexual assault; crime and the media.

19. Guide To Careers In Federal Law Enforcement
1999, 280 pages, 8 1/2 x 11 paperback. This book profiles 225 law enforcement careers with 131 agencies, Category Regional North America Employment Employment Books...... Special Agent with the EPA criminal investigation Division, the seized by the Navalcriminal Investigative Service In addition to these careers, positions with
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Get an edge on the competition. Widely regarded as the ultimate resource for landing a rewarding career in federal law enforcement, this 280-page manual includes detailed profiles of 225 positions with more than 130 agencies, qualification requirements, training program descriptions, and solid strategies on how to stand out from the crowd and get hired! Guide to Careers in Federal Law Enforcement is the most up-to-date reference available anywhere, which is why it is being used by hundreds of colleges, universities, and law enforcement training academies nationwide! Prestige. Challenge. Variety. Careers in federal law enforcement offer prospects for prestige, challenge and variety found in few other areas of work. Federal agencies employ a multitude of investigators, uniformed officers, electronics technicians, compliance inspectors, security specialists, correctional personnel, court officers and others in a wide range of careers which are suited to a variety of interests. In a nutshell, the federal government offers something for everyone. Complete details on the agencies.

20. Guide To Careers In Federal Law Enforcement
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Sample Career Profile All career profiles includes a detailed overview of the position, an up-to-date listing of qualification requirements, and a description of initial and in-service training courses. Profiles also include time-saving information on how to locate the agencies, including street addresses, Web site and e-mail addresses, and telephone numbers. The following profile appears in Chapter Six, Criminal Investigators SPECIAL AGENT (GS-1811) U.S. COAST GUARD INVESTIGATIVE SERVICE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Overview: Qualifications: Training: CGIS Special Agents attend the eight-week Criminal Investigator Training Program at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Glynco, Georgia (see Chapter 16). In-service training may include courses concerning the investigation of drug trafficking, homicide, sexual assault, and financial crimes; personal protective operations; driving techniques; counter-terrorism; informant development; interviewing and interrogation; search and seizure; legal issues and updates; firearms proficiency, arrest techniques, and defensive tactics. Contact: Coast Guard Investigative Service, U.S. Department of Transportation, 2100 Second St. SW; Washington, DC 20593. Phone: 202-267-2229. World Wide Web:

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