Criminal Minds In Action!
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PRISON LIFE & BEYOND EMAGAZINE PRESENTS: “CRIMINAL MINDS IN ACTION!”
We have published more than 500 articles as a digital eMagazine, with 50 + prison authors. This volume includes 141 vivid, straight-from-the-cell block essays that scrutinize, analyze and dis- mantle current criminal justice policies and pro-cedures. It is an introduction to criminal justice you will not find in popular textbooks or traditional lesson plans.
Some of the brightest minds in the U.S. prison
system offer a feast of intellect, knowledge, and criminal justice insight for critique and analysis. This is an ideal supplement for collegiate instruc-
tors, criminal justice professionals, and students seeking a deep dive into the motives of offenders.
Title: Criminal Minds In Action!
Edition: 1st edition
310 Pages Complete
Publisher: eBooks By Crooks Publishers
Physical Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5
Be the first to review Criminal Minds In Action! Tell us what you like or dislike about the excerpts, 195 pages, 73 essays from our think tank of "prison scholars" who have "lived" arrest, judiciary, incarceration, reform, and emphasize the need for systemic change. Read these vivid, captivating insights, write a review, and receive a Free copy of the eTextbook when it launches in September 2021.
Valarie Knowles, Student
From the prospective of current prisoners and ex-prisoners, L. J. Napoleon has assembled this collection of insightful essays on criminal justice in America in the 21st Century. It compels a profound analysis of key points.
John Mathis, Professor
An up close and personal look at the interior of a broken system and is of exceptional value for not just educators and students but anyone interested in taking a deep dive into the minds of offenders. I do recommend it.
Ronald Hall, Judge
This anthology of articles is a valuable supplement for anyone interested in criminal justice as a profession. The knowledge and perspectives explored are beyond the ivory tower of academia, direct from the cell block.