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NCJ Number: 149266 Find in a Library
Title: Law Enforcement Report Writing I, Sourcebook, and II, Source Workbook
Author(s): S Amirie; A Amirie
Date Published: 1994
Page Count: 912
Sponsoring Agency: Acad Press of America, Inc
Westminster, CA 92683
Publication Number: ISBN 1-883317-00-2; ISBN 1-883317-01-0
Sale Source: Acad Press of America, Inc
8361 Westminster Boulevard
Suite 325-C
Westminster, CA 92683
United States of America
Type: Training (Handbook/Manual)
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: These two manuals provide a reference, guide, and workbook for use by police personnel and others in writing, reviewing, and evaluating law enforcement reports.
Abstract: The first volume explains the parts of speech, sentence structure, spelling, correct usage, the development of a paragraph, methods of assuring accuracy in note-taking, the organization of reports based on field notes, and report writing. The second volume presents all exercises, drills, diagnostics, and tests for the topics in the first volume. The text and workbook include forms, fact sheets, pre- formatted outlines focusing on common topics in law enforcement, fill-in forms, report form boxes, and sample reports. Photographs, checklists, examples of proper and improper usage, and index
Main Term(s): Police reports
Index Term(s): Report writing
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