The Criminal and Investigative Agencies of the Armed Forces of the United States: A Brief Description of Their Organization and MissionBy: Matthew J Mitchell (author)Hardback
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DescriptionThe myriad of civilian investigative agencies is in sharp contrast to the investigative agencies of the U.S. Armed Forces. Each branch relies on only one general agency to meet all of its investigative needs, while the federal civilian government relies on numerous specialized agencies. The central question addressed in this book is why or how that contrast developed. This study adds to the existing body of academic knowledge by exploring a previously untouched subject, one that, given the expanding role of the U.S. Armed Forces in criminal matters, is critically important in the criminal justice science discipline.
About AuthorMr. Matthew J. Mitchell is an Intelligence Officer in the United States Coast Guard.
ContentsForeword; Acknowledgement; Introduction; I. Military Investigative Agencies; II. Defense Investigative Agencies; III. Coast Guard Investigative Service; IV. Military and Defense versus Federal Civilian: Organization and Specialization; V. Military and Defense Investigative Agencies: Comparative Synposis; Appendix A: Federal Civilian Investigative Agencies: Areas of Responsibility and Personnel Statistics; Appendix B: Military and Defense Agent Statistics; Appendix C: Abbreviations; Bibliography; Index.
- publication date: 28/02/2006
- ISBN13: 9780773458604
- Format: Hardback
- Number Of Pages: 128
- ID: 9780773458604
- ISBN10: 0773458603
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