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New Technology of Crime, Law and Social Control

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ISBN-10: 1881798739

ISBN-13: 9781881798736

Edition: 2007

Authors: James M. Byrne, Donald J. Rebovich

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List price: $39.00
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Lynne Rienner Publishers
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 379
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.100
Language: English

Jack Bowen grew up in San Diego, and now teaches philosophy. He has a variety of interests. He first studied human biology at Stanford University, but a serendipitous discovery at the library led him to earn a Master's degree in Philosophy. He has spoken at conferences and published numerous journal articles, mostly about sports ethics. As a world class athlete, two-time All-American water polo player, alternate goalie for the '96 Olympic Team and member of the 2000 Olympic Training Team, he has coached high school and served as assistant coach of the Men's National Water Polo Team. As an avid musician, he has been the recording drummer on over 10 albums, most recently with…    

Donald J. Rebovich, PhD, is an associate professor in the Department of Criminal Justice at Utica College and Director of the college's Economic Crime Investigation Program.

About the Editors
Introduction - The New Technology of Crime, Law and Social Control
The Impact of Technology on Criminality
Technology, Crime Control and the Private Sector in the 21st Century
Crime Prevention and Hard Technology: The Case of CCTV and Improved Street Lighting
Crime Prevention and Soft Technology: Risk Assessment, Threat Assessment, and the Prevention of Violence
Policing and "Hard" Technology
The Police and Soft Technology: How Information Technology Contributes to Police Decision Making
The Courts and Hard Technology: Applying Technological Solutions to Legal Issues
The Courts and Soft Technology
Institutional Corrections and Hard Technology
Institutional Corrections and Soft Technology
Community Corrections and Hard Technology
Community Corrections and Soft Technology
The Engineering of Social Control: Intended and Unintended Consequences
Web Links for the New Technology of Crime, Law and Social Control