Criminal Justice Pioneers in U.S. History
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Criminal Justice Pioneers in U.S. History

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Jones (East Carolina University) collects 44 brief (three to eight pages) biographies of famous and infamous figures in criminal justice history. Covering everyone from Dorothea Dix, a 19th-century social reformer who advocated for humane treatment of the mentally ill, to Buford Pusser, the Tennessee sheriff who had his 15 minutes of fame extended
Paperback, 256 pages
Published August 20th 2004 by Prentice Hall
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Pam Mccullough
Good book if you're into famous cops and investigators. Interesting facts about people you thought you knew like Wyatt Earp, Serpico, Robert Peel.
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