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  1. Lecture 1: Introduction 13 items
    1. Core Readings 10 items
      1. Introducing Forensic and Criminal Investigation – Jane Monkton-Smith et al. (2013)

      2. Understanding police intelligence work - Adrian L. James 2016

        Book  Copies available at the Main Library.

      3. Intelligence-led policing - Jerry Ratcliffe 2016

        Book 

      4. Criminology - Tim Newburn 2013

        Book  Please read Part 3 pgs. 363-546 and pgs. 642-643 of 'Criminal Investigation'

    2. Handbook of Criminal Investigation - Tim Newburn 2012-8-21

      Book  Updated Version

  2. Lecture 2: 7 items
    1. Core Readings 5 items
    2. Human error - J. T. Reason 1990

      Book 

  3. Lecture 3: 6 items
    1. Core Readings 4 items
      1. Jury decision making: 45 years of empirical research on deliberating groups. - Dennis J. Devine, Laura D. Clayton, Benjamin B. Dunford, Rasmy Seying 2001

        Article 

    2. Introducing forensic and criminal investigation - Jane Monckton Smith, Tony Adams, Adam G. Hart, Julia Webb 2013

      Book 

  4. Lecture 4: 1 item
    1. Core Readings 1 item
  5. Lecture 5: 2 items
    1. Organised crime - Alan Wright 2006

      Book 

  6. Lecture 6: 6 items
    1. Intelligence-led policing - Jerry Ratcliffe 2016

      Book 

    2. Understanding police intelligence work - Adrian L. James 2016

      Book 

    3. Additional Readings 4 items
      1. Tutorial Readings 1 item
  7. Lecture 7: 2 items
    1. Core Reading/Resource 1 item
    2. Additional Readings/Resources 1 item
  8. Lecture 8: 1 item
    1. Core Reading/Resource 1 item
  9. Lecture 9: 5 items
    1. Core Reading/Resources 3 items
      1. Understanding police intelligence work - Adrian L. James 2016

        Book  Read Chapter 8

    2. Additional Reading/Resources 2 items
      1. Intelligence theory: key questions and debates - Peter Gill, Stephen Marrin, Mark Phythian 2009 (electronic resource)

        Book 

  10. Lecture 10 1 item
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