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Deploying Justice Handbook Judge Advocate General's Criminal Division [Loose Author: Judge Advocate General's School. Deploying justice [electronic resource]: a handbook for the Chief of Military Justice. Format Online Resource Book Published Rosslyn, Va.: Office of the Judge Advocate General, Criminal Law Division,  Description  p.: digital, PDF file.
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Divided into four sections—public safety agencies, key issues like interoperability and cybercrime, management skills, and emerging trends like the transfer of military technologies to civilian agencies, Managing Public Safety Technology illustrates how essential managing technology is to the success of any project.
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We rightly see the criminal justice system — based on logic and the rule of law — as a great achievement. But is it a scientific achievement. That tricky question lies at the heart of Adam Benforado’s Unfair: The New Science of Criminal Justice.
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