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He is Professor of Criminology at the Hebrew University Law School in Jerusalem and is a professor in the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice at the University of Maryland. His most recent books are WHITE COLLAR CRIME AND CRIMINAL CAREERS (2001, Cambridge University Press), and SOCIAL ORGANIZATION AND CRIME (2002, Transaction Press).

David L. Weisburd (b. 1954) is a leading American criminologist and Distinguished Professor at George Mason University, where he heads the Center for Evidence-Based Crime Policy. Known particularly for his work on policing, white-collar crime, and the criminology of place, he is an elected Fellow of the Academy of Experimental Criminology and an Honorary Fellow of the American Society of Criminology.

David Weisburd has written: 'Statistics in Criminal Justice for Macintosh'. Deviance as social reaction'. Statistics in Criminal Justice, Windows Version (Non-InfoTrac Version)'. White-collar crime and criminal career' - subject(s): White collar crimes, Commercial criminals. Preventing crime and increasing justice through policing'. What has the author A Mark Weisburd written? A. Mark Weisburd has written: 'Use of force' - subject(s): Intervention (International law), World politics, War (International law), War, History

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EU trends in statistics on police-recorded crime and the criminal justice . Non-professional judges such as lay judges and lay magistrates are excluded

EU trends in statistics on police-recorded crime and the criminal justice system, 2008 - 2013. Statistics in focus 3/2015; Author: Stephen Clarke ISSN:2314-9647 Catalogue number:KS-SF-15-003-EN-N. Non-professional judges such as lay judges and lay magistrates are excluded. Prison personnel refers to individuals employed in penal or correctional institutions on 31 December.

However, they also have their limitations and generally don't procure statistics useful for local crime prevention, often ignore offenses against children and do not count offenders brought before the criminal justice system. Law enforcement agencies in some countries offer compilations of statistics for various types of crime. Two major methods for collecting crime data are law enforcement reports, which only reflect crimes that are reported, recorded, and not subsequently canceled; and victim study (victimization statistical surveys), which rely on individual memory and honesty.

In general, the text relies on a building-block approach, meaning that each chapter helps to prepare the student for the chapters that follow.

This text is meant for students and professionals who want to gain a basic understanding of statistics in this field. The text takes a building-block approach, meaning that each. Includes introductory chapter openers, running glossary, chapter summaries, and exercises applicable to the criminal justice field.

This text is written specifically for the criminal justice student and for student comprehension. Filled with examples and exercises pertinent for criminal justice students, the text assumes no previous exposure to statistics. It takes a research-oriented approach by focusing on teaching the student how to interpret, critique, research, and conduct basic statistical analyses. Statistics is the students' tool to answering questions.

Great Book!
The binding was somewhat loose on the book and the corners were very worn. It did however arrive on time and contains minimal marks inside.
This is an absolutely wonderful book to work with when teaching statistics to a public that doesn't like statistics... the examples bring the material alive, the explanations are deep and clear, and, when taught skillfully, one can be pretty confident that a class following the book will produce people who know the material and can implement it to their criminological research.