Introduction to Computing in Criminal Justice
By: Ted Alleman (author)Paperback
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For a first course in computing for criminal justice, law enforcement, and administration of justice students. A complete, practical, user/applications-oriented course in computing - with text, microcomputer lab manual, software, and video-taped lessons, this package presents a solid foundation in the skills and knowledge required for using the computer in carrying out the specific kinds of tasks that are encountered on the job in various aspects of law enforcement. It covers the fundamentals of DOS, word processing, database management, spreadsheet, and automated police information systems.
I. COMPUTER HARDWARE: THE PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE OF COMPUTING. 1. Introduction to Computer Hardware: The Basic Operating Principles of Computers. II. COMPUTER OPERATING SYSTEMS: THE MASTER CONTROL OF THE COMPUTER. 2. Introduction to Computer Operating Systems. 3. Anatomy of an Operating System: Introduction to MS-DOS. III. COMPUTING IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE. 4. Introduction to Police Information Systems. 5. The Computerized Prison: Automation in a Penal Setting. 6. The Current and Future State of Criminal Justice Computing. Glossary. Bibliography. Index.
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