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This 3e of Introduction to Forensic Psychology is a true text, intended for undergraduate courses by this title. It introduces the student to information on adult, child, and family forensics as they apply to criminal and civic forensics law enforcement/prisons.
Part I: Adult Forensics Court and the Legal System: Criminal Forensic Evaluation Chapter 1 - Adult Forensic Evaluation Court and the Legal System: Criminal Forensic Consultation Chapter 2 - Adult Forensic Consultation Court and the Legal System: Civil Forensics Chapter 3 - Civil Forensics Police and Law Enforcement Chapter 4 - Adult Issues in Policing Corrections and Prison Practices Chapter 5 - Adult Issues in Corrections Psychology Part II: Juvenile Forensics Courts and the Legal System: Delinquent Conduct Chapter 6 - Juvenile/Family Forensics Court and the Legal System: Civil Forensics Chapter 7 - Juvenile/Family Forensics Police and Corrections Practices Chapter 8 - Juvenile Issues in Policing and Correctional Psychology Part III: Family Forensics Court and the Legal System: Criminal Forensics Chapter 9 - Violence in the Family Court and the Legal System: Civil Forensics Chapter 10 - Family Forensics Police and Law Enforcement Chapter 11 - Family/Community Issues in Policing Corrections and Prison Practices Chapter 12 - Family/Community Issues in Corrections/Correctional Psychology References Cases Index
Bruce A. Arrigo, Ph.D., is Professor of Criminology, Law, and Society at the University of North Carolina - Charlotte. He holds additional faculty appointments in Psychology, in Public Policy, and in Public Health Sciences. Dr. Arrigo has (co)authored or (co)edited) 30+ books and 175+ scholarly papers in the areas of justice and social welfare at the intersection of law, mental health, and society. He also is the founding and current editor-in-chief of the Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice, a Fellow of both the American Psychological Association and the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, and has served as a consultant to the Correctional Service of Canada, the National Institute of Justice, the National Science Foundation, and Savant Learning Systems.