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  • ISBN: 9781506392134
  • ISBN: 150639213X
  • Physical Description: xiv, 313 pages ; 26 cm
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: Thousand Oaks, California : SAGE Publications, Inc., [2019]

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The basics of effective communication -- ... Read More
Subject: Communication in law enforcement.
Criminal justice, Administration of.
Criminal records > Management.

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Effective Communication in Criminal Justice
Effective Communication in Criminal Justice
by Grubb Jr., Robert (Skip) E.; Hemby, K. Virginia
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Effective Communication in Criminal Justice

"This text provides students and instructors with a detailed examination of communication in the criminal justice system. Specific issues confronting criminal justice practitioners in their daily activities, including interactions with the public, are explored. The text demonstrates appropriate methods of communication and provides direction for overcoming difficulties in the communication process." --Brooke Miller, PhD, University of North Texas "I would certainly describe this book as a must-have as an addition to any course that has a writing component. The information contained is necessary for students of criminology . . . [and] will aid students in formal writing as well as those going into the criminal justice field." --Dianne Berger-Hill, MAS, Old Dominion University Effective Communication in Criminal Justice is the perfect companion for any criminal justice course that discusses communication and writing. Authors Robert E. Grubb and K. Virginia Hemby teach students how to be both effective writers and communicators--essential skills for anyone interested in criminal justice. Going beyond report writing, this book helps readers become more confident presenters and digital communicators while encouraging students to adapt their communication styles to meet the needs of diverse populations. Students will not only improve their communication and writing skills but also gain specific strategies for succeeding in careers related to policing, courts, corrections, and private security.

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