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Heavy Hands : An Introduction to the Crimes of Family Violence

Heavy Hands : An Introduction to the Crimes of Family Violence - 2nd edition

Heavy Hands : An Introduction to the Crimes of Family Violence (ISBN10: 0130940968; ISBN13: 9780130940964)
ISBN13: 978-0130940964
ISBN10: 0130940968
Edition/Copyright: 2ND 03
Cover: Paperback
Publisher: Prentice Hall, Inc.
Published: 10/08/2002
International: No

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Manchester, IL
Seller Rating: 4.4
Very-good+, clean condition. NO remainder marks or price clippings. 426 pages. NO writing, marks or tears inside book. Tight spine, bright pages. Illustrated. Stated Second Edition. - Synopsis more Heavy Hands: An Introduction to the Crimes of Family Violence, Second Edition has been completely updated and reorganized. It continues to address difficult topics with clarity and straightforwardness?covering all forms of interfamilial victimization. Historical, global, and theoretical chapters complement the chapters covering the law enforcement approach and available legal remedies for children, elders, and adults. New to this edition: * A newly written historical section * References to new state statute * New section on adolescent victims * New section on murder-suicide * Internet exercises in every chapter More Reviews and Recommendations Biography A pioneer in law enforcement, the author became the first uniformed female officer for her hometown, Lunenburg, MA, and the first female campus police officer at the Community College she had attended. The Massachusetts Senate honored her in 1978 as the first woman appointed constable for the City-of Fitchburg. In 1979 she was named an Outstanding Young Woman of America. Trooper Gosselin graduated in the 61st Recruit Training Troop of the Massachusetts State Police in January, 1980. During the 12 years that followed she served as a uniformed officer performing route patrol activities; as an instructor at the Massachusetts State Police Academy; and as a major crime detective. Recognized as a local expert in Child Abuse Investigation she spoke on cable television and on radio. She and Trooper Gibbons appeared on America's Most Wanted when John Walsh presented their fugitive case on the show. Additionally, she has made many presentations at professional meetings with the Department of Social Services, Department of Mental Health, and for the Office of the District Attorney. Trooper Gosselin has testified on numerous major crime cases, both in C less
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