For 136 years, the United States Department of Justice has staked out an unrivaled position in the fields of law enforcement and crime prevention. The U.S. Government Printing Office offers for sale a number of Department of Justice publications that highlight its important work in these areas.
Publisher: Justice Dept., Federal Bureau of Investigation
Description: Contains articles on a variety of topics of interest to the criminal justice community, including administrative issues, crime problems and solutions, ethics, investigative techniques, leadership and management concerns, personnel and training matters, and police-community relations. Subscription. Monthly. List ID FBIEB.
Publisher: Justice Dept., National Institute of Justice, Office of Justice Programs
Description: Designed especially for law enforcement and other criminal justice professionals whom are responsible for reviewing and investigating unsolved cases. Provides basic information to assist agencies in the complex process of case review with a specific emphasis on using DNA evidence to solve previously unsolved cases.
Year/Pages: 2002: 31 p.; ill.
Publisher: Justice Dept., Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Deliquency Prevention
Description: Written by parents and family members who have experienced the disappearance of a child. Provides firsthand insights about what parents should do, what they can expect and where to go for help when a child is missing. Describes the steps families and law enforcement take as they forge a partnership in the search and recovery of a missing child.
Year/Pages: 2004: 109 p.; ill.
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