A new and terrifying avenue is cyberspace and ransomware. This malware encrypts a user's data and demands payment in exchange for unlocking the data. This anthology presents a collection of global perspectives on the topic that examines the potential of such attacks and how we can secure ourselves in the future.
Based on research, the adverse health and psychological consequences of this occupation far outweigh the dangers of the street. The primary purpose of this book is therefore to focus on these less known, less talked about dangers in policing.
Criminal justice careers are more than just becoming a cop or a lawyer. This book is a practical, comprehensive guide explaining the extensive operations and scope of employment possibilities and opportunities in the criminal justice profession.
Examines how the perception of terrorism threat erodes civil liberties, sows doubt about the loyalties of immigrants, and heightens the left-right ideological divide. This book will help readers distinguish between groundless speculation and solid scientific knowledge of the topic and provides concrete recommendations on how to prevent the most negative consequences of the polarization of political attitudes.
Provides readers and researchers with a critical examination of mass shootings as told by the media, offering research-based, factual answers to oft-asked questions and investigating common myths about these tragic events.
How rough is too rough? This collection deep-dives into police training procedure, what constitutes excessive force, and what happens when the community disagrees with the police and the justice system.
We Want to Negotiate is an exploration of the ethical, legal, and strategic considerations of a bedeviling question: Should governments pay ransom to terrorists? Europeans paid millions of dollars to a terrorist group to free their hostages. The US and the UK refused to do so, arguing that any ransom would be used to fuel terrorism, increasing the risk to their citizens. In August 2014, the Islamic State began executing the Americans.