Criminology and Criminal Justice

Looking for resources to help you effectively teach your courses? Discover the Cognella Series on Career Development in Criminology and Criminal Justice, a collection of textbooks designed to support higher education instructors who teach courses across the curriculum.

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  1. Profiling Violent Crime
    A Behavioral and Forensic Approach (First Edition)
    Peter M. Klismet, Jr. and Dr. Clarissa Cole
    ©2020
  2. Understanding Wrongful Conviction
    How Innocent People Are Convicted of Crimes They Did Not Commit (First Edition)
    Robert J. Ramsey, Ph.D.
    ©2020
  3. Contemporary Ethical Issues in the Criminal Justice System
    (First Edition)
    Written and edited by Jason Williams, Liza Chowdhury, Evelyn Garcia, and Robert Vodde
    ©2019
  4. Critical Issues in Criminal Justice
    Historical Perspectives (First Edition)
    Edited by Ernest Uwazie, Jennifer Noble, Ryan Getty, and Mercedes Valadez
    ©2019
  5. Data Analysis in Criminal Justice and Criminology
    History, Concept, and Application (First Edition)
    By Philip D. McCormack and Angela Callahan
    ©2019
  6. Essentials of Criminology
    A Student-Oriented Approach to Teaching Crime Theory (Second Edition)
    By Lisa Coole
    ©2019
  7. Fundamentals of Criminology
    (First Edition)
    Written and edited by Divya Sharma
    ©2019
  8. Inside the Criminal Justice Organization
    An Anthology for Practitioners (First Edition)
    Edited by Mary Ellen Mastrorilli
    ©2019
  9. Police in American Society
    Selected Readings for the Student Practitioner (First Edition)
    Howard E. Williams
    ©2019
  10. Profiles in Crime
    Typologies of Criminal Behavior (First Edition)
    Edited by Aida Y. Hass-Wisecup
    ©2019

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