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Elsevier has sold the Anderson Publishing portfolio to Taylor & Francis.
A chapter excerpt from Social Media Investigation for Law Enforcement was featured in this month's issue of Forensic Magazine.
Nebraska's three branches of government joined together last week to develop a long-term prison strategy to increase public safety.
New book offers an alternate approach to studying video games for criminologists and those interested in the digital manifestation of real world problems.
Information on The William L. Simon Outstanding Paper Award and The Michael C. Braswell Outstanding Student Paper Award.
Author Katherine Helenek examines the use of social media in the Steubenville controversy, and the resulting charges.
Three Anderson authors won awards at the 2014 ACJS 51st Annual Meeting!
Casey Welch & John Fuller created free videos on criminal courts to accompany the American Criminal Court book, but also act as stand-alone resources.
Feature Friday highlighting "Social Media Investigation for Law Enforcement" author, Katherine Helenek, and her work as a digital forensic examiner.
Author Casey Welch discusses what makes his book, American Criminal Courts, stand out as a textbook in criminal justice programs.