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What Not to Do When Seeking Employment

- The book also provides many suggestions on what job seekers should do. From mind-set (keep a level head and get your act together) to obstacles (don't believe age discrimination doesn't exist) to telephone interviewing (write out a telephone script that you feel comfortable with), Crawford's pragmatic counsel will help the reader through the ups and downs of the sometimes brutal job search.

Aviation and Airport Security: Terrorism and Safety Concerns

- Author Kathleen M. Sweet is well-credentialed with her military and aviation background. She has done her homework: Her presentation is well-outlined and clearly documented, focusing on how terrorism on commercial aviation affects the world economy. She also reviews terrorist threats, law enforcement efforts, and intelligence-community initiatives.

Critical Infrastructure: Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness

- This work offers a compendium of U.S. government guidelines and tools for working in critical infrastructure protection.

Shopping for Bombs: Nuclear Proliferation, Global Insecurity, and the Rise and Fall of the A. Q. Khan Network

- Meet A. Q. Khan, the world's most notorious nuclear proliferator.

Fraud and Corruption Prevention and Identification

- Authors Nigel Iyer and Martin Samociuk avoid philosophical arguments on business theories regarding corporate fraud and corruption to provide practical and workable solutions for prevention and detection programs.

Electronic Security Systems: A Manager’s Guide to Evaluating and Selecting System Solutions

- For security to succeed, it must incorporate not just guards, guns, and gates, but other elements, in particular technology. In addition, all the factors must work together, without focus on individual parts at the expense of the whole. Electronic Security Systems: A Manager’s Guide to Evaluating and Selecting System Solutions fills that need, detailing all of the various components of a successful security system.

Terrorism and Organized Hate Crime: Intelligence Gathering, Analysis and Investigations, Second Edition

- As hate and terror organizations become more complex, investigators must collect intelligence and properly analyze it to keep pace. This book offers excellent insight into the process that professionals could apply in all investigative areas.

Integrated Security Systems Design

- In recent months I had to read numerous books on security integration and convergence as background study for a series of work projects. All of them now collect dust on my office bookshelf, except one: Integrated Security Systems Design, which I now carry in my briefcase, its pages crammed with yellow sticky notes for quick reference.

Investigating Religious Terrorism and Ritualistic Crimes

- Perlmutter, director of the Institute for the Research of Organized and Ritual Violence, examines in detail groups and religions such as Odinism/Asatru (Germanic "heathenry"), the White Order of Thule (Aryan supremacism), and the Phineas Priesthood (a white-supremacist group, of sorts), depicting the violence their members have wrought.

Terrorism Today: The Past, the Players, the Future, Second Edition

- Like the first edition, this updated version explores various approaches to the study of terrorism and its impact on society. The authors make the point that terrorists have many faces--not just those of Osama bin Laden and his followers, but others such as the U.S. citizen who opens fire in an abortion clinic.

Software Forensics: Collecting Evidence from the Scene of a Digital Crime.

- Author Robert Slade mines solid detail, including listing specific software tools that can be used to identify and track virus creators, however unlikely corporate America might be to invest resources for such an effort. Slade discusses legal rules of evidence and emphasizes the importance of keeping evidence pristine so that its veracity is unshakable.

Global Drug Enforcement: Practical Investigative Techniques

- Drawing on 30 years of experience in law enforcement, Gregory Lee has written a definitive work on criminal drug investigations. Lee offers an objective look at the worldwide illegal-drug industry and describes various methods for conducting investigations, all the while taking care not to understate the dangers involved in undercover work. After all, as he notes, undercover agents have the highest fatality rate of all investigative positions
 




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