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The Complete Idiot's Guide(R) to Private Investigating
by Steven Kerry Brown

"Moving Surveillance: How best to perform one-man and two-man moving surveillances, anticipating your subject's next move, communication between units, and dealing with stoplights." Also public-records checking, access to ostensibly confidential information, electronic devices and their use, tracing missing or elusive persons. Any armchair gumshoe will find the details entertaining - sometimes debatable, often provocative.

Understanding Deviance: A Guide to the Sociology of Crime and Rule Breaking
by David Downes, Paul Rock
The major sociological theories of crime, deviance and control. In-depth discussion of all the prominent theories of deviance, examining significant frameworks of the sub-discipline; from the early work of the University of Chicago in the 1920s, through issues such as functionalism and symbolic interactionism, and brings the reader fully up to date with a thorough treatment of Left Realism and 'third way' policies under New Labour.

Transcendental Meditation in Criminal Rehabilitation and Crime Prevention by Charles Nathaniel Alexander

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Internet Fraud Statistics
For more high tech crimes see: PC Crimes

US Secret Service/Nigerian Scheme Information
For more government crime and justice agencies, see Government Agencies

The Internet Fraud Complaint Center IFCC -- A partnership between the Federal Bureau of Investigation FBI and the National White Collar Crime Center NW3C to address fraud over the Internet. IFCC provides an online reporting system, that alerts authorities of a suspected criminal or civil violation. IFCC offers a central repository for complaints related to Internet fraud, works to quantify fraud patterns, and provides timely statistical data of current fraud trends. To report Internet fraud click here. For more government crime and justice agencies, see Government Agencies

The National Fraud Information Center -- A project of the National Consumers League - Consumers can call the hotline toll-free at 1-800-876-7060 or send questions. The oldest nonprofit consumer organization in the US, to fight fraud by improving prevention and enforcement. For more government crime and justice agencies, see Government Agencies

Financial Crimes Division -- The Secret Service investigates crimes associated with financial institutions. This jurisdiction includes bank fraud, access device fraud involving credit and debit cards, telecommunications and computer crimes, fraudulent identification, fraudulent government and commercial securities, and electronic funds transfer fraud. For more government crime and justice agencies, see Government Agencies

Preventing Identity Theft -- Identity theft is now the most common consumer fraud complaint in the US. Last year, more than 750,000 Americans had their identities hijacked, including high-profile victims like Oprah Winfrey and Tiger Woods. Hijacking of personal information for fraud or theft made up 42% of the 204,000 fraud complaints filed with the FTC. Identity theft complaints grew from 23% of the FTC's Consumer Sentinel database in 2000.

Most computer attacks come from the outside but the costliest ones come from the inside. Here's how to manage the risk without making honest employees feel like crooks.

21st Century Complete Guide to the National Institute of Justice and the US Marshals Service of the US Justice Department: Crime Scene Investigation (CSI), DNA, Forensic, and Cold Case Investigation, Homeland Security and Terrorism (Core Federal Information Series CD-ROM) by US Government This CD-ROM provides full coverage of the National Institute of Justice; US Marshals Service; Crime Scene Investigation (CSI); DNA Testing and Research; Forensic and Cold Case Investigation; Technology and Criminal Investigation; Homeland Security and Terrorism Incident Investigation, illustrated with color photography, tables, charts, and graphs. Privately-compiled collections of official public domain US government files and documents - not produced by the federal government. Over 54,000 allowing direct viewing on Windows and Apple Macintosh systems.

Blackstone's Guide to the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (Blackstone's Guide Series) by Edward Rees, Andrew Hall
The confiscation of criminal assets is set to become a major feature of the modern criminal justice system.The much heralded new legislation will create an entirely new form of civil recovery of the proceeds of crime without the necessity for a conviction. Blackstone's Guide to the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 provides a clear route map through the new and highly complex framework.

Murder As a Business Decision, Second Edition: An Economic Analysis of Criminal Phenomena by G. E. Marchz

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